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Four Fire Extinguisher Myths Debunked

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
Learn about four fire extinguisher misconceptions in this video from the BoatUS Foundation.

Calibrating Your Trim Tabs

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
    • Performance and Efficiency
    • Enjoying Your Day, Comfortably
Boating expert Eric Sorensen gives a video demonstration of the simple but important task of calibrating trim tabs for proper performance.

Planning Your Purchase

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    • Customer-ization: Owners' Personal Touches
    • Enjoying Your Day, Comfortably
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    • Fishing
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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
    • Trailering
    • Maintenance
Thanks to Jim Hendricks and Sport Fishing magazine for "25 steps to buying and equipping your ultimate sportfishing boat."

Using Headway, Wind and Current at the Dock

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
    • Performance and Efficiency
Well-known boating authority and expert boat handler Eric Sorensen demonstrates a few "tricks of the trade" in handling your Grady-White as you approach the dock.

Hot Crab and Oyster Dip

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    • Dining Aboard
Yum! Just in time for the holidays...a rich and cheesy crab and oyster dip with an optional zip of just a very little spicy heat.

Boat Storage: Which Method Is Best for You?

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    • Maintenance
The easier it is to get your boat out of storage, the more often you’ll use it. Here, we help you weigh your options.

Trim Tabs

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
    • Performance and Efficiency
One of the most often-asked questions about boat operation is how best to use trim tabs. Take a look at expert boat captain Eric Sorensen as he explains tips.

Fender Tying

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
Learn how to use fenders to protect your boat when tying up at a dock.

Tying to a Piling

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
Eric Sorensen shows us some "tricks of the trade" in tying up safely and securely to a piling.

New England Clam Chowder

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    • Dining Aboard
Our New England Grady-White owners call it “Clem Chowda,” but however you pronounce it, it’s delicious!

Summer Days In and On the Water

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    • Enjoying Your Day, Comfortably
    • Fishing
    • Dining Aboard
Here's a checklist for great family days on the Grady.

Striped Bass with Herbs

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    • Dining Aboard
Try this great recipe featuring parsley, chives, dill and more.

Get More Out of Your GPS/Chartplotter

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
“How to Use GPS” is the newest online course from the BoatUS Foundation

Top Ten Boating Apps

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
Learn about ten great mobile apps that help boaters and fisherman.

Grilled Mahi with Mango Salsa

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    • Dining Aboard
Dress up your mahi-mahi with a sweet mango salsa for a healthy and palate-pleasing summer dish.

How to remove mildew from exposed sealants

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    • Maintenance
For years boat owners have struggled to remove the mildew that inevitably grows in cracks and crevices. With a recommendation from one of our dealers, we did our own trial test and verified the solution!

Smoked Bluefish Pâté

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    • Dining Aboard
Bluefish is one of the most popular game fish in the world. Did you know these fighters make a delicious smoked fish pâté? (Trout works great, too.)