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The Baratta Family - Sport Fishing Magazine with Grady-White Boats in Montauk, New York. Fan Aubrey Baratta sent us this nice family photo from a recent trip on their 1997 F-26 Tigercat. Here are Kristina (10) and Taylor (5), with a 15-pound Mahi caught 45 miles off the Montauk Lighthouse. Not pictured is Sadie (5 months), their designated observer who took in all the action from her car seat next to the helm.
Sassafras River - Eric Lorenzoni and family enjoying a day along the Sassafras River in Maryland. Eric owns a 2015 209 Fisherman purchased from Taylor Marine Center in Delaware.
Tom and Marge Towers are overjoyed with their new Freedom 285 (Maggie T). They say she ran exceptionally smooth on her maiden cruise to and from Sarasota, which was over 200 miles! Here are some pictures of the Boat Christening that the Towers held along with some members of the Fish Tale Grady-White Club. The Plane that flew over during the Christening of the new Maggie T was a Coast Guard Plane.
Mr. Harold Wray, taking delivery of his 16th Grady White; Freedom 235. Mr. Wray says Grady Whites have added 20 years to his life.
Great family here looking sharp in their well-designed new Freedom 235. The Clare family purchased their Grady-White from A & P Marine in Bermuda! Boat name: Clarebouyant
When you love your Grady-White and your Salesman so much, you want him to marry you on your boat! Ron Young, Salesman from Tri-State Marine in Deale, Maryland got ordained so that he could perform the marriage for this young couple on their 2015 Grady-White Fisherman 257 in the Chesapeake Bay. Who knew the top of the console was just perfect for a 3-tier cupcake stand. Matt & Caitlin Snarr- Deale, MD
Keen McHugh’s eleven year-old grandson, Callum, caught this 29" red drum near Emerald Isle, NC. Frustrating to this young fisherman, the limit for red drum is 27", so he had to release his "big catch." Cal's next hit was a 26 3/4", Callum ended up catching the MOST fish, and in the end was a very happy young angler! They were fishing on McHugh’s 2009 180 Sportsman (50th anniversary edition). Callum traveled with his dad, Michael (Keen’s youngest son), from Chicago during his spring break from school. Also enjoying the trip was Uncle Mike, his cousin Josh, and a friend Gerry. Boat named "NONOOSE" The boat is an inspected U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Operational Facility that logged 130 underway hours last year while offered-for-use under orders. Keen McHugh Tega Cay, SC
Happy Grady owners! Adrienne Hintz and Kevin MacDonald from Devonshire Parrish in Bermuda, pictured here with their new Freedom 235! Boat named: Happy Our again
Comments from Ken Uschelbec of Irmo, South Carolina. I WILL NEVER BUY ANOTHER GRADY! Because I don’t need to. Buy the best, take care of it, the added value vs cost is proof again. Solid as the day I splashed in the Lake. I have been asked "why don't you get a newer boat?", my answer, "why", this is a classic! I say that a man gets one great wife, one great boat, one great dog, one great truck, one great etc. in his lifetime. Fortunately the first two were the first time around! “ 1980 204C Ken & Marianne Uschelbec
Boca Grande Beach- Meet 330 Express owners Dan & Cher Clark pictured here with their kids who came down for July 4th week. They say It was a picture-perfect day, the Gulf was calm and clear and nearly 90 degrees. A remarkable day.
Wilhelm Frisch the 3rd and his family enjoying their Canyon 376 off the northern coast of Haiti, what beautiful water!
Chris McCain and his wife purchased their new Freedom 235 (named Nauti Pirates) from Hubbard Putney at Atlantic Marine in Wrightsville Beach, NC this past spring. Their youngest daughter Lillian loves going out so much that she insisted on hosting her 10th birthday party on it. Her day was filled with tubing, and hanging out at Masonborro Island, along with 8 of her closest friends and her older sister, Jenna. Both daughters have developed a new love for fishing since the McCain’s got their Grady. Here's a couple of shots of their first fish, Jenna with a Black Drum & Lilly with a couple of croakers.