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Boat View - After a long journey to Gilligan's Island the Lake Erie Crew anchored down, ready to be stranded! The boat on the left is the Wilch's Adventure 208 "School 'O FishL", the boat in the background is the South Shore Marine Canyon 336, and pictured on the right is Ted & Paula Krueger's Fisherman 180.
A Couple of Great Flags! - The Lake Erie Grady-White Owner’s Club was flying their flag proudly on the bow of Mike and Michelle's Adventure 208 on their way to "Gilligan's Island".
Gulfstream Grady Group Bahamas Trip - The Gulfstream Grady Group took a trip to the West End-Green Turtle, Bahamas. The memorable trip, in parts was described by a member as "I witnessed cooperation, communication, harmony, and togetherness - a beautiful sight," and "Words do it no justice."
Texas-sized firework celebration - Lone Star Grady-White Club celebrated July 4th with dinner and fireworks at the Lakewood Yacht Club. From Lakewood's point on Clear Lake, they could see 4 different fireworks shows! A special Grady thanks for Eric and Mary Moorehead organizing a great Independence Day celebration.
Planning out excitement - Plans were made on South Florida Grady-White Club future activities. They also decided to meet once a month to achieve these goals. They are aiming for at least three events a year, boat trips and are interested in inviting guest speakers on boat detailing, electronics, fishing techniques, etc. to their meetings.
Great turnout for first-timers - The new South Florida Grady-White Club had 14 boats represented and 21 Grady owners in attendance.
Who wants dessert? - A great looking cake to top-off the Somers Point Grady-White Club's Fishing Tournament & Barbecue. A success and one of several more Somers Point GW opportunities to follow!
Beautiful sign thanks to members like these! - Special thanks to Libby and Danny Tsitouris, for the wonderful banner they had made for the Tidewater Grady-White Club, in Norfolk, Va. They joined in 2012 and this is a sample of their involvement. The club is fortunate to have active members like this and their gift. Great work!
Tom Corogin telling the tale of his recent ocean adventure - At the age of 84, Tom Corogin attempted to solo sail from San Diego and around the tip of South America. Tom had sailed 5,000 miles when disaster struck, caught in a severe storm 4 days out, damaging communications and his mast. Tom was rescued by a Japanese Merchant ship. In this extremely remote area of the South Pacific, the Japanese ship only makes this trip twice a year and just happened to be in route during Tom's moment of need. This was Tom's 7th attempt to sail around South America. Tom would have been the oldest person to sail around Cape Horn.
Tom Corogin doing a demoing for Lake Erie GW Club - On how to tie a bowline with one hand... In only a couple of seconds!
Bill and Rosanne Rissel of the Tarpon Coast GW Club - A Breathtaking view of the first sunset cruise along Charlotte Harbor in Punta Gorda, Florida. Bill and Rosanne Rissel of the Tarpon Coast GW Club recently purchased a 2014 Freedom 275 . They enjoy using their boat for both fishing and entertaining.
Tarpon Coast Grady-White Club - Members of the Tarpon Coast GWC, Dan and Cher Clark, participated in the christening and maiden voyage of Mark and Jeanna Osterhaus’ new GW, "Name of the Wind".