While you probably do a good job of checking the weather before you head out for a day on your Grady-White boat, it’s equally important to keep an eye on the weather throughout the day. Here are a few good apps for you to consider.
Boat ramps can get hectic, especially early in the morning or late in the afternoon. Here are some tips that will not only make your experience safer but also ensure a more pleasant start and finish to your day.
In all kinds of weather, even 30 mile per hour winds and 10-foot waves, this fanatic always has confidence in his Grady! Read how his 40-year Grady Life journey has shaped the Thomas family’s way of life.
Mystery Boat Entices this Fanatic to Up His Grady Game!
Sailing on Long Island sound with his dad, and fishing with three older brothers off the pier, sparked this Grady Fanatic’s love of the water. However, it was the first exhilarating ride in a Grady-White boat–the purr of the outboard engines, the thrill of fishing offshore–that really hooked him!
If you have never experienced a little spill at the fuel dock, give yourself a hand. Most of us can admit to having at least one overflow, or release through the vent, as we scramble to stop the pump–a cringe worthy act for sure! Here are some helpful procedures to reduce the chance of a spill at the fuel dock.