The C330 was a triumph but Sealine isn’t resting on its laurels and has tweaked the original design to create the Sealine C335 for 2021.
For a boat a whisker over the 33ft the packing of the Sealine C335 is absolutely superb, especially on the main deck where twin sunroofs, a side door and bi-folding aft doors combine to create a brilliantly flexible single-level living area.
Not an inch of space has been wasted and with the aft canvases in place the cockpit can be still used as a living area even in inclement conditions.
The improvements on board aren’t major in isolation but there are lots of little adjustments that vastly improve the overall workings of the interior.
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The Sealine C330 delivers excellent packaging and fun handling for a competitive price
Take the saloon dinette, for example, all of the seating was fixed on the Sealine C330, but on this the forward end cantilevers aft to create a forward navigator’s bench alongside the single helm seat.
More subtle design smarts are in evidence on the lower deck as well, where a forward window has appeared in the owner’s cabin to draw more light in when the foredeck cushions are in place and a small adjustment to the angle of the forward bulkhead in the heads has created enough space for a separate shower cubicle.
Both cabins are good size given the boat’s dimensions and for a family four would provide perfectly agreeable accommodation for longer cruises.
The oily bits all come from Volvo Penta with single or twin sterndrive engine installations on offer.
The single D6 would be a cost effective and nicely balanced package but for those who prefer the extra redundancy of a twin installation the D3 220s should do the trick. Certainly a case of evolution over revolution here but in this instance that’s no bad thing.
Sealine C335 specification
LOA: 33ft 1in (10.31m)
Beam: 11ft 6in (3.5m)
Engines: Single/twin diesel up to 440hp
Top speed: 31 knots
Starting price: £266,000