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This Grady is the ultimate seaworthy boat. Proven sea keeping in all conditions, comfortable and dry. The immense size is unique in this class. Fish more days, stay healthy and alive in this Grady.
Loaded-Diesel Generator NEW in 2013, Aft fishbox cooler, air conditioning with helm air vents, FLIR night vision, dual Ray E120 radar/GPS/Sounder, Simrad AP26 autopilot, ICOM vhf, windlass, bow thruster, enclosure NEW in 2013, dual live wells, casting platform insert, 3 underwater lights NEW in 2014, Taco outriggers. Twin Yamaha F350 engines updated ECM and flywheel. Professionally serviced at Al Grover's. Seller moving up, you move in. This is the proven blue water comfortable and dry, safe and certain to keep speed in real sea conditions.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Warranty: 5 years
Hull Shape: Sea-V2
LOA: 33 ft 6 in
Beam: 11 ft 7 in
Maximum Draft: 2 ft 1 in
Bridge Clearance: 9 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 9200 lbs
Total Power: 700 HP
Engine Brand: Yamaha
Year Built: 2008
Engine Model: F350
Engine Type: Outboard 4S
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Engine Hours: 723
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 350 HP
Engine Brand: Yamaha
Year Built: 2008
Engine Model: F350
Engine Type: Outboard 4S
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Engine Hours: 723
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 350 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (44 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (350 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (10 Gallons)
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
VHF - Icom
GPS - Ray E120
Plotter - Ray E120
Depthsounder - Ray E120
Radar - Ray E120
Navigation center - Ray E120
Autopilot - Simrad AP26
Electric bilge pump
Sea water pump
Shore power inlet
Generator - 2013 diesel
Review in Boating by Lenny Rudow Jan. 8, 2008
After spending two full wind-whipped days on the Grady-White Canyon 336, I've learned one thing: When my kids hit their rebellious, strife-ridden teenage years, I'll need to get a Grady-White. What does one thing have to do with the other? Here's the deal: Wind-driven waves build in height more quickly than in wavelength. When the wind's fetch is limited by land as it is in the Albemarle Sound, where we were testing-the waves are unable to fully mature. They build in height quickly, but don't have the space necessary to build in length. This is one reason why sounds and bays see a tight, steep, pound-your-brains-out style of chop. Another reason is depth. Shallow water reduces length even more, which makes for more steepness and tightness. If the height-to-length ratio exceeds 1:7, which it certainly did during our test, the waves will begin to collapse at the crests and create whitewater breakers. Put all of these factors together, and you get immature waves that have grown too big for their britches. They're wild, rowdy, out-of-control teenagers. And to handle them properly, you'll need that Grady-White.
Despite the wind-blasted 4' to 6' adolescent froth, we made a solid 30 mph while running into a quartering head sea. We stayed a lot drier than I would have supposed, and with two extraordinarily potent 350-hp Yamaha four-strokes on the transom, head-on collisions with near-vertical water didn't slow us down. It gave me the confidence to know that in this boat I could cast off the lines and point the bow for the fish, wherever the hell they were, in anything short of small-craft warning conditions.
While the seakeeping abilities of the Canyon 336 are up to my high Grady-White expectations, the diverse fishing abilities of the boat are a surprise. Ever seen a 33' boat that's cast-net friendly? Me neither, but when we decided to target bull reds with fresh bunker for bait, we needed to sneak up on a school of bait and throw the net. The Canyon 336's clean bow with a recessed grabrail and center seating insert, which locks in place between the forward seats and turns the area into a large, raised, flush casting deck, made it a piece of cake. One more trick feature in the bow: Remove that center insert and you'll find a large hatch in the forward bulkhead. It provides full access to the anchor locker beneath the windlass, a feature overlooked on many windlass-equipped boats.
One good throw of the net, and we had six dozen 6" live bunker. Wait a sec-you can't possibly keep this many bunker alive, can you? No problem. We split the load between the 45-gallon insulated, lighted, full-column inlet livewell, and the secondary 26-gallon livewell-this one can be a cooler, if you prefer-both located behind the leaning post. Four dozen of the baits swam in the 45-gallon well overnight, and in the morning, they were still swimming. The ones in the other well were doing fine until I accidentally drained-my bad-but lucky for me, we were able to keep them fresh. Credit for this feat goes to the aft fishbox, which is actually a digitally controlled refrigerator/freezer. The coils are laminated into the sides of the box so they won't corrode or get beaten up, and all I had to do was push a button to bring the fishbox temperature down to a chilly 36 degrees.
Naturally, with six gunwale-mounted rodholders, five hardtop rocket launchers, and six leaning post vertical rodholders, this boat's ready for action, be it inshore or offshore. If you want to keep the gold safe, instead of using these holders put your rigs into the console rodracks. Down below, there's room for six rigs to be stowed vertically and locked away. Now-ready to rig up some baits? The back of the leaning post holds all your gear, with four slide-out tackleboxes, knife/pliers/rig holders, and a bulk stowage area. When you strike the gaff, you'll have your choice of using that trick transom box or one of the two 165-quart insulated fishboxes on either side.
Another big surprise on the Canyon 336 is that there's an actual cabin below decks. I'm not talking about a glorified console head, but a real honest-to-goodness cabin with a berth that fits two exhausted anglers, a microwave oven, a sink, a stereo system, lots of extra stowage, and even air conditioning. Because no one likes to feel as if they're sleeping in the head, Grady-White covers the commode with a teak swing-back seat. Deep Impact's 36 places a small cabin at the bow instead of using the console for this purpose; it starts at about $260,000, but has notably less fishing room than the Canyon 336.
That monstrous cabin console adds up to maximum comfort-for you and your crew. And the same is true of the above decks seating. The adjustable, armrest-equipped chairs on the Canyon 336 are thickly cushioned, and the flip-down transom bench sucks you in like a Barcalounger. On top of that, the forward flush casting deck comes fully equipped with a center cushion, so you can turn the entire area into a sundeck if you choose. That will come in handy when your teenage daughter decides to come along for the ride. And don't worry about her temperament-the Grady-White will handle that.
Extra Point: Like to use a self-coiling hose on your washdown? Grady-White sizes the toerail aft so a self-coiler fits perfectly in between the rail and the inwale.
Review in Sportfishing June 26, 2008
Grady 336 Canyon First Glance
This boat handles far more rough sea conditions than your body can.
June 26, 2008
You've heard of a wolf in sheep's clothing? Well, the new Grady 336 Canyon center console constitutes a tank in yacht disguise! This boat handles far more rough sea conditions than your body can. Add to that the incredible fishing features that set it apart from virtually every other builder and you begin to see why Grady-White consistently succeeds and wins awards.
So what sets this boat apart from the rest? Start with an exceptionally clean bow area that allows you to easily step up onto the between-seats insert and throw a cast net. The seats double as insulated fish boxes that drain directly overboard. The anchor protrudes through the stem, and Grady hides the attendant windlass under the foredeck for a very clean installation.
Moving aft, Grady's console sports a real double berth with rod storage for six and a VacuFlush head. So you truly can spend the night in relative comfort out at the model's namesake offshore canyons.
While the huge helm, with Grady's signature electronics module-on-rams, affords enough space to mount several large displays, the real heart of the 336 Canyon is just aft of the helm seats: Grady's mammoth leaning-post/tackle-center unit. Containing a 45-gallon livewell with full-vertical-column in-flow, the module also features rod holders, an optional second livewell (an insulated drink box on the standard-equipment list), and loads of assorted tackle and tool storage.
Finally, Grady's fanatical fishing staff made sure that this qualified as one of its best fishing boats ever. The level deck from stem to stern makes 360-degree fish fighting much easier and safer. The Herculean foldaway transom seat provides comfy rest underway and then disappears to assure that your rod tips reach past the outboards. Toe kicks, rod holders and downrigger-ball holders all come standard. You'll have little to add to this boat to accommodate your hard-core fishing needs.
LOA......33 ft. 6 in.
BEAM......11 ft. 7 in.
DRAFT......2 ft. 1 in.
WEIGHT ......9,200 (w/o power)
MAX POWER......Twin 350 hp OB
MSRP......$201,745 (w/ engines)
_Grady-White Boats / Greenville, North Carolina / 252-752-2111 / _www.gradywhite.com
Close Menu Grady-White Canyon 336
(w/ 2 x 350-hp Yamaha)
Grady-White redefines center-console sportfish with the new Canyon 336. She’s designed to run out to the fishing grounds and have the room to keep you fishing until the fish lockers are stuffed. With the option of the new Yamaha 350’s, you’re going to zip out there quickly too! This Sea V2 C. Raymond Hunt design has single level access to the bow, 80 square feet of cockpit working space and room for a tired angler to stretch out and nap.
For added comfort, this is designed for an optional genset to power cockpit and cabin air conditioning. Fishboxes include a 291 quart aft and twin 165 quart cooler benches up front.
- Centerline lean bar/helm seat
- Available 350-hp Yamaha outboards with 350 gallon fuel capacity
- Fiberglass T-top
- Safety glass windshield
- 4kw generator option for cockpit and cabin air conditioning
- 45 gallon livewell aft of companion seat
- Rigging station with 104 quart cooler optional 26 gallon livewell replaces 104 quart cooler
- Fold-away aft bench seat and 80 square feet of cockpit working space
- 291 quart aft fish box with optional refrigeration
- Twin 165 quart fish boxes forward
- Marine head
- Sea V2 hull design
Specifications Length Overall 33' 6'' Beam 11' 7'' Dry Weight 9,200 lbs. Tested Weight N/A Draft 25'' - Draft Up N/A - Draft Down N/A - Air Draft N/A Deadrise/Transom N/A Max Headroom N/A Bridge Clearance 9' 0'' (with T-top) Weight Capacity N/A Person Capacity N/A Fuel Capacity 350 gal. Water Capacity 44 gal. Length on Trailer N/A Height on Trailer N/A Trailer Weight N/A Total Weight
(Trailer, Boat, & Engine) N/A
Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.
Engine Options Std. Power 2 x 250-hp Yamaha Tested Power 2 x 350-hp Yamaha Opt. Power 2 x 350-hp Yamaha Test Results - Change Measurement Unit RPMMPHKnotsGPHMPGNMPGStat. MileNMdBa 600 4.1 3.6 1.6 2.6 2.2 807 702 59 1000 6.1 5.3 2.8 2.2 1.9 686 597 60 1500 8.4 7.3 4.8 1.7 1.5 548 476 65 2000 10.0 8.7 8.9 1.1 1.0 354 308 70 2500 13.3 11.6 12.4 1.1 0.9 338 294 74 3000 21.3 18.5 16.8 1.3 1.1 398 346 77 3500 27.5 23.9 20.6 1.3 1.2 421 366 79 4000 33.1 28.8 26.9 1.2 1.1 388 338 83 4500 38.0 33.0 34.3 1.1 1.0 349 304 84 5000 42.0 36.5 42.3 1.0 0.9 313 272 85 5500 47.0 40.8 57.0 0.8 0.7 260 226 86 6100 51.8 45.0 71.7 0.7 0.6 228 198 90 RPMNMKMKPHLPHKPLdBA 600 702 1299 6.60 6.06 1.09 59 1000 597 1104 9.80 10.60 0.93 60 1500 476 882 13.50 18.17 0.74 65 2000 308 570 16.10 33.69 0.48 70 2500 294 544 21.40 46.94 0.45 74 3000 346 641 34.30 63.59 0.54 77 3500 366 678 44.30 77.98 0.57 79 4000 338 624 53.30 101.83 0.52 83 4500 304 562 61.20 129.84 0.47 84 5000 272 504 67.60 160.12 0.42 85 5500 226 418 75.60 215.77 0.35 86 6100 198 367 83.40 271.41 0.31 90
All fuel consumption numbers are the total for all engines in the boat. Speeds are measured with Stalker ProSports radar gun or GPS. Fuel consumption (gallons per hour) measured with Floscan digital fuel-flow meter or by on-board factory-installed diagnostic instruments. Range is based on 90% of published fuel capacity. Sound levels determined using Radio Shack digital decibel meter on A scale. 68 dBA is the level of normal conversation. Time to plane is measured from start of acceleration to formation of rooster tail behind boat.
Performance Chart Acceleration Times & Test Conditions Time To Plane 4.4 sec. 0 to 30 6.1 sec. Ratio 1.73 : 1 Props 16 1/4 x 19 Saltwater Series XL Load 3 persons, 160 gal., 22 gal. water, min. gear Climate Temp: 48 deg., humidity: 61 wind: calm, seas: calm Grady-White Canyon 336 Line Drawing Hard-Core Fishability The optional T-top is complete with net storage underneath, two color light, spreader lights, 5 rod holders and stereo speakers. Large Front Seat Bench A filler piece either creates a high casting deck or with cushions a place to layout and enjoy the sun. At the Controls The helm is easy to work in and around with good paths to the front and aft from either side. Fishing Center The back side of the helm seat is the rigging station with six rocket launcher rod holders and hand rail across the top. Captain's Report Grady-White Canyon 336
By Capt. Rob Smith
Grady-White calls this huge center console their Canyon 336, but in fact it could be called the “Continental Shelf” 336 because with at best cruise it can dash out to the “edge” from any major East Coast city north of Charleston, S.C. 422-mile range with a 10% fuel reserve with a pair of Yamaha 350s pushing you and over 10,000 lbs of boat along at 27 mph is no easy feat. But like a lot of things G-W does, they under play it. With an 11’7” beam and 29” gunwales, this boat is designed to take you offshore and get you home safely.
Not only that, but Grady has acknowledged when you’re 150 miles out nature will definitely call, you might want to take a nap, or even on a particularly hot day take a shower. Beneath the large center console is a mini-cabin that services a number of purposes. But this boat is packed with practical ideas, so let’s take a detailed look…On the Bow
The anchor enters the bow from underneath the deck, through the gunwales, keeping the topside clear of line-snagging anchors and chain. Open a hatch at the bow and inside you have the windlass and a line/chain locker as well executed as on on any megayacht. The controls for the windlass are mounted under the bolster in the front rather than on top where they would tend to get accidentally pushed or snag a line.
Whether you are heading far off-shore or just taking the family and neighbors out for a ride, the front bench seats will be popular. These large seats on the port and starboard as well as in front of the console offer comfortable cushioning and great views. Beneath the side benches are insulated fish boxes measuring about 165qts in size. You can add a filler to create a large casting platform up front or add a filler cushion and have a great space to relax in the sun. With the filler out, you have ample room to work a fish from the stern all the way to the bow safely and quickly with your buddy behind you ready to net the fish on board.
Drink holders are all about, including at the ends of the benches. On the port side is a wash-down connection so you don’t have to drag the hose all the way from the stern to rinse off the decks. Along the center of the cockpit are additional storage lockers for tons of small items just under the bolsters.The Impressive Cabin
The center console on most boats house a port-a-potty inside, maybe even have a sink at a place to stow some gear -- but on the 336 you could get a few hours of sleep or possibly sleep overnight and shower the next morning. The only thing lacking was a coffee pot! Inside, I had plenty of room for my 6 foot frame to stand in the center or slide into the berth that stretches out beneath the bow cockpit sole. Inside were spaces for six rods to stow vertically, net storage all around, a teak cover seat for showing that flips down over the VacuFlush toilet and a vanity. On the aft bulkhead, all the controls for the fish boxes, stereo and power panel are neatly organized and accessible from the door.From the Driver’s View
Stepping back out to the helm, the Canyon 336 has three across adjustable seats with armrests and bolsters and were very comfortable. Electronics are well protected. The expensive flat screen displays you buy can be mounted on an electric lift console across the center. They had two large Raymarine displays on the test boat. The Ritchie compass was top mounted with the Yamaha Digital Command gauges on a vertical panel just below. Trim indicators were to the right of the command gauges. You have room to the left of the wheel for other gear like autopilot, VHF and more. Switches are grouped to the right of the wheel as well as the trim tabs which are next to the throttles.
If you opt for the SidePower bowthruster, they mount the joystick low to the left of the wheel. The footrest below is also another storage compartment. If you plan to spend a lot of time onboard, you may want to consider cockpit and cabin air conditioning. The heat cycle on the test boat sure felt good! Below the seats, the 336 has the batteries grouped together for easy access. On one side of the helm seat station is a lure drawer and on the other was a lure and tool organizer.
The back side of the helm seat was a well designed tackle center with grab rail across the top of the seats and six rocket launcher rod holders. The rigging station sports a 45 gallon live well and a104qt cooler. Below are drawers for your tackle.The windshield is a tempered glass for safety and long life. Overhead is a fiberglass hardtop with heavy duty aluminum framing. Net storage for life jackets is underneath. You have two fishing lights across the back along with five rocket launcher rod holders. Above the helm are an electronics box and a two color light. Another optional feature added to my test model was the outriggers.The Working Deck
The cockpit space measures about 80 square feet with reinforced sole for a fighting chair. The favorite seat often is the aft seat on a long ride and Grady-White’s patented fold-away bench seat makes it easy. This seat sets up in seconds and folds neatly flat against the stern wall when not in use.
Behind the seat are panels for access to the optional 4kw diesel Panda generator, dedicated diesel tank and remote handles for closing the through hulls. Cockpit bolster padding is standard as well as flush mount rod holders on the gunwale tops. Horizontal rod racks and toe rails are underneath keeping your gear ready and you safe when you lean over to pull a fish onboard.
The topside of the stern wall sports a drop box in the corner, replaceable cutting board top and a 291qt fishbox in the center. You can opt for the Cruisair chill plates as they did on my test model. The walkthrough stern door has heavy hardware and leads out to a three step telescoping swim ladder for getting back on board after a cooling swim.The Numbers
This model measures 33’6” length overall with a beam width of 11’7”. With the fiberglass top, she has a bridge height of about 9’. Hull draft is measured at 25” and weight comes in at 9200lbs without the outboards. She is rated for a maximum of 700hp, as tested, and has a fuel capacity of 350 gallons.Test Results
Unfortunately the most challenge I could find on test day was keeping a grip on the wheel because my hands were freezing to it! Water conditions were pretty calm, so you will want to get out on some off-shore stuff to see how she handles in the rough water. I did find she handled smoothly with sharp turns and solid performance. I found she is on plane in 4.4 seconds and up to 30mph in 6 seconds. Her maximum recorded speed reached 51.8mph at 6100rpm and her cruise speed was about 27.5mph at 3500rpm for a range of 422 miles with a 10% reserve.Conclusion
In conclusion, I believe Grady-White has developed a new breed of cross-over from the center console and cuddy version of coastal boats. They maintained the topside importance of access bow to stern and fishability you expect from a Grady-White, but added the real convenience of a small workable cabin inside. You have room to add all the hard-core electronics you need to really get on the fish and designed in comfort to keep you on the fish longer.
Test Result Highlights
- Top speed for the Grady-White Canyon 336 is 51.8 mph (83.4 kph), burning 71.7 gallons per hour (gph) or 271.38 liters per hour (lph).
- Best cruise for the Grady-White Canyon 336 is 27.5 mph (44.3 kph), and the boat gets 1.34 miles per gallon (mpg) or 0.57 kilometers per liter (kpl), giving the boat a cruising range of 421 miles (677.53 kilometers).
- Tested power is 2 x 350-hp Yamaha.
Standard and Optional Features Systems Air Cond./Heat Optional Battery Charger/Converter Standard CD Stereo Standard Head: Fixed Standard Power Steering Optional Shore Power Standard Washdown: Raw Water Standard Water Heater Optional Windlass Standard Galley Microwave Optional Refrigerator Optional Exterior Features Hardtop Optional T-Top Ice Chest Standard Outlet: 12-Volt Acc Standard Swim Ladder Standard Swim Platform Standard Transom Door Standard Transom Shower Standard Boats More Than 30 Feet Bow Thruster Optional Freezer Optional Generator Optional Warranty Hull Warranty
Transferable 5 Year
http://www.gradywhite.com/customer/manuals/ Accessories Warranty 1 Year http://www.gradywhite.com/customer/manuals/ Certifications NMMA Certification Yes Price
Pricing Range: $204,795.00
Price as Tested: $223,650.00 Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.
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.
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