Specifications

Name: 46 Classic
Length: 46
Hull Type: Semi-Disp.
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 630 gals.
Model Years: 1985—2007
Draft: 4'5"
Beam: 14'9"
Water Capacity: 300 gals.
Waste Capacity: 80 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
The Grand Banks 46 Classic ranks among the finest cruising yachts ever produced. With her timeless trawler profile, seakindly hull, and elegant teak interior the 46 Classic has defined cruising luxury since her introduction in 1985. Several interior layouts were offered over the years, and while a three-stateroom floorplan was standard, a galley-down, two-stateroom plan proved popular as well. The large owner's aft cabin is designed with a walkaround queen-sized bed and direct cockpit access. With her spacious salon and comfortable staterooms, the 46 offers plenty of interior space yet remains easily manageable by a crew of two. Like all Grand Banks models, the 46 Classic was built to high productions standards. The teak joinery is flawless; the mechanical systems are first-rate; hull finish is mirror-smooth. (Note that the deckhouse tooling was changed at hull #43 in 1988 to provide slightly wider side decks aft.) Full walkaround decks and an aft cockpit allow the crew safe, secure movement while at sea and during docking. The large engine room has over five feet of headroom. Twin Cat or Cummins diesels deliver a top speed of 18–20 knots.

Overview

Graceful trawler yacht introduced in 1987 makes good on promise of luxury-class accommodations, exceptional owner satisfaction.

Features

Three-stateroom interior was standard, two-stateroom layout was optional. Highlights include hand-crafted teak cabinetry, parquet flooring, large engineroom, teak walkaround decks, fold-down mast, bow pulpit, simulated lapstrake hull.

Comments

Tooling was updated in 1988 (hull #43) to provide slightly wider side decks aft. The perfect cruising yacht.

Performance

Twin 210hp diesels cruise at 12–14 knots.