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This is the Rohlfing family’s 1988 190 Tournament. Jeff’s Son Quinton aka “Q” is at the helm, he's eight years old and has steadily been learning his piloting skills on this boat. Lake Orion, Michigan.
James Donohue took this picture this weekend on his Freedom 275, while fishing with a few friends in Duxbury, Massachusetts.
Pictured here is Brian Gineo’s 1999 272 Sailfish in Block Island, Rhode Island last weekend the night before hurricane Hermine came through. The family loves spending weekends on their boat and enjoys the freedom to explore new places with the reliability of a Grady hull. The boats name is Panacea.
Pictured here is Ryan Mountjoy’s 1990 Sailfish sitting pretty at Lake Elsinore, in California. Growing up Ryan’s uncle had a 23ft. Gulfstream, he loved that boat so much he went out and found his own Sailfish, re-living happy memories!
Brett L'Esperance sent in this shot of his two girls sitting comfortably in the bow of their 275 Freedom, named Recess. Cruising at about 30 knots, just soaking it all in. They love their GW!
The Thompson family getting ready for a sunset cruise on their 1982 204-C Overnighter named Megabytes.
This picture was taken during the Yarbrough’s maiden voyage on their new 2017 Freedom 275 this 4th of July. (Lake Murray, SC)
Christopher Clark waiting for the weather to clear up offshore at Radio Island Marina in Beaufort, NC. 2016 Canyon 271
Robert and Carol Braswell are ready to enjoy the Fourth aboard their 209 Escape!
Bill Diaz’s 4th Grady pictured here, a 2016 Canyon 306. He loves it...he says "Once you own a Grady you just can't buy anything else !!!” Boat Name: Sandy's Candy Purchased from Quality Boats of Tampa Bay
Beautiful picture of Tom Muller’s Freedom 275 on the Sand bar offshore of Longboat Key, FL. Picture perfect weekend, with amazing water!
Here is a picture from “Wicky” Wilhelm Frisch’s trip last weekend in La Tortue Haiti. There were two Canyons in attendance, a 336 and 376. Wicky said “Of course the Grady's were the best riding boats.”