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The Low Country Grady Club group waits to go through a lock on their Savannah River cruise.
Naples Grady Club - The Rod & Gun Club in Everglades City, FL, was the destination for the first Naples Grady Club cruise.
Gradys in Paradise - Members of the new Gradys in Paradise club out of Islamorada, FL, enjoyed a lunch outing in Key Largo in April.
Cape Cod Grady Club - Welcome, Cape Cod Grady-White Club, sponsored by Cataumet Boats out of Cataumet, MA.
Cayo Costa State Park - Tarpon Coast Grady Club members did a dry run overnight trip to Cayo Costa State Park, FL, in preparation for their cruise to the Dry Tortugas. Gathering for a meal are (clockwise from the left seated): David and Steve Saunders, Dan Eisenberg, Judy Buchas, Dan Clark, Julie Eisenberg, Cher Clark, Diann Saunders, Herb and Doris Bomengen. (Clockwise standing:) Jerry Mroczkowski, Cat and Doug Cox, Linda and Frank Muller, Fred Buchas, Geri and Ron Bembry, Doug and Jean Terrell, Charlie Drummond.
Tarpon Coast Grady-White Club - The start of happy hour aboard Marlin 300, "Linda Sue", during a Tarpon Coast Grady-White Club overnight trip to Cayo Costa, FL. Clockwise from the dock: Doug Cox, Ron Bembry, Cher Clark, Geri Bembry, Fred Buchas, Captain Frank Muller and his wife Linda, and Judy Buchas.
First Annual Fish-Tale Grady Club Rendezvous - Members of the newly formed Fish-Tale Grady Club had an Open House/Demo Day event. The club got together and enjoyed a cookout and discussed future events.
Blue Runners trip to Oriental - On a mid-January 2007 afternoon, when most of the United States was struggling under snow and ice, the Grady-White Blue Runners, based on the Crystal Coast of NC, took its first outing by water as a new Grady-White owners club. The club motored out of the Morehead City, NC Turning Basin, up into the ICW, and across the Neuse River, to Oriental, the "Sailing Capital of NC." The Grady-White Blue Runners are shown here gathered in the Turning Basin. Bob and Sandi Malone in "Sargasso" (far right) talk with Steve and Marian Hale in "Bodacious" (center) and Jesse and Evita Bizzell in "Jaz-Ma-Taz".
US Coast Guard Tour - Forty-two members, guests, and families of the Tampa Bay Grady-White Club toured the US Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater on August 26, 2006. They climbed into the cockpits and working areas of the USCG sea and land rescue aircraft, the C-130 "HERCULES" and one of their 12 state-of-the art Sikorsky HH-60 "JAYHAWK" helicopters. Clearwater is the largest and busiest of the Coast Guard stations. Their areas of operations include the Gulf Coast, the Caribbean, and the Bahamas. They were involved in hurricane rescues in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast as well as the rescues from vessels at sea. They also play a major role in the governments anti-drug and migrant smuggling operations.
Steinhatchee Scallop Warriors - A group of 94 members and guests of the Tampa Bay Grady-White Club met for the fifth annual Steinhatchee Scallop Warriors outting at Paceis Cottages and Sea Hag Marina in Steinhatchee July 26-30, 2006. The group included ten Grady-Whites and six "SOBs" (some other boats) along with thirty-four children who found scallops, starfish, sea urchins, whelks, live shells, and some interesting fish including a small nurse shark that the kept catching over and over at the dock.
Tampa Bay Grady-White Club - When poor weather was forecast for the east coast of Florida, the Tampa Bay Grady-White Club cancelled their trip to Stuart October 18th-23rd. Plans were quickly put together for a long weekend escape to the Captiva - Sanibel area by several of the members, Bill and Judy Eckerle took their Sailfish 282, Dream Maker to South Seas Resort. Joining them were Norm Englert and his sister Jill and husband Darrell visiting from Ohio. John and Dixie Buick came from Cape Coral. Also joining by car on Saturday were Greg and Wynemia Aterburn. Although no fishing was done, all enjoyed great meals at some of their favorite spots like the Bubble Room and the Mucky Duck. Two lunches were done by boat at Cabbage Key and Pine Island. They were blessed with beautiful weather and an abundance of wildlife, manatees, dolphin, osprey and sea turtles. This group enjoys Grady trips so much and hate to cancel, if they can get one boat in the water ---- they're going !!. Good Grady times, Great Grady friends!!
The newly formed Lake Erie Grady-White Owners Club enjoyed the festivities at Beaver Park Marina's annual Grady-White owners tournament. Marina employee and tournament host Bill Jeancola is very proud of the success of these events stating "what began as some sporting fun has blossomed into strong friendships among us all, we look forward to our events together. Grady-White owners are unique, passionate people who love their boats." Bill should know, he owns one too!