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The Ewing Family - Dennis Ewing toured the plant on 1/6/15 with Ruth, Ben, and Ron Ewing. He was also accompanied by Mark Tatiossian. Steve Camp was their tour guide. Dennis boats in the Cheasapeake Bay with his.
Jim Utterback toured the plant with his friend Toni on 1/19/2015. Jim owns a Seafarer 226. He does his boating in the Chesapeake Bay.
Burt and Eileen Wahlburg toured the plant 10-10-14 with their daughter Julie Lang, her husband Bryce Lang, and their grandson Ian Lang. Burt and Eileen live in Punta Gorda, Florida and recently purchased a GW-370 from Ingman (which they saw being built in Assembly A). They all got to meet Kris during their tour.
Jim and Brenda Clemmer from Sanibel, FL came to tour the plant on 9-25-14. They were interested in seeing the Freedom 307 and expressed interest in having a boat with a cabin for their dogs. The Clemmer's were getting ready to place an order with their dealer at the time of the tour. Jim runs a medical device manufacturing company. Jim and Brenda met Kris during their tour.
Mark and Lynda Zarrow of Reading, MA toured the plant on 9-25-14. The Zarrow's currently own a Tournament 225 and are interested in a Freedom 285. They love their boat and use it when boating in Cape Ann. Mark and Lynda got to meet Shelley during their tour.
Link and Tracy Groom visited the plant for a tour on 9/26/14. Link and Tracy do their boating on their GW-282 in the Charleston area. They were interested in seeing our 30 foot models. The Groom's met Kris at the end of their tour.
Jim and Karen Aldridge of LaGrange, NC toured the plant on 8-12-14. The Aldridge's are remodeling their Marlin 300 with new parts, etc. They do their boating in Atlantic Beach and they love their boat and really enjoyed the tour!
This picture is the first of a series of photos submitted by Hayden Acheson that highlight the process of building and delivering their Journey 258 "Sea La Vie"! All Grady-Whites start with a hand-laid fiberglass hull which ensures uniformity and strength. (1 of 6)
Once the hull is checked for flaws, construction of the boat continues. (2 of 6)
After the hull is completed engines and accessories can be equipped. This is when things start to get fun! (3 of 6)
The Acheson's 258 made a quick stop at the Vancouver Boat Show in British Columbia! That's one good looking Grady! (4 of 6)
Finally the boat arrives at the dock! Pam is the first to get a shot with their new boat! (5 of 6)