Welcome to the Holy City Grady Owners Club

Coach T

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In the summer of 2005, a small group of Charleston area Grady-White owners met to explore ways to meet and socialize with other Grady boat owners, to enhance their Grady experience and to enjoy the camaraderie of people with similar interests. Unfortunately that club and another one since, never really got off the ground. But the third try is a charm, right? So with a lot of input from our hometown GW dealer, Seels Outboard, and Grady-White Boats, we decided that the best way to accomplish this was to create the Holy City Grady Owners Club.
Activities will be planned five or six times a year (if not more), for most of the year. Some ideas that we are considering are day trips, lunch or dinner trips, raft-ups, educational seminars if folks are interested and possibly a holiday party. We also hope to organize a trip to the Grady-White factory.
We welcome all size Grady boats. Some members may want to “Buddy Up” on boats to make the events work better for them. Family, friends and guests are always welcome.
Whether you’re new to boating or are an “old salt”, there’s something for everyone in this club. Our diverse backgrounds and knowledge of the waterways around Charleston and the low country is a benefit for all our members.
If you would like more information or to join us for a future event, please respond to this thread or visit our FaceBook Page. We would love to meet you and tell you more about our club.
 

Ky Grady

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In the summer of 2005, a small group of Charleston area Grady-White owners met to explore ways to meet and socialize with other Grady boat owners, to enhance their Grady experience and to enjoy the camaraderie of people with similar interests. Unfortunately that club and another one since, never really got off the ground. But the third try is a charm, right? So with a lot of input from our hometown GW dealer, Seels Outboard, and Grady-White Boats, we decided that the best way to accomplish this was to create the Holy City Grady Owners Club.
Activities will be planned five or six times a year (if not more), for most of the year. Some ideas that we are considering are day trips, lunch or dinner trips, raft-ups, educational seminars if folks are interested and possibly a holiday party. We also hope to organize a trip to the Grady-White factory.
We welcome all size Grady boats. Some members may want to “Buddy Up” on boats to make the events work better for them. Family, friends and guests are always welcome.
Whether you’re new to boating or are an “old salt”, there’s something for everyone in this club. Our diverse backgrounds and knowledge of the waterways around Charleston and the low country is a benefit for all our members.
If you would like more information or to join us for a future event, please respond to this thread or visit our FaceBook Page. We would love to meet you and tell you more about our club.
Welcome to the page!! Please post your adventures and schedule of events on here. Be nice to see the club pages active. Good luck on your founding event.
 

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June 24th or 25th depending on weather - Picnic at Ft. Sumter Sand Bar (please bring beach chairs, an umbrella if you'd like, and an item to share with others) We will raft up on the north side of the bar and wade ashore. Friends and families welcome. I should be there around 10 to start setting up. We look forward to seeing you there. Look for the white G-W flag.
 
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Liberty

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In the summer of 2005, a small group of Charleston area Grady-White owners met to explore ways to meet and socialize with other Grady boat owners, to enhance their Grady experience and to enjoy the camaraderie of people with similar interests. Unfortunately that club and another one since, never really got off the ground. But the third try is a charm, right? So with a lot of input from our hometown GW dealer, Seels Outboard, and Grady-White Boats, we decided that the best way to accomplish this was to create the Holy City Grady Owners Club.
Activities will be planned five or six times a year (if not more), for most of the year. Some ideas that we are considering are day trips, lunch or dinner trips, raft-ups, educational seminars if folks are interested and possibly a holiday party. We also hope to organize a trip to the Grady-White factory.
We welcome all size Grady boats. Some members may want to “Buddy Up” on boats to make the events work better for them. Family, friends and guests are always welcome.
Whether you’re new to boating or are an “old salt”, there’s something for everyone in this club. Our diverse backgrounds and knowledge of the waterways around Charleston and the low country is a benefit for all our members.
If you would like more information or to join us for a future event, please respond to this thread or visit our FaceBook Page. We would love to meet you and tell you more about our club.
Hello - We just purchased our first Grady-White. It will be a several weeks before we can get it to CHS but would love to be part of the club. 257 Fisherman.
 

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Love to meet other Grady owners! Fixing up a 2005 205 tournament with a yamaha 225.
 

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just saw this and based off the title, i was thinking Jerusalem. that would be an odd place for a Grady group...

so, i guess Charleston SC is nicknamed the Holy City?