Pollution ruins the water for everybody. It kills fish and wildlife, detracts from the beauty of the landscape, and contaminates waterways. Respect the water by being an environmentally friendly boater.
- Protect local wildlife by reducing your wake near the shoreline, and learn more about managing your wake in this Customer Tips article.
- Make sure the water is deep enough for your watercraft. If the water is too shallow, your boat could harm local vegetation or wildlife.
- Be careful when replacing your oil or refueling not to spill into the water. This video shows the proper fueling procedure for the Express 330 and is applicable to other Grady-White models.
- Collect and dispose of all trash when you're shoreside. Do not throw any trash into the water.
- Ensure that your craft has proper onboard sanitation facilities and never dump untreated sewage into the water.
- Avoid anchoring in areas with native reeds and grasses, which often support delicate ecosystems.