Grand Banks Aleutian 72 SC

Big Discounts on Grand Banks Aleutians

Big Discounts on Grand Banks Aleutians

The Grand Banks Aleutian 72 SC

The Grand Banks Aleutian 72 SC

Boatworks Yacht Sales, with two Connecticut locations and one in Jamestown, Rhode Island, is offering “serious” discounts on several Grand Banks models. The discounts include both factory and dealer concessions. As an example, the first 2010 72 Aleutian SC in the U.S. is at their docks and is significantly discounted from its MSRP of $4.07 million. It’s got twin Cat C-18s, 4-cabin layout with 3 heads plus crew quarters, Naiad stabilizers, bow and stern thrusters, a second generator and a Garmin electronics package. That’s all stuff you’d normally pay extra for.

The new Grand Banks 53 Aleutian RP

The new Grand Banks 53 Aleutian RP

Other models with big discounts include the soon-to-arrive 53 Aleutian RP, reduced well below its MSRP of $1.87 million. The dealer also has several late-model 59 Aleutians for sale as well as some other Aleutians in the brokerage listings.  If you’re interested in one of the Aleutian series from Grand Banks, you might check them out. Any time a factory gets involved in discounts, there’s an opportunity to get a true deal and the Aleutian line from Grand Banks are truly elegant cruisers.

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Posted by Tom in Boats, Powerboats

New Grand Banks Aleutian 72 SC Announced

Grand Banks has announced a new version of its 72 pilothouse motoryacht series, to be known as the 72 SC. The main difference between the SC and the original 72 RP is the aft cockpit on the new yacht is all on the main deck level, creating a large single space ahead of the transom for entertaining, dining and outdoor activities.  The 72 RP had a lower cockpit which featured stairs up to the main deck level.

Grand Banks is also offering the new 72 SC with an optional fourth stateroom. The new model also sports a waterline more than two feet longer than the RP — from 64′ – 5″ to 66′ – 11″, with a 19,000-pound increase in displacement, to 120,000 pounds.

The boatdeck extension at the aft of the flybridge means more room for a larger tender, as well as more shade and protection from the elements for folks in the extended cockpit. The changes should be welcome to cruisers. The new model is expected to debut in 2009. The builder also released a small series of 3-D renderings of the helm, salon, VIP and guest staterooms, which are in the galley below.

 

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Posted by oceanlines in Boats