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The 305 Express is a top-shelf express fishing boat with the built-in quality, comfort, and performance one expects in a Grady-White product. Introduced in 2007, the 305 has been a popular boat over the years. With her versatile deck layout (note the center helm position) and roomy interior, few express boats her size can match the 305 Express when it comes to durability and owner satisfaction. Standard features include a molded bow pulpit, 32-gallon livewell, transom fish box, fresh/raw-water washdowns, built-in tackle trays, foldaway transom seat, bow thruster, pop-up electronics box, drink holders, cockpit shower, gunnel rod holders, cockpit rod storage racks, trim tabs, and cockpit bolsters. The standard hardtop comes with spreader lights, rod holders, and a radio box. Below, the well-appointed midcabin interior of the 305 Express sleeps four and includes a full-service galley with microwave, standup head/shower compartment, teak-and-holly sole, entertainment center, and convertible dinette/V-berth forward. No lightweight, twin Yamaha F250s reach about 40 knots top, and twin Yamaha F350s top out at nearly 50 knots.
Overview Premium big-water express combines spacious deck layout with comfortable ride, unsurpassed build quality.
Features Fishing amenities include 32-gallon livewell, transom fishbox, fresh/saltwater washdowns, tackle trays, rocket launchers on each hardtop leg. Well-appointed cabin with midship berth, full galley, stand-up head, entertainment center sleeps four. Note centerline helm position, foldaway transom seat, power electronics box, twin cockpit showers.
Comments Bow thruster is a nice touch.
Performance Nearly 40 knots top with twin 225s.