Sealine developed new sport cruiser with outboard engines – the new Sealine S330v

– 700 hp, 5.2 liter displacement and a top speed of 38 knots
– Two double cabins and salon with pantry
– Largest storage space in its class with direct access

The traditional brand Sealine is known for innovative boats and trend-setting developments in motor yacht construction.Today we present you the new Sealine S330v.

Powered by two outboard engines, it’s more than just a new motor yacht, it’s the catalyst for a new product line at Sealine. The Sealine S330 with in-board engines is one of the most successful yachts of this size. Customers who prefer shallow waters or outboard power can now experience the luxury of Sealine without compromise.

In addition, to the innovative powertrain, the S330v offers all the qualities expected of Sealine. The cockpit is spacious and has an outdoor galley with gas grill and sink. Two large cabins, a saloon with galley and a bright bathroom, the S330v is a luxury motor yacht with a sporty character.

The new Sealine S330v combines all the advantages of an outboard boat. It has a depth of approx. 62 cm and is the perfect yacht for shallow waters and white sandy beaches. By moving the engines to the stern, the cockpit of the new Sealine S330v offers by far the largest, openly accessible storage space in its class.

The powerful outboards with 300 or 350 hp each promise particularly quiet running in lower rpm’s and accelerate the new S330v up to 38 knots. This power is paired with direct and sporty steering and driving comfort thanks to the deep V-keel.

The new Sealine premieres at the Yachting Festival in Cannes September 11th – 16th, 2018.

For more information, please contact fnierich@hanseyachts.com.

The new Sealine S330v – an overview

Standard price 134.950,00 €
Length over all 10.31 m
Hull length 9.99 m
Beam 3.50 m
Draft 0.89 m
Height above water 2.72 m
Headroom 1.85 m
Fuel tank 570 l
Fresh water 202 l
Displacement 6.140 kg
Max. Speed 38 knots
CE category B

Engines
2 x 300 hp Mercury Verado outboard engines
2 x 350 hp Mercury Verado outboard engines

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