Sealine releases layout and onboard features of its new flybridge model

Sealine has released images of its new flybridge model exclusively to MBM. The F380’s hull, based on the S380’s (previously the SC35) design, has been extended to provide extra running area and lift while also allowing for some useful stowage solutions to be worked in.

See footage of the new-look SC35 at the London Boat Show

SEE THE F380 GALLERY

The all-important flybridge will feature a double helm, forward sunpad and a large aft dining area. Inside a rearranged below decks layout has a mid cabin with twin berths and a cleverly worked forward master with its own entrance lobby and en-suite access.

Other features will include two vast lazarettes to the cockpit and saloon, a range of hull colour options, modular furniture and reversible cockpit seating.

Power will come from Volvo Penta’s D4 and D6 engines, running on sterndrives, with speeds of up to 34 knots expected.

Sealine is still hopeful of a summer launch, with the boat due to make its official debut at the 2013 Southampton Boat Show.

Look out for a full preview of the F380 in the May issue of MBM, including more images and comparison charts with the old F37.