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. ...


Fuel System Tank Filling: Proper fueling helps ensure safety and efficiency (2771 views)  


Last Modified Sep 17, 2012 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
Thanks to the innovative SeaV2 hull design, Grady-Whites are naturally fuel efficient, so you get more bang for your buck at the pump. When it’s time to refuel, be sure you’re using the proper technique as shown in this video.   ...


The Proper Props (2239 views)  


Last Modified Mar 15, 2011 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
The numbers and letters associated with a boat’s propeller designation often don’t mean much to boat owners. When we are talking about propellers, a 15½ × ...


Why Not Run Engine with Battery Switch on "Both" (2071 views)  


Created on Feb 04, 2011 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
I would like to know why not run engine with battery switch on "both" as recommended on the Maintenance Guide....I do it every time out on the water without a known problem.  Robert Van Meter ...


Safely Using Shore Power: Safe dockside power connection made easy. (1490 views)  


Last Modified Apr 19, 2012 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
Eric Sorensen, author of Sorensen's Guide to Powerboats, helped us with a video to explain in simple terms how to safely and surely connect to shore power to run your Grady-White’s onboard electrical equipment and appliances.   ...


Fuel System Tank Filling: Proper fueling helps ensure safety and efficiency  


Last Modified Sep 18, 2012 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
Thanks to the innovative SeaV2 hull design, Grady-Whites are naturally fuel efficient, so you get more bang for your buck at the pump. When it’s time to refuel, be sure you’re using the proper technique as shown in this video.   ...


Safely Using Shore Power: Safe dockside power connection made easy.  


Last Modified Apr 20, 2012 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
Eric Sorensen, author of Sorensen's Guide to Powerboats, helped us with a video to explain in simple terms how to safely and surely connect to shore power to run your Grady-White’s onboard electrical equipment and appliances.   ...


Be selective!  


Last Modified Jan 31, 2012 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
Here’s the right way to use fuel system selector switches. ...


Use your electrical systems safely and efficiently.  


Last Modified Sep 29, 2011 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
Many larger Grady-Whites including the 290, 300, 305, 330, 336...


The Efficiency Factor: Using Your Fuel System Properly  


Last Modified Aug 30, 2011 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
Grady-White’s great riding SeaV2® hull combined with today’s lightweight yet powerful 4-stroke outboard engines create a superior combination that is as reliable and efficient as boating has ever...


Battery Select Switches  


Last Modified Aug 30, 2011 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
              Battery select switches are found on boats with two or more batteries. They...


The Proper Props  


Last Modified Mar 15, 2011 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
The numbers and letters associated with a boat’s propeller designation often don’t mean much to boat owners. When we are talking about propellers, a 15½ × ...


Use your dockside power safely and efficiently.  


Last Modified Feb 23, 2011 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
              The dockside power feature allows the use of...


Why Not Run Engine with Battery Switch on "Both"  


Created on Feb 04, 2011 - in Power Points: Performance and Efficiency    
I would like to know why not run engine with battery switch on "both" as recommended on the Maintenance Guide....I do it every time out on the water without a known problem.  Robert Van Meter ...


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