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What We Did on Summer Vacation - Anna Moses, Caroline Turner and Frances Moses are poised aboard the Moses family's Islander 270 at the dock in Hopetown, Abaco. The Moses family, joined by Hal Turner's on a Voyager 248, ventured from Stuart, FL, for a ten-day summer vacation in the Abacos isles. "Wouldn't have done it without the Grady!"
Leardos' New Grady - The Leardo family recently took delivery of an Express 305, purchased from Cannons Marina, Longboat Key, FL. Pictured from left to right are Patrick Jr., Caroline, Patrick Sr., and Mike Leardo.
Sportsman as Library - At dock aboard her family's Sportsman 180 at Fenwick Island, DE, avid reader Ginny Moses enjoys a good book.
First Mate - Deb Birkbeck shares this photo of son Daniel, 17 months, who is stationed at the helm of the family's Tournament 225 while big sister Jillian fishes with dad, Bob. The Birkbecks summer in Ocean Pines, MD.
Boys and Their Gradys - Three times the fun at Old Black Point Beach, Niantic, CT! L-R: Voyager 248 owner Jeff Kozlowski and son, Jake; Tournament 225 owner Greg Toback and son, Ethan; and Gulfstream 232 owner Matt Amaro and son, Nathan. Photo by Amy Napierala.
A Perfect Day - Elizabeth and Leslie Warren enjoy a perfect Grady day out of Dana Point, CA, on the family's Escape 209.
Future Grady Owner - Gerry and Mary Wojkowski of Marston Mills, MA, have a new Gulfstream 232 that they enjoy out of Barnstable Harbor on Cape Cod Bay. Their grandson, Brendan, was at the helm at dock before a family fluke fishing expedition. His mom caught the only keeper of the day.
Grande Triplets - (l-r) Alexander, Katherine and Michael Grande are a precious threesome who make Chris and Malissa Grande's Grady family complete. They own an Advance 247 purchased from Spellmans Marine, Hampton Bays, NY.
Casey, (4), and Cohen (2), taking a ride on grandparents Cliff and Debbie Ingram's Seafarer 226, Shady Grady".
Ocracoke Otter - The Richard Klein family of Virginia Beach, VA, enjoyed a vacation in Ocracoke with their Sailfish 272. While docked in Silver Lake, their Grady was boarded by an otter that opened the aft fish box and dined on fresh caught fish fillets. Rich Klein moved the fish and other edibles into their drink box. An hour later the otter returned to the transom box, found nothing there, and moved to the drink box. As soon as it stuck its head in, Klein scared him off. Wonder if it would have liked a ride?
Grady Wagon - Anne Kasden painted the sides of a dock wagon to match her and husband Lowell's Tournament 225. The wagon is "street legal" because it's sporting a GW license plate! The Kasdens keep their boat outside of Ocean City, MD.
All Smiles - Kielan O'Day fishes with her dad in the Atlantic off New Jersey aboard the family's Tournament 185.