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Grady-White Salutes a Grady Fanatic for His Service to Our Country and His Loyalty to the Grady-White Dream. Carry on Stephen Muskett!

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The Musketts’ Islander 268 in Marathon Key on a recent 900-mile round trip dive excursion.
Stephen Muskett and his wife, Terry

Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Stephen Muskett was deployed in a war zone and dreamed of the Grady-White he’d own upon his return. Sure enough, days after being back in the States, his dream became reality when he purchased a Seafarer. His new dream? Moving up to an Express 330! And three guesses on his yellow Lab’s name? Grady-White, of course!

“We attended the Grady Fest in Ft. Myers, FL a few years ago and met the Grady team. At that time, I had told some of the people there that I had done a tour in Afghanistan as a Green Beret and promised myself that if I ever I got back, I would get a Grady as my deployment prize for surviving! A week after I at last arrived stateside, I bought my first Grady–a 22' Seafarer. Since then we have bought a 26' Islander and look forward to the day we can get a 33' Express.

In fact, I told many of the Grady company executives and others during an all-hands brief at Grady Fest about my dream of getting a Grady while I was deployed. I love the All-American approach that ‘Grady Built’ implies. The quality and customer service is exceptional. And the boat is wonderful for diving and exploring. We recently completed a 900-mile round trip outing on our Islander, and the adventure and boat were flawless.”