Mokau’s Big Boat Free phone 0800 665 282

 

Work Wanted

 

I am an Honest, Punctual, Responsible and Friendly Little Big Ship. I require your custom to keep me smiling sailing the Mokau River. sorry spelling not my strong point

 

Personal Details:

 

Name: Motor Vessel GLENROYAL

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Address: Mighty Mokau River on the border line between south King county and North Taranaki

 

Health: New Zealand Safe Ship Management 100%

I have a steel hull, two Detroit’s V8 71 motors, and an Allison Gear Box driving two 26” propellers. My over all length is 15.11m, breath is 4.22 m and daft is 1.10 m. That makes me fit and strong for work.

 

License: Safe Ship Management allows me to carry up to 80 passengers, but the crew prefers up to 60, so there is plenty of room to move around

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Physical characteristics: My cabin is comfortable, warm & dry in winter. I can seat 30 people for lunch & for customers benefit two toilets are available. On the back deck, the morning /afternoon tea is served & the top sun deck is where you can enjoy the scenery to its best advantage.

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Work History:

Mokau River Tours Ltd Wellington city Harbour cruises

South Island Mail Run Auckland Ferry

Hole in the Rock Bay of Island

 

I have carried many different people, from all over the world, of all works of life, so I do have a lot of experience, in this type of work. In my present job I have carried passengers as young as 10 days old and a Ladies who just celebrated her 100 birthday.

Reference:

48 members’ thank the very friendly Captain and crew for taking us back in time to how things used to be, including griddle scones and a decent cup of tea. Probus Club Whakatane

 

Thank to you all for a memorable trip. Well worth ever minute – to be strongly recommend. The morning tea scones were

To die for’ Russell Probus Club

 

I sincerely hope that you and your crew will, one day come & meet me & my crew, to discover this wonderful river.

 

Regards, M.V. GLENROYAL, Mokau’s’ big boat