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Coming Soon: Grand Banks 54

Grand Banks continues its bold foray into the future of long-range cruising with the upcoming release of the Grand Banks 54, the second addition to the new Grand Banks family series. This beautifully designed luxury yacht comes in both flybridge and enclosed skylounge configurations, with two lower-level layout options that accommodate four people. An estimated top speed of 32 knots and a cruising speed of 28 knots means the Grand Banks 54 is a true performer, and a fuel burn of 29 gal/20 knots makes her equally efficient.

The Grand Banks 54’s versatile design is a culmination of everything we learned from designing and building the Grand Banks 60 and the rest of our range over years of production. The Grand Banks 54 is constructed using the latest methods of fully infused carbon fiber to achieve strength and reduced weight, and employing the benefits of modified epoxy vinylester resins that are the benchmark of durability, and impervious to osmosis and blistering.

We are documenting the design and production of this beautiful new Grand Banks yacht, so you can keep up with the development across our social media channels as the build progresses.

Check back for more updates on this exciting new yacht.

Layout Options


Choose the yacht design that’s best for you.

SPECS


LENGTH OVERALL 59’5″ (18.1 m)
LENGTH ON DECK 53’10” (16.4 m)
BEAM 17’6″ (5.34 m)
DRAFT IPS 3’1″ (.95 m)
DISPLACEMENT (DRY) 47,400 lb (21,500 kg)
FUEL CAPACITY 898 US gal (3,400 L)
WATER CAPACITY 290 US gal (1,100 L)
HOLDING TANK 57 US gal (215 L)
STANDARD ENGINES 725-hp Volvo D11 w/shafts
OPTIONAL ENGINES Volvo D8 Shafts

SPECS


LENGTH OVERALL
59’5″ (18.1 m)
LENGTH ON DECK
53’10” (16.4 m)
BEAM
17’6″ (5.34 m)
DRAFT IPS
3’1″ (.95 m)
DISPLACEMENT (DRY)
47,400 lb (21,500 kg)
FUEL CAPACITY
898 US gal (3,400 L)
WATER CAPACITY
290 US gal (1,100 L)
HOLDING TANK
US gal (215 L)
STANDARD ENGINES
725-hp Volvo D11 w/shafts
OPTIONAL ENGINES
Volvo D8 Shafts

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