The 376 is Grady’s flagship for the Canyon line of center-consoles. Its broad, 13-plus-foot beam gives the cabin an expansive feel.
"We amped up the features in the console cabin for this fishing machine by using vibrant colors reminiscent of the Caribbean," says Shelley Tubaugh, Grady’s vice president of marketing. "We added the fine details of carefully crafted cherry cabinetry, and the important live-aboard necessities of a head, sink and roomy, comfortable berth."
In fact, Grady disguised the berth as a settee for daytime use. To sleep, you simply press a button, and the backrest lifts to expose an 80-by-62-inch bed.
When you first step inside the lockable cabin, you’ll find more than 6 feet, 6 inches of headroom plenty of space for any adult to use the pullout showerhead to clean up in private. The cabin also comes with a "hidden" head, stainless refrigerator, large storage area and vertical rod storage.
Options for the 376 include a microwave, flat-screen TV and air conditioning inside, a generator, cockpit-area grill and motorized bow table.
The 376 provides anglers a 41-gallon livewell with full-column aeration and an optional second well, a rigging station with freshwater washdown, tackle drawers, multiple large, insulated fish boxes, and a transom door.
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