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One proud father - Anna Hiatt holding her first tuna with her father Michael. A family-fishing trip, she and her sister, Molly, caught their first tuna on the Hiatt's new 232 Gulfstream.
Jared Garber holding up his first fish ever AND the first on his father Jeff's Freedom 205, The Garbers 5. Jared saw his work pay off at the end of the line.
"Memory Maker" - A perfect name for James Belknap's 265 Express. He and Jimmy recently caught this nice dolphin on the "Memory Maker" off Manasquan, NJ. A fitting name for an awesome occasion.
The Ghostine Family spent around 40 days in the Bahamas where they explored The Abacos, Eleuthera, and Grand Bahama in their Express 370. Great memories on a great boat!
The Kedas Crew - Chris Kedas and his family had a great time out on their Fisherman 257
Grady Masterpiece - What an awesome picture drawn by kindergartner Owen Kedas! The drawing was submitted by Owen's father Chris Kedas who says that Owen was inspired to create this masterpiece after he and his family participated in the Grady-White Perch Fishing Tournament. Thank you guys for sharing! We hope that there will be many more memories made on your Grady!
Family Time is the Best Time - What a great shot sent in by Pat Zender of his son, Derek, and granddaughter, Presley, at the Orcas over the summer working on Presley's boating legs on Pat's Gulfstream 232, "Sweet Pea"
One...two...three!!! - Sam and Nate Schwartz taking the plunge off the families 2004 Advance 257, "Captain & the Kids".
Kicked back & enjoying the ride! - Wayne and Paula Pecina’s grandson Teddy living the Grady life on their Freedom 275.
"By far the best boat I have ever owned." - Roberto Mulfari, wife Corinne and their two sons Mattia and Luca love their 306 Bimini, "Rafiki". They enjoy fishing trips, diving and most family outings in the Red Sea reefs. In this picture they were visiting a beautiful island north of Jeddah. This particular day started as a fabulous day but within a matter of 20 minutes a bad storm began with waves reaching up to six feet! Thankfully aboard their Grady the family made it back to shore with no problem!
Nick D' Aiello bought his new Fisherman 209 this past summer and has had a blast with it. The family loves it. Today was bitter sweet for the D' Aiello’s, it was the last day on the water until 2017. Nick said it couldn't have been a more perfect way to end the season- with a 42 inch bass, caught in Raritan Bay off of Staten Island NY.
This past fall Alan and Pam Murray took their Express 360, Sweet Caroline III from Gloucester, MA to Nantucket to celebrate Alan’s 50th birthday. On the way back they were off the coast of Provincetown, MA. The whales were in abundance. They knew one was close by their boat but never dreamed it was this close, guess the whale wanted to check out their beautiful Grady! This is the Murray's third Grady-White.