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Make your rub rails look great!

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    • Maintenance
Make your rub rails look great! Use a Mr. Clean Heavy Duty Magic Eraser. ...

The Proper Props

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
The numbers and letters associated with a boat’s propeller designation often don’t mean much to boat owners. When we are talking about propellers, a 15½ × ...

Battery Select Switches

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
Battery select switches are found on boats with two or more batteries. They...

Prevent 'Gutter' Black Streaks

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    • Maintenance
    • Customer-ization: Owners' Personal Touches
The Grady Express models that are kept outdoors sometimes get black streaks down the side of the hull mid-ships where the "gutter" from the forward deck ran back and drained overboard. Every time it rains I would get the very hard to remove streaks from the rub rail to the water line ju...

Stop Engine Thief

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    • Maintenance
Lower Unit Stop Thief - This simple lock will protect the...

Basic Boating Knots

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
If you already know these basics, share them with your kids and crew...

Arm Rest Covers

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    • Enjoying Your Day, Comfortably
We have a Journey (25' Walk-around) that we are...

Extra Storage on 246G Explorer

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    • Enjoying Your Day, Comfortably
In order to get additional storage, I ordered plastic trays from Grady-White. I cut them down 3/8" then 5200 them back together along with the under bracing. I put them under the lids that access the battery compart...

The Efficiency Factor: Using Your Fuel System Properly

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
Grady-White’s great riding SeaV2® hull combined with today’s lightweight yet powerful 4-stroke outboard engines create a superior combination that is as reliable and efficient as boating has ever...

What To Do When Aground

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
Running aground can happen even in perfect weather, despite using the latest navigation equipment and local charts. Plus, some submerged hazards...

Boating Etiquette: Watch Your Wake

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
There’s nothing else quite like a day of cruising, but while you’re out there having fun, don’t forget about the waves your boa...

Boating Etiquette: Docking and Relaunching

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    • Boat Handling & Seamanship
Speed, efficiency and consideration are the bottom line to minding your manners while launching and docking your boat. Remember these etique...