All of the Cool Toys + the Great Grady Ride + Seakeeper=BEST Value in the Market. Serious Seller is Ready For Serious Buyer NOW.
Serious offshore anglers top choice is this Grady 336-get YOUR OFFER accepted now!. Her deep hull, wide beam and Sea V2 hull design deliver you there and back-safely, comfortably and dry. The Seakeeper gives you big advantages in rough seas-fish longer and better in ultimate comfort to beat the competition, win tournaments. Plus accurate fish handling- gaffing, harpooning and netting on your STABLE fishing platform. Gain more fishing offshore with certainty. Gain REWARD plus NO risk with this ultimate Grady-White 336. Proven, Pedigree, High Equity Durability. CLEAN.
Triple Yamaha F300 NCA, 333 hours, Yamaha WARRANTY to Jan. 6, 2022, professionally serviced by Al Grover's. NEW SeaDek flooring May 2021, NEW Seakeeper 2 gyroscopic stabilization professionally installed in 2020, NEW FLIR 324 night vision with pan and tilt in 2020, NEW in 2020 dual 16 inch Ray Axiom RVX Pro with dual frequency, dual 3D Live, Chirp, DownVu, SideVu, SAT Weather. Fischer Panda diesel generator approx 145 hours. Clean.
All standards plus notable options: Coastal Fog Blue hull color gel coat, Raymarine 4 kw 72 mile radar, Ray Autopilot, Freezer - aft refrigerator/freezer fish box w/digitally controlled thermostat & ob drain Cruisair cooler, LED spreader and bow lights, 4 Lumitec Sea Blaze blue underwater lights, Taco outriggers, port & stbd 12 V DC electric reel outlets,electric aft cockpit SureShade, transom rod holders, Air Conditioner 6,000 BTU & Heat with helm vents, Casting platform with cushion for bow area, Fusion MS-UD750, Fusion remote, JL Audio speakers, tweeters and sub woofer, Lewmar bow thruster, microwave, convenient remote fresh water flush. TRIPLE helm seats, console enclosure, helm seat cover. CLEAN. Second owner, originally stored indoors with no bottom paint until August 2019.
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Cruise at 3500 RPM=32.5 MPH, 1.27 MPG. Cruise at 4000 RPM=37.4 MPH, 1.14 MPG
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Basic Boat Info
- Make: Yamaha
- Fuel: unleaded
- Engine Power: 900 hp
500 South Main Street
Freeport, NY, US
Ride and the solid offshore sportfishing capability of the beamy Canyon 336 make this 33-foot center console stand out in its class. The 336 has innovative helm seating, a huge cockpit, and a big console with berth. Attention to detail makes the Canyon 336 a highly functional and desirable saltwater machine.
- 2 automatic bilge pumps (total 3000 GPH) (11356 LPH)
- Basic flotation
- Bow rail - low profile 316 grade stainless steel
- Cockpit toe rails
- Console grab rail (2)
- Fire extinguisher holder
- Nonskid fiberglass liner
- Self-bailing cockpit w/cockpit drains (6)
- Stainless steel through-hull fittings
- 100% hand laid hull & deck
- Anchor windlass w/remote switches at helm & windlass
- Battery charger
- Battery select switches w/extra batteries
- Cleats - flush mount (pop up)
- Cockpit bolsters
- Cockpit freshwater shower (recessed)
- Cockpit lights - blue LED
- Cutting boards (2)
- Deck hardware - 316 grade stainless steel through-bolted
- Dockside power w/galvanic isolator
- Drink holders - stainless steel (7)
- Factory engine pre-rigging
- Fish box - 165-qt. (156.1 l) port & starboard insulated fish boxes w/ob drain
- Fish box - 291-qt. (275.4 l) aft insulated fish box w/ob drain
- Forward bolsters
- Fuel capacity - 333-gallon (1260 l) tank
- Hydraulic trim tabs w/indicator & retractor
- Integrated outboard mounting system w/swim platform & ladder
- International lighting
- Rod holders (6)
- Rod storage racks - horizontal (6)
- Rubrail - high density PVC w/stainless steel insert
- Seating - fold away aft bench seat w/cushion
- Seating - port & starboard fish box cushions
- Stern eyes - heavy-duty 316 stainless steel
- Storage - aft transom drop in box
- Storage - forward anchor locker w/rode storage
- Storage nets
- Transom door - fiberglass
- Washdown - freshwater
- Washdown - pressurized raw water w/hose (2 outlets)
- Water tank - 44-gallon (166.6 l) freshwater
- Accessory outlet - 12V (2)
- Console ventilator
- Drink holders - stainless steel (3)
- Head - lockable console w/stand up head area, dome light, shower, sink, bulk storage, drawers & VacuFlush® head, 10-gallon (37.9 l) holding tank and pump out
- Rod storage - vertical lockable storage for 6 rods
- Seating - molded forward console seat w/cushion (3)
- Steering - hydraulic tilt
- Steering wheel - 316 grade stainless steel
- Stereo system w/AM/FM tuner, VHF receiver, MP3 auxiliary audio connections/amplifier, Bluetooth®, remote control & fold down storage; speakers - console forward (2) & helm (2)
- Storage - electromechanically operated electronics enclosure
- Storage - lockable acrylic console door
- Storage - under footrest
- Storage pockets (3)
- Window - opening window w/screen
- Windshield - tempered glass windshield
- Windshield washer - freshwater
- Windshield wiper
- Knife & pliers holders (2)
- Livewell - 45-gallon (170.3 l) insulated raw water livewell w/light, full column distribution inlet & ob drain (1100 GPH pump) (4164 LPH)
- Rigging station - lean bar station w/freshwater washdown & 104-qt. (98.4 l) cooler
- Rod holders (6)
- Seating - lean bar mounted Deluxe III horizontally adjustable helm chairs w/footrest & flip-up bolsters (3)
- Storage - lockable bulk storage
- Storage - lockable tackle drawers
The North Carolina builder’s evolutionary new center console proves that you don’t need to reinvent the wheel to create a successful model.
There are two schools of thought when it comes to magazine making. One side favors leaving a style and structure untouched for years and then launching into a grand redesign that has the potential to create a lot of buzz. The other side—the school of thought I subscribe to—says it’s better to constantly evolve the look and feel of your product so it never gets stale. In today’s highly demanding media climate, most companies can’t afford to get stale and stagnant.
The more I learn about Grady-White’s 336, the more I realize the company shares that same ethos. Originally launched in 2008, the North Carolina builder has sold hundreds of the 33-foot center console. You don’t reach that kind of mass-demand by resting on your laurels; 2020 marked the second time this model underwent a refresh.
When the team at Grady-White reviewed this model and what they might want to change, they crossed one thing off the list immediately: the hull. Dubbed the SeaV2, this bottom design has earned a reputation for a soft ride by discerning owners who fish hard—thanks to a deadrise that starts at 20-degrees at the transom then deepens to 30-degrees amidships and becomes damn near knife-like at the bow with plenty of characteristic Carolina flare.
Hull design: Check.
Grady-White 336 Have a closer look at the Grady-White 336 in the gallery below:10 GALLERY 10 IMAGES
Unless you’ve been living under a rock you know that boaters today demand more power than ever. Grady is offering just that by allowing for triple engine configurations with horses from the Yamaha barn ranging from 300- to 425-hp. A redesigned helm configuration boasts space for two 17-inch MFDs.
In terms of systems, the 336 is now being offered with a Seakeeper. Some serious salts may scoff at the idea of adding a stabilizer to a 33-foot center console. Now, does the 336 need a stabilizer? Probably not, but then again, does a center console need a combined 1,275 hp? Probably not, but it’s certainly nice to have.
The new 336 really shakes things up is the helm area. Where once the T-top had its legs spread out and planted into the deck—posing a very real tripping hazard to those hooked up to a sizable catch—now the walkways are clear thanks to a single integrated design with a full glass windshield. The wraparound glass, with a small electrically opening vent on center, should make the triple helm seats more comfortable than ever.
Comfort. That’s what Grady-White says the calling card of this model is.
“Our fishing features go in first, then we ask, how do we make this boat so comfortable that everyone wants to spend time on it?” says Shelley Tubaugh, vice president of marketing. “You can sit on our cushions all day. They’re made of a high-quality material that feels good and drains quickly. You can put in the casting platform [forward] with a cushion to make a large sunpad; there are stainless-steel cup holders everywhere and you can shower in the console.”
It’s true that the console serves as an adequate head, but that’s only part of the story. My favorite feature in this space is a bench seat that folds down to form a berth that can allow a couple to overnight aboard. I imagine this will be a popular spot for kids to lounge away from the sun, watch a movie or catch a quick nap.
“You always look at the marketplace and, first and foremost, you look at the 336 as a fishing boat. We were always more of a family-oriented brand,” says Tubaugh. “We’ve found more and more that the whole family is involved with the boat. The wife, the kids and grandkids want to use the boat, especially in the age of Covid. They always liked the boat; now they really like it.”
The new features and aesthetic choices on the 336 have trickled down from Grady’s other models, as well as feedback from the vehemently loyal customer base. That base that loves this boat so much that owners continually trade in their older 336 for a newer model like people trade in cars. “Every product has a life cycle, but [the 336] is a good size; most people feel comfortable taking it out themselves,” says Tubaugh. “This is still a signature Grady-White. They’re unsinkable, and they have the true self-bailing cockpit; the sheerline, the look of the boat, the quality, the customer satisfaction is all what you expect from us. Partner that with all our little upgrades, and maybe now you get a more complete package.”
First Look: Redesigned Grady-White Canyon 336 by OTW Staff October 23, 2019
The new Grady-White Canyon 336 is sure to get your attention. Grady-White’s state-of-the-art full height glass windshield, completely integrated T-top, and new, sleek styling elements make it a real beauty. The ergonomically advanced helm and windshield, that provides improved line of sight and overall visibility, are just some of the new features that make the re-engineered Canyon 336 an even more exceptional offshore family fishing boat.
The all-glass windshield offers incredible visibility and the fiberglass T-top creates a superstructure that together, eliminates the need for side curtains and provides ample protection for up to three at the helm. Optional canvas wing curtains offer added coverage if needed, and an electric vent in the center of the windshield means you don’t have to sacrifice air circulation for added protection.
Another stand-out feature of the Canyon 336 is the all-new helm design that includes room for dual 17″ flush mount electronic panels strategically located closer to the captain. This redesigned console and T-top is a space saver, allowing added walkaround space on each side and expansion of both the cockpit and bow. A deluxe lean bar features three Command Elite horizontally adjustable contoured helm chairs with deluxe flip-up bolsters and footrests. The 45-gallon insulated raw water livewell, rigging station with cold freshwater shower, 104-quart cooler, cutting board, lockable bulk storage and dedicated tackle storage, two knife and plier holders, and six rod holders complete this extensive list of standard features. Optional elements include a new electric grill, 26-gallon livewell and an integrated electrically retractable SureShade® cockpit shade with Sunbrella® canvas.The all-new helm design includes room for dual 17″ flush mount electronic panels strategically located closer to the captain
“We are very excited to introduce the new Canyon 336,” notes Joey Weller, Grady-White Vice President of Sales. “Our design team’s numerous enhancements and upgrades go above and beyond what you would expect to find in a boat of this size. We know it’s going to excite the serious fishermen who want a high-performance boat that doesn’t compromise the quality and comfort that’s synonymous with the Grady-White brand.”
With a standard port cockpit door and boarding ladder, loading and unloading are a breeze. If you’re looking for easy access from the starboard side, the patented cockpit step is an option. Additional standard features in the cockpit include dockside power, remote engine flush system, transom door and an integrated swim platform and 4-step ladder. Anglers will appreciate horizontal storage for three rods, eleven rod holders and a 291-quart insulated fish box with lights and optional refrigerator/freezer system. Forward and aft pressurized raw and freshwater washdowns offer added convenience while on the water.The Canyon 336 is well equipped for fishing with a pair of 204-quart expanded fish boxes in the bow.
The bow is well configured with an enlarged forward console seat and expanded fish boxes, each 204-quarts. For days you just want to relax, this space doubles as a lounging area that’s enhanced with standard patented fold away forward facing bolstered backrests. An optional casting platform insert with cushion, bow table and Grady’s all-new Easy-up Bow Shade round out this boat’s ability to flex from fishing to entertaining. The standard anchor windlass with control switches at both the helm and the windlass is just one more amenity that adds to the functionality of the 336.Built-in storage and carefully thought out features combine to make the Canyon 336 an excellent fishing boat.
The lockable console interior outclasses the competition with a standup head area, shower and Corian® countertop with stainless steel sink. The cushioned berth with a flip-up backrest adds to the comfort and convenience of the 336. Other enhancements include composite cherry and holly sole, built-in storage under a lift out Corian® lid, recessed indirect lighting and a side window to let in natural light, complete with tinted privacy glass. And if you’re looking for more storage, you’ll find it here with six vertical rod holders, two drawers under the sink, aft storage with curtain cover and bulk storage under the berth. “Once again, the Grady-White engineering team has made a superb boat even better”, says Shelley Tubaugh, Grady-White Vice President of Marketing. “While continuing the company’s tradition of designing exceptional boats for the entire family, the re-engineered Canyon 336 is truly a fisherman’s dream come true!”The Canyon 336 is full of options to boost your boating experience.
The Canyon 336 is chock full of options to boost your boating experience, from bow thruster and Yamaha Helm Master® to a water heater, air conditioner and diesel generator. To see a complete list of standard features and the many options that make the 336 your first choice boat for fishing and family satisfaction, visit gradywhite.com.Grady-White Canyon 336 Main Specifications
- Beam Amidships: 11-feet 7-inches (3.53 m)
- Center Line Length w/o Engines: 33-feet 6-inches (10.21 m)
- Bridge Clearance: 9-feet 4-inches (2.84 m)
- Cockpit Depth: 29-inches (0.74 m)
- Hull Draft: 26-inches (0.66 m)
- Transom Deadrise: 20 degrees (SeaV²® progression)
- Maximum HP: 900 (671 kW)
- Fuel Capacity – Standard: 361 gallons (1367 l)
- Weight w/o Engines: 9200 lb. (4173 kg)
Founded in 1959, Grady-White Boats builds 28 models from 18 to 45 feet at its 500,000 sq. ft. facility in Greenville, NC. The company has been under continuous private ownership since 1968 by Eddie Smith, NMMA Hall of Fame member. Grady-White has been awarded every third-party customer satisfaction award ever presented in the marine industry, including the National Marine Manufacturers Association Customer Satisfaction Index award for all 17 years the recognition has been granted. The company was awarded Highest Ranked Customer Satisfaction in the Coastal Fishing boats segment by J.D. Power Associates for all nine years that studies were conducted in the marine industry.
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.