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Mike Feretti says he is lovin' life in Lewes, DE, aboard Express 330, Ain't It Greaty!
Wedding Chariot - Penn Graves Lunger and Eric Lunger travelled to their wedding reception in Washington, NC, aboard the Graves family's Sportsman 180. Best wishes to them!
The Alex Barth family takes a boat trip every summer aboard their 2003 Express 330. For 2010 they left their home port of Somers Point, NJ, and traveled to Jamestown, RI, just over 250 miles completed in two days. Here they are on a beautiful beach on the north shore of Long Island where they stopped for a picnic. "Our Grady never disappoints."
Rich Barreto reports that his Grady Beast is still out there running from near shore to mountain lakes to the Keys! This 20-foot 1978 Dolphin resides on Lake Wylie in Tega Cay, South Carolina.
John Zupanovich shares a photo of his 258, Z-Boat, anchored on Mobjack Bay, at the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia.
Ryan Mace says his grandfather is very proud of Jenny Lynne, a 1990 Dolphin 25 that has migrated to southwest Florida after years of enjoyment in New Jersey. Keep on running!
Jamie Ramsey shares this photo of friends Lindsey, Kat, Tim and Rob having fun in Ft Lauderdale, FL, on Grady 273, Liquid Asset. "We also use the boat for USCG Auxilliary patrols."
David and Pam Hainsworth of Virginia trailered their 2005 Islander 270, Light Tackle, cross country for a five-week cruise in Alaskan waters. Great whale watching! When marine mammals surface closer than 100 yards from your boat, keep your engine in neutral until they pass by.
Skip Daynes made his 11th year trip to Telegraph Cove, British Columbia, in 2010 with his Seafarer 228, a 1998 model, trailering 2200 miles round trip from Strawberry Reservoir in Utah. Strawberry has the trout, but B.C. has the salmon, lingcod and halibut!
The Gallegioni family approaches the Golden Gate Bridge of San Francisco in their Marlin 300.
Norman Hirsch shares a tip for storing a dinghy on his Marlin 300: a simple one line clip-on holds his 8'6" West Marine dinghy under the tower. No interference with any functions while boating.
Charlie Peacher caught a nice sunset on the upper Chesapeake Bay aboard his father Chuck Peacher's 1990 Seafarer. Ahhhh!