Grady-White Boats - Canyon 376

Known as one of the most exceptional saltwater boat manufacturers in the world, Grady-White’s 37-foot center console, the Canyon 376, is the leader in this center console category. Offering the ultimate in abundant fishing amenities and in luxurious comfort, you get much more than what you typically expect from other center consoles. Grady-White’s Canyon Series was the start of a new breed of center console boats and remains a star today. This massive sportfisher not only offers unmatched offshore fishing functionality and the 360º access of traditional center consoles, but also has a wide beam, roomy console interior with the ultra-comfortable details, modern features, and luxury accommodations you might expect in a cabin- style, family-oriented boat. Top it off with impeccable fit and finish, all riding on Grady’s unparalleled exclusive SeaV²® hull, and you’ve got a boat that is the innovative leader in its class.


The 376 gets the captain’s attention the moment he steps to the helm. The T-top enclosure integrates Grady’s exemplary sightline visibility and remarkable protection for the three plush horizontally adjustable, contoured, Command Elite helm chairs with deluxe cushioning and flip-up bolsters – so everyone is comfortable on the ride to the fishing grounds. The T-top, with painted aluminum frame, offers a large ventilation hatch, a mammoth radio box, outrigger plates, tri-colored LED recessed lights, stereo speakers and winged curtains. There are two air conditioning vents at the helm providing cooling comfort on the hottest days. The electromechanically-operated electronics enclosure is adjustable to suit any helmsman’s viewing height, or weather conditions and time of day. This configuration offers space for mounting two large screens with complete protection for them when the enclosure is lowered. Navigation is further enhanced with Yamaha’s Helm Master EX® with Full Maneuverability – a standard feature on this boat!

A fishing dream come true, the 376 can carry up to 38 rods in multiple areas, including lockable vertical rod holders in the console. The deluxe lean bar incorporates a 41-gallon livewell with see through lid, light and full column distribution inlet and overboard drain; a rigging station with freshwater sink; a 164-quart cooler; holders for knife, pliers and lures; and lockable bulk and tackle tray storage. Add to that a 263-quart fish box in the cockpit, which you can equip with the optional digital control refrigerator/freezer, and two in the bow that total more than 500 quarts, and you’ve got all the room needed for refreshments, equipment and the days catch!

The magnificent layout, suitable for both hard core fishing and relaxing with friends and family, starts at the bow anchor locker, with dual controls at the helm and the windlass area, and extends through the 13’-wide beam. The cockpit includes two heavy-duty doors, one at the transom and one on the cockpit portside, each complete with boarding ladders. Both are wide enough to pull aboard a 350-pound big eye tuna and are perfect for diving and swimming. The transom accommodates up to three Yamaha 425s allowing the 376 to produce speeds up to 60-plus mph. This boat not only eats up the ocean but also looks phenomenal as it performs!


Step down the cherry stairs leading inside the lockable air-conditioned console and you’ll quickly see more reasons why Grady-White calls this boat a top-of-the-line center console, great for both family and fishing. The cabin-like interior not only features a roomy stand-up shower area with curtain along with a Vacu-Flush® head, but also a galley with Corian® countertops and nice deep stainless sink, plus a stainless refrigerator and microwave. An unusually large berth offers plenty of room for two and extends forward, with storage along the side, providing ample space for those tired after a long day of fishing or for an overnight excursion. A tinted rounded skylight, indirect lighting and the additional side window makes the space airy and open feeling. Access to the switch box and boat systems controls is right inside the console door. The standard Fisher-Panda 5KW diesel generator makes overnight trips a pleasure!

Super comfortable and luxurious, seating beyond the helm on the 376 can be both opulent and functional, making it superb for cruising, but easily tucked away to provide extra space for fishing, like the aft foldaway bench seat with cushion. In the cockpit, the rigging station and sink can be repurposed with the optional electric grill for more versatility. Add the optional Sureshade® to give your cockpit even more lounging comfort. This exceptional cross-over design is particularly prominent in the bow, where an optional table insert converts the easy-to-fish area into a roomy picnic spot or add cushions to create a sun-and-fun area for those family days and weekends inshore. Grady’s patented foldaway bolstered backrests are another bow seating addition that makes this center console boat both passenger and fishing friendly. Add the optional Easy Bow Shade, and you’ve created another complete relaxing and entertainment area for your guests.

The 376 is a center console boat that offers all the comfort of a ‘family-fun’ cabin boat without sacrificing an ounce of fishing function. One sea trial will confirm this boat is a perfect combination of Grady-White’s more than 60-years of experience, thousands of fishing trips, and hundreds of hours listening to customers boating wants and needs.

Founded in 1959, Grady-White builds 26 boat models from 18 to 45 feet at its factory in Greenville, North Carolina. Grady-White Boats has earned the respect, appreciation, and praise from multiple generations of happy customers. This is evident by their ranking the highest in every objective measure of excellence in customer satisfaction ever done in the marine industry, including every J.D. Power and Associates marine study and 18 consecutive National Marine Manufacturers Association Customer Satisfaction Index Awards.


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