Why you should buy this boat:
Factory extended cockpit
Low hours on twin Cummins QSC8.3 500 hp common rail
Efficient at displacement speeds and a top speed of 24 knots
Updated Garmin touchscreen electronics
Full flybridge enclosure
Washer / dryer
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Since 1965, Grand Banks Yachts has been setting the highest standard combining robust construction, intricate engineering, and exquisite teak joinery and finishing in their pleasure craft. Grand Banks Yachts endure, and the 47 Heritage, in production since 2006, continues to please with over 100 built so far. Others have attempted to mimic GB, yet Grand Banks Yachts continue to stand the test of time with in construction, reliability, and cruising pleasure.
The GB 47 Heritage Europa is stable, steady, and supremely responsive. Passing 18 knots on a plane the ride is remarkably quiet, comfortable, and agile at the touch of a wheel. Top speed is over 24 knots.
Many subtle design features contribute to the low trim angle and great visibility, from the distribution of weight to the specialized geometry of the prop tunnels. The dual-chine hull gets you swiftly up on plane, and along with the flared bow, helps keep things dry on deck. More rake in the bow angle and a shallower forefoot make for a softer, more comfortable entry of the hull into rough waters. Placement and size of the keel keeps her solidly on track.
This is a stunning vessel with very low hours. She is lightly used and loaded with options. The owners are actively considering a larger Grand Banks.
This is a Canadian vessel with Canadian duty paid.
The GB 47 EU salon, lower station and galley are all on one level, giving the yacht a very liveable layout, an open feel, and outstanding visibility, both for the helm, and guests with ocean vistas for all!
Enter from the cockpit via a large teak clad fiberglass sliding door. There is another door next to the helm to access the starboard side deck.
Finishing throughout is of exquisite teak, with teak strip flooring. Custom fabric window coverings. The original order included optional granite counter tops in the galley and heads.
The 47 EU offers sleeping ACCOMMODATIONS for four in two private staterooms. The master cabin is forward with a center-line queen berth, abundant storage in hanging lockers, cupboards and drawers for extended times on board, reading lights, overhead hatch with screen and shade, two opening portlights, also with screens, and a proper mattress! There is a private ensuite head with stall shower.
The guest cabin is amidships to starboard with twin athwartships berths, guest storage that is more than adequate, opening port lights and hatches, all with screens and shades, and easy access across the hall to the private guest / day head with shower.
Both heads have exhaust blowers, granite counter tops, quiet Sealand Vacuflush toilets, showers, storage lockers, and opening portlights.
In the SALON, there is a comfortable L-settee to port with storage under, a teak Grand Banks hi-low table that opens from a cocktail table to a dining table for four or more.
To starboard is a straight settee with storage under, teak end table, teak bar cabinet with bottle storage, drink fridge, and separate ice maker. All around are opening windows, and a centre opening windshield on electric actuator.
The GALLEY features sumptuous granite counter tops, an electric cooktop, deep stainless double sinks, a fridge/freezer, a Sharp convection microwave, optional pantry space, and plenty of other innovative storage spaces.
The LOWER HELM, opposite and to starboard of the galley, has a double-wide Stidd bench seat, a flip up teak step, storage, a side door to the starboard side decks, and a very well laid out set of navigation, communication, and monitoring equipment.
The flybridge is easily accessed via the stairs from the cockpit. This companionway is protected by a sliding glass hatch to keep the aft deck dry in inclement weather. The flybridge itself is broad, open and spacious and features a comfortable L-shaped settee to starboard with storage under, a beautiful teak table, a smaller bench-style seat and wet bar to port, Stidd helm seat is centerline, with a forward-facing bench to port and second Stidd seat to starboard.
This particular GB 47 EU features the extended cockpit. The difference in space is noticeable The cockpit decks are classic teak clad, with nonskid on the side decks up to the there forward shear break, then non-skid forward of that. The cockpit lazarette contains the water maker, and yet there is still plenty of room for all matter of cruising gear. There is a second smaller lazarette on this deck for lines and other miscellaneous gear, and a large storage box and two smaller lockers on the foredeck. A place for everything!
Ease of movement along wide, safe, covered side decks with high bulwarks and openings in the railings port, starboard and aft. There is an opening transom door with teak step to the teak swim platform.
Access to the boat deck and flybridge is via the gently sloped stairs from the cockpit. This stairway is hinged on strong pneumatic rams to reveal steps down to the spacious engine room.
Also on deck:
The engine room is very workable and is accessed via a ladder from a hatch in the salon floor, or by lifting the flybridge stairway, revealing stairs leading the way down. It is well lit with both AC and DC lighting. These is plenty of space for all mechanical equipment, the furnace, genset, water heater, batteries, tools, spare parts and more, and still room to service all sides of the engines. The twin Cummins QSC8.3 engines are turboed and after cooled, and electronically controlled common rail fuel injection for maximum fuel efficiency, zero smoke, and quiet operation.
2600 RPM gives 24.3 knots
2400 RPM gives 21.9 knots
2200 RPM gives 19.1 knots, 32.8 GPH (total), 310 NM range
2000 RPM gives 16.4 knots
1800 RPM gives 13.8 knots
1600 RPM gives 11.4 knots, 15.6 (total) GPH, 382 NM range
1400 RPM gives 9.6 knots
1200 RPM gives 7.8 knots
1000 RPM gives 5.8 knots, 4.2 GPH (total), 666 NM range
800 RPM gives 4.4 knots
The LOWER HELM features a wonderful Grand Banks teak steering wheel, helm bench seat with teak step, and easy access to the side decks through the teak door. Here too is the navigation, communication and monitoring centre to plan and reliably cruise to your favourite destinations!
The electrical system is designed for reliability, versatility, and intuitive understanding.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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