Explore the Coast with Tips From this Experienced Grady Traveler
Freedom 235 owner, Wayne Poll, says he’s loving life on his Grady-White boat. For the past year, he and his girlfriend, Leslie, have embarked on an exciting journey that with trailering the boat from their home in Columbus, Ohio to Charleston, South Carolina. From there they explored towns all along the coast of South Carolina, Georgia, and the Florida Keys, completing their trek at the Florida Gulf Coast town of Naples. Read more about their journey and the terrific sights they enjoyed along the way.
If you trailer your boat, finding non-ethanol fuel at the pump is becoming more difficult. When you’re unable to fill your boat with non-ethanol fuel, you’ll need to know the different fuel options that do contain ethanol and which to avoid. E-15 can be catastrophic to your engine, do not use it!
Some of the busiest boating days of the season are upon us. Protect yourself and your crew by reviewing these tips for boating in high traffic areas. Following the rules of the waterways and being a defensive captain will ensure you, and everyone boating with you, enjoys the day and returns to the dock safely.
3D-printed reef to improve Pamlico River ecosystem
“This will give a place for juvenile fish to hide and to grow and then to hopefully flourish and repopulate some of the area from just over time, they’ve had a decrease in some of the fish in the area,” said Grady-White Boats Marketing Director Shelley Tubaugh.
On April 20, 2022, the United States Coast Guard’s new fire extinguisher requirements went into effect. These regulation changes affect the expiration date and classification of the marine grade fire extinguishers required on varying boats.
National Safe Boating Week (May 21 – 27) is a good time to refresh your safe boating practices and check your boat’s safety equipment. A quick review will help ensure you and your guests have a great time every time you’re on the water.