EXTREMELY CLEAN 2001 GRADY 268 ISLANDER : ONLY 1 OWNER SINCE NEW AND LIGHTLY USED : TWIN 200HPDI POWER (233 HOURS)
HARDTOP WITH (4) SIDE ENCLOSURE : ALWAYS LIFT OR SHED KEPT : NO BOTTOM PAINT : FURUNO RADAR / PLOTTER / BOTTOM MACHINE
CONTACT CENTRAL AGENT SHAWN DONNELLY
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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.