Sealine’s New Outboard Cruiser


German builder Sealine will debut its second outboard-powered boat, the C330v, at the Cannes Yachting Festival in Cannes, France, this month. It’s the company’s second outboard-powered model, the first being the S330v, which launched last year. 

“The new Sealine C330v combines the award-winning qualities of the inboard version with the advantages of outboard propulsion,” says product manager Andrea Zambonini. “While the outboard motors are ideally suited for shallow bays due to their (shallow) draft, they also promise maximum driving pleasure with sporty direct steering.” Sealine says top end with a pair of 300-hp outboards will be around 40 knots. 

The interior is based around a two-stateroom layout. There’s an island berth in the forward master with a midship cabin abaft of it. An enclosed head with shower is located between the two cabins. A level up, in the main salon, is an L-shaped dinette, starboard-side galley and helm. An electric sunroof, large panels of glass and an open aft bulkhead create an open and airy feel. 

Outside the main salon is an aft cockpit with L-shaped seating around a fold-out table. A full-width sunshade extends from the hardtop when shade is needed. If there are sun worshippers in your crew, there’s a sunpad on the bow.

This article originally appeared in the September 2019 issue.



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