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Buddy Barry, the Paul Barry family's black lab, loves cruising the North River in Scituate, MA, on a 2006 Gulfstream 232.
Jake usually likes to keep an eye on what's going on aboard Ken and Lori Anderson's Express 330, "Ginsea", but this longhair dachshund had a long day at sea fishing! Ginsea docks on Goat Island, Newport, RI.
Benton the Boating Cat - Benton travels frequently with Dave and Gayle Valletta's family and is shown here with Leah Valletta aboard their Gulfstream 232, "Sailscall". Benton even rows with them in their dinghy as they make way to their island cottage in the Narragansett Bay.
Micki Mocha's first ride on Louise Merrick's 1990 Overnighter, off West Island on Buzzards Bay. When Micki is not exploring around Cape Cod she works full time visiting over 100 patients daily at Crawford Skilled Nursing in Fall River, MA.
Mischief wears her life jacket to keep safe aboard Dan Madsen's 1978 Challenger 185, out of Sarasota, FL.
Got fish? - Louie wants to know where the fish are! He's a Pembroke Welsh corgi who loves to cruise the waters of Ipswich Bay, MA, on the Steve DiNapoli family's Adventure 208. Aaron is at the wheel!
Daisy Mae is a smiling Grady Buddy that accompanies Betsy and Arthur Strauss aboard their Tournament 205, Penguin.
Grady the lab enjoys his Sunday cruise on Lake Hartwell in South Carolina with Maggie Carter; Kirk Carter was at the wheel of their Escape 209.
Mona is a good boating buddy that accompanies Paul Brown when he dives for artifacts off San Diego, CA, and surrounds, on his Adventure 208.
Proscecco is an Italian dog, a Lagotto Romognolo, and accompanies Emerson and Barbara Wickwire on almost every outing on their Grady 225. He loves to don his life jacket and look for pelicans and dolphin in Boca Grande Pass. His favorite seat is on the bow cushions for his best view. "Great boat for man (and beast)!"
Maggie Mae enjoys Cape Lookout with the Lloyd family on a Tournament 205. Andy Lloyd assures, "No fish were harmed in the making of this photo!"
Here's Barney, the Boating Beagle! His Sailfish 272 is his second Grady-White, according to master Greg Schuler; they moved up from a 208, and can be found in the Seattle Puget Sound area.