on 23 Jun 2019
This 10.3m cruiser has a maximum speed of 40 knots and will make its world premiere at Cannes Yachting Festival (Sept 10-15)
After Sealine’s successful debut of an outboard-powered boat last year, the S330v, it is following up with the agile Sealine C330v 33-foot cruiser. The inboard version had won the Motor Boat and Yachting magazine’s Motor Boat Award. The new Sealine will have its world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival (September 10-15, 2019).
With the Sealine C330v, acceleration reaches 40 knots. Meanwhile, the interior impresses with spacious double cabins, which boast the most headroom and largest double beds in its class.
Large hull windows, panoramic glazing in the saloon and two opening roof sections provide the yacht with ample light and fresh air. Even in bad weather, the C330v offers the best of maritime lifestyle with its fully equipped galley and first-class, all-round visibility.
“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 sporty outboard motors are ideally suited for shallow bays due to their low draught, they also promise maximum driving pleasure with their sporty direct steering.”