Pure yachting luxury with maximum performance
British design, German shipbuilding precision and maximum performance: these are the characteristics that define the luxury motor yachts from SEALINE. The brand, which was founded in 1972, was acquired by HanseYachts AG in 2013. The product range is among the most modern available from the Group and has been completely overhauled in the five years since the acquisition. Customers can currently choose from three different series comprising a total of eleven models ranging in size from 33 to 53 feet. The latest additions are the C335v and C335 in the Cruiser series. The C390 was nominated for the ‘Best of Boats Award 2019’ at the Cannes Yachting Festival. SEALINE has doubled its revenue over the past four financial years.
- Cruising motor yachts – made in Germany
- Fully revamped product range
- Eleven models from 33 to 53 feet
- Revenue doubled since 2016
The dream of having your own motor boat
It was 1972 and the British aircraft engineer Tom Murrant decided to buy a motor yacht. But because he couldn’t find the boat of his dreams, he decided to build his own. His idea was to take the loft-inspired lifestyle out onto the open seas. SEALINE has been at the forefront of innovation ever since and has become one of the world’s leading pioneers in the yacht-building industry. Forty years after it was founded, SEALINE was acquired by HanseYachts AG. Since 2013, the celebrated yacht designer Bill Dixon has been responsible for the elegant lines that characterise SEALINE’s yachts. Whether Cruiser, Sport or Flybridge, all SEALINE models are distinguished by bright interiors, optimal space usage and functional design. SEALINE pulls out all the stops in the art of shipbuilding to create a bright atmosphere and allow as much light as possible into the interior, so sailors can enjoy unobstructed panoramic windows, floor-to-ceiling windows, skylights, large hull windows and electric sunroofs. From the initial sketch to the final blueprint, each SEALINE is designed to make the most of the space available. Whether in the size of the beds or the amount of headroom or storage space, SEALINE frequently sets the standards for the top brands worldwide in the respective size classes. To free up even more space, SEALINE boats feature a whole host of innovative details such as movable seating groups and reclining areas, swivel backrests and retractable tables. Each SEALINE yacht is designed to fulfil the very highest standards of performance, seaworthiness, comfort and safety on board.
3 series. 11 models. Infinite configuration possibilities.
SEALINE currently offers three series: Cruiser, Flybridge and Sport. The Cruiser series includes the C330, C430 and C530 models. Shortly before Christmas 2020, the SEALINE C335 and the C335v made their debut. They combine flexibility, space and luxury ambience in an exemplary way. In the newly launched 33-foot class, the customer has the choice between inboard engine with up to 440 hp and a maximum speed of 31 knots and outboard engine with 2x 300 hp and up to 40 knots top speed. The entire interior design of the two family cruisers has been redesigned to make the available space smarter than ever before at 33 feet. Product Manager Andrea Zambonini: "Our ambition was to equip the C335 and C335v with the comfort of a 36-foot yacht."
Thanks to their additional, elevated helms, the two Flybridge F430 and F530 yachts are extremely spacious on deck and offer a majestic all-round view. The Sport series comprises two models with identical hull lengths but different propulsion concepts. While the new S330v is powered exclusively by two outboard motors, the S330 is powered by an inboard motor.