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Cut Down on Mildew

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When our 192 and 300 are not in use, we place Damp Rid packs in secure buckets throughout the boat to help cut-down on the mildew. ...

Keep Your Refrigerator & Microwave Fresh

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To help keep the refrigerator and microwave "fresh" after use, store a box of baking soda inside. ...

Combat Sea Sickness

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    • Enjoying Your Day, Comfortably
To combat sea sickness, I use the product "trip tone" and a "relief band device". ...

Heavy Duty Felt Pads Work Wonders

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    • Customer-ization: Owners' Personal Touches
Heavy Duty Felt Pads provide protection for your boat and come in a variety of sizes. ...

Recipes

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    • Dining Aboard
The Tarpon Coast Grady-White Club website has great dining recipes. ...

Smithfield Station

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    • Ports of Call and Places to Anchor
I highly recommend Smithfield Station as a destination if you find yourself in southeast Virginia. ...

A Great Grady Adventure: Cruising America's Great Loop By Chris Branch and Russ Otterbine

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    • Ports of Call and Places to Anchor
"America's Great Loop" is accomplished by "Loopers" who cruise or sail the continuous waterways of the eastern portion of North America along the Atlantic Seaboard, through the inland rivers, across the Great Lakes, via more rivers and then around the Gulf of Mexico. ...

Anchor Shade

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    • Enjoying Your Day, Comfortably
The anchor shade from West Marine works great while at anchor or docked. ...

Pirate Families Take to the High Seas of the Northeast

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    • Ports of Call and Places to Anchor
To further a feeling of community among their Grady-White boat owners, Port of Egypt Marine in Southold, NY, encouraged the gathering of a crew that calls themselves the "Port of Egypt Pirates." In their travels to new ports of call, ...

Additional Storage

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I removed the teak rails on the starboard side and installed shock cord. The racks can now hold numerous items that would not fit before. Submitted by Stanton L. Meltzer, Onwer of a 300 Marlin & 232 Gulfstream...

Sealing Hatches

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When sealing a semi-permanent hatch such as a gas tank hatch or the like, try placing...

Clean Up Mildew Spots

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In our never ending quest to remove those pesky black mildew spots that get on our...

Removing Stains

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Dried blood and fish slime on our figerglass deck plates and inner hull liner were difficult stains to remove. ...

Non Slip Deck

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    • Enjoying Your Day, Comfortably
I have found that Nuteak works well for a beautiful non slip deck. ...

An Idea For Storage

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    • Enjoying Your Day, Comfortably
Keep a collapsible bucket on boat for easy storage. ...

It Pays To Be Ready

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
Prepare for docking by putting lines on all cleats and by...

Sump Pump

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    • Maintenance
Hydrogen peroxide is helpful in removing the mildew smell from your shower sump pump. ...

Trailering Safety

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    • Trailering
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For added safety while towing your boat, add tie down straps to secure your boat ...