Grady’s six center-console Canyon models range from a 27-footer up to the company’s flagship 45-footer. This new 326 fits comfortably in the middle, and offers space, luxury and a full complement of fishing features.
“This boat fills a niche in our model line,” says Joey Weller, Grady-White vice president of sales. “Its numerous built-in features, the latest in innovative design, style and comfort, combined with a variety of options, make the 326 a great addition to our already extensive lineup.”
The 326 incorporates Grady’s integrated, full-height windshield to provide an expansive view forward. Because of its broad beam, the boat’s three-across helm seats tuck in beneath the hardtop and are fully protected behind the windshield.
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Anglers will appreciate both its transom and portside doors, a 32-gallon full-column recirculating livewell, three insulated fish boxes, and multiple vertical rod holders, including four in the bow and four inside the console. Hardcore live-baiters can add a second, optional 38-gallon well.
The 326 carries 327 gallons of fuel and can handle up to 700 hp.
LOA: 33 ft. 1 in.
Beam: 10 ft. 9 in.
Dry Weight: 8,500 lb. (w/o engines)
Draft: 2 ft.
Transom Deadrise: 20 deg.
MSRP: $283,695 (w/ twin Yamaha F300s)