For Sale is a 2015 Grady-White 336 Canyon with twin Yamaha F350s with 650hrs. This one owner, lift kept boat comes with a full boat cover, has Simrad electronics, Yamaha command link gauges, Fusion stereo, VHF radio and helm AC. There are twin live wells in the leaning post with tackle station, rear bench seat, large transom fish box, fresh and raw water washdown, and telescoping four step dive ladder. Inside the air conditioned console (inverter, no generator), there is plenty of headroom and a large door for easy access. Inside you will find a plumbed head, sink, flat screen TV, a berth for two, the main breaker panel and additional storage.
Forward of the console is a large seat that will easily fit two. There is also large, U shaped seating in the bow with large storage boxes underneath. With the large center insert removed, you can walk all the way up to the windless and front bow cleat. With the insert in, you have a large forward casting deck that is great for throwing a cast net or making a sun pad. There is a recessed grab rail forward making it easy to transition forward or aft.
**Submergible Jet dock may also be available**
Boating Magazine had this to say:
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 belowdecks. 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 abovedecks 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.
This is my fifth Grady white and they’ve all been great boats. The 33 Canyon is a great fishing boat very comfortable. The only thing I would change is the fuel Phil is on the opposite Side from the door and that’s the only negative remark I can makeJanuary 27, 2020 - gradywhite.com
Grady White was our choice after testing and looking at the Persuit 32, Cobia 344, Sea hunter 33, Everglade 35. I am happy we made the choice for the Canjon 33,6 Grady white. the boat runs smooth and very confortable ( My wife love the boat), we do 35 mph to 44 mph all the time and it covers a lot of fishing ground, I am very impress and happy with the Grady white.August 6, 2019 - gradywhite.com
The inlet from the ICW to the Atlantic is as treacherous as they come. Going out to sea on an outgoing tide into an East wind Our Grady White 336 Canyon handles the stacked up water like mere ripples. Same for when the weather blows up when we are caught between inlets and we have no choice but to ride it out. Our 336 Canyon, Blue Devil plows through the waves like tank rolling over sand dunes in a North African desert.August 3, 2019 - gradywhite.com