Sealine has always been something of a byword for innovation, and the Sealine T50 is a great example of this.

Sporting an aft-galley layout, extending cockpit and reverse-raked radar arch, this Volvo-powered model really stood out from the crowd when it was launched in 2005.

Eleven years on and we thought it was high time to revisit this flybridge favourite and see how it has stood up to the test of time.

Below decks, we inspect the full-beam amidships master cabin and the portside guest cabin, which features folding bunks to free up more space when you need it.

In this video, we inspect a 2008 model based in Salterns Marina, Poole. Shortly after our visit it was delivered to its new owner in Spain, but there are plenty more great value alternatives on the market, with prices starting at around £250,000.

To read our full used boat report on the Sealine T50, pick up the April edition of Motor Baot & Yachting, which is out next week (March 3).