Grady-White adds Webasto sunroof to Freedom 375

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Webasto’s Series 40 Marine Sunroof is now standard on the new Grady-White Freedom 375 sportfish boat.

Both the boat and sunroof will debut at the Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show, which takes place Feb. 14-18 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

"We are pleased to see our Webasto product used on the new Grady-White Freedom 375, complemented by the other top-of-the-line equipment being showcased on this new model," Webasto marine division director David Wollard said in a statement.

Grady-White also added new specialized features and the company is branding the sunroof as the Grady-White AirView2 (AV2) Hardtop Enclosure.

The Webasto Series 40 features an E-Drive system that self-calibrates. The sliding sunroof operates on 12V DC.

Established in 1959, Grady-White builds saltwater center console, dual console, express and walkaround cuddy cabin sportfishing and coastal family boats from 18 to 36 feet.

Webasto's Series 40 Marine Sunroof will be on display at the Miami International Boat Show in the company's booth T100 and in Grady-White's booths P31 and P36.

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