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Walkaround the Grady - Eiko loves the walkaround of the Greg Surles family's Marlin 300. It's more like a runaround for him, as he's constantly circling the boat to see what's going on!
Here's Grady-White McAllister (yes, that's his registered name) enjoying the islands of North Clearwater Beach aboard Darrin and Katie McAllister's Journey 258.
Little Mate - Ginger loves to be on her Voyager 248 as much as being in the water. The Les Ravitz family is from Alexandria, VA.
Abacos Captain - KC the cat is in charge of "Teamwork", an Express 330 that cruised the Abacos this winter with "slaves" Bill and Bettie Sue Cowsert.
Michigan Buddy - Gilmore, a small Munsterlander pointer, enjoys a cruise on Lake Michigan at the helm of the Mark Comnick family's Tournament 190.
Molly Brown is a Lake Hartwell, SC, buddy who enjoys boating with Rebecca and Craig Nixon in their Escape 209.
Frankfurter the Dachshund - Frank (for short) is the grandpup of Harry and Eileen Hoch. He loves to spend weekends at Schooner Island Marina in Wildwood, NJ, and go for boat rides on the family's Express 330. He's the first mate! His mom Kathleen Hoch sends in this picture.
Here's Holly the Yorkie at 9 months, enjoying a day at Kent Narrows on the Chesapeake aboard Steven Petri's Marlin 300, Sea Scale, that along with eight other boats including three Gradys rafted up for Labor Day.
Captain Jack - Jackson the Bichon sits at the helm of Express 330, Morningstar, owned by Bill and Pam Doyle who report that their buddy "loves the Grady Life!"
Jerry Hubeny reports that his daughter's dog, Sam, loves to boat around Boston on the family's 2006 Express 330.
Nose for Fun - Cassidy decided she'd spend some time below in the aft cabin berth of Wayne and Allison Crowther's Sailfish 282, "Two Crows". The Crowthers are from Avalon, NJ.
First, Last - Jake is a 4-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback, and his policy is simple regarding traveling with John and Ricki Braun in their Tournament 225: he is first in and last out! The family boats in the 1000 Islands Region of the St. Lawrence River, and docks in French Creek at Clayton, NY.