Sealine, Hanse and Bill Dixon form an Impressive Trio

24 October 2014

Sealine, Hanse and Bill Dixon form an Impressive Trio Sealine motor cruisers are an award winning range of flybridge and sports cruisers ranging from 33 to 45ft. Sealine motor cruisers are known worldwide for their space, light and detailed, luxury interiors. In 2013 the Hanse Group acquired Sealine and moved production to their efficient, modern factory in Germany. With typically smart foresight Hanse then appointed international designer Bill Dixon to work with the in-house team. Their brief was to create a new range of innovative Sealine models.

This strong combination of pedigree, design excellence and state-of-the-art production has delivered the first boat - the new Sealine S330. The S330 is a 33ft sports cruiser with a dynamic hull design. The carefully sculpted hull provides excellent performance whilst delivering light and space to the interior. Large hull windows and two skylights above the forward cabin and saloon allow further natural light to flood below deck. The superstructure is sleek resulting in a dynamic profile.

The cruiser has a sporty look, yet achieves large interior dimensions - for example the cabin and saloon ceiling heights and bed sizes are the best in the class.

In the words of designer Bill Dixon:

"Sealine motorboats have always been space saving miracles. They really feel much larger than they are. I knew it was an attractive task to implement this philosophy to a 33ft boat. You can't just shrink a 38 footer down to 33 feet. You must take an entirely new approach to the length you have available. Good design always focuses on one, maybe two, signature elements that characterise the entire product. The hull, windows and roof are distinctive enough to spot the 330S amongst hundreds of boats in the marina".

The Sealine Range of boats are distributed into Australia and New Zealand by eyachts which is part of the Windcraft Group. The first Sealine 33 is expected to arrive in Australia in early 2015.

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