The Sealine C330 will be unveiled to the world at the Dusseldorf Boat Show
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The mould of the S330 is barely dry and already Hanse is introducing variations on the theme.
This time it’s a coupe version (dubbed the Sealine C330) of the boat that was launched at the Southampton show back in September.
Using the same Bill Dixon hull as the S330, but with a sliding hardtop and cockpit doors, it has a proper enclosed saloon, making it more of a year-round option than the open-backed version.
You also get much deeper sidedecks and proper bulwarks to make crewing the C330 very safe and easy.
The C330 seems to be an impressive study in to how to make the most out of what is quite a small blueprint – the cockpit window that folds up to the roof on the starboard side to open up the saloon is a prime example, as is the side door, giving great access to the decks.
The layout below decks and engine options remain the same as the S330, so that gives you the option of either twin Volvo Penta D3 170s or 220s or a single D6 400.