GRADY-WHITE FREE­DOM 325

Yachting - - READY, SET, FISH! - Grady-White, grady­white.com

grady-white’s free­dom 325 dual con­sole has an an­chor locker with a wind­lass and a 180-quart in­su­lated fish box for­ward, a 254-quart in­su­lated tran­som fish box, 32-gal­lon livewell, an elec­tri­cally ad­justable helm seat, and a hard­top that comes stan­dard with a SureShade. Op­tions in­clude a gen­er­a­tor, wet bar and re­frig­er­a­tor. The 325 has the builder’s SeaV2 hull with an ever-chang­ing dead­rise from bow to stern, mak­ing the boat seakindly. Even with a 33-foot1-inch length over­all, the boat’s 2-foot draft makes her skinny-wa­ter friendly. The hull and deck are hand-laid fiber­glass. Power is twin 300 or 350 hp Yamaha four-stroke out­boards. Op­ti­mum cruis­ing speed with the 300s is about 25.5 knots, mak­ing 42 knots on the pins, ac­cord­ing to the builder. With the 350s, best cruise speed is around 27 knots with a 47.5-knot top-end.

“THERE’S AL­WAYS NEW PLACES TO GO FISH­ING. FOR ANY FISH­ER­MAN, THERE’S AL­WAYS A NEW PLACE, AL­WAYS A NEW HORI­ZON.” — JACK NICK­LAUS

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