Motor Boats Monthly tested the brand new Sealine F380 out on the Baltic Sea
Founded in the 1970s by Frank Fish, Tom Murrant and Ray Walker, Sealine grew in popularity in the 1980s and 90s to become one of the UK’s most prominent boatbuilders. Following a buyout by German company Hanse in June 2013, the current Sealine range is built in Greifswald on the Baltic coast.
The Sealine F380 is the first new Sealine since the takeover by Hanse Group
The Sealine F48 is classy, customisable and a real contender for the flybridge crown
A victim of its own success perhaps, but the ubiquity of the F33 combined with current market forces mean that these boats are now seriously good value.
So does the Sealine SC42 deliver?
The second addition in the SC range delivers to the max
Exclusive video from Motor Boat & Yachting's test of the Sealine F46
Sealine SC47 - sealine's phantasmagorical design motifs manifest themselves in their latest twin-cabin sportscruiser
New Sealine F46 - a good looking boat with big socialising space
Could this be Sealine's light in shining armour?
A dazzling addition to Sealine's sportscruiser range
More modern thinking from Sealine
For those buying boats in the T46's size bracket, the classic dilemma is whether to go for an aft cabin, or aft cockpit and flybridge.
In an age of stupendous marketing superlatives, categorising the boat as simply "eminently competent" might be seen as a case of damning with faint praise
Although the 410 was launched in September 1993, it is still an exciting boat because it unusually fuses the aft cockpit and aft cabin.
Sealine’s new 35ft sportscruiser has taken design to a whole new level, with outstanding spec and space