Cooperation between renowned British shipyard Sealine, now in the lap of mighty Hanse group, and new design team resulted in the birth of a brand new model. Bill Dixon Yacht Design studio undersigns the design of Sealine S330, making it a special pearl of Sealine range.
The hull length of this motor boat amounts to 10.31 m with the beam of 3.5 m. Such space hides two full size cabins generously lighted by natural light thanks to large glass areas all over the place. The major characteristics of the Sealine motor boats are also present aboard Sealine S330 – excellent use of space, richness in natural light, distinctive sporty design and enormous amount of space below the deck along with sleek hull superstructure that hides the twin opening roof sections.
All that, in combination with quality German engineering, provides the comfort and sporty features characteristic for much bigger boats than S330. The enormous cockpit alone is designed in a manner to comfortably accommodate up to 9 persons! Standard interior layout considers forward cabin and saloon as a combination which makes them a single space, giving S330 a modern and stylish look.
In addition, it is important to emphasize that cabins of S330 have the highest standing height as well as the biggest bed dimensions in the class. Sealine S330 was severely tested in troubled waters of Baltic Sea, manufactured in Germany and launched in Southampton by Dr. Jens Gerhardt, CEO of the Hanse Group. All that Sealine S330 can do was presented on Cannes Yachting Festival where the first orders were booked.
This vessel comes equipped with three options of engine set. Sealine S330 is available with single 330 HP diesel engine or twin 170 HP or 220 HP engines. In order to fully please their customers, Sealine offers various materials and colors for customization of the interior. The basic price is also favorable which guarantees commercial success as well as the satisfaction of the customers.
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