Rough water, no problemthe Grady-White 307 Freedom (called the 307 Tournament in 200910) handles big-water challenges as well as any 30-foot dual console on the water. With her spacious layout and luxury-class amenities, this top-tier boat easily meets the needs of serious anglers and weekend cruisers alike. Standard features include an integrated swim platform with boarding ladder, recessed bow rails, anchor windlass, extendable sleeper seat, gunnel rod holders, cockpit rod storage racks, fresh/raw-water washdowns, cockpit bolsters, removable bow table, cutting board, foldaway rear seat, two insulated fish boxes (one forward, one aft), power two-man helm seat, trim tabs, and transom door. Note that the head compartment in port console extends under the bow seat and features lockable rod storage, foldout 5-foot child berths, and air conditioning. Tons of optionswet bar with grill and refrigerator, ski pylon, sun-platform insert for the bow seating area (to mention just a few)are available. A heavily built boat with good range, twin Yamaha 250s cruise at 25 knots and reach about 40 knots top.