Minor Offshore boats are built for those who love being at sea irrespective of the weather conditions. For those whose season never ends. The boats are solid and safe, designed for active leisure time, and all hold the CE category rating of B-Offshore.
Function and comfort go hand in hand in Minor Offshore boats – they are, quite simply, made to be used. The non-skid single-level deck makes it easy to move around. Every part has been made robustly to withstand tough conditions. A large and quickly closing roof hatch offers versatility while steering, whatever the weather. The interior is comfortable thanks to features such as wall and ceiling insulation. What is more, Minor Offshore boats are the quietest boats on the market in their class.
Features that enhance safety at sea are crucial in All Season boats. Safe use is the focus of attention in everything from sturdy hulls to the smallest details. Every single boat built is tested at sea, under real-life conditions.
And the name?
The name of Minor boats has raised questions over the years. Why boats of this size and quality are called Minor? Simple: it is all about Finnish humility. When the Sarin family began to build boats they would say, in a manner typical of the region: "well now, they are quite small…" That is how things work in Finland. People create something out of the ordinary, but don't make a big deal about it.
There is little doubt the Minor 25 is a multipurpose boat. The baby of the range she may be, but she is an all weather boat with fully enclosed pilot house, high, walk around side decks, a large open cockpit, and a hull that performs well in any sea. Berths are well designed to make use of all available space which, along with the galley and ample storage means she is ideal for cruising, fishing or family trips.
From £104 300 inc VAT with Volvo Penta D3-200 DP
Striking a balance between affordability and size packaged in a tough, seaworthy boat that is economical to use and maintain. Featuring two double berths, an enclosed head compartment and a compact galley make this ideal for any length of trip. The inclusion of high specification as standard, such as bow thrusters and a chart plotter, ensure it is fun to drive.
From £149 500inc VAT with Volvo Penta D4-260 DP
With a spacious and comfortable C shaped saloon area seating up to 10, two double berths and a well equipped galley area, this boat is faultless for longer trips. The larger fuel tank will deliver a maximum range of 320 nautical miles, whilst delivering an economic performance of up to 1.5L per nm. High specifications as standard, such as a chart plotter, teak floor in the wheel house and a lacquered teak interior make this boat as good looking as it is hardy.
From £194 400 inc VAT with Volvo Penta D6-330 DP
With the same high class design as its stable mates, the 34 features a safe and deep foredeck, high gunwales, well-positioned grab rails and the ease of movement on deck and around the pilothouse. Even big boats can be easy to handle; this is very true for the Minor 34. Berthing for six, seating for ten; coupled with a class leading opening roof and wheel house leads to an open boat feel with all the safety you want and expect from a deep hull boat.
From £254 400 inc VAT with Volvo Penta D6-370 DP
The largest of the Minor range which encompasses the build quality and design characteristics of her stable mates means this comfortable yet dynamic boat is the epitome of the All Season, go anywhere ethos of Minor/Sarin boats. High gunwhales, flat deck area (no steps) and class leading opening roof combine with the stunning quietness whilst underway to make this boat a pleasure to steer, own and cherish. The Nordic eye for detail and attention to quality ensures that the Minor Offshore will always stay as a class leader.
From £313 200 inc VAT with twin Volvo Penta D4-260 DP