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Grand Banks 54 set for world debut at the 2020 Palm Beach International Boat Show

by Elisa Corti 10 Mar 07:19 PDT March 26-29, 2020
Grand Banks 54 © Sand People

Grand Banks Yachts Limited is excited to announce the public debut of their all new Grand Banks 54. The new model follows in the footsteps of successful yachts in the same line, the previously released GB60 and GB60 Skylounge.

The GB54 will continue the builder's strategy to design and build yachts with strong, lightweight hulls that offer efficient operation at a variety of speeds, and are finished with stylish, warm interiors along with an unparalleled level of craftsmanship.

The first hull will make her public debut at this spring's Palm Beach International Boat Show in West Palm Beach, Florida (March 26-29, 2020), and will feature a lower galley, a midship master stateroom and a VIP stateroom forward.

Grand Banks 54 - Brief Specifications LOA: 59'5" (18.1m)
LOD: 53'10" (16.4m)
Beam: 17'6" (5.33m)
Draft IPS: 3'1" (0.94m)
Draft Shafts: 4' (1.2m)
Fuel: 898 gal. (3,300 L)
Water: 264 gal. (1,000 L)
Holding: 79 gal. (300 L)
Standard Engines: 2x 725-hp Volvo Penta D11s w/shafts
Optional Engines: 2x 725-hp Volvo Penta IPS950s
Cruising Speed (D11 shafts): 26 knots
Top Speed (D11 shafts): 31 knots

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