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Grand Banks debuts new Web site

Grand Banks Yachts recently launched a new Web site.

Boaters considering the purchase of a new Grand Banks, buyers can visit the site to learn about and compare models, including photos, equipment details and pricing information on yachts available for immediate delivery. Users can narrow their search by model and by geography to find the model they want at the location closest to them.

All yachts are offered in partnership with Grand Banks’ global network of authorized dealers. The online yacht listings include new models from each of the company’s Heritage, Eastbay and Aleutian series.

“We continue to see strong interest in our boats, despite what’s going on in the industry and the economy,” said David Hensel, director of brand and marketing at Grand Banks Yachts, in a statement.

“Given the sales we made during recent shows at Düsseldorf and Seattle, including the new 41EU, it’s clear that buyers are active. We want to help them make smart decisions wherever we can, and this new online feature is part of that effort,” he added.

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