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Love blossoms on a Grady-White!

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David Chappell and his family were assisting Grady-White during a photo shoot in Morehead City in June of 2015. Marketing Vice President Shelley Tubaugh asked if son Ben knew any young ladies of about his age who were boaters, and who might be available to model. Ben knew Sydney Pfaff casually from work at a local restaurant, and asked her if she wanted to participate.

Kris Carroll Honored with 2018 Hammond Marine Industry Leadership Award at 2018 American Boating Congress

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The Foundation for Recreational Boating Safety, Education and Environmental Awareness announces that Grady-White Boats President Kris Carroll is a recipient of the 2018 Hammond Marine Industry Leadership Award for extraordinary service and commitment to advocacy on behalf of the recreational boating industry. Kris was honored at a ceremony during the American Boating Congress (ABC) in Washington, D.C., on May 11.

Grady-White Supporting “Oyster Highway” Project in New River Estuary

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The benefits of healthy oyster populations are myriad in terms not only of a delicious food source, but also as an aid to improving estuarine water quality. But that’s not all, healthy oyster resources are vital to the welfare of important recreational fish species. In North Carolina that includes especially red drum, black drum and spotted seatrout.

Grady-White Fanatics—The Reedys of Maryland: A Four-Generation Grady Family

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The Reedy family’s “Grady bug” started with Gary’s parents, Bill and June Reedy, and their 1988 Seafarer 22. Bill passed away in 2010, and that first family Grady is now owned by his grandson Nick Reedy and Nick’s wife, Katie.

Bi-Partisan “Modern Fish Act” Is Well-Considered and May Deserve Your Support

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All of us at Grady-White are well aware of how important clean water and well-managed, sustainable, and accessible fisheries are to our customers and associates, and really to all who participate in boating and water activities. For us, supporting sustainable recreational fisheries, clean water, and access is not only good policy, it’s good business. As result Grady-White–along with many of our customers and associates–is in favor of current legislation in the United States Senate that may well help ensure long-term conservation and sustainable fisheries while improving access to these fisheries by saltwater anglers.

Get Involved!  Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi) Tagging and Research Opportunities 2018

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Did you know there is important scientific research on dolphinfish (also known as mahi or dorado) that you can participate in as a Grady-White owner or enthusiast and active fisherman? Each year, The Dophinfish Research Program conducts a fish tagging program, providing an opportunity to participate in research that has yielded valuable and fascinating information. More than 4,500 anglers have participated over the years, tagging more than 23,000 fish, and almost 600 fish have been recovered. You may very well want to be involved either by participating in tagging or by making a donation.

2017 Worldwide Dealer Conference

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Grady-White Boats welcomed its worldwide dealer network at its annual conference in Greenville, NC, in October. This year, the opening welcome presentation and dinner was held at the Grady-White facility with the 2018 Grady-White models on display and the factory open for tours.

Grady-White Freedom 235 Selected as One of Five Finalists for Boating Magazine “2017 Boat of The Year”

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Grady-White is known for superbly engineered boats, built by craftsmen that aim to provide, through exceptional attention to detail, the ultimate boating experience for customers in every facet of the ownership experience. Happily, for all of us at Grady-White, and all of our associates, the result of this focus also results in industry recognition, awards, and honors for the things we do. We are proud to announce the latest honor, for one of the new boats in our lineup: The 23-foot Freedom 235 dual console has been named as one of five finalists for Boating magazine’s 2017 Boat of the Year.

Newly Introduced Fisherman 236 Named One of Boating Industry’s “Top Products of 2017”

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Well-known marine industry trade publication Boating Industry announced its Top Products of 2017, selecting 50 of the best new or updated products and services for the model year, ranging from accessories to boats to engines and more. This is the fourth year that Boating Industry has formally recognized these distinctions.

World class customer satisfaction for over 40 years

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For over 40 years, Grady-White Boats has understood and believed in the core principle of working to delight customers. As a result, the company has garnered highest recognitions in every single third-party recognition of excellence in customer satisfaction in the marine industry for over two generations.

Kris Carroll Attends BoatUS National Advisory Council Annual Meeting

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The BoatUS National Advisory Council, a panel of national boating leaders who serve as a sounding board for BoatUS, met end of year 2016 in St. Simons Island, GA, to review key issues affecting recreational boating. Grady-White President Kris Carroll is a member of the panel.

Orca-sniffing dog and researchers aboard a Grady-White aid killer whale conservation effort in Washington State waters

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A 21-foot Grady-White Freedom 205 named Moja, a gorgeous, highly trained and specialized dog with an astonishing nose named Tucker, and a dedicated outfit called Conservation Canines seem so unlikely to have anything do with the preservation of the magnificent beasts known as orca, or killer whales. But looks (and scents) can be quite deceiving, as this group effort is doing a tremendous job in helping to understand the dynamics of disturbance, seawater toxins, and Chinook salmon populations, and the effects on the endangered population of orcas known as Puget Sound’s Southern Resident killer whales.