Setting the standard in terms of building quality boats had been the Grand Banks way since the very beginning. With the 43 Eastbay Flybridge, that tradition continued.
This classic fast cruiser delivered speed, agility and a generous amount of living space thanks to the boat's up-top flybridge. Of course, this boat could be piloted from the flybridge's dual helm station or from the interior steering/navigation station.
Overall, a well-appointed cruiser that was perfect for a couple who enjoyed cruising alone or with guests.
Typically, the 43 Flybridge cruised at 24 knots with top speeds of 28 knots. Optional engine packages were available for those looking to go even faster. Most importantly, the ride provided on this deep-V hull was dry and comfortable. It was also built to easily handle choppy seas, a fact that was made possible thanks to its heavy-duty, rugged scantlings. As for fuel consumption, with a 450 gallon capacity, the cruising range was in excess of 400 nautical miles.
Onboard, the beauty and practicality of the yacht was evident. With its joinery of varnished teak, generously sized salon, well-appointed galley and comfortable head and shower, the 43 Flybridge definitely fit into the luxury category.
Water Tank Capacity
Fuel Tank Capacity
110 US gals
450 US gals