Grady-White Updates the Express 330

Reconfigured seating, new paint colors and upgraded lighting add to the new look.

Grady-White Express 330

Grady-White Express 330

Grady-White has updated its Express 330, a popular model that has been in production since 2001.

Highlights of the update include reconfigured seating to allow easier movement around the helm, improved footrests, new cabin lighting and new hull paint colors. Grady-White also added a cockpit grill and refrigerator in the hopes of encouraging owners of older Express 330s to trade in for the new model.

Hardtop options also have been revamped. The standard hardtop comes with radio box, stowage net, spreader lights, rod holders, low-profile acrylic hatch and curtains. Options now include an integrated, painted aluminum-frame helm enclosure with safety-glass windshield, or Grady-White’s Airview2 with an electronically sliding sunroof or sliding hatch, plus stowage net, LED spreader lights, LED recessed lights, outrigger plates and curtains.

“This boat’s basic design — with the amazing ride of the SeaV2 hull — is and always has been a winner, said Vice President of Engineering David Neese. “Yet, we are dedicated to continuous improvement and exceptional attention to the details that set our boats apart in the marketplace. This focus means we must and absolutely will make changes to even our best-selling designs, especially to advance with technology and evolving customer wants and needs.”

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