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Lynn & Sandi Rowe were visiting ENC with some friends and wanted to stop by the plant to see their Freedom 235 in production. They also own a Freedom 205.
Steve, Stephanie, and Kelsey Eastman were in town for Kelsey's graduation and wanted to see the factory. They currently own a 232 Gulfstream, and do their boating in the Chesapeake Bay.
Jeff and Laura Zupan toured the plant to see our factory. They are purchasing a Freedom 275 from Quality Boats in Clearwater Florida. Welcome to the Grady Life!
Charles & Barbara Cocca toured the plant from Forked River New Jersey to see their new Gulfstream 232 while in production. Pictured here with Executive Vice President Mark Doggett.
John & Beth Muter toured the plant with Bryan Harris from Park Boat Company in Washington, NC. They have a Fisherman 257 in production. This will be there 2nd Grady-White! The Muter’s are from Zebulon and do their boating in the Pamlico Sound. Pictured here with Executive Vice President Mark Doggett.
Dave and Mary Sufczynski toured the plant from Michigan. They just took delivery of a Freedom 275! They met Executive Vice President Mark Doggett while visiting.
David & Bessie Augsburger toured the plant from Ohio. They own a Tournament 225 and are interested in a Freedom 235. They do their boating in the Charlotte Harbor Florida area. They also brought their puppy along for the tour.
Steven & Dana Unrath toured the plant to see where their new 191 Coastal Explorer was made. They do their boating in the Potomac River, the Chesapeake, and in OBX.
Ray & Jane Truting toured the plant to see where the 282 Sailfish was made. They are from Punta Gorda Florida.
Michael & Heather Achilles toured the plant to see where there 228 Seafarer was made. They do there boating in Lake Winnipesaukee along the New Hampshire coast. Pictured here with Mark Doggett, Executive Vice President.
James Brannock toured the plant to see the families Fisherman 257 while in production. This is their second Grady-White! Their previous boat was Fisherman 180, which they outgrew.
Michael Restuccia and his son also named Michael came to see their 300 Marlin in production. They purchased their boat from Comstock Yacht Sales & Marina in Brick, NJ.