Grand Banks Yacht News
The new Grand Banks has a lot going on. From captivating model introductions to updates from the factory to exciting owner stories and rendezvous, our news reel keeps on ticking. Read the latest yacht news below.
Ocean Magazine's Hillary Buckman and Brittany Cooper toured the Grand Banks yard with CEO Mark Richards to see first hand all the changes, upgrades and improvements that have been made at the factory following its [...]
Norris Comer of Northwest Yachting jumps on board a Grand Banks 49, Deception, the leading boat for Leg 6 of the Mother Goose Flotilla 2018. With 6 yachts in fleet, including a Grand Banks [...]
Get set for the mighty Grand Banks 85, the largest yacht Grand Banks has built to date. Building on the recently released GB60, the GB85 offers the option of a flybridge or a climate [...]
Join Grand Banks Yachts at the Palm Beach International Boat Show on March 28th to 31st in Florida to discover our current range of the latest luxury yachts. Get an up-close look at the [...]
Yachting Magazine was recently aboard the new GB60SL, the Skylounge variant of the Grand Banks 60 model, to see first hand that the essence of Grand Banks is alive and well in the new breed [...]
Join Grand Banks Yachts for one of the largest boat shows of the year at the Miami Yacht Show. From the 14th to 18th of February the event will showcase an incredible line-up of [...]
Recently we were contacted by a writer who was putting together a wonderful story for Classic Boat magazine about the restoration of a GB32. The full article is attached at the bottom of this page.A [...]
Grand Banks Yachts are continuously looking for ways to improve and grow at the factory. The past several years has seen a prominent focus on improving the facilities and workplace environment for our employees, [...]
GRAND BANKS YACHTS AT BOOT DÜSSELDORF 2019 Join Grand Banks at the Düsseldorf International Boat Show from the 19th-27th of January. Take part in the largest indoor boat show in the world and witness [...]
Grand Banks has invested great time and effort over the past few years to utilize some of the most high-tech equipment in the manufacturing industry. CEO Mark Richards has persistently employed the best talent, [...]
Grand Banks has recently been working on the build of a Grand Banks 60, but this model has been customized like no other. Imagine a sumptuous oversized stateroom, adorned with deluxe soft furnishings and exotic [...]
The Grand Banks 52, the next long-range cruising yacht from Grand Banks, will make its debut in 2019.
Relive the recent Eastbay Rendezvous, where dozens of owners convened for a fun-filled weekend on the shores of Connecticut.
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A beautiful interior, well applied technology and family appeal makes the EB44 a hit on European waters
Grand Banks' new service center has a team of expert yacht technicians who treat customers like family.
The GB60 SL features a climate-controlled upper helm station, and incredible power and efficiency.
Cruising down the Intracoastal Waterway at night isn't for the faint of heart, but an Eastbay 49 was up to the task.
This off-the-beaten-path island serves up deserted beaches, idyllic cruising and friendly locals.
Grand Banks proudly displayed the beautiful Eastbay 44, and CEO Mark Richards gave the keynote speech at the show's official breakfast opening.
Grand Banks has acquired the Stuart Yacht Basin in Stuart, Florida, to be its new U.S. headquarters, a first-rate service facility and an event location.
Grand Banks owners gathered in Roche Harbor for an epic rendezvous that featured wine tasting, service seminars, a cooking class and more.
Follow a Grand Banks 46 on its journey from St. Thomas to Florida via the Bahamas, a trip made possible—and enjoyable—due to the GB46’s capable performance.
The popular Eastbay series by Grand Banks changed the cruising world when it was introduced in 1993.