Eastbay 47 Flybridge
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Anyone fortunate enough to spend time aboard an Eastbay 47 will be struck by the quality of this popular yacht. Like the Eastbay 58, the 47 is a flybridge-only yacht and she takes many styling leads from her larger sibling. The beautifully crafted (and surprisingly spacious) interior is offered with a cruise-friendly two cabin arrangement or an alternate single cabin layout with a semi-open office area in place of the second stateroom. The salon is true Grand Banks elegance from the lovely teak and holly sole to the handmade teak cabinets and drop-down media center. A helm deck door offers quick access to the outdoors, and the L-shaped settee comes with an exquisite high-low teak table. One of the 47s most notable features is the spiral stairwell that curves its way from the cockpit up to the flybridge. Wide side decks make it easy to get around and visibility from the center flybridge helm position is excellent. Standard features include a premium Stidd helm chair, Corian galley counters, teak cockpit sole and folding radar mast. Built on a Hunt designed deep-V hull, the Eastbay 47 will cruise at 25 knots (2830 top) with 705hp Caterpillar C12 diesels.