She has 800 hours on her 350 Yamaha's
Helm Master and Bow Thruster
The Grady-White 376 Canyon took center console comfort and luxury to the next level when she was introduced in 2010. With her broad 13'2" beam, the 376 boasts a huge interior with room for several anglers to fish without bumping elbows. Among her many luxuries, the entire console is wrapped in tinted glass, and the electronics console forward of the helm can be positioned to suit any helmsman. The 366/376 is also a capable cruiser with a belowdecks cabin with head, shower, mini-galley, vertical rod storage, and a double berth. Standard features include an anchor windlass, bow thruster, cushioned bow seating with fish boxes under, aft fish box (transom), foldaway rear bench seat, fresh/raw-water washdowns, deluxe leaning bar with three helm chairs, rigging station with sink, heavy-duty transom door, cockpit bolsters, pop-up cleats, cherry interior cabinets (and flooring), rod holders (10), and 41-gallon livewell. Note that the windshield is integrated into the standard T-top. The list of factory options is extensive. No lightweight, triple Yamaha F350s top out at 40 knots, and triple F350s reach over 45 knots wide open.