Skylounge at Grand Banks 60: Meet the Pathfinder
In the 60 Skylounge, Grand Banks has unmistakably applied its trademark aesthetic. A moderately porpoise-shaped curve drops the lines of the yacht further amidships, creating movement while maintaining the yacht's graceful profile as they descend side-to-side from the wave-splitting bow. There's nothing dated about it. There's no mistaking it—The Grand Banks.
In spite of its traditional lines, the 60 Skylounge is anything but traditional. This is a sprightly, modern performer made of the best materials available today.
As an example, the deck, cabin house, and sky lounge are all made of carbon fiber infused with resins. A lower center of gravity and reduced weight aloft are the benefits. In addition to its impressive performance, it also allows you to travel over blue water or hop from island to island in a matter of minutes.
With a long range and voluminous interior, the Grand Banks 60 Skylounge is an excellent choice for serious cruisers.
A 60 Skylounge is no exception to the long-range capabilities of Grand Banks' yachts. For about 2,000 nautical miles, at 10 knots, you won't have to stop at a fuel dock, unless you want to say hi.
With its combination of business and comfort, the Skylounge is the perfect place to conduct business.
Speed is also impressive on the 60 Skylounge. Powered by twin Volvo Penta D13 diesels, this yacht can cruise at 31 knots at top speed and 31 knots at cruise speed. It is also possible to obtain twin Volvo Penta IPS1200 engines with 1,000 hp each.
Any long-distance cruiser must have a wide walkaround deck.
With its high-tech materials and sporty performance, the 60 Skylounge leads the way for the future of the builder.
Join Yachting for a closer look at the Grand Banks 60 Skylounge, a yacht with a historical flair and a serious presence.