Basic Boating Knots
the complicated twists, turns, fancy bends and splices. All you really
need to enjoy your Grady Day and look like a pro is the ability to tie
three or four basic knots that work every time and are nearly
infallible. If you already know these basics, show this video to the family and crew...you won't regret it when you look and see your Grady being tied safely to the dock by your youngest!
Jim Hardin of Grady-White Boats demonstrates how to tie a no-slip line to just about anything.
The Clove Hitch
Jim Hardin of Grady-White Boats shows how to tie a Grady to the piling at the dock (using two half hitches).
The Sheet Bend
Jim Hardin of Grady-White Boats shows how to tie a larger line to a smaller line.
The Cleat Hitch
Jim Hardin of Grady-White Boats demonstrates how to tie the bow, stern and/or spring lines to the cleat.
A Thousand Offshore Trips
See why Captain John Raguso relies on his Grady-White boat to put his Long Island, NY charter customers on the fish and bring everybody home safe!
Summer Fun. Let’s Go Grady Boating!
Check out our new "Grady Smiles!" video and our "Grady Life" slideshow to inspire your summer fun out on the water!
Braided Dock line
Grady-White Dock Lines
have a prespliced loop on one end to make securing your boat fast and
simple! They are made in the U.S.A. with high-quality, nylon or
polypropylene rope. The Grady-White Dock Lines are UV protected and
won't fade in the sun. Comes in various sizes for your boating needs. Order today!