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.

 

BoatUS Online Course: All About Marine Radios  


Created on Jul 17, 2015 - in Boat Handling / Seamanship    
Chances are the most important piece of safety gear aboard your Grady-White is the marine radio...and it's one of the least understood. A partnership between US Power Squadrons and BoatUS Foundation aims to improve boaters' knowledge with the new online course, Al...


Fish Tacos  


Created on Jul 17, 2015 - in Dining Aboard    
Ingredients Six servings ...


Quick Reference Maintenance Guide (21563 views)  


Last Modified Jan 19, 2010 - in Deckhand's Maintenance Tricks    
NOTE: Please refer to your owner's manual for more details. You may also s...


Tying Your Boat in Its Slip: It's safety first when making fast to the dock (8209 views)  


Last Modified Jul 23, 2013 - in Boat Handling / Seamanship    
Learn the ropes, not just the knots, when you tie the boat to the dock. Watch this video for a few simple tips and tricks that help around the boat slip.   ...


Fuel System Tank Filling: Proper fueling helps ensure safety and efficiency (3745 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.   ...


Clean Up Mildew Spots (3421 views)  


Last Modified Jan 23, 2010 - in Deckhand's Maintenance Tricks    
In our never ending quest to remove those pesky black mildew...


Spring Tip: Freshwater Flush (3415 views)  


Last Modified Mar 20, 2014 - in Deckhand's Maintenance Tricks    
With the arrival of warm weather, boating season now is a good time to flush your freshwater system and then refill your tank(s). Water in tanks sometimes stagnates for weeks at a time and can develop an odor from bacteria. There are many products ...


Navigating Shallow Water by Pete McDonald  


Last Modified Jan 28, 2013 - in Boat Handling / Seamanship    
No one wants to run aground unexpectedly. Pete McDonald suggests nine tactics in a SportFishing magazine online article that use your sen...


Dehumidifier  


Last Modified Jan 02, 2013 - in Customer-ization: Owners' Personal Touches    
  For the past three years, we have been using the West Marine air dryer with fan for a dehumidifier in our cabin.  The result has been a complete mold reduction.  It is easy to use, just plug it in.  No water drainage to deal w...


Bird Watching  


Last Modified Nov 28, 2012 - in Enjoying Your Day, Comfortably    
My dad always taught me to read the color of the water to judge depth, but one other trick he showed me was to watch for groups of birds on the water.  They usually swim and fish where there are mounds or shallow spots.  If you spot a group of birds swimmi...


Boating Etiquette: Wake Crossing  


Created on Nov 14, 2012 - in Boat Handling / Seamanship    
On crowded, choppy water, especially on large lakes and coastal waters, wakes can be challenging. It's important to know the best way to cross a wake. Here are some good wake-crossing tips: If traffic allows, turn your direction to be almost parallel to the wake ...


Freezer Box Operation: This useful option extends your boating possibilities  


Created on Nov 12, 2012 - in From Start to FINish: Fishin' Tips    
The freezer boxes on several Grady-White models can be used as freezers, refrigerators or insulated storage. To ensure the most efficient operation possible, watch this short video on freezer box usage.   ...


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....


Storage Is Always At A Premium  


Created on Oct 26, 2012 - in Customer-ization: Owners' Personal Touches    
 At the end of a cruise or fishing trip, I drain and rinse my live-well, then I place my cans of water, pop, etc. in the well before it is put into a dry dock at the Marina.        ...


Thermofoil (Wood-Grain Accents) Care and Cleaning Guide  


Last Modified Oct 19, 2012 - in Deckhand's Maintenance Tricks    
Regular Care and Cleaning (normal maintenance) Always use mild dish soap and a cotton cloth or non-abrasive sponge for cleaning purposes. A 50/50 mixture of water and Simple Green is acceptable too. ...


Visit the U.S. Coast Guard's Boating Safety Website  


Last Modified Oct 15, 2012 - in Boat Handling / Seamanship    
The U.S. Coast Guard’s Boating Safety website...


Using Your Livewell: Get the most out of this convenient and useful feature  


Created on Oct 12, 2012 - in From Start to FINish: Fishin' Tips    
Grady-White livewells are fully insulated and equipped with a full-column distribution plenum to evenly circulate fresh seawater from top to bottom. Watch this short video to learn how to use this handy feature.   ...


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