Grady-White has remade its Canyon 336 with a new full height glass windshield, integrated fiberglass T-top and new styling elements on the offshore family fishing boat.
The all-glass windshield not only offers better visibility and the T-top creates a structure that eliminates the need for side curtains and provides protection for up to three people at the helm, Grady-White said. The redesigned console provides added walkaround space, making it easier to reel in the big fish.
“Our design team’s numerous enhancements and upgrades go above and beyond what you would expect to find in a boat of this size,” said Joey Weller, Grady-White’s vice president of sales, in a press release. “We know it’s going to excite the serious fishermen who want a high-performance boat that doesn’t compromise the quality and comfort that’s synonymous with the Grady-White brand.”
Among the improvements on the Canyon 336 is a deluxe lean bar featuring three Command Elite horizontally adjustable contoured helm chairs with flip-up bolsters and footrests. The 45-gallon insulated raw water livewell, rigging station with cold freshwater shower, 104-quart cooler, cutting board, bulk storage and dedicated tackle storage and six rod holders complete this extensive list of standard features.
The Canyon 336 includes a standard port cockpit door and boarding ladder. Access is also available on the integrated swim platform and a transom door. To get in and out of the water, Grady-White included a four-step ladder that tucks away neatly.
Anglers will appreciate horizontal storage for three rods, 11 rod holders and a 291-quart insulated fish box with lights and optional refrigerator/freezer system. Forward and aft pressurized raw and freshwater washdowns offer added convenience.
The bow has an enlarged forward console seat and expanded fish boxes, each 204-quarts. The space doubles as a lounging area that’s enhanced with standard patented foldaway forward-facing bolstered backrests. An optional casting platform insert with cushion, bow table and Grady’s all new Easy-up Bow Shade round out this boat’s ability to flex from fishing to entertaining. The standard anchor windlass with control switches at both the helm and the windlass is just one more amenity that adds to the functionality of the Canyon 336.
“Once again, the Grady-White engineering team has made a superb boat even better,” said Shelley Tubaugh, Grady-White’s vice president of marketing, in a statement. “While continuing the company’s tradition of designing exceptional boats for the entire family, the re-engineered Canyon 336 is truly a fisherman’s dream come true.”
The lockable console interior gives competitors a run for the money with a standup head area, shower and Corian countertop with stainless steel sink. The cushioned berth with a flip-up backrest adds to the comfort and convenience of the Canyon 336. Other enhancements include composite cherry and holly sole, built-in storage under a lift out Corian lid, recessed indirect lighting and a side window to let in natural light, complete with tinted privacy glass.
Grady-White won’t leave owners wanting for storage, designers tucked in room for six vertical rod holders, two drawers under the sink, aft storage with curtain cover and bulk storage under the berth. The North Carolina builder offers traditional options including a bow thruster, air conditioning, water heater, diesel generator and the Yamaha Helm Master.
The redesigned Canyon 336 is available with Yamaha outboards in a twin- or triple-engine setup. It will be on display at next month’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.