Grady-White Adventure 218

Grady-White Adventure 218 out fishing
The Adventure 218 provides 360 degrees of fishability. Courtesy Grady-White

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The new Adventure 218 from Grady-White represents an all new design of the iconic walkaround, first introduced in the 70s. While maintaining beloved aspects of the walkaround cuddy layout, Grady-White reengineered the 218 to increase usable space while transitioning to sleeker lines and modernized details. A broader beam, 5 inches wider than the 208, represents the largest of any 21-foot boat in its class today. LOA has been stretched to 21 feet, 3 inches, nearly a foot longer than the 208. The cabin interior includes cozy cushions with spacious storage hatches below, as well as a covered head to the starboard side. Two side windows and a forward hatch keep the cabin ventilated. An extended and modernized helm dashboard provides ample space for today’s electronics. There’s a 31-gallon livewell and two insulated fish boxes, 120 quarts at starboard and 126 quarts at port. The walkaround layout makes fishing easy. Two swim platforms are integrated into the transom. Riding on Grady’s exclusive SeaV2 hull design, the 218 is rated for a single Yamaha outboard up to 250 hp. 

Length: 21’3″
Beam: 8’6″
Draft: 1’4″
Weight: Not available
Fuel: 100 gal.
Max HP: 250
Price: Upon request


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