Grand Banks 54 EU

4.5 from 2 Reviews

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Sixteen sold in Australia

Dom Wiseman
boatadvice.com.au  
Reviewed Oct 2016
On the main deck you will find an expansive saloon with two comfortable settees allowing guests to enjoy the view while seated.
There also is a covered cockpit, dinette and galley and a spacious helm area complete with captain and navigation seats. The lower helm has two side doors which allow quick access while docking and provide a cooling cross ventilation when anchored.
The flybridge is huge and features two helm chairs, plus a forward-facing bench seat as well as an L-shaped settee. There also is room to house a tender or for a sun bed for those lazy days when you just want to enjoy the conditions...
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Breathtaking design and a host of special Australian touches

Mark Burgin
oceanmagazine.com.au  
Reviewed Sep 2016
Craftsmanship has always been a standout across all of the Grand Banks range. I visited the factory in Malaysia a few years ago and it was easy to see why. Just about everything is handmade. I spoke with several workers and their passion for the job really shone through. A young lad shaping pieces for the ship’s wheel was so proud to show me what he was doing. I thought of him when I saw the finish of the timber-rimmed wheels on this boat...
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