If you have a boat to list or are looking for a high quality brokerage trawler or long range cruiser, give us a call at 410-822-8556 to discuss your needs.
OYA is located at 317 S. Morris St and 3831 Trappe Landing road. Sells and Services Grand Banks and Eastbay Yachts imported by OYA from 1972 to 2007 model years. The Oxford location has new docks in 2013, nice heads and showers, wi-fi, parking and a mechanical service department in the red building.
From our Sales Department
Select current listings:
We are in the process of adding videos for most of our listings. You may view the videos on our videos tab under Boat Sales on the menu.
- 1992 Grand Banks 46 Europa
- 2007 Grand Banks 47 Heritage CL
- 2006 47′ GB Eastbay Flybridge
- 2005 43′ Grand Banks Eastbay Sedan
- 1988 42′ Grand Banks Classic – new fuel tanks!
- See our complete Yacht Brokerage list
Thinking of Selling? … We have seen an unexpected resurgence of the boat sales market and are looking for quality boats for our brokerage department to offer to potential buyers. If you think your boat could meet the requirements of a discriminating buyer, contact us. If you feel your boat has not been selling due to cosmetic or mechanical reasons, we can help with that also in our service department.
New Brokerage Buyer? … Send us a copy of your survey and we can give you estimates on correcting deficiencies and prioritize repairs. We can also help upgrade the boat to the boat of your dreams! If this is your first Grand Banks, we can help even if we don’t have a boat listed that you like. See our consultation services section or use our brokerage contact form to tell us what you need.
Grand Banks 42 Classic Trawler For Charter
If you are considering buying a Grand Banks or similar trawler and would like to experience the cruising capabilities, you may wish to charter a Grand Banks 42. We offer this boat for weekly Chesapeake Bay charters or longer trips to Florida, New England or other East Coast points. We can also offer one way charters to these locations. See details.
From our Service Department
First in a series of articles on upgrading your older Grand Banks to a more maintenance-friendly vessel. We will be covering lots of creative ways to achieve this goal. This article focuses on teak rails and how to spend more time boating and less time varnishing. Come back later to see how we can convert your current teak rails to stainless.
Long time Grand Banks storage and repair facility Dickerson Harbor announces the following for 2015:
Third Rudder system for offshore cruising GB’s
Roll reducing replacement Fuel tanks,complete package of tanks with easy to install instructions and consulting.
LED upgrade kit for engine room light fixtures.
Holding tank upgrade kits in PVC
Stainless Steel safety rail and hand rail packages,
Also, keep in mind we are the premier service center for the Eastbay 49!
Dickerson Harbor Awlgrip Center stays warm
The extremely low temps we are experiencing in 2015 have brought an opportunity to test Dickerson Harbor’s heating system in our “B” building which presently houses a Sabreline 47, a 51′ overall Flybridge Trawler, a Viking 55′ overall Flybridge Sportfish and a 65-70′ paint booth which has a Grand Banks 42 Flybridge Trawler inside having all the windows replaced with low-uv tinted glass and it’s superstructure painted. This boat is nearly ready for the finish coats to be applied.
Send Us Your Survey
We can help you prioritize and implement needed repairs — whether it be for a boat your just purchased, an insurance survey or a boat you need to sell. We always recommend having a boat for sale surveyed to eliminate surprises when a buyer has his survey done. We also do pre-survey inspections.
Attention Dickerson Owners
We would like to see the Dickerson boats come home! Call for a special slip rate for the 2015 season. Ask for John who can give you the best rate available!
From The Chesapeake Grand Banks Owners Association
Hello CBGBOA Boating Friends!
You may have missed this year’s Rendezvous, but it’s never too late to join. Seeking all present and past Grand Banks owners to join in the fun, education and cruising that the club is so sharing with. Visit the CBGBOA website for more information and maybe read the current newsletter.