1987 Grady-White 240 Offshore
- Stock #086263 -
This vessel comes fully equipped with:
A starboard transom swim platform has a fold down SS swim ladder and SS grab rails for easy boarding.
The HUGE aft deck has plenty of room for you and the guys on a fishing trip or to take the whole family to the island! The port and starboard transom jump seats are the best ride on the boat. Seats have storage underneath.
A port and starboard gunnel rod holders help keep your gear free and clear from the deck.
Moving forward, the starboard jump seat has a fish box with the port having divided baitwell and livewell.
The raised cockpit has a port and starboard pedestal seat for easy viewing over the windshield and cabin.
Step down into the spacious cabin to find a V-Berth with a porta-potty under a cover.
You will be pleasantly surprised with the condition of this vessel!
As written from Boat US:
Grady-White boats was founded in 1958 by partners Glen Grady and Don White, who owned the company until current owner Eddie Smith Jr. bought it in 1968. Firmly rooted in the rugged Carolina tradition of offshore fishing, this company's boats have earned a reputation among coastal fisherman as well built, durable, well suited to their task and, dare we say it, a little bit pricey. And though used Grady-White Offshore 24 models are among the highest priced boats of this size and type and they remain in high demand. They're great for bays and coasts, providing minimal accommodations without sacrificing their true mission in life, which is fishing.
The boat consists of three main components: the hull, an inner liner and the deck mold. The hull is longitudinally strengthened by plywood stringers encased in fiberglass. The liner is a cored composite (plywood core in some areas, balsa in others) and is bonded to the hull and longitudinal stringers with fiberglass tabbing.
The Offshore 24 is what is commonly referred to as walkaround, differing from the pure center console by providing minimal below-decks accommodations. The cockpit is unobstructed and provides sufficient space for two fishermen to move about without getting in each other's way. Built-in rod racks are on each side of the cockpit, plus two insulated fish boxes and a live baitwell.
A single V-berth snugly sleeps two adults. Storage is beneath the berth cushions, and an optional portable toilet fits along the companionway.
Grady-White has always preferred powering its boats with outboards. The 225-hp Yamaha is a popular choice for years and engines in this range can cruise at 22-25 mph with top speed of a little over 30 mph when not overloaded.
All Offshore 24 models were fit with hydraulic trim tabs, and handling is very good at speed, although her slow-speed maneuverability leaves something to be desired.
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