Original owner has taken excellent care of this vessel. She has been gently used and is very well equipped. She lives on a lift at the owners home. Excellent opportunity to own a great boat at a fraction of a new boat price.
Please contact Jim Reynolds at 410-226-0100
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Grady White
Designer: Ray Hunt
Hull Shape: Sea-V2
LOA: 32 ft 7 in
Beam: 10 ft 7 in
Maximum Draft: 1 ft 7 in
Bridge Clearance: 8 ft 3 in
Deadrise: 20 ° at Transom
Dry Weight: 7500 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: (39 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (306 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 4
Number of heads: 1
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Manufacturer Provided Description
Grady-White has masterfully redesigned the company's walkaround cabin model Marlin 300 for 2004. The result is all new detailing,from the tip of the new bow pulpit to the back of the completely reconfigured transom, and from the cockpit seating and helm and companion areas down into the roomy and handsome cabin. The Marlin, like the Express 330, now has a handsome teak and holly cabin sole. And like the 330, there is a very nice, sturdy teak dining table. In the 300, the teak table stows away conveniently allowing more room for the comfortable vee berth, which is surrounded by a teak storage rack. The galley's cabinet top sports a durable Corian cutting board. The board lifts away to reveal a roomy cooking surface. A refrigerator and microwave complement the other cooking appliances. The enclosed head finishes the cabin and it is plenty tall enough for growing teens to shower in comfort. Up on deck, starting at the bow, the newly designed bow pulpit is easier to use. As with every Grady-White, safety features abound. The deep wide walkaround is covered with Grady's tried and true nonskid, and the handholds are always right where they're needed. Up under the standard hardtop with its cavernous electronics area, the changes and fine-tuning continue. The helm station offers a newly designed optional flush-mount kit to enhance electronics visibility. Grady's standard backlit switches, right at the helmsman's hand, are another real safety and confidence asset, especially on early morning fishing trips or during inclement weather. Starboard side, there's a complete rigging station with freshwater sink, an insulated bait box and lockable tackle drawers standard. And the transom is entirely redesigned. Portside on the transom, there is a removable box, great for storage or as a catch all on cruising days. The centerpiece of the transom is a cavernous 290-quart insulated fish box topped with a nice cutting board. There's a freshwater shower on the transom, too.
Starting forward and aft of the chain locker is the Main Salon with a V-settee and table that drops to make a large berth. Going aft and to port is the galley and access to the double berth under the helm deck. To stb is the enclosed head. Up several steps to the bridge deck with helm to starboard and mates seat to port. Her aft cockpit is very accomodating and has 2 chairs along with a fold-away bench seat in the transom. Stb transom door gives access to the engine well and the integrated swim platform. Her bridge deck is protected by a Hardtop and has a full enclosure so one stays dry in inclement weather.
Her galley is nicely equipped for overnighting or weekending. She has a single burner electric stove, hot water heater (via shore power), hot and cold pressure water, Isotherm AC refrigerator, Samsung microwave, and enough counter and cabinet space the the necessities.