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2001 Grady-White Sailfish 282
Since being introduced in 1959, Grady-White Boats have remained proudly known for their exceptional attention to detail, heritage, design integrity, award-winning performance, inspired workforce & impassioned leaders, exceptional customer support & overall ability to provide a better boating experience for their owners. Along with being awarded highest customer satisfaction, safety, quality, and reliability, Grady Whites SeaV2 hull performance has ranked #1 in each of the eight J.D. Power & Associates Marine Studies ever done! Designed exclusively for Grady White by the originator of the "modified vee" hull design, the continuously variable vee keel dead rise sharpens from the transom (20 degree) to the bow stem (50 degree) delivering a soft & dry "deep vee" ride quality while maintaining the fuel efficiency of a "modified vee" when underway, stability when at rest & is described to track as if the boat were on rails. "The sea does not compromise. Nor should you".
The 282 Sailfish, formally known as the 272 Sailfish, was designed to accommodate boaters with plans of offshore fishing, pleasure cruising & overnighting. Her cockpit is spacious, uncluttered & features conveniently located fishing amenities including an insulated livewell, fish boxes, fresh & raw water wash downs, a transom bait prep station & plenty of rod holders/storage as well as easily accessible outriggers. When seating is a concern, cushions snap into place on the foredeck, behind the captains chairs & on the molded center AFT bench seat while padded bolsters wrap the entire cockpit for added comfort. The fiberglass hardtop offers plenty of shade & the stow-able 4-sided isinglass enclosure takes minutes to secure when additional protection is needed. Her lockable, air-conditioned 3 berth cabin incorporates a galley with refrigerator, butane stove & freshwater sink as well as a fully enclosed head with holding tank, macerator & pump-out. Powered with twin Yamaha 250 HP Saltwater Series II outboards, the 282 Sailfish gets 1.4 MPG at 3800 RPM's cruising comfortably at 40 MPH & reaches a top speed of about 50 MPH at wide open throttle.

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