Another big surprise on the Canyon 336 is that there's an actual cabin belowdecks. I'm not talking about a glorified console head, but a real honest-to-goodness cabin with a berth that fits two exhausted anglers, a microwave oven, a sink, a stereo system, lots of extra stowage, and even air conditioning. Because no one likes to feel as if they're sleeping in the head, Grady-White covers the commode with a teak swing-back seat. Deep Impact's 36 places a small cabin at the bow instead of using the console for this purpose; it starts at about $260,000, but has notably less fishing room than the Canyon 336.
That monstrous cabin console adds up to maximum comfort-for you and your crew. And the same is true of the abovedecks seating. The adjustable, armrest-equipped chairs on the Canyon 336 are thickly cushioned, and the flip-down transom bench sucks you in like a Barcalounger. On top of that, the forward flush casting deck comes fully equipped with a center cushion, so you can turn the entire area into a sundeck if you choose. That will come in handy when your teenage daughter decides to come along for the ride. And don't worry about her temperament-the Grady-White will handle that.
Extra Point: Like to use a self-coiling hose on your washdown? Grady-White sizes the toerail aft so a self-coiler fits perfectly in between the rail and the inwale.