Tips and ideas from fellow Grady-White owners and enthusiasts to help make every day on the water fun and more rewarding for you and your family.

 

Everyday prop care and maintenance   


Last Modified Oct 22, 2014 - in Deckhand's Maintenance Tricks    
Before you head out on the water, take a minute to look for potential issues you might have missed when you last put up your Grady-White–things like fishing line or debris wrapped around the prop shaft. Make sure the prop nuts and fittings are tight. ...


Polishing your propeller  


Last Modified Sep 29, 2014 - in Deckhand's Maintenance Tricks    
Thanks to performance, durability and great looks, Grady-Whites boats are factory equipped with reliable Yamaha engine(s) along with stainless props.  And though the props are “stainless” that doesn’t mean they are “stain proof.”...


A Great Grady Adventure: Cruising America's Great Loop By Chris Branch and Russ Otterbine (1815 views)  


Last Modified Jul 24, 2009 - in Ports of Call and Places to Anchor    
When Russ Otterbine and Chris Branch of Pinellas County, FL, went to the 2006 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, they fell in love with Grady-White's Express 330. Russ and Chris had boated extensively around Florida, the Bahamas and the Great La...


North to Alaska: A Great Grady Adventure Combines Cross-Country Trailering and Cruising Our Last Frontier (1278 views)  


Created on Jul 24, 2009 - in Ports of Call and Places to Anchor    
Four thousand road miles across the USA and Canada—each way. Six weeks of exploring the natural and historic wonders of the Inside Passage and Interior. A Florida couple makes a fourth trek in their third Grady-White seeking amazing wildl...


Pirate Families Take to the High Seas of the Northeast (1022 views)  


Last Modified Jul 23, 2009 - in Ports of Call and Places to Anchor    
To further a feeling of community among their Grady-White boat owners, Port of Egypt Marine in Southold, NY, encouraged the gathering of a crew that calls themselves the "Port of Egypt Pirates." In their travels to new ports of call, th...


Smithfield Station (568 views)  


Last Modified Jul 24, 2009 - in Ports of Call and Places to Anchor    
 I highly recommend Smithfield Station as a destination if you find yourself in southeast Virginia. It is located in the historic town of Smithfield and can be reached by boat via the James and Pagen rivers. You can choose to stay on your boat (services include electric, water, internet, cab...


Florida Resorts and Marinas (402 views)  


Created on Sep 21, 2012 - in Ports of Call and Places to Anchor    
Here are some places to consider for your boating pleasure.    -- Longboat Key Resort and Marina -near Sarasota, Flor...


How's My Waterway   


Last Modified Oct 26, 2012 - in Ports of Call and Places to Anchor    
Find out information about the conditions of your local waterways by visiting the US Environmental Protection Agency's new app and website How's My Waterway http://watersgeo....


Florida Resorts and Marinas  


Created on Sep 21, 2012 - in Ports of Call and Places to Anchor    
Here are some places to consider for your boating pleasure.    -- Longboat Key Resort and Marina -near Sarasota, Flor...


Smithfield Station  


Last Modified Jul 24, 2009 - in Ports of Call and Places to Anchor    
 I highly recommend Smithfield Station as a destination if you find yourself in southeast Virginia. It is located in the historic town of Smithfield and can be reached by boat via the James and Pagen rivers. You can choose to stay on your boat (services include electric, water, internet, cab...


A Great Grady Adventure: Cruising America's Great Loop By Chris Branch and Russ Otterbine  


Last Modified Jul 24, 2009 - in Ports of Call and Places to Anchor    
When Russ Otterbine and Chris Branch of Pinellas County, FL, went to the 2006 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, they fell in love with Grady-White's Express 330. Russ and Chris had boated extensively around Florida, the Bahamas and the Great La...


North to Alaska: A Great Grady Adventure Combines Cross-Country Trailering and Cruising Our Last Frontier  


Created on Jul 24, 2009 - in Ports of Call and Places to Anchor    
Four thousand road miles across the USA and Canada—each way. Six weeks of exploring the natural and historic wonders of the Inside Passage and Interior. A Florida couple makes a fourth trek in their third Grady-White seeking amazing wildl...


Pirate Families Take to the High Seas of the Northeast  


Last Modified Jul 23, 2009 - in Ports of Call and Places to Anchor    
To further a feeling of community among their Grady-White boat owners, Port of Egypt Marine in Southold, NY, encouraged the gathering of a crew that calls themselves the "Port of Egypt Pirates." In their travels to new ports of call, th...


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