Maynes of Buckie expands Neoplan Tourliner fleet

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A 53-seater Tourliner will soon join the two 49-seaters seen here
A 53-seater Tourliner will soon join the two 49-seaters seen here

Maynes of Buckie has received two new Neoplan Tourliner 49-seater executive coaches, while awaiting delivery of a 53-seater Tourliner. Currently the first two are to be used on David Urquhart Holidays, with the 53-seater expected to see use with Newmarket Holidays. All three coaches will partake in Maynes’ own private hire work.

The new additions take the number of Tourliners in its fleet to 11, all of which are under two years old. Maynes’ total fleet of MAN coaches is now at 17, which it says is due to both the product and back up being good. The operator has all its Neoplan and MAN warranty work done by Elgin Truck and Van.

This is Maynes’ 65th year in operation. The coach operating business was established by James Mayne in 1947, purchasing a 29- seat Duple bodied Bedford OB as its first coach. The company has expanded greatly over the years with Maynes now operating a maximum of 30 coaches in depots in Buckie, Elgin and Orkney.

More information on Maynes of Buckie can be found online at www.maynes.co.uk