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Grady-White’s Canyon 456 among top products of 2019

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Grady-White’s Canyon 456 was recognized by Boating Industry in their sixth annual Top Products list.

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Monday, May 13, 2019

Grady-White’s Canyon 456 was recognized by Boating Industry in their sixth annual Top Products list.

Boating Industry, a well-known marine industry trade publication, selects 50 of the best new or updated marine products and services of the model year for their Top Products list.

According to Boating Industry, “To be eligible for consideration, products or services had to have been introduced or significantly updated since January 2018.” The Canyon 456 was selected from more than150 submissions.

The Canyon 456 is the new flagship for Grady-White. Officials said it re-imagines the luxury sportfishing yacht with spacious seating for seven under the AirView AV²  T-top, Grady-exclusive Sea Command Center and technology including CZone system controls, Zipwake dynamic auto-leveling trim controls, Seakeeper 6 gyro stabilizer and more.

The attention to detail continues below deck with a console cabin offering “elegant styling, luxurious seating, well-equipped galley, lighted storage, roomy head and stand-up shower, and integrated fishing rod storage throughout,” officials said.

“At Grady-White we strive each day to craft boats that enhance the ownership experience and exceed customer expectations,” said Shelley Tubaugh, vice president of marketing at Grady-White Boats. “The Canyon 456 is the pinnacle example of all that we have learned in 60 years of boat building; paying exceptional attention to every detail to delight our customers. We are honored and grateful that the Canyon 456 was named one of Boating Industry’s Top Products of 2019.”

Founded in 1959, Grady-White Boats builds 28 models from 18 to 45 feet at its 500,000-square-foot facility in Greenville.  The company has been under continuous private ownership since 1968 by Eddie Smith, NMMA Hall of Fame member. Grady-White has been awarded every third-party customer satisfaction award ever presented in the marine industry, including the National Marine Manufacturers Association Customer Satisfaction Index award for all 17 years the recognition has been granted.

The company was awarded Highest Ranked in Customer Satisfaction in the Coastal Fishing boats segment by J.D. Power Associates for all nine years that studies were conducted in the marine industry.

To learn more about the Canyon 456, visit gradywhite.com.

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