2021 Grady-White Freedom 335

The Freedom 335 is a do-it-all dayboat that serves up loads of amenities and a smooth ride.
Grady-White Freedom 335 running offshore
The Grady-White SeaV2 hull offers a solid, smooth ride. Courtesy Grady-White Boats

Designed to be a do-it-all dayboat, Grady-White’s Freedom 335 is a wide-beam dual console bred for the coastal environment. From fishing to watersports, to cruising to rafting up, this 33-foot-6-inch boat is ready for action.

The basic layout features a spacious bow seating area and an open cockpit with convertible seating that stows away to clear the deck for fishing. Angling amenities include a 230-quart insulated fish box below the starboard bow seat, a 166-quart insulated box at the transom and, also in the transom, a 32-gallon lighted livewell, plus four rod holders and six horizontal rod racks. Grady-White’s overboard-draining boxes and cockpit, plus both pressurized raw-water and freshwater washdowns, ensure that cleanup is easy.

If angling is not your thing, those fish boxes make dandy coolers. For entertaining, a wet bar abaft the helm seat features a refrigerator, sink, grill, storage drawers and trash bin. The double-wide helm seat is electromechanically adjustable. A polished stainless-steel wheel graces the helm below a dash panel large enough for 15-inch multifunctional displays and more.

Grady-White Freedom 335 bow seating
Bow seating is spacious and comfortable. Courtesy Grady-White Boats

Use of the space within the consoles is a real highlight. To port is a compact cabin, with a slide-out berth, stowage, and room for a quick change of clothes. Inside the starboard console is a spacious head compartment with stand-up headroom, plus a shower, sink, storage drawers and bulk storage. Both console areas have beautiful cherry accents, and cherry and holly soles, and both can be air-conditioned.

The standard hardtop is supported by a painted aluminum frame. It covers the helm and companion areas, and incorporates grab rails, a storage net, LED spreader lights, tri-colored (red, blue and white) LED recessed lights, two hatches, four side-mounted rod holders, and outrigger plates.

Grady-White Freedom 335 cockpit
For entertaining, a wet bar abaft the helm seat features a refrigerator, sink, grill, storage drawers and trash bin. Courtesy Grady-White Boats

The Grady-White SeaV2 hull offers a solid, smooth ride, with 20 degrees of deadrise. Power options include Yamaha outboards up to a triple F300 package, and Helm Master EX full-mobility joystick control comes standard. Our only question is: What can’t you do aboard a Grady-White Freedom 335?


High Points

  • Freedom 335 is completely self-bailing; all the fish boxes, sinks and decks drain overboard by force of gravity.
  • Recessed freshwater shower on the transom can be used for cleaning reels, or for a quick rinse-off after watersports.
  • Cushioned cabin/changing room is separate from the head compartment, and both can be air-conditioned.
  • Beat the heat—a power-retractable SureShade extends to cover the entire aft cockpit with a Sunbrella canvas.


LOA: 33′6″

Beam: 11′7″

Draft (max): 2′2″


Dry Weight: 13,090 lb. (without power)

Seat/Weight Capacity: Yacht Certified

Fuel Capacity: 293 gal.


Available Power: Triple outboards to 900 hp total

Price: $572,780 (with twin 425 hp Yamaha XTO Offshore outboards and Helm Master EX)

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