Advantages Fast, Seaworthy, and Economical to run
Disadvantages No cuddy cabin to get out of the weather
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Grady White Sportsman 180
The Grady White Sportsman 180 is a perfect inshore fish killing machine. I've had my 2005 Sportsman 180 since new and have had no complaints or problems in the 100 hours I have put on it. Living in San Diego, the boat is perfect for 3/4 day trips to the Coronado Islands, or further out to the 425 and other fishing spots. The boat is also easily trailered for trips down to Baja California. Lastly, adding trim tabs to the boat is like adding 2 feet to its length.The Sportsman 180 is a very seaworthy vessel and is the biggest feeling/acting boat in its class. I also want to mention that this boat powered with a Yamaha F150 4-stroke is very economical, getting nearly 5 miles per gallon at 30 knots. Couple that with a 60 gallon fuel tank and you have a boat with a lot of range.
I am very glad I bought the Grady White over the other boats I was considering and would make the same decision if I had to do it again.
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