The 58 Eastbay Flybridge represents the high-water mark for Grand Banks and the deep-V Ray Hunt performance, speed and comfort.
Combining a lavish interior and an integrated spiral staircase leading to the spacious flybridge design, the Grand Banks 58 Eastbay FB has all the space and modern amenities to make you feel at home. Boasting 1550hp Caterpillar C30's, the 58 FB will speed you to destinations with all the luxury and performance that you would expect from Grand Banks.
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Power, grace, and attitude to match: you're guaranteed to make an impression when making port in a Grand Banks 58 Eastbay FB. Equipped with the optional engine package, her twin 1,550-hp diesel engines power the 58FB to over 30 knots. From the aft deck, a stunning spiral staircase leads you safely to the flybridge while underway. Add in a long list of standard features, the proven C. Raymond Hunt deep-V hull design, and superb Grand Banks quality throughout, the 58FB is sure to surpass the expectations of today's most discerning yachtsman.
Welcome aboard "WANDRIN STAR", a nicely maintained Eastbay 58 Flybridge. The 58FB represents the largest Eastbay built by Grand Banks, and is sought out by keen yachts -men and -women looking for a solid, dependable flybridge cruiser with classic downeast lines.
Stepping aboard at the transom, you enter a large cockpit. Gorgeous teak sole and varnished teak trim provide a classic touch to her appearance. Storage lazarette space is accessed via the sole. A gently curving, molded-in stairwell with sturdy handrails provides safe access to the flybridge. The air-conditioned engine room is accessed via a large, water tight hatch.
Access to the salon is granted via an oversized sliding glass door, delivering you into a large, airy salon. The salon is designed to accommodate owners and their guests in comfort and style – two large settees and a club chair provide ample seating. A fold out, adjustable yacht table is easily changed to accommodate formal dining, cocktails or simply a night of card playing. For entertainment, a large flat screen TV (with satellite TV) is cleverly tucked away on a lift, aft of the port settee. The straight settee to starboard converts to an additional berth, when needed. Elegant draperies and shades provide privacy and comfort. The interior cabin soles are varnished teak & holly which compliments the beautiful warm teak cabinetry.
To starboard and forward, a Double Stidd helm seat anchors the helm station, where the Captain has access to a wide range of navigational electronics and aids (see “Electronics”), as well as starboard door deck access.
Four steps down from the salon, the U-shaped galley is located to port – bright and airy, the galley is “open” to the salon and receives quite a bit of natural light from the main deck windows, as well as excellent ventilation from the opening porthole. The galley is well turned out, with Corian countertops, a dual basin stainless steel sink, twin Glacier Marine cold plate units (one freezer, two Sub-Zero refrigerators), Miele electric 4 burner cooktop, Miele Oven, Sharp Microwave and Kitchen Aid trash compactor.
To starboard of the galley is a fantastic private library/office, or simply a spot to sit back and relax and chat with the chef. A stacked Asko washing machine and dryer set are located next to this room.
Moving forward through the companionway, a guest stateroom with two berths is located to port. This cheerful room features two side by side singles, a large closet and plenty of storage under the berths. Across the companionway is a guest head with a stall shower, toilet and vanity.
Forward of the guest accommodations, the master stateroom is large and very well-appointed, featuring a large, centerline island queen berth, hanging lockers, bureau storage drawers and private ensuite head access. Natural light is plentiful, via overhead hatches.