Sealine has confirmed details of its new 33ft sportscruiser, which will be unveiled at the PSP Southampton Boat Show
Sealine has confirmed that it will be launching a new 33ft sportscruiser at the PSP Southampton Boat Show (12-21 September).
The company had hoped to keep the identity of the new model a secret until the eleventh hour, but confirmed the launch in order to dispel inaccurate rumours.
Details leaked by a dealer suggested that the new model would be called the S32, however we can confirm the model Sealine will be unveiling will be called the S330.
Designed in-house by Bill Dixon and the team at Hanse, the S330 is new from the ground-up, with Sealine keen to distinguish it from the S380 (pictured above).
Single and twin-engine choices will be available and a source close to Sealine described the styling as “stunning”.
Full plans are due to be revealed to the press at the Cannes Boat Show (9-14 September), before the boat is unveiled at Southampton the following week.
Photos, prices and specifications are expected to emerge in the coming weeks. Watch this space for much more on what will be the most compact model in the Sealine range.