Get over the fact that Grady calls its new Tournament 307 a dual console. This honking-big boat offers everything a serious offshore angler could want as well as what his family needs to enjoy a fun outing on the water! Let’s break it down: Standard items your family will appreciate include the spacious head, extendable sleeper seat, loads of drink holders, deep forward-seating area, foldaway aft bench seat, stereo, tons of storage, freshwater shower and integral swim ladder. Add options such as the wet bar with its grill and refrigerator drawer, a ski pylon, level-float flotation (unusual in a 30-footer) and a sun-platform insert for the bow seating area, and they may never want to go ashore again.
Your guests will surely like the ability to “chill” thanks to the optional 3,500 Btu air-conditioner in the head enclosure. But before you ask “in the head?” this space also has a 5-foot-long berth to make kiddies’ naps cool and comfortable.
Find rod holders and rod racks throughout the 307, including in special racks under the forward seats. The Tournament 307 also boasts a very ample 62-gallon insulated fish box aft and an additional 38-gallon fish or storage box under the bow seating on the starboard side. And you can’t help but find the 80-square-foot cockpit plenty roomy enough to handle multiple anglers.
Grady also does an excellent job with its full-column water distribution, powered by a 1,100 gph pump, in the optional 32-gallon lighted livewell. And finally, even though the 307 sports a starboard-side helm, like most dual consoles, the dashboard provides more than enough space for the latest integrated electronics. This 30-footer offers way more than we can possibly cover in such a small space. Visit Grady’s website for more details.
LOA……30 ft. 6 in.
BEAM……10 ft. 7 in.
DRAFT……1 ft. 10 in.
WEIGHT……7,965 lb. (w/o power)
MAX POWER……Twin 350 hp OB
MSRP……$180,080 (w/ twin 250 hp OB)
_Grady-White Boats / Greenville, North Carolina / 252-752-2111 / _www.gradywhite.com