The Sealine 360 that sank on its delivery trip to Ireland is now for sale. View pictures in our gallery
The unfortunate Sealine 360 that sank on its delivery trip two years ago has been cleaned up and is now for sale.
Sealine 360 Seaworks was being delivered to its new owner in Ireland when it hit rocks and sank at the entrance to Falmouth Harbour in August 2008. Two RNLI lifeboats were called to help the boat, which had hit rocks just below St Anthony’s Lighthouse in “calm” conditions.
Seaworks was eventually towed to a nearby beach from where she was refloated and salvaged.
The boat has since been cleaned up and Dover-based broker, Coastal Rides, which advertised the boat for sale on eBay with a reserve price of £26,000, said that if she doesn’t sell it would probably renovate her.
SEE PICTURES of the current state of the boat.