Miss C Q from Sevenoaks
Sealine F46 in Mahon, Menorca
"Our boat condition and value actually went up due to the pristine condition they kept it in for the months we could not get out to use it. I said this before and I’ll say it again, they are so great"
"When it comes to service they are 5 stars and nothing is too much for them, whatever you need, from full on engine service and lift out, to booking a restaurant, to moving a boat from one island to another to getting your bedding washed and ironed!"
"When you leave you know that if you forgot your sunglasses they'll be shipped to you the next day! You can call them 24/7 and they'll always help"
Mr D D from Surrey
Invictus 280GT in Cala Llonga, Menorca
"To those who boat in a different country, the service side of things covers more than just looking after the boat, it involves the whole experience from getting on the flight to when you land back home again.
Boat Shop Menorca go out of their way to ensure our visits to the island are nothing but a pleasure, they even get your provisions onboard and the champagne chilling for your arrival"
Mr & Mrs D
Fairline Squadron 42 in Cala Llonga, Menorca
"Garry looks after our boat to a very high level during the year and is always available for any advice and help either whilst we are in the UK or holiday on the boat in Menorca.
This July we had a friend staying with us on the boat, who sadly fell and hurt her back. She took pain killers and rested, but then the pain really kicked in! She was standing on the back of the boat and could not move. She was hanging onto the steps leading up to the fly bridge, but that was it – no further! We called Garry as we realised that we would need to get her to the hospital – but how? We would need to get her off the boat across the Passerelle, along the jetty, up a flight of stone steps and into a car. It was not going to happen!
Garry as usual stepped in! He called the ambulance for us (none of us speak Spanish to any level). He arranged to meet the ambulance by the roundabout in Cala Llonga and show them where we were. He then helped with the whole procedure buy translating and also helping to strap our friend to the stretcher board that the ambulance men brought. He then rounded up a couple of the Marina Menorca guys to help carry our friend off the boat, across the jetty and up the steps to the ambulance. This done he then followed us to the hospital and made sure that she was checked in, made sure that the hospital had all the details from the European Health Insurance card and did not leave until he was absolutely sure that there was nothing else that he could do. That didn’t stop him calling later and the following to day to get an update!
We were very thankful for his help in this difficult situation"