Specifications for GIGI 2008 54' 0" GRAND BANKS East Bay Yacht
Coast Guard #:
54' 0" (16.46 m)
49' 6" (15.09 m)
16' 0" (4.88 m)
Speed, Capacities and Weight
Cruise Speed RPM:
Cruise Speed Range:
30 knots (34.5233835 mph)
Max Speed RPM:
Max Speed Range:
25.627968905 tonnes (56500 lbs)
200 gal (757.082356 L)
Water Tank Material:
80 gal (302.8329424 L)
934 gal (3535.57460252 L)
Fuel Tank Material:
Hull and Deck Information
Modified Deep Vee
Raymond C. Hunt Associates
Date Hours Registered
More details on GIGI Yacht for sale
54' Grand Banks East Bay GIGI
*Preliminary listing, more photos coming soon!
GiGi, this immaculate 2008 Grand Banks 54’ East Bay was the final 54’ East Bay of its kind to be built. Her 3-stateroom layout is perfect for those who like to travel with family and friends, and the modified deep-vee hull designed by the legendary Raymond C. Hunt Associates will get you there in comfort and style. She has been maintained and constantly upgraded with an open checkbook, and as of February 2018 has just completed a full yard maintenance period so she is ready for your immediate use.
GIGI is a three-cabin layout. She provides comfortable private sleeping accommodations for six (6). Her interior is nicely appointed and features a varnished teak and holly cabin sole that pulls it all together.
The owner's stateroom is forward with an island queen and an en suite head. The head features a separate stall shower, Silestone "Ivory Coast" counters and a vacu-flush toilet with fresh water flush. This cabin was modified during her build to achieve the largest berth size possible, added overhead outboard lockers with louvered doors and a second hanging locker was added to port. Teak batten hull ceiling were installed in areas where there are no cabinets.
Two guest cabins, the one to port, has two twin berths with storage under and separated by a large hanging locker. The starboard guest cabin, has over/under bunks and can be converted to an open space seating area when you fold the top bunk down and open the two sliding pocket doors. There is also a flip up desk in this cabin making this cabin truly multifunctional.
The guest head is to starboard opposite the guest cabin with the twin berths. This head also features Silestone "Ivory Coast" counters and a vacu-flush toilet with fresh water flush.
The Galley is to port, just opposite the convertible guest cabin.
The Salon is up three steps and aft of the galley. As you enter the salon from the dual opening center line doors in the cockpit (fitted with a phantom retractable screen door), you have a straight settee to port, extended all the way to the back of the companion seat, and a custom entertainment center with pop up TV and custom teak bar under to starboard. Two GB stick chairs can be found on each side of the entertainment center. These chairs are easily moved to the center line to surround the custom Teak hi/lo table for dinning. Forward of the settee you have the companion seat with U-line icemaker in cabinet under and a custom flip (fore and aft) backrest. This feature allows you to face forward when travelling or flip the back rest forward and then you can sit facing aft and become part of the circle of conversation in the salon.
The salon furniture is done in ultra-leather. There are custom "Skysol" blinds for all salon and helm deck windows, including the three forward windows.
The Helm is mid-ship, starboard just opposite the companion seat. The helm is outfitted with a very complete electronics package, a STIDD helm chair, upgraded MPD engine displays (Caterpillar's integrated engine monitoring system) and Twin Disc EC 300 single lever electronic engine controls. Another very handy feature is the starboard side deck access door to the helm. This door is fitted with a phantom retractable screen door.
Ventilation - Natural ventilation is evident throughout her interior by the many stainless opening ports (w/ screens), overhead hatches (w/ screens & shades), dorades and the opening salon doors (aft and starboard) both with phantom retractable screens. Air conditioning and heat is provided by four Marine Air Systems units. (3) 16,000 BTU and (1) 12,000 BTU.
The large U-shaped galley is located to port at the base of the companion way stairs. The overhead is open creating lots of light to this space.
(3) Burner Force 10 Propane stove with oven
Sharp R-930CS Microwave Oven
Grunert Holding Plate Refrigeration (2) Boxes
Grunert Holding Plate Freezer (1) Box
"Absolute" Black Granite Counter tops
Wired for both 12-volt DC and 110-volt AC to separate panel with individual breakers. Ship's power can also be provided by an Onan 13.5 kW generator with sound shield or the ship's inverter.
110 Volt AC System:
Panel with individual breakers
Amp and Volt Meters
50-amp Shore Power Connection with 75' of Cable on a Glendenning Cablemaster
Individual outlets throughout the yacht
ONAN 13.5 KW Genset with Sound Shield
Mastervolt 24/50, 50-amp 24-volt DC battery charger for bow thruster and windlass batteries
Mastervolt 12/30, 30-amp 12-volt DC battery Charger for house, engine and inverter batteries
Inverter Trace Model PS2512-2500W with remote panel wired to control all 110V outlets and microwave
(4) 20 watt Aquasignal fluorescent lights in engine room
12 Volt DC System:
Panel with individual breakers
Amp and Volt Meters
Interior and engine room lights
(2) Lifeline AGM 8 D Engine Start Batteries (New 2012)
(2) Lifeline AGM 8 D House Batteries (New 2012)
(2) Lifeline AGM 8 D Inverter Bank (New 2012)
(1) Lifeline AGM 4 D Generator Start (New 2012)
Icom M504 Vhf/Hailer Transceiver
Icom Command Microphone
Furuno 1944C/Nt 10.4" Color Navnet VX2 Radar/Chartplotter System w\ 4' Open Array 4kW
This Eastbay 54 features a "White" hull, "Cardova Gold" Awlgrip cove stripe, "Endeavour Blue" boot stripe and epoxy barrier coated bottom with "Green" antifouling paint. The hull is vacuum bagged PVC core to the water line and solid glass hull bottom. The decks are "Moon Dust" non-skid and there is teak for the cockpit floor, combing and steps.