- 27 (ft.)
- Bridge Clearance
- Hull Material
- Fuel Type
- Number of Engines
- Engine Type
- Outboard 4 Stroke
This Grady White is in great shape and located in Greece.
- Manufacturer Provided Description
- At 4200 pounds without engines or fuel, the Grady-White Islander 268 is a big, trailerable, foam-filled, self-bailing bruiser with all the amenities of a cruiser for comfortable weekend excursions. With a 28-inch interior cockpit depth, a full transom and non-skid walkaround, safety is assured. Hardcore offshore anglers will appreciate features like horizontal rod racks and cockpit toe rails, oversized through-bolted hardware and loads of tackle storage. The helm area has a helm seat and a lockable electronics box. Portside there's a bench which converts to a single forward-facing seat for rough water passages. Under both the bench and helm seats are large and lockable dry storage areas. In the 57-square-foot aft cockpit, there are more than 300 quarts of insulated boxes with overboard drains. The starboard box has a 186-quart capacity and the portside box is divided into a smaller one for soft drinks and a larger one for the catch. Custom cushions add extra seating on top of the raised fish boxes. In the stern area, there is a molded-in bench seat, a drop-in box that can be plumbed as a livewell, and a transom door that leads to the swim platform. That platform has a standard stainless steel ladder molded flush with the platform surface when folded away. The cabin has forward V-berths, a head enclosure and a full galley complete with butane stove and refrigerator. A table between the two berths lowers to form a double berth and stows conveniently in a special compartment in the underberth storage area. A pressurized water system with sinks at the galley and in the head has a capacity of 32 gallon.
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.