Grady-White Boats received the Champions for Growth Award last week during the 2017 American Boating Congress in Washington, D.C.
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 expanded its offering of SureShade-equipped boats with the addition of five newly retrofitted boat models this year.
Grady-White Boats introduced the new Freedom 215, a 21-foot dual console that seeks to fill a void in the 20- to 22-foot luxury market.
The Manufacturing Institute is recognizing Grady-White Boats president Kris Carroll as one of the marine industry’s four honorees for 2017 STEP Ahead Awards at an April 20 gala in Washington, D.C.
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Atlantic Marine of Wilmington, N.C., earned the Gold Anchor Sales Award, Grady-White Boats’ top sales award worldwide.
Grady-White Boats joined the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas at the Partner Member level.
Grady-White unveiled a new center console, the Fisherman 236, that combines day-boating family amenities with “finely-tuned, highly functional fishing features,” according to the company.
Grady-White debuted its new Freedom 235 dual console.
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.