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Introduced in 2001, the Grady-White 330 Express has long ranked among the best-selling express fishing boats of her era. A centerline helm offers excellent 360-degree visibility, and a wide 11'7"" beam provides more cockpit and cabin space than most express boats in her class. Updates in 2008 include a raised cockpit floor and windshield for improved helm visibility and a beefed-up transom to handle newer Yamaha F350 four-strokes. Note the pop-up electronics pod at the helm. Standard features include an integrated swim/dive platform, hardtop with radio box, 4 kW generator, 45-gallon livewell, foldaway rear bench seat, fresh/raw-water washdowns, cockpit bolsters, transom door, aft-facing cockpit seats, lockable electronics cabinet bait-rigging station with sink, transom fish box, and bow pulpit. Below deck, the attractive midcabin interior of the 330 Express sleeps four and includes teak cabinets, teak-and-holly sole, cherry dining table, full-service galley with microwave and Corian counter, and a roomy head/shower. About high 30s top with Yamaha 250s; about 45 knots wide open with twin F350s.
Overview Gold-plated express with signature Grady-White quality is a sold performer in all conditions.
Features Fishing features include large-capacity transom fishbox, 45-gallon stand-up livewell, rigging station with sink. Note aft-facing cockpit seats. Deluxe centerline helm has pop-up electronics console. Spacious midcabin interior boasts classy teak-and-holly sole, built-in entertainment center, luxury-class amenities. Air-conditioning, hardtop, generator are standard.
Comments High-end cruiser/fisherman isnt cheap.
Performance Yamaha 250s reach 35+ knots top.