Motor Boat & Yachting's run down of what we think are twelve of the most important new models on display at the 2017 Southampton Boat Show

Sealine C430

Sealine C430 – Berth M204

Sealine C430

Sealine C430

Flexibility is the name of the game with Sealine’s new mid-range C430 coupé. There are three different IPS engine sizes including IPS400, 500 and 600, and a trio of alternative cabin layouts below decks.

The base-level IPS400 option may struggle to shift the C430’s weight with a full compliment of cruising stores on board, so we would recommend opting for the 370hp IPS500s or the 435hp IPS600s.

A standard cabin layout comprising a full-beam master amidships and double VIP in the bows are both served by almost identically sized ensuite bathrooms, but this can be replaced by a three-cabin arrangement with the master moved to the bows and either two doubles or a double and a twin amidships.

On deck, the hydraulic bathing platform is supplemented by a transom wet bar and the foredeck seating area has an optional sunshade and pop-up lights.

The starting price just under £400,000 is competitive, too.

Contact See Sealine website for dealers. Web: www.sealine.com

  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. Princess 55
  3. 3. Sealine C430
  4. 4. Bénéteau Swift Trawler 35
  5. 5. Fairline Squadron 53
  6. 6. Hardy 65
  7. 7. Cockwells Duchy 35
  8. 8. Trader 42 Signature
  9. 9. Fjord 36 xpress
  10. 10. Alfastreet 23 Cabin
  11. 11. Prestige 520
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