Grady-White Canyon 336
Less Barebones, More Fish Bones
The striped bass in Albemarle Sound have a new enemy in North Carolina builder Grady-White's new Canyon 336. Built as a fish chaser, the 33-footer has an optional T-top that includes radial outriggers, net stowage, and molded-in fore and aft spreader lights. Aft of the centerline console is a standard 45-gallon lighted livewell with a 1,100-gph pump. Add this to six rod holders on the gunwales, six on the leaning post, and five more overhead on the T-top, plus port and starboard 165-quart fishboxes in the bow and a 291-quart fishbox aft with optional 'fridge/freezer, and you'll soon be carving up as many filets as you can eat. And her standard twin 250-hp or optional twin 350-hp Yamaha four-stroke outboards should have you back dockside by sundown.
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This article originally appeared in the December 2007 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.