|Engine 1 Make & Model||Cummins QSC8.3M|
|Engine 1 Type||Inboard|
|Engine 1 Fuel|
|Engine 1 Year||2008|
|Engine 2 Make & Model||Cummins QSC8.3M|
|Engine 2 Type||Inboard|
|Engine 2 Fuel||diesel|
|Engine 2 Year||2008|
The all-new 47EU is the next generation Heritage Series yacht, designed and built for today's discerning yachtsman. Step aboard, set your course and you know immediately that it's a Grand Banks: rock-solid reliability, balanced by graceful lines and gracious interiors. The essence of yachting, captured in fine craftsmanship at every turn. Push forward the throttles and you begin to discover new surprises: soon you're nearing 22 knots, riding smooth and trim atop its modified deep-V hull. Inside it's broader, brighter. Outside it's another great day for a cruise.
The Grand Banks 47 EU aft cockpit, salon, lower helm station and galley are all on one level, giving the yacht a very liveable layout, an open feel, and outstanding ocean views, both for the captain at the helm and guests aboard.
Enter the salon from the cockpit via a large teak framed fibreglass sliding door. There is another door from the starboard side deck to access the cabin and helm station.
Finishing throughout is of exquisite teak, with stainless accents and hardware and teak and holly stripe flooring. Designer soft furnishings and window coverings throughout. Granite counter tops are accented in the galley and both heads.
The large aft cockpit and the wide, safe, covered side decks provide ease of movement and access with high bulwarks and openings in the stainless steel railings on port, starboard and aft. There is an opening transom door with teak step to the teak clad swim platform. All decks are teak clad.
The spacious cockpit lazarette contains the water maker, and room for all matter of cruising gear. There are two aft deck storage bins for lines and other miscellaneous gear, and a large storage box and two smaller lockers on the foredeck. Exterior storage abounds!
Access to the boat deck and flybridge is via the gently sloped stairs from the cockpit. This stairway is hinged to reveal engine room access below.
The stairs from the aft cockpit provide access to the broad, open and spacious, flybridge and boat deck, featuring a comfortable L-shaped settee to starboard with storage under, a beautiful teak table, a smaller bench-style seat and wet bar to port. A leather Stidd helm seat is centerline, with a forward-facing bench seating to port
There is a comfortable L-shaped settee to port with storage under, a teak Grand Banks hi-low table that opens from a cocktail table to a large dining table.
To starboard is a straight settee with storage. The centre cushions lift up on hinges to ease access. Each end of the settee is a separate section that can be pulled out to create additional seating at the dinning table. Further forward a teak end table, teak bar cabinet with bottle storage and freezer. All around are opening windows with screens, and a centre opening windshield on electric actuator.
Opposite and to starboard of the galley, is the lower helm station with a double-wide leather Stidd bench seat, a flip up teak step, large storage locker, and side door to the starboard side decks.
The redesigned L-shaped galley features sumptuous granite counter tops, an electric cooktop, stainless steel double sink, drawer style fridge, separate freezer, convection/microwave oven, slide out pantry cabinet, and plenty storage space.
Calypso offers sleeping accommodations for four in two private staterooms. The master cabin is forward with a center-line queen berth, abundant storage in hanging lockers, cupboards and drawers for extended time on board, reading lights, overhead hatch with screens and shades, opening portlights, also with screens, and a proper mattress. There is a private ensuite head with stall shower, fan, and opening port lights.
The guest cabin is to starboard with twin athwartship berths, drawer and hanging storage, opening port light and hatch, with screens and easy access across the hall to the private guest / day head with shower stall, fan and opening port light
The brightly lite and spacious engine room is accessed via a ladder from a hatch beside the helm, or by lifting the flybridge stairway in the aft cockpit. There is plenty of space for all mechanical equipment, the furnace, generator, water heater, batteries, spare parts etc. The twin Cummins QSC8.3 engines are turbo charged, after cooled, and electronically controlled common rail fuel injected engines. They provide maximum fuel efficiency, with quiet and smoke free performance.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigatge such details as the buyer desires validated. Price, if shown, may not include applicable state or government fees, taxes, destination charges, preparation charges, or finance charges (if applicable). Final actual sales price may vary depending on options or accessories selected. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, manufacturer revision, or withdrawal without notice.