Grady-White Canyon 456 First Glance

Grady's new center console makes a luxury-fishing statement.

LOA: 45 ft. | Beam: 14 ft. | Dry Weight: 24,500 lb. (w/o engines) | Draft: 2 ft. 6 in. | Transom Deadrise: 21 deg. | MSRP: $1,275,000 (w/ quad Yamaha F350s) | More Information: gradywhite.comCourtesy Grady-White

From its richly enhanced helm area with four electronically adjustable seats to its Seakeeper gyro and Yamaha Helm Master system, Grady’s new center console Canyon 456 truly makes a luxury-fishing statement.

At the helm, CZone digital switching technology enables one-touch control of onboard systems, including power, electrical, lighting, heat and air conditioning — even the seacocks. Grady’s sea-chest raw-water reservoir allows remote electronic control for livewells, generator, washdowns and more.

Behind the helm, the 456 features an aft-facing fishing station with dedicated AC and heating vents. Twin livewells are located in the transom area adjacent to the refrigerator/freezer fish box. On the interior transom wall is a mounting site for up to a 24-inch electronics display so crew can watch the sonar. The 456 provides onboard storage for up to 32 rods.

Tested with quad Yamaha F350s, the 456 topped out at 55.2 mph, turning 5,900 rpm and achieving 0.40 mpg. It vaulted to 30 mph in 8.57 seconds.