Sealine motor cruisers are an award winning range of luxury flybridge and sports cruisers ranging from 33 to 53 ft. Sealines are known worldwide for their space, light and detailed, luxury interiors and are designed by world famous Bill Dixon.
OPEN YOUR EYES TO SEA EXCELLENCE
The newly developed Sealine C430 designed by Bill Dixon is unique in its class. The light and spacious yacht boasts three double cabins, 26 square meters of total glass surface and spacious open-plan design is ideal for entertaining or relaxing in the sun.
Her dynamically shaped hull glides smoothly through the water, driven by powerful Volvo Penta IPS engines whether relaxing or cruising on the water, the C430 is the perfect luxury yacht for Australian waters.
AUSTRALIA’S MOST POPULAR 33 FOOTER
Bold and distinctive, the new Sealine C330 breaks new boundaries. The cruising design is perfect for the Australian climate offering you the opportunity to shelter from the sun or wind as much as you choose while still giving you panoramic sea views. The electric sliding roof is easy to operate and the bi-fold door allows seamless indoor-outdoor living.
DYNAMIC HULL AND SPORTY DESIGN
The Sealine S330 designed by Bill Dixon has a carefully sculpted hull that delivers effortless speed and style… and a light, airy and spacious interior. The open stern and adjustable cockpit roof offers protection or sun for all Australian weather conditions. Your guests can choose from two sun-baking areas and the cockpit seats 9 in comfort.
BRINGING THE DAYLIGHT INSIDE
Two electrical sun-roofs, a panoramic view in the saloon and a top speed of 34 knots are the ideal features to make this motor yacht perfect for Aussie waters. Space, air and light follow you wherever you are on this boat. A large pool deck with an integrated BBQ and three double bed cabins below amplify the impression of living on a loft at sea.
THE 1ST CLASS FLYLOUNGE
The Bill Dixon designed F530 provides uncovered outlook to the sea from any position. This is achieved by her floor levelled panoramic glass panels and extra large hull windows. There are also three open air seating areas offering breathtaking panoramic views while you power along with the twin Volvo IPS 600 engine.
combine functionality with DESIGN
“Sealine motorboats have always been space saving miracles. They really feel much larger than they are. I knew it was an attractive task to implement this philosophy to this particular size of boat. You cannot just shrink a 38 footer down to 33 feet. You must take an entirely new approach to the length you have available.” Bill Dixon
Sealine pulls out all the stops in the art of boat building to create a bright atmosphere and to bring as much light as possible into the inside. The style of their yachts is therefore characterised by unobstructed panoramic windows, full-length glass, skylights, large hull windows and moving roof solutions.
Does your yacht feel a few feet larger than the measurements in the model drawing? This is completely normal for a Sealine. Enjoy a level of space that is usually only found in the next size class up. And if you want even more space, simply create it yourself: Convertible seats or bed areas offer a wide range of options.
Sealine C330 Sports Cruiser Review – May 16
“It caught our attention straight away. We liked the spacious, light-filled interior and the elegant exterior design. We expect certain build quality standards from the German Hanse Group and so far our new boat hasn’t disappointed.”
Sealine S330 Sports Cruiser Review – March 16
“There’s no doubt the Europeans are leading the field in sports cruiser design. It seems a very competitive marketplace with each manufacturer trying to outdo the next with spaciousness and eye-catching design. And boat buyers are the winners. The German built Sealine S330 is a classic example of this bold new direction.”
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Sealine S330 Review – November 2015
Everything about the new Sealine S330 makes it stand out in the marina, beginning with a dramatic square-cut bow, generous side decks, and sports wheelhouse with dual sunroofs. This design, by talented British naval architect Bill Dixon, confirms why Europe is the pace-setter in motor cruiser design.’
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