On August 4th, 2020, President, Donald Trump signed into law the Great American Outdoors Act, overwhelmingly bipartisan legislation, that will create more safe and sustainable recreation access for all Americans.
On The Water shares this recipe for a simple Portuguese onion sauce that’s a perfect compliment to fresh caught sea bass. With COVID-19 restrictions, we’re all spending more time on our boats and hopefully you’re filling the cooler with fish! Try this simple one pan dish for an extra flavorful dinner.
As the pandemic continues you might find yourself deciding to go ahead with that boat trip you’ve been planning. Following these safety guidelines and doing some homework before you leave can make it a pleasant experience. Here are some things to consider before you push away from the dock.
With camps closed and school schedules changing, many are looking for child-friendly entertainment. Fishing is a fun activity for both children and adults. Before you embark on a family fishing expedition here are a few tips to consider.
From a 52-foot cruiser to small lake boats, Dan Parks has owned more than 20 boats in his lifetime, but his new Grady-White Freedom 325’s ride and performance has made him a Grady customer for life. “I won’t stray to another brand,” he says as he notes the many reasons why.
NOAA Fisheries recently issued the final ruling regarding the requirement of rigged and ready for use descending devices on board all recreational boats that are fishing for or possess snapper-grouper species in South Atlantic federal waters. The rule will take effect on July 15, 2020 and applies to all commercial, for-hire and private recreational vessels.
Terry Early’s introduction to boating began as a young boy spending vacations and weekends at Lake of the Ozarks, MO, where his father always had small power boats. After college, Terry moved to Houston, TX, where he primarily sailed on Galveston Bay. After a few trips to the Gulf Coast, Terry got “salt in his veins” and knew he wanted to spend more time on a body of water that allowed more exploration and travel options.
Long before social distancing, David and Cathy Orlando had it down pat, at least on Friday nights. Now that they’ve had to practice social distancing for weeks on end, they’ve found a way to stay safe and still enjoy time with friends–all thanks to their Grady-White boat.
After weeks of being inside due to COVID-19, we know that life as we have known it is changing. With schools being closed, camps being cancelled, and vacations being put on hold, it’s a great time to turn to boating as a way to enjoy family time and staycations.
We hope this message finds you well and that it helps you think of happier times ahead, on the water of course! Take a moment and view our Grady-White – Keep Dreaming video for a little hope and focus on brighter days to come. At Grady-White, we’re always here to support our employees, customers, and community. If you are able to get away from it all on your boat, please practice #ResponsibleRecreation—taking necessary precautions, including social distancing at the dock, the marina, and on the water. All the best to you now and in the future.
“That’s the only way you’re going to ever own a boat,” said Kate Sweetser when her husband, Tom, said he was going to purchase a $10 raffle ticket from the Gulf Coast Conservation Association for a chance to win a Grady-White Fisherman 204. That was in the summer of 1991, when Tom and Kate first moved to Alabama and attended the Dauphin Island Fishing Rodeo. Fast forward 29 years and they have just purchased their fifth Grady-White, a new Freedom 235.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) has once again awarded Grady-White Boats the Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) award, the marine trade association’s top recognition for customer satisfaction measured by new boat buyers. Grady-White has received this award for excellence in the fiberglass outboard boat division every year since the survey’s inception 18 years ago.
You asked for a lighter blue option and in true Grady style we delivered with a new gelcoat color, Ocean Mist Blue–A beautiful pale blue that makes your boat one with the sea, like the mist that forms off the ocean waves as they roll into shore.
Congressman Greg Murphy recently visited the Grady-White Boats manufacturing facility where he interacted with employees and discussed a variety of issues important to the boating industry and manufacturing.