Unparalleled in customer satisfaction, Grady-White Boats has earned top honors in every third-party satisfaction study ever done in the marine industry, including 19 straight National Marine Manufacturers Association Customer Satisfaction awards.
Established in 1959, and privately owned for 50 years by Eddie Smith, Grady-White clearly puts customers first in its concept, design, and manufacturing to ensure they have the ultimate boating experience. Currently, Grady-White builds 25 unsinkable models from 18 to 45 feet, all on the award-winning SeaV2® hull, these two boats are perfect examples of the detail put into every model.
Grady-White Canyon 376
Fishing amenities and lavish comfort abound in the Grady-White Canyon 376, the second-biggest in the company’s Canyon line of center-consoles.
The Canyon 376 offers top-of-the-line center-console fishing functionality and all-around access, but its roomy console interior has luxury accommodations one might expect in a cabin-style boat: a roomy stand-up shower, a VacuFlush head, a galley with Corian countertops, a stainless-steel sink, and a refrigerator and microwave. A large berth welcomes two.
The hardtop enclosure has a large ventilation hatch, a radio box, outrigger plates, recessed tricolor LED lights, stereo speakers and wing curtains. Two air-conditioning vents serve the helm, and AC, like the diesel generator and cockpit Sunshade, is also standard.
Three Command Elite helm chairs feature deluxe cushioning and flip-up bolsters. Standard is Yamaha’s Helm Master EX with full maneuverability.
Rod storage and holders accommodate a total of 38 rods. Within the leaning bar are a pair of 41-gallon livewells with clear lids and full-column water distribution, as well as a rigging station with a freshwater sink. A 291-quart cockpit fish box is cooled by a refrigerator/freezer, and two additional fish boxes, nearly as large, are located in the bow.
An innovative industry leader, Grady-White creates the most superbly-engineered, versatile, luxurious and enduring offshore family fishing boats.
- Test Power: Triple 425 hp Yamaha Four-Stroke (5.6 L)
- Test Props: 16 3/8” x 21” XTO
- Test Load: 19,185 lb. (incl. people, fuel, water, gear, engines and accessories)
- Test Speed: 60.1 mph @ 5,900 rpm
- Max Range: 392 miles
|Fuel Capacity:||400 gal.|
|Dry Weight:||13,533 lb. plus power|
During a trip, seas in Islamorada, Florida, had built to menacing proportions. While trolling up-sea, we dropped into a trough and faced a steep, towering 10-footer. I braced for a flood of water over the bow, but the 376 refused to stuff and climbed handily over the capping monster. That’s the kind of boat you want. – Jim Hendricks, Staff Editor, Fishing Group