“ Our 180 really suits our family of four, now plus Mauser our German Shepherd buddy, who loves his Grady rides on Puget Sound! ” –Scott and Kristi Urquhart, Edmonds, WA 180 family
19' Dual Console
Due to current popular demand for a versatile, high-value coastal 19-foot boat, Grady-White in its 50th anniversary year is reintroducing the Tournament 192, a classic Grady updated with the continuous improvements that the company has injected into every aspect of the boat owning experience for model year 2014.
20' Dual Console
“ I absolutely love my boat. It’s versatile, great for fishing out on the open water of the Georgian Bay here in Ontario and great for pike fishing in shallow water, too. Great for the family–we pack a picnic, go tubing out on the lake, then anchor and take a swim and relax. ” –John Welsh, Pointe au Baril, Ontario 205 owner
20' Walkaround Cabin
“ My 208 is a very secure platform with dry areas for the sonar gear and electronics I use in my dives. I like the cabin for camping, and the open deck has plenty of room. I have never had a problem with any of my four Gradys. My wife, sons and my dog love our boat! ” –Paul Brown, San Diego, CA Adventure 208 family
20' Center Console
Not many 20-foot boats, much less 20-foot center consoles, feature the all-day comfort of an enclosed head area, but the new Grady-White Fisherman 209 is an exception. That is not the only thing in this chocked-with-customer-inspired-features boat that’s exceptional; this great family-and-fishing Grady-White doesn’t miss an opportunity, big or small, to add features and function for a fun day on the water. Highlights include a cockpit that is every bit as big as most 25-footers, a clever removable cooler that doubles as forward seating, access to the bow all at deck level, and a handsome, well-engineered optional T-top integrated into the console structure. Little things make a difference, too, like a recessed spot on top of the console to store your sunglasses when you dive over for a swim.
22' Dual Console
“The big water doesn’t compromise. Why should you?” is a long- standing Grady-White slogan, but the phrase rings true especially for Grady-White’s re-engineering of a classic model, the Tournament 225, into the current Freedom 225. This dual console proves that there is no compromise in buying a fishing boat for family fun or vice versa when you choose a Freedom series model–this boat can do it all. For the family who just occasionally fishes together, those who go quite often, or even the true fishing fanatic with a family, Grady-White has created the best of both worlds in the Freedom 225. This model really is “two boats in one.”