First Photos: Grand Banks 41 Heritage EU

One of the most anxiously awaited boats of the fall season is Grand Banks’ new 41 Heritage EU, powered by CumminsMerCruiser Diesel Zeus azimuthing drive pods.  Grand Banks dealers from around the world met last week in Singapore and were treated to the first look at the new boat.  I first wrote about the new 41 Heritage EU last September.  You can read that review here.

Grand Banks' new 41 Heritage EU Shot from Above

Grand Banks' new 41 Heritage EU Shot from Above

Here are the photos of that boat, the first, to my knowledge, to be published.  Each photo is a thumbnail; click on it to get the full-size picture which I’ve uploaded here without reducing in file size. If you have a slow connection, stick with the thumbnails.  If you have a good connection, look at the originals to appreciate the amazing cabinetry, finishes and overall Grand Banks build quality.  A summary of the boat’s specifications is at the bottom of this post.  Let’s hear what you think of this boat — leave a comment.

View Forward Through the Salon

View Forward Through the Salon

Grand Banks' New 41 Heritage EU Running

Grand Banks' New 41 Heritage EU Running

Raymarine-equipped Lower Helm on the GB41 Heritage EU

Raymarine-equipped Lower Helm on the GB41 Heritage EU

Looking Aft Through the Salon

Looking Aft Through the Salon

Galley Up to Port Aboard GB41 Heritage EU

Galley Up to Port Aboard GB41 Heritage EU

The Queen's Bed in the Master's Stateroom

The Queen's Bed in the Master's Stateroom

Nicely Finished Helm on Flybridge

Nicely Finished Helm on Flybridge

No chafing for these lines

No chafing for these lines

Aft Cockpit Hatches aboard the new GB41 Heritage EU

Aft Cockpit Hatches aboard the new GB41 Heritage EU

Stern View of New GB41 Heritage EU at Anchor

Stern View of New GB41 Heritage EU at Anchor

The latest specifications on the Grand Banks 41 Heritage EU:

Max Length                    46′ 5″             14.15 m
LOA                                41′ 5″             12.62 m
LWL                                37′ 11″           11.56 m
Beam                              15′ 3″               4.65 m
Draft:                               3′ 10″             1.17 m
Height to bridge top      14′ 1″               4.29 m
Height to mast top        21′ 6″               6.55 m
Displacement
(half load)                   37,000 lbs.       16, 783 kg.
Water                            200 US gals.        757 liters
Fuel                              500 US gals.      1,893 liters
Waste                             55 US gals.         208 liters
All specifications subject to change, please see Grand Banks for current information
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Tom Tripp is the owner of OceanLines LLC, the publisher of OceanLines and founder of Marine Science Today. He is an award-winning marine journalist, science writer and long-time public communications specialist. His PR career and much of his writing stems from the fact that he loves to explain stuff. It all began when he and his brother Mark threw all of Mom's tomatoes at the back wall of the house. . .

1 comment

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