The new Grand Banks Eastbay 55 Flybridge has all the classic lines, high quality, and handcrafted interiors that have made the company famous—plus a C. Raymond Hunt Associates-designed hull. Our initial sea trial showed a top speed of 35 knots and an easy cruising speed of 27 knots. The flying bridge is accessed by an elegant, curved staircase rising from the cockpit, and has a large L-shaped settee, custom teak table, and Stidd helm chairs. “This is one fun boat to drive!” reported one of our editors.
When you think about your next boat, you should probably think about the big picture before you get too crazy. Like, where are you going to tie up your new boat? Sightlines columnist Michael Peters laments the latest trend in the real estate market.
See what he’s got to say here. ▶