2011 Center Console Grady White w/ Yamaha Outboard rig

The new Grady-White Fisherman 209 is an exceptional 20′.

Highlights include a cockpit that is every bit as big as most 25-footers, a clever removable cooler that doubles as forward seating, access to the bow all at deck level, and a handsome, well-engineered optional T-top integrated into the console structure.                

“Our focus in re-engineering this center console was first and foremost to add a useful-sized head area,” says Joey Weller, vice president of sales and marketing for Grady-White. “But that was far from all. Grady-White builds a complete line of ten different center console models from 18 to 36 feet in length and we wanted to integrate some of our bigger center console features into this good-looking 20-footer including the optional T-top. Plus, we’ve made it ready for the new generation of highly efficient Yamaha engines coming to market. We think that a lot of things come together in the Fisherman 209 to create a terrific choice in a smaller Grady-White center console for young families.”

                        “The new Fisherman 209 is designed, of course, to be powered by a single Yamaha four stroke engine and the super-efficient new generation 200 or 250 HP engine is a great match for this boat,” continues Weller. “Combine this efficient power with Grady-White’s exclusive SeaV²® hull, and you really have a wonderful, safe and solid ride at almost any speed and condition.”

                        “We looked to our new 23-foot Fisherman 230 when we worked on creating the head area on the Fisherman 209,” says David Neese,

LOA without outboard 20’ 4”, beam 97”, Max Hp 250,  82 gallon fuel tank

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