Launched in September 2002, “Grosvenor” was fabricated by Reeves Boatbuilders and fitted out by Milburn Boats.
The boat’s exterior was completely repainted by Andy Russell in 2016.
The boat is wholly owned and managed by a syndicate of private individuals with a total of twelve shares. The group meets twice-annually at which time decisions are taken regarding the boat’s upkeep, improvement and future mooring. Most non-routine maintenance and improvement is carried out during the winter months – typically January.
Each share is entitled to four weeks holiday a year comprising two high season (April to September) and two low season (October to March) weeks. Bookings are made on a rotational basis with the master booking chart being circulated from the top down for the choosing of two high season and one low season weeks, and then recirculated in reverse order for fourth weeks to be chosen.
Hot Water : Hot water stored in a twin coil calorifier heated by the engine and central heating system
Inverter/Charger : Sterling Pro V 50 amp Charger, Ring Power Source Pro 2100w Inverter
230v : 13amp sockets positioned throughout cabin area powered by inverter or landline
Lighting : 12v down lights throughout
Gas : 2x 13Kg gas cylinders can be stored in the bow locker
Entertainment : Flat screen TV, DVD, Radio
Engine : Beta 43Hp
Gearbox : PRM-150 Gearbox
Bow Thruster : N/a
Toilet : Sealand pump-out WC x 2
Share Size : 1/12th
Annual Allocation : 4 Weeks - Allocated weeks for 2017 are week commencing 1st April, 29th April, 10th June & 9th December
Share Cost : £3,250
Annual Cost : £1,260 (paid monthly £105.00)
Other Costs : Individual Pump-Outs & Diesel
Maintenance : Completed professionally by marina engineers annually
Syndicate Contact : Alan Worthy
Contact Number : 01629 735033 / 07947 388674
E-mail Address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Any information relating to the history or condition of the Boat supplied by the Company is only as supplied to the Company by the Seller and the Company cannot be held responsible and shall not be liable in any way if such information proves to be inaccurate. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that all particulars given in the course of the purchase of the Boat are accurate. Such particulars are intended only as a guide and do not constitute a term of any contract.