The Grand Banks line-up now ranges from 41 to 72 feet. Indeed, up until the introduction of the 41, the smallest GB still manufactured was a 46. However, scroll back a little more than a decade and they offered the precious 32, followed by the salty 36, and on up to the now discontinued 42, and beyond. Grand Banks, like most low-volume, high-end builders, struggles with their "entry-level" offerings. However, the future of many smaller craft-a term I use with some reservation when discussing the new 41-is hindered by the basics of manufacturing economics. When a quality builder such as Grand Banks sets out to build a 41-footer, do they decide to go for quality or a price point?