Grady-White has unveiled details of its Canyon 326, a center-console designed for fishing as well as cruising with family and friends.
The Grady-White Canyon 326 has three seats with flip-up bolsters and footrests under its T-top. Built-in swim platforms are standard to port and starboard, along with a port-side door.
Joey Weller, Grady-White‘s vice president of sales, stated in a press release that the 326 Canyon is designed for owners who want more room than the builder’s 306 offers, but who aren’t ready for the 336.
“Its numerous built-in features, the latest in innovative design, style and comfort combined with a variety of options makes the 326 a great addition to our already extensive lineup,” he stated.
What fishing features are on board? There’s a 32-gallon raw-water live well, three insulated fish boxes, two 180-quart boxes to port and starboard, and a 318-quart box in the transom area. A 38-gallon live well is optional. Four rod holders are in the cockpit, four are in the bow, there’s horizontal stowage for three under the gunwale, and there’s vertical stowage for four in the console. Another four are in the T-top, four more are on the lean bar, and one is on the transom.
Length Overall: 33’1′
Maximum Beam: 10’9″
Transom Deadrise: 20 degrees
Power: 700 hp (max)
Fuel Capacity: 327 Gal.
Weight w/o engines: 8,500 lb.
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