2011 Grand Banks 46' (14.02 m) Eastbay 46
Harpswell, Maine, United States
KIMBERLY ANNE is in fabulous condition thanks to her loving owners and that she has spent the vast majority of her life in fresh water and winter stored indoors.
- Express Cruiser
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: GNDEA031K011
KIMBERLY ANNE is in fabulous condition thanks to her loving owners and that she has spent the vast majority of her life in fresh water and winter stored indoors. Ideally laid out for entertaining large groups and cruising with a family or another couple, this Eastbay 46 has a galley down layout that sleeps 4 in two staterooms and two heads. For cruising she has a hydraulic freedom lift, separate washer and dyer units, and extra refrigeration.
LOA: 46' (14.02 Meters)
Type: Power- Used
Beam: 14' 7''
Draft Max: 3' 4''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 500 Gallons (1892.71 Liters)
Fresh Water: 145 Gallons (548.88 Liters)
Holding Tank: 60 Gallons (227.12 Liters)
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Yarmouth ME 04096 USA
Ben attended St. Lawrence University and graduated with an economics degree. After spending his college years landlocked in upstate New York, Ben was eager to get back on the water. Since graduation, Ben has worked, lived, and raced on an assortment of boats. Ben delivered several boats to the Caribbean, where he later spent time working on boats of all shapes and sizes and racing as a bowman on Kialoa V, an 80’ maxi race boat. Prior to joining the ECYS team, Ben was one of three captains running a twelve-boat program. When he wasn't traveling to Europe as shore team manager on a RC44, Ben was running a J122 and a Grand Banks 49 Eastbay, serving as mate on a Lyman Morse 90’, and maintaining several center consoles. Given his background, Ben’s wide range of skills and unique experiences bring a different perspective to his customers.