The new Grad Banks 43 Heritage EU comes with a long list of new features which help it deliver better comfort and superior performances compared to its predecessor.

Among the improvements made to the new model you’ll find a larger cockpit, bigger staterooms and a second head.

For enhanced agility the Grand Banks 43 Heritage EU features a precision joystick control which gives you pinpoint control of the boat in all directions. As far as power is concerned, the Grand Banks 43 Heritage EU is propelled by twin Cummins QSB6.7 - 480 Mhp engines which can propel you to a maximum speed of over 25 knots. The engines are fueled by a 582 gallons fuel tank.

Hit the jump for more information on the Grand Banks 43 Heritage EU.

  • 2014 Grand Banks 43 Heritage EU
  • Year:
    2014
  • Engine:
    Twin Cummins QSB6.7
  • Top Speed:
    29 mph (Est.)

Overview

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A larger cockpit, bigger staterooms and a second head are just some of the new features you’ll find out aboard this successor to our acclaimed 41EU - the Grand Banks which revolutionized the modern trawler motoryacht for owners around the world. With precision joystick control, top speeds over 25 knots and solid fuel economy for displacement-speed cruising, the new 43EU offers greater space, better performance and more miles of on-the-water enjoyment than any yacht in her class.

2014 Grand Banks 43 Heritage EU Key Features:

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• Cruising package option includes freezer, washer/dryer and added storage in utility room
• Twin guest berths convert easily to one large berth
• Teak swim platform
• Optional davit for flybridge
• Maxwell Windlass with remote controls
• 24 knot top speeds

2014 Grand Banks 43 Heritage EU Features and Benefits:

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Larger Cockpit

One of the great features of the EU or "Europa" style yacht is the ability to open wide the aft door and make one large indoor/outdoor living space from the salon to the cockpit. Now there’s even more space to enjoy the great outdoors aboard the 43EU, with a cockpit 30% larger than the earlier 41EU model.

Two-Head Layout

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New on board the 43EU, each generous cabin now comes with its own en-suite head - an incredible feature for a vessel of this size. The master head features a separate standing shower with seat, while the guest "wet" head also offers guest access through a second door to the companionway.

Bigger Staterooms

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Both the master and guest staterooms aboard the 43 Heritage EU have been updated to offer more living and storage space. Both cabins feature generous hanging lockers, and the master also features abundant storage in drawers below the large queen island berth.

New Hull-Side Windows

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New in the 43EU, oversized windows in both the port and starboard hull sides let in more light and beautiful views to the lower deck. The hatch atop the master stateroom is also large - a big and beefy Manship hatch that opens wide and secures tightly to keep out water.

Larger Flybridge Deck

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The flybridge deck of the 43EU extends longer than her predecessor’s, with lots of room for a tender and the optional 800-pound-capacity davit. Up forward, the helm area features a centerline Pompanette seat, with room for two optional helm seats to port and starboard.

More Fuel Capacity

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The 43EU features larger fuel tanks with 20% more capacity - now 600 gallons/2,271 liters - for greater cruising range. In addition, the 43EU tanks constructed from cross-linked polyethylene, which is virtually corrosion proof and structurally superior. Our tanks are also roto-molded, which makes them seamless and thus virtually leak-proof as well.

Zeus Propulsion System

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At the heart of the system are the Zeus pods - a pair of independently-steerable pods mounted to the hull in tunnels, each with counter-rotating propellers that completely replace the traditional shaft drive and rudder system. In addition to performance enhancements, gear noise and vibration are significantly reduced for a more quiet and comfortable ride. Engine exhaust is nearly eliminated by venting the emission through the propeller hubs, where the water flow takes it far back into the wake.

Precision Joystick Control

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The twin pod drives of the Zeus propulsion system are connected to joystick controls at both the lower and flybridge helm stations, giving you pinpoint control of the boat in all directions - and makes docking in even tight fairways and close slips a simple, worry-free experience.

Command Helm

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There’s great visibility forward and aft thanks to a raised helm platform with a storage locker underneath. A wide, custom helm seat provides plenty of comfort for extended cruising, with easy access to the starboard side door.

Specifications

Standard Engines Twin Cummins QSB6.7 - 480 mhp
Max Speed 24 kn @ 3,370 RPM
Cruise Speed 20 kn @ 3,000 RPM
Optional Engines Twin Cummins QSC8.3 - 600 mhp
Max Length 48’11" 14.90m
Length Overall 43’4" 13.19m
Length Waterline 39’11" 12.17m
Max Beam 15’8" 4.77m
Max Draft 3’9" 1.20m
Height (to mast top) 14’2" 4.31m
Displacement (half ld) 42,000 lbs 19,050 kg
Water Tank Capacity 196 US gals 742 liters
Fuel Tank Capacity 582 US gals 2,203 liters
Black Tank Capacity 51 US gals 193 liters
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