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Established: 1964
Located: Singapore and Malaysia
Construction: Fiberglass
Category: Trawlers
Worth Noting: Grand Banks Trawlers were originally built in Hong Kong.

Robert J. Newton founded Grand Banks Yachts, which began as American Marine, Ltd. in 1956. Newton and his sons operated a boatyard on Junk Bay in Hong Kong, building heavy sailboats and big motor yachts. In 1963, the Newtons began producing the first line of Grand Banks.
The iconic design is recognized worldwide as the Grand Banks Heritage Series, the leading trawler-yacht for over 50 years. It was first built of wood then of fiberglass at the Singapore factory in 1973.

The Downeast Cruiser, or lobster boat, launched in 1993 and belongs to Grand Banks’ Eastbay Series, capturing style with the Ray Hunt design, teak toe rails, dark blue hull with a bright gold strip, and a powerful pair of diesels.

The Aleutian Series launched in 2001 and is a step up to a larger vessel with a raised pilothouse and is highly regarded as blue-water luxury.
Dean Anthony specializes in helping clients buy and sell used Grand Banks for sale.

Buying Your Next Grand Banks: Dean Anthony offers you the entire Grand Banks MLS, including Grand Banks for sale in other countries. You will find used Grand Banks Sedans, Grand Banks Express, Grand Banks Europa, Grand Banks Aleutian, and Grand Banks Classics for sale.

Selling Your Current Grand Banks: Dean Anthony would love to help you sell your Grand Banks! With a team of licensed yacht brokers in locations worldwide, Dean Anthony is ready to provide your Grand Banks Yacht true national exposure. Dean Anthony’s comprehensive email and web marketing programs will provide your Grand Banks with global exposure in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Australia.

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