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GREW.ca has many photos of late-model GREW, CUTTER, PROFISHER, and NAVIGATOR boats.
If you own the latest Boat Moulds from the 2011 auction of Grew assets, please feel free to contact Grew.ca, to purchase photos for your marketing purposes.

 

LEGACY – BOATS ON THE WATER

Restored Boats and Barn-Finds

1972 GREW SS215

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Hamilton GREW 255

Boats in Europe

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16 comments

  1. Mao says:

    What wp theme are you using on your blog? Is it from these guys by any chance: http://www.nuttythemes.com

    1. chadajackson says:

      The WordPress theme I used for the Grew website is FORTUNATO, by Crestaproject.
      You can see this information at the bottom of the page, as you can with other WordPress, or similar provider pages.
      I hope this helps.

  2. Caroline says:

    I own a 1974 Grew 215….can you direct me to anyone I can talk to or other web sites to obtain information about my boat. Inboard / outboard with a 188hp mercruser. I have invested in a new biminy and it looks sweet. Having trouble finding info but I suppose if the intelectual property has been purchased I may not find anything.
    thanks Caroline

    1. chadajackson says:

      Hi Caroline,
      Thank you for your email.
      Please send us photos of your GREW Boat, and any information that you are able to obtain about the vessel!
      GREW.ca hopes to build an online archive of information for other Grew Boat Owners, and Grew enthusiasts.
      We have researched the history of GREW and, as you have guessed, there is not any information specific to the many models produced by GREW over the years.

      We ask that all Grew Owners help us to build this archive of documentation to share with others.
      Thank you for your interest!

  3. Normand Couture says:

    Hi I own a 1976 215 with a OMC engine, the boat has been redone in a very particular way!
    Windows frames are now in mahogany, itrims as well.
    The inside is stunning with new seating configuration, lacquered mahogany table, sunbrella fabrics with leather accent, a real showboat.
    Where can I sends pics? Get info on the boat and motor?
    Thanks

    1. chadajackson says:

      Hello Normand,

      Thank you for your post!
      Please email me photos at chad.jackson@grew.ca; I would like to share photos of restored Grew boats, and the enthusiasts enjoying the crafts.

      Unfortunately records from various Grew facilities were either destroyed in fire, or were disposed of due to poor record keeping, through different transitions of the company. Product catalogues and specifications were not available to us, when we purchased the intellectual properties. With that stated, if you ever find out more about your vessel, we would be happy to post the information on the site, to be made available for other Grew owners.

      Please note that your 1976 Grew is likely a Slickcraft, manufactured under licence for Slickcraft boats of Michigan (now Tiara Yachts).
      Slickcraft, and later Chris Craft used Grew to manufacture boats before the NAFTA Free Trade agreement.
      If you search for the OMC, and other model information for your boat, broaden your search to include Slickcraft; this may help.

      Good luck!

  4. Vic Forster says:

    What happened to the molds, from the original grew production factory??
    I have worked with and repaired a few Grew boats.Ive also worked building production boat molds.

    1. chadajackson says:

      Hello Vic,
      The “Original Production Factory” question is actually quite interesting. We are not aware of where the molds dating back to the ’60s, as Slickcraft models went, nor do we know where Chris Craft models, and those boats built in the ’80s and ’90s. We wish we knew. The most recent Grew molds were sold separate from the intellectual properties, at the November 2011 auction. I do not think those models have ever been successfully produced, or under what name. Again, information I wish I had.
      Grew currently exists as a brand-name only, with hopes of re-entering the boat-manufacturing business in the future.

      Ron has more information, which I will question him about and post as much information as possible.

      Thank you for your interest, and feel free to email me with more detailed questions!

  5. Bruce Farrell says:

    I recently purchased a 1977 Grew 245 SS Hardtop. I am looking for brochures and specifications with any optional information. I was told that this boat originally belonged to the OPP. I would especially like to know its weight. Can you direct me? Thanks.

    1. chadajackson says:

      Hello Bruce,

      Oh my goodness, I would love to own a boat like yours! That particular model of Grew was one of the best ever built by the company. I remember all of the OPP Boats from when I was a kid, such a classic boat, and I am told extremely sea-worthy.

      Unfortunately, as noted in previous responses to other Grew Boat owners, facing similar challenges, Grew Manufacturing is not in the position to provide facts, specifications, or literature from legacy boat-models. Grew’s current existence is as a brand alone, with future plans to manufacture boats again in the future.
      Unfortunately the literature from legacy boat models was not managed properly over the years, throughout several company eras.
      Other Grew enthusiasts have found Owners Manuals, and other literature on eBay, and other sources.
      My apologies for our inability to assist you.

      Please send us photos of your boat, and if you find any information about it, please share this information for other Boat-owners who have been left without information about the boat they love.
      Thank you!

  6. Bill says:

    Hi Chad I have just purchased a Drew204ss and am looking for any info on it. Like what year it was manufactured since it doesn’t have a hull ID number.

    1. chadajackson says:

      Hello Bill,
      As noted in previous responses to other Grew Boat owners, facing similar challenges, Grew Manufacturing is not in the position to provide facts, specifications, or literature from legacy boat-models. Grew’s current existence is as a brand alone, with future plans to manufacture boats again in the future.
      Unfortunately the literature from legacy boat models was not managed properly over the years, throughout several company eras.
      Other Grew enthusiasts have found Owners Manuals, and other literature on eBay, and other sources.
      My apologies for our inability to assist you.

      Please send us photos of your boat, and if you find any information about it, please share this information for other Boat-owners who have been left without information about the boat they love.
      Thank you!

  7. Andrew says:

    Selling a 1986 Grew Offshore 235 with a Chevy 305 OMC Outdrive motor and trailer for $5000. Located in Southern Ontario in Brant County. Email to a.j.f.hendrie@gmail.com if you’d like to set up a viewing.

  8. vu says:

    what capacity 2005 grew 174

    1. chadajackson says:

      Please provide a more detailed question, and I can see if I can provide you with a response. However, please note that I am only able to provide you with answers from marketing materials, not engineering documents.
      I hope I can help.

  9. vu says:

    where i can buy floor grew 174

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