The Storebro Grand Series no. 1 was the first model of a new product line named "Grand Series". The boat was designed by Argentinian German Frers
again and broke radically with the previous line style.
The interior was designed by the Swedish design studio Tilberg Design
that otherwise styled the design of cruise ships. The color match of the resulting design was then applied to other ranges.
- The original wind deflector for the flybridge proved to be insufficient and a classic acrylic glass was then added to all boats. This took some of the ships elegance.
- The bezel of the side air intake for the engine room was replaced after the first ship for the other ships against a bezel of stainless steel pipes
- As of the second ship, the upper edge of the coaming was covered by a teak strip.
Hull of the 5. SGS No. 1 (4055)
The ship was offered with two optional propulsion technologies. The choice was between the standard with two Scania engines with 800 HP and shaft drive or alternatively with two MAN with 1050 HP and waterjets.
Finally, only four examples of this ship were built, one with jet drive (hull number 4052
For potential buyers: There still exists a fifth hull and superstructure. There were also some funiture-elements for this ship, which were offered some time ago at Blocket
. Nevertheless production of that boat was never started. Since the end of August 2016, the hull is back in the shipyard in Storebro.