Grand Banks yachts feature an exceptionally fine entry that tracks and slices through the sea like an open-ocean racing yacht, delivering an ultra-soft ride even in the roughest conditions. The combination of a low center of gravity and our warped semi-displacement hull with its low 6 degrees of deadrise at the stern results in fantastic form stability at all speeds and rest.
Grand Banks places enormous priority in achieving the best fuel consumption performance in the industry. Without a doubt the new GB60 is one of the most fuel-efficient 60-foot ocean-going yachts, if not the most fuel-efficient, in the world today. Our fuel numbers are the proof in the pudding.
We believe we have created the most stable 60-foot monohull flybridge in the world, thanks in large part to our incredibly low center of gravity. So many yachts rely on add-on stabilization technology to achieve stability, but the GB60 simply doesn’t need it. Our advanced design in its stock form is comparable to a stabilized yacht. And if you want to take stability a step further, add optional Seakeeper gyro stabilization technology.
Grand Banks’ monocoque construction bonds all bulkheads and interior furniture directly to the hull and deck so that both are structural components of the yacht. This premium build method delivers exceptional strength and rigidity for quiet, safe and efficient cruising.
Reliable & Powerful
Every Grand Banks yacht is moved by incredible power from our trusted marine engine partners: Volvo Marine engines and Seatorque enclosed shaft systems. Choose your preferred drive system—steerable pods directed by joystick control, or an enclosed, self-contained shaft-and-thrust bearing system—and enjoy quiet operation, maximized fuel economy and remarkable speeds. Electronic gear selection and optional bow/stern thrusters provide effortless handling, and an industry-leading 5-year standard warranty delivers confidence.
CE Category A Rating
Face a gamut of navigational conditions with complete confidence onboard your Grand Banks. Our yachts easily meet CE Category A performance benchmarks—the most demanding out there—meaning they’re largely self-sufficient and designed for extended voyages in winds of more than 40 knots and waves greater than 13 feet.