List Price $329,000

GRAND BANKS 49 EASTBAY HX

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Length
49'
Year
2002
Fuel type
Diesel
Hull material
Fiberglass

Cruise with refined grace!

The Grand Banks Eastbay 49 Hardtop Express is arguably the finest and one of the most beautiful yachts to come from the boards of C. Raymond Hunt and Associates. Her design has defined the modern downeast cruiser.

Graceful sheer and moderate bow flare are reminiscent of Maine lobster boats while her modified deep-V hull with computer designed lifting strakes are at the forefront of modern hull design. Twin Caterpillar 3196  660 hp engines provide ample, reliable power and speed, and she cruises easily at 24 knots. The interior accommodations are well designed and provide a bright and airy ambiance throughout.  The galley,like her other living spaces is efficient with ample storage and top of the line appliances. Flawless joinery and elegant upholstery  have been refreshed and well maintained, and the vessel is professionally managed. This Eastbay 49 is modern, fast, dry, stable, and beautifully detailed, as one would expect in a Grand Banks yacht. This yacht is in turn-key condition and will readily appeal to a discerning yachtsman. If you wish to cruise in luxury and turn heads in every harbor, this Eastbay 49 is for you.

COMPLETE ENGINE SERVICE 2017 including Fluids, Cooling system and Exhaust Elbows

LLC owned

Trades considered

Call us today to see the best priced  49 Eastbay available!-  you’ll be glad you did!

Engines
Engine 1  
Engine Brand Caterpillar
Engine Model 3196
Engine Year 2002
Engine Hours 1875
Engine type Inboard
Engine/fuel type Diesel
Location Starboard
Drive type Direct Drive
Engine power 660 HP
Engine 2  
Engine Brand Caterpillar
Engine Model 3196
Engine Year 2002
Engine Hours 1875
Engine type Inboard
Engine/fuel type Diesel
Location Port
Drive type Direct Drive
Engine power 660 HP
Dimensions
LOA 49'
Length 49'
Beam 16'
Performance
Tanks
Fresh water tanks 1 (176 gallons)
Fuel tanks 1 (760 Gallons)

Galley and Salon

The Galley is to port and has a Princess 3-burner electric stove with oven and sea rails with pot holders. Frigiboat refrigeration was installed new in 2010 in the three Grand Banks ice boxes, two under the counter and one with a top load. Digital control and readout panels for refrigeration are located in a position to be monitored from the salon settee and helm. With the Frigiboat digitally controlled units, each unit is temperature controlled individually and can be set at freezer temps or refrigerator temps, the choice is yours.The units are capable of subzero settings. A Sharp microwave is in an overhead cabinet. A top load pantry is opposite the top load ice box. The Galley features an abundance of storage, including a glass front bottle locker with teak shelves for glassware. For easy cleanup, there is a double stainless sink with Grohe faucet.

Opposite the galley is the salon area featuring a U-shaped eight foot settee with newer upholstery. Very generous storage is beneath the settee. A drop leaf teak table with bottle storage beneath sits in the  center of the settee. There is also storage in the table top. A built-in book case is located above the back of the settee. The Salon and galley area have one A/C zone with Marine Air digital control in the salon. A new Samsung 29 inch flat screen television (2013) was installed on articulating bracket allowing it to be safely secured in the TV cabinet with a sliding teak tambour door. All of the televisions are currently connected to the KVH G4 satellite antenna and a single Direct TV receiver. Rounding out the entertainment package is a new (2013) Pioneer App Radio located in one of the two teak cabinets behind salon settee. Three M-Mats power amps drive 16 total speakers throughout the boat divided into six zones with volume controls for each zone. Steps leading out to the helm deck provide more storage and the house batteries.

Accommodations

The 49 Eastbay features a two stateroom, two head, galley down layout. The master stateroom is forward and features an island berth with a  custom mattress, generous hanging lockers, drawer and cabinet storage and an ensuite head with Vacuflush toilet, stall shower and vanity with sink and a teak framed beveled mirror. A floor length beveled mirror is framed in teak trim at foot of the island berth. The master cabin has one A/C zone with Marine Air digital control located in the cabin. An additional air handler from the master cabin A/C is located in the guest cabin.

The guest stateroom is to port and features twin berths, a large hanging locker, drawer and cabinet storage and a beveled mirror trimmed with teak. A teak pocket door for the guest stateroom saves space and provides privacy. A Dynex 16 inch flat screen television is mounted with an articulating bracket in guest stateroom. Opposite the guest stateroom to starboard is a head with VacuFlush toilet, vanity, sink and teak framed beveled mirror and shower with curtain.

Natural lighting and ventilation is provided by overhead hatches in master, guest and salon, all with screens and shades. Twin dorad vents also provide natural air in the guest stateroom and the guest head. Eight cabin side portholes add additional lighting and ventilation with screens and interior draperies. All cantaloupe lighting was upgraded to LED a few years ago. Companionway, guest head, and galley task lighting feature LED tri-lites (red, white, and blue). Grand Banks reading lamps are mounted on bulkheads in the master, guest stateroom and salon.

Beautiful teak and holly cabin soles add a touch of warmth to a very comfortable living space.

Cockpit and Foredeck

The cockpit has teak decking and teak treads on the port and starboard steps and steps leading into the helm deck. A walk in engine room hatch is center beneath a bench cockpit seat. A transom door, set to the starboard side leads out to a large teak swim platform with boarding ladder. This door when in open position gives great visibility aft from the helm when maneuvering in tight quarters. There are four flush mounted rod holders, on the port and starboard side. Under gunnel courtesy lights were replaced with LED tri-lites, along with an auxiliary 12V DC plug installed for independent overboard fish lights. 50AMP/220V shore power service is located beneath the port side boarding step and is managed by a Glendinning Cablemaster. Mounted on the transom are 800lb St. Croix Davit receivers. The davit arms are stowed in the  lazarette in canvas bags.

A  cockpit shade makes the cockpit a great place to hang out. It is very well designed and takes nothing away from the classic look of the Eastbay 49. The shade fabric was replaced with Stamoid  and is in good condition. Three large deck hatches access abundant storage beneath the cockpit deck. The main fuel tank is located center aft with easy access to fuel valves. This tank holds 625 gallons. There is also a transfer tank forward that holds 135 gallons. The Jabsco transfer pump and breaker are located in the engine room.

Non-skid side decks and fore decks are painted. Freshly varnished teak toe rails and cove trim accent the deck and deck house. Dorade ventilation is port and starboard on fore deck trunk. Dorade boxes have been painted out white with teak tops and polished stainless scoops. Six twelve inch polished stainless cleats, three port and three starboard, provide secure docking. Polished stainless fairleads give access to the cleats amidships and forward. Cockpit cleats are accessed through transom and aft hull side hawse pipes. Polished stainless bow rails with port and starboard gates combined with the wide flat side decks make working the bow a breeze! A Maxwell 2200 windlass with fore deck foot controls, shackled up to a CQR60 and chain rode make anchoring effortless. A snub line with splice to chain hook is included. A remote control is located at the helm with the Maxwell circuit breaker.

On the hardtop is custom signal mast with spreaders and platform for the KVH G4 satellite antenna. The Furuno open array radar antenna is mounted just below the Satellite TV dome. The GPS and VHF antennas are mounted on the spreaders and navigational lights and wind antennas are at the top of the signal mast.There is also a GPS antenna on the hardtop for the upgraded Furuno NavNet 3. Dual Kahlenberg trumpets, ACR spot/flood light and varnished teak name boards (with covers) with Aqua Signal navigational lights are all that are mounted to the hardtop,giving her  a very clean and balanced application of equipment. All navigational lighting is Aqua Signal.

Helm Deck

The beautiful helmdeck of this 49 HX is enclosed in glass forward, and in polycarbonate aft. Remove the polycarbonte and you’ll have open air.   A large L-shaped settee is on the port aft side of the helm deck with a teak table center of the settee. A single four foot bench seat is to starboard. A “traveling” (can be easily relocated to master cabin) Sharp 20 inch flat screen television is located on top of small cabinet in starboard aft corner. All helm deck seating has storage beneath. You’ll find yourself surround by windows with great views no matter where on the helm deck you are!

Her helm seating is an elevated bench  with storage beneath, and space for two. The Helm is to starboard and has drawer storage on the inboard side of seat. On the port side of the helm deck is another bench seat with yet more storage beneath. An ice maker is located on inboard side of port helm seat. Forward of the port helm seat is a chart locker with  a chart light located overhead. A fold down bar cabinet with bottle storage is located forward of the port helm seat. All of the helm deck seating and cockpit seating was re-upholstered with ultra-leather a few years ago.

The large port and starboard windows can be easily opened by sliding. The center forward window opens electrically from the helm. All of the helm deck cabin windows have new (2016) black textilene window shade covers. Two overhead hatches, with screens and exterior covers, are located above port and starboard helm seats. Flush mounted  lights were replaced  with LED tri-lites, giving you the choice or red, white or blue. The held deck featuers  two A/C zones with Marine Air digital controls located overhead. The helm deck sole is teak with a single deck hatch allowing stand up room in center of engine room.

The helm is to starboard and features a beautiful 29 inch high gloss varnished teak ships wheel. A Furuno NavNet 3 plotter  and Furuno NavNet 1 radar displays are flush mounted in the  teak helm cabinet. Between the radar and plotter displays is the Simrad AP2200 auto pilot control panel with a remote receptacle located to the outboard side of the helm. Caterpillar digital and analog displays are located center of helm just beneath the plotter and radar displays. A Ritchie Powerdamp compass is atop the electronics cabinet. There is also an ACR spot/flood light remote control panel, windshield wiper controls, Bennett trim tab controls, Maxwell 2200 windlass breaker, and remote control panel and DC power outlet are located outboard side of helm. The helm also has a camel colored canvas cover.

All AC and DC breakers, with the exception of electronics and some engine room systems are located on the inboard side of the helm with a glass front, lockable cabinet door. Electronics circuit breakers are located overhead in a dedicated panel. Raymarine TriData displays are flush mounted overhead (two ST80’s and two ST60’s with one dedicated to wind speed. A remote key pad for the TriData displays is located just beneath the auto pilot control panel. ICOM 504 VHF (new2013) is also located overhead with hailing horn hidden in the starboard side dorade box

Additional Inventory

  • 2-Caterpillar 3196TA (660HP)
  • Caterpillar digital and analog engine gauges
  • Centek exhaust mufflers
  • 2-Twin Disc MG-5114-A
  • 2-Teignbridge 29 X 34.5 5-blade props
  •  PYI Shaft Seals
  •  Bennett trim tabs
  •  2-sets of dual Racor 900 fuel filters with vacuum gauges
  •  1- Racor 2010 for generator
  •  Northern Lights 12kw generator
  •  Centek exhaust/water separator for generator
  •  Professional Mariner Promatic battery charger
  •  12V batteries
  •  2-8D wet cells
  •  2-Trojan J185HC Deep Cycle
  •  Glendinning Cablemaster 50amp/220V shore power cord and manager
  •  Seaward water heater
  •  Paragon Senior fresh water pump
  • Groco accumulator
  • Whale Gusher hand bilge bump
  • Rule bilge pumps and sump pumps
  • Exalto windshield wiper motors
  • Kahlenberg air horn system
  • Thomas Electric air horn compressor motor

Navigation and Electronics

  • Simrad AP2200 auto pilot with remote
  •  Furuno NavNet 1 color radar 48 mile
  • Furuno NavNet 3 color chart plotter (updated 2010)
  •  Furuno NavNet GPS
  • ICOM M504 VHF (new 2013)
  • Raymarine TriData displays (two ST60’s, two ST80’s and remote keypad)
  • Ricthie Powerdamp compass
  • VDO rudder angle indicator
  • Caterpillar engine synchronizer
  • Centroid fuel/water tank monitor
  • Zinc Saver Galvonic Isolator
  • KVH G4 satellite television
  • Samsung 29 inch flat screen TV
  • Dynex 16 inch flat screen TV
  • Sharp 20 inch flat screen TV
  • Pioneer SPH-DA210 App Radio
  • MMats stereo power amps (3)
  • Delta T Systems engine room filtered ventilation and blowers
  • Centek exhaust mufflers
  • Jabsco fuel transfer pump
  • Reverso oil change system
  • Marine Air A/C units (4) with digital controls
  • March PMA 1000 cooling pumps for A/C (2)
  • Par Blowers in galley and heads (3)
  • Maxwell VWC 2200
  • Princess electric stove and oven
  • Frigiboat refrigeration (3)
  • Sanitation System consists of all Sealand equipment except tank monitors which are Tankwatch 4 Sealand holding tanks
  • VacuFlush toilets and Sealand overboard macerator there are two complete systems, independent of each other, there is also a deck pump out fitting.
  • Sea Recovery 800 gpd watermaker

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