Our first look at the Grady-White Canyon 271 FS. We like the looks of this boat. Couple that with Grady’s reputation for smooth rides and durability and this model should be a force to be reckoned with.
Just Launched: our first impression of the Grady-White 335.
The 335 features an open layout that is well suited to entertaining. The most striking thing about this design is the open bow, which obviously sacrifices cabin space, but also makes the main deck downright expansive for a 33-footer. The bow area leads aft between a double console towards the helm and cockpit, both of which offer a slew of amenities that aid in both entertaining and fishing.
Performance. After spending two days onboard the Grady-White 366 Canyon in some wicked 20-knot-plus winds, I concluded that this word pretty much sums up this mammoth center console.
The first and most obvious reason for this opinion came from the fact that my test vessel was outfitted with three, monster-size, 804-pound, 350-hp V8 Yamaha four-stroke outboards. Twin 350s are standard with
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
In the spring of 2001, I spent two days fishing and testing the Grady-White 330 Express on a tempestuous ocean off Ocracoke, North Carolina. Grady's then-flagship boat ran impressively in the slop, and I was even more impressed that we were able to comfortably fish in the six- to eight-foot-plus seas. Shortly after I returned, a PMY reader wrote and asked me what I thought about the 330. I
What do you do when you’re at the top of your game and want to take it to the next level? Professional athletes spend more hours exercising and training, while accomplished musicians will practice for days on end. But if you’re a top-of-the-line boat manufacturer like Grady-White, you go back to your customers and see what you’ve done right and what you can improve. Then it’s back to the drawing