Grady-White is a privately held builder operating out of Greenville, N.C., that makes center consoles, dual consoles, express boats and walkaround cabins. Owner and CEO Eddie Smith bought the company in 1968. It is run by president Kris Carroll.
Grady-White Boats has launched Captain Grady — a digital iPad app that includes operation guides with videos and step-by-step instructions. The app, also coming soon to iPhones, is designed to give visually detailed and simple instructions or refreshers to a specific model of boat where and when boaters need it.
Grand Pointe Marina will represent Grady-White Boats from the company’s locations on the Grand River in Lansing, Mich., and in Sterling Heights, Detroit.
Schock Boats of Newport Beach, Calif., said the waterfront dealership W.D. “Bill” Schock is transitioning to new family ownership, with principals Steve and Ruth Schock taking the helm.
Grady-White Boats announced the addition of Comstock Yacht Sales of Brick, N.J., as its newest dealer.
More than 300 Grady-White boat owners and enthusiasts attended Grady Fest IV at the Fish Tale Marina in Fort Myers Beach, Fla.
About 400 Grady-White boat owners and enthusiasts will gather next week at Fish Tale Marina in Fort Myers Beach, Fla., for the fourth time in five years.
Absorbing his father’s business acumen, Grady-White’s Eddie Smith turned a failing builder into a sportfishing stalwart.
Grady-White is entering the coastal explorer category with its new 251-CE.
Grady-White Boats is holding a boat show today to demonstrate how it stayed afloat during the Great Recession.
The Center for Coastal Conservation announced that Grady-White Boats, Maverick Boats, Regulator Boats and Sea Hunt Boats have joined as sponsors.