Engaging, stylish and exciting designs along with engineering intelligence and traditional artisanship are seamlessly combined to create day and chase boats of the future. Not only remarkably elegant and intrinsically desirable, but also redefining new benchmarks in performance and comfort, our boats exude a level of flawless character, class and sophistication rarely seen.
These boats look incredible at rest and blow minds when cruising from place to place. They are built to conquer the water, designed to entertain and clearly a natural extension of your soul. Devised and engineered to meet your exacting demands, confident turning at speed, shallow draft for those times and areas you need it and performance that will throw your hair back.
Get ready to host a party to dance all day and all night. These boats leave no one guessing…
At Grosvenor Yachts we feel that our level of service with day and chase boats is second to none. Let us welcome you to a new class of boating.
Wide Variety of Choice
The term day boat is really a catch-all that includes everything from bowriders to ski boats to small cruising boats. Primarily open boats intended for day or weekend use, while their size will be considered a drawback by some boaters, it should be considered an advantage too – you buy a boat to enjoy the sunshine and ‘wind in the hair’ feeling.
Offering value for money and highly sought after, these boats are equally at home delivering guests to a mothership as they are exploring the waterways on the way to your favourite restaurant. With a turn of speed that raises the pulse, day and chase boats are both highly capable and have comfort and practicality in abundance.
The first thing to assess when looking to purchase a day or chase boat is how you plan on using it. What distance and speed do you need? How much weight of stowage and people do you plan to transport? Another thing to consider is how the boat is going stored or moored and deployed or retrieved. Depending on your particular needs and requirements, possibilities will influence the length, weight and horsepower you can accommodate.