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1999 Grand Banks Eastbay Hardtop HX

Annapolis, Maryland

$242,500

Sought after '99 Grand Banks Express with hardtop! Well maintained boat with Flag Blue Awlgrip hull, Gold cove stripe and teak exterior. The interior has a wonderful layout with the L-settee and bench seat, icemaker and forward center island berth.  She can easily accommodate up to 4 for an overnight or weekend cruise. At every turn it is easy to see the Eastbay cruising heritage throughout with her traditional lines and classic interior.

Basic Boat Info

Price: $242,500
Boat Name: Sequel
Make: Grand Banks Eastbay Hardtop
Model: HX
Year: 1999
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 38.0 ft
Length Overall: 38.0 ft
Waterline Length: 37.5 ft
Beam: 14.42 ft
Displacement: 27,120.0 lb
Cabins Count: 1

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Caterpillar
  • Model: 3208TA
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 435hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 4 Blade
  • Year: 1999
  • Engine Hours: 2049
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Caterpillar
  • Model: 3208TA
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 435hp
  • Propeller Type: 4 Blade
  • Year: 1999
  • Engine Hours: 2047
Total Engine Power: 870hp
Cruising Speed: 23.00 kn
Maximum Speed: 30.00 kn

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 344.0 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 95.0 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 32.0 gal

Other

Heads Count: 1
Trim Tabs: Yes
Windlass Type: Electric
Boat Class: Express Cruiser, Downeast, Cruisers


Interior Layout

The interior space resonates with Grand Banks tradition.  To port is a well equipped Galley that can easily whip up gourmet meals during a cruise. Adjacent to the galley is a dining/saloon area with a beautiful teak table with L-shaped settee.  Going forward there is a Master Stateroom with a 6'6" centerline island berth. Aft of the stateroom to port is the Head with shower.

 

Accomodations

Accommodations for up to 4 in the single stateroom layout and a comfortable dining/saloon area make this Grand Banks a wonderful cruiser. Her interior space has built in teak bookcases and storage compartments with add a cozy feel and provide abundant storage for a vessel this size.

  • Teak trim on white flat panels
  • Teak parquet sole
  • (3) Opening hatches with screens
  • (6) Opening ports with screens
  • Several overhead lights
  • Several swivel style reading lamps at berths/settees
  • Teak dining table, converts to double berth when needed
  • L-shaped dinette/settee
  • Master centerline 6'6" berth
  • Under berth drawer storage
  • Bureau in Master Stateroom
  • Customized enlarged underdeck outboard lockers in Mstr Stateroom
  • Vacu-Flush electric head with night switch, all hoses replaced 2013
  • Macerator equipped holding tank
  • Large vanity with sink in head
  • H&C pressure water
  • Ensuite shower plumbed to the sump gray water box
  • (2) Hella cabin fans
  • CruiseAir Reverse cycle AC/Heat (2014)
  • Teak built in bookcases & storage
  • CO2 detector, new in 2015
Galley

U-shaped galley is located to port and aft. Ample storage, Corian countertops, s/s/ lined & insulated dry storage box and full appliances create a galley that can feed the crew with ease while cruising.

  • Sharp Convection microwave oven
  • Pressure fresh water system
  • Grohe S/S faucet
  • Large S/S sink
  • Corian countertops
  • Water heater
  • Dometic refrigerator & freezer, undercounter, compressor replaced 2013
  • In-counter deep icebox storage
  • Princess 3-burner LPG propane stove & oven
  • Top loading dry storage box, insulated and S/S lined
  • Top loading dry locker
Deck

Wide side decks and sturdy stainless steel grab rails make maneuvering the decks of Sequel comfortable and safe. Her Flag Blue Awlgrip hull with gold cove stripe are a true classic. Teak cockpit with entire walk-around fiberglass decks, stainless steel all-around handrails, swim step and teak helmdeck make her a joy while onboard and underway.

  • Flag Blue Awlgrip hull ('06)
  • Cordovan Gold Awlgrip cove stripe
  • Moondust Awlgrip side & foredecks
  • Teak helmdeck & cockpit soles 
  • Folding s/s swim ladder on teak swim platform
  • S/S anchor platform w/ 35# CQR & chain rode
  • Maxwell low profile electric windlass with foot switches and helm switches
  • (2) deep bow lockers
  • Fresh water washdown at bow
  • GRAND BANKS built hardtop with varnished teak interior
  • Center opening windshield
  • (3) Exalto electric wipers w/ washers
  • (2) overhead hatches and sliding windows
  • White Weblon side curtains ('05) in excellent condition
  • L-Settee with varnished teak grate table
  • U-line icemaker (2012) and storage cabinet
  • Sunbrella Indigo Blue w/ Red piping on helm and cockpit upholstery
  • Teak chart locker, binocular holder & glass holders
  • Folding teak grate table in cockpit
  • Cockpit shower
  • COSPAS-SARSAT RLB-32 EPIRB
Electronics
  • Furuno 36 mile Radar
  • Furuno FCV-582L video depth
  • Raymarine ST60 Tridata for boat speed and depth
  • Simrad-Robertson AP-A20 autopilot
  • ACR-RCL 75 searchlight w/ remote control
  • Standard Horizon VHF w/ external speaker
  • Garmin 7212 series w/ 12" color monitor & touchscreen GPS/plotter (2015)
  • Clarion AM/FM/CD with Bose speakers below and on helmdeck
  • Compass at helmdeck
Mechanical & Electrical Equipment

MECHANICAL

  • Twin Disc MG5061-A transmissions
  • Hynautic hydraulic steering
  • Glendinning Synchronizer
  • Groco Oil Change KIt
  • Racor Fuel filters, generator & main engines
  • Rudder Angle Indicator
  • Bennett hydraulic trim tabs
  • Norscot dripless stuffing boxes
  • Fireboy automatic fire extinguishing in engine room
  • Spare NiBrAl 4 blade props
  • Additional galvanic bonding protection for both shafts in engine room

ELECTRICAL

  • 12v DC and 110v AC systems
  • 5 batteries: 2 engine, 2 inverter, 1 generator (all replaced 2012)
  • Magnum inverter (2012)
  • Battery monitor
  • Onan 9kw generator 985 hours, complete rebuild 2012, 300 hrs since rebuild
  • ProMatic 50-3 3-step battery charger
  • Bilge alarm lights
  • High water/low oil alarm lights
  • Macerator pump for overboard discharge
Hull Design Notes

Ray hunt was a respected helmsman who won the Sears Cup twice, the first time when he was only 15. He sailed R-boats, Q-boats, 8-meters, and was a member of the afterguard on the J-boat "Yankee".  His apparent, uncanny knowledge of how to move a boat through the water forms a skill no tank test or formula can replicate.

He became one of the most innovative designers of his era and he developed radically new designs which continue today to influence both yacht and vessel design.

  • Sharp entry forward keeps pounding to a minimum
  • No deep forefoot to cause bow steering and/or broaching
  • V-shape is carried all the way to the transom, which results in a stable platform
  • Design factors make the hull travel straight over seas with moderate steering effort
  • Handling characteristics are a major safety advantage when running down waves or entering rough inlets

Eastbay Series hull form:

  • A high chine forward and spray strips knock down spray, adds lift & reduces wetted surface
  • Dry boat, reduced resistance, greater speed & increased economy
  • A widely flared forward topsides creates buoyancy and reduces the potential for burying the bow
  • At planing speeds hull gains stability and minimizes rolling
  • High deadrise V-shape is inherently more stable
  • The v shape allows the gull to bank in a turn, not roll outward like a round or flat bottomed hull
  • At displacement speeds the deep V hull has more draft than the typical planing hull, so it behaves more like a displacement hull
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