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details about the boat

what's included


  • Tachometer
  • Speedometer
  • Digital onboard computer (Engine data)
  • Compass
  • Toilet
  • Fresh water
  • Shower
  • Gas cooker
  • Sink
  • Fridge
  • Ice box
  • Depth finder
  • VHF Radio
  • GPS/Navigation
  • Bluetooth Radio
  • Electricity 12V
  • 12V car type socket
  • No. of batteries – 2
  • Main power switch
  • Cockpit loudspeaker
  • Paper seacharts
  • Boat documents
  • Cockpit lights
  • Navigation lights
  • Anchor light
  • Automatic bilge pump
  • Bilge pump electric


  • Complete safety equipment
  • Killswitch (safety lanyard)
  • Life jackets
  • Life jackets for childs
  • Life ring
  • Distress signals
  • Distress torches
  • Fog horn
  • Emergency flashlight
  • Portable fire extinguisher
  • Medicine chest



  • Sundeck cushions
  • Stern bench
  • Bow anchor
  • Swim ladder
  • Deck shower
  • Cockpit table
  • Boat hook
  • Deck lights
  • Deck speakers 
  • Fittings and stainless steel handrails
  • Fenders
  • Complete mooring equipment
  • Radio/USB slot









DatePer dayPer week
15.04. – 30.05.450 €2800 €
01.06. – 31.08.500 €3100 €
01.09. – 15.09.450 €2800 €
16.09. – 15.10.400 €2500 €
  • One day of rent lasts from 09:00 to 19:00
  • Multiday renting lasts from 09:00 of the renting day until 19:00 of the last day
  • Fuel is not included in the price, also you are given a full tank of fuel and you should return it full aswell.(If you are not able to return the boat with a full tank you can pay us to fill it for you.)
  • At least one crew member must have a valid sailing license.(If you don’t have a valid sailing license you can hire our skipper for the price of 80€ per day.)
  • The boat is insured as are all the passengers.
  • On the boat you can find all the navigation equipment needed for safe sailing also we provide plenty of other additional equipment.

Grand’s new flagship is the point at which the company’s most lavish internal facilities meet its most potent driving experience. In fact, the 850 represents a very complete RIB package. There’s a clarity to its internal design, a user-friendliness to its communal layout and a sophistication to its styling that make its price feel distinctly moderate. The fact that it also happens to be such a capable and entertaining driver’s boat marks it out as a very credible flagship indeed.

Step on board and the layout of the 850 feels very clear and simple. It uses a forward lounging area and an aft dining area, with a central helm console dividing the two and a set of broad peripheral walkways linking everything up.

At the front end, the long, elevated lounging platform offers plenty of storage, plus quick access to the heads compartment through the leading edge of the console. The scale of the heads itself is very impressive, as is the ease of entry; and in addition to the upward sweep of the 850’s bow shape, you also get the security of elevated steel rails built into the top ends of the tubes to help hem you in as you recline on the cushions.

Head aft to the boat’s primary gathering point, however, and the cockpit arrangement is as welcome as it is unusual. The commonplace aft bench has been ousted in favour of a much more enclosed and intimate C-shaped seating section for five. This feature is currently confined to the largest two models in the Golden Line – and to help make the most of it, there is an optional table fitting arranged in the centre of this space, plus a fridge and a couple of sinks built into the back end of the helm’s two-man seating unit. You could easily fit an optional stove beneath the ram-assisted lid to further augment the 850’s family credentials – and it’s also good to see the use of undercut mouldings in the base of the wet-bar unit.