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Grady-White got it right in 2005 with the introduction of the 360 Express (called the 370 Express beginning in 2014), a muscular triple-outboard fishing machine with more deck space and cabin comforts than any previous Grady-White model. Built on a Hunt-designed deep-V hull with a moderate 10'6"" beam, the helm is on the centerline and raised above the cockpit to provide clear views of the action. Below deck, the 360s well-appointed cabin with two double berths, convertible dinette, enclosed head/shower, full-service galley, and tons of rod storage is the equal of many family cruisers in comfort and amenities. Standard features include a hardtop with electronics box, helm air conditioning, anchor windlass, 48-gallon livewell, rigging station with sink, foldaway rear bench seat, bow thruster, generator, fresh/raw-water washdowns, cockpit bolsters, molded bow pulpit, lockable tackle storage, 291-quart transom fish box with refrigerator/freezer and teak-and-holly cabin sole. Note the pop-up electronics pod and innovative slide-out table at the helm. Fit and finish is second to none in this class. Triple Yamaha 250s deliver a top speed of over 35 knots.
Overview Premium (expensive) triple-outboard express takes Grady-White luxury, fishability to the next level.
Features Transom fishbox with refrigerator/freezer, 48-gallon livewell, refrigerator/freezer (in cockpit module), fold-away rear seat. State-of-the-art center helm has electronic controls, innovative slide-out table. Upscale cabin with teak-and-holly sole, entertainment center, aft berth sleeps four adults, two kids. Bow thruster, air-conditioning, generator are standard.
Comments The ultimate outboard express.
Performance Over 35 knots with triple 250s.