Grandy Boat Company goes back to 1903 when Lewis Lee Grandy opened his first shop in Tacoma. In 1908, he partnered with Charlie Taylor to establish the Taylor-Grandy yard in Burton on Vashon Island. In 1911 Lewis and Charlie built a raised-deck cruiser to the design of Otis Cutting. This was the inspiration for the Lake Union Dreamboats that were put into production in 1926 by Otis as the owner of the Lake Union Drydock Co.

In 1922, Lewis' son Earl Grandy purchased a floating boat shop and began a boat repair business on Lake Union. The Grandy Boat Co. produced many small skiffs and dories, and in the 1930's Ed Monk had his office in the Grandy yard and they built many of his cruiser designs.

On August 25, 1967, the Grandy yard burned, ending the tradition of “well-built boats” by the Grandy yard.


14 records found.
Name Designer Year Lengthsort descending Fleet


1960 28' Pacific Northwest


Monk 1962 28' Pacific Northwest Gracie


Hull- Ed Monk; Cabin-Lynn Senour 1965 28' Non-Member Jonta (need better photo)


1947 34' Non-Member Adventure


1914 36' Pacific Northwest Glory Be


Ted Geary 1929 38' Non-Member Nirvana


Ed Monk Sr. 1939 39' Non-Member Monk/Grandy 39' "Aeolos"

Ailsa Craig

Monk 1949 40' Non-Member Ailsa Craig


Otis Cutting 1911 40' Non-Member Lawana


1947 40' Pacific Northwest Heritage


1929 42' Canadian Adelante

Sea Nymph II

Ed Monk Sr. 1946 46' Pacific Northwest

Pat Foss

Morris Shain 1942 50' Non-Member Pat Foss

Flying Cloud

Ed Monk Sr. 1937 52' Pacific Northwest Flying Cloud