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Grady-White debuts new 25-foot center console

Grady-White is entering the coastal explorer category with its new 251-CE.

The boat is designed to navigate back waters, beaches, waterways, sounds and inlets, the company announced.

Although the center console is created for inshore use, it also has offshore capability and is not considered a bayboat.

Low gunwales provide easy access to the water, and a bow ladder for beaching. The low profile is new for Grady-White. Transformable seats forward and aft go from bench-style to lounge.

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