1972 Grand Banks Values, Specs and Prices

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No further information available. Grand Banks model information not available for model years 1996 - 2001. Eastbay model information not available for model years 1995 - 2001. N/A due to limited resale activity.


(2007 - 1965)

POWER BOATS

FLYING BRIDGE TRAWLER

Length: 32'
Model Type: INBD
Hull: WD
Engines: 1
Horsepower: 120
Weight: 17000
Beam: 11'6"
Fuel Type: Diesel
FLYING BRIDGE TRAWLER

Length: 36'
Model Type: INBD
Hull: WD
Engines: 2
Horsepower: 120
Weight: 23500
Beam: 12'2"
Fuel Type: Diesel
FLYING BRIDGE TRAWLER

Length: 36'
Model Type: INBD
Hull: FG
Engines: 2
Horsepower: 120
Weight: 23500
Beam: 12'2"
Fuel Type: Diesel
FLYING BRIDGE TRAWLER

Length: 36'
Model Type: INBD
Hull: FG
Engines: 1
Horsepower: 120
Weight: 23500
Beam: 12'2"
Fuel Type: Diesel
FLYING BRIDGE TRAWLER

Length: 42'
Model Type: INBD
Hull: WD
Engines: 1
Horsepower: 120
Weight: 34000
Beam: 13'7"
Fuel Type: Diesel
FLYING BRIDGE TRAWLER

Length: 42'
Model Type: INBD
Hull: WD
Engines: 2
Horsepower: 120
Weight: 34000
Beam: 13'7"
Fuel Type: Diesel
FLYING BRIDGE TRAWLER

Length: 50'
Model Type: INBD
Hull: WD
Engines: 1
Horsepower: 128
Weight: 59500
Beam: 16'
Fuel Type: Diesel
FLYING BRIDGE TRAWLER

Length: 50'
Model Type: INBD
Hull: WD
Engines: 2
Horsepower: 128
Weight: 59500
Beam: 16'
Fuel Type: Diesel
LAGUNA/EC

Length: 33'
Model Type: INBD
Hull: FG
Engines: 2
Horsepower: 275
Weight: 17000
Beam: 11'9"
Fuel Type: Diesel
LAGUNA/EC

Length: 38'
Model Type: INBD
Hull: FG
Engines: 2
Horsepower: 275
Weight: 23000
Beam: 14'5"
Fuel Type: Diesel
ALASKAN/MY

Length: 49'
Model Type: INBD
Hull: WD
Engines: 2
Horsepower: 120
Weight: 57000
Beam: 15'1"
Fuel Type: Diesel
ALASKAN/MY

Length: 55'
Model Type: INBD
Hull: WD
Engines: 2
Horsepower: 230
Weight: 91000
Beam: 17'1"
Fuel Type: Diesel
Started as a custom boat producer in 1956, Grand Banks was founded as a family-owned yacht manufacturer. Grand Banks yachts is headquartered in Bristol, Rhode Island but produced in vast facilities on the Asian continent. Large cruising vessels, Grand Banks boats also feature impressive performance with speeds of over 25 knots obtainable.