10/05/2015 - More new coaches for Maynes

Meeting the latest Euro 6 emissions standard

Following on from our earlier 2015 delivery of our 2 Daf Vanhool TXs and a Mercedes 9 Seat V.I.P mini coach, we are pleased to announce the delivery of the first of 3 new Euro 6 coaches currently on order from Moseleys.

We have on order from Moseleys 3 VDL Futura 2 Euro 6 models being built at the VDL factory in Holland. The new coaches are being built by VDL to our exact specification. Our last new VDL coaches joined our fleet in 2008 and our company are looking forward to rejoining our partnership with Moseleys and VDL. 

 Maynes PR18a

The first coach delivered has leather headrests and piping on the 57 seats, full air-con, w.c, hot and cold drinks and an on-board entertainment system. The new coach also has pavement lights and is fitted with an on-board vacuum and coach wash to keep our high standards whilst out on the road. 


The remaining 2 VDL coaches will be in tour operators livery completed to the same spec with 53 seats. Our new coaches will blend into our touring and private hire fleet undertaking a mixed but predominately touring workload throughout the UK and Europe. 

 Maynes PR18b

Maynes continue to keep our fleet age profile as one of the youngest in the UK coach industry. With the addition of the 2 new Vanhool Coaches and the Mercedes sees a total of 6 new coaches joining our company in 2015. This shows our continued commitment to our customers that "Travelling The Mayne Way " is to travel in a first class vehicle, specifically selected for its comfort, reliability and safety.  


Our coach operating business was established by James Mayne in 1947 we have expanded greatly over the years and we now operate 30 coaches from our depots in Buckie, Elgin and Orkney.


The only way is the Mayne Way!



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