The new Sealine C330 from the design board of British designer, Bill Dixon made its debut at the Dusseldorf Boat Show, from where reviewer, Alex Smith, recorded this First Look Video.




Large hull windows and opening sunroof hatches to each cabin should permit plenty of natural light through to the interior. The helm station has its own sunroof and also an optional sliding door to the side, while the patio door access to the cockpit is designed to merge outside and inside spaces seamlessly.

Sealine C330: first look video

Sealine C330 video tour.

The sliding bimini is an interesting feature, providing shelter from the sun or rain to those in the cockpit, without all the weight of a hard top. And drinks can be served from the bar, which faces out into the cockpit but is backed onto a large opening window into the saloon area.

The design permits standing headroom throughout the saloon and down below and boasts large double beds in both cabins. Access to the mechanical and electrical systems is well thought through as is the comfort and enjoyment of passengers, thanks to the raised seating area in the saloon positioned perfectly to enjoy the views from the enormous side windows.

For more on the new range from Sealine under the ownership of the German Hanse group, see: Sealine F38 video and 7 of the hottest powerboats at Southampton.

Written by: Alex Smith
Alex Smith is an ex-Naval officer, with extensive experience as a marine journalist, boat tester and magazine editor. Having raced as a Pilot in the National Thundercat Series and as a Navigator in the inaugural Red Sea RIB Rally, he has now settled in the West Country, where he lives and works as a specialist marine writer and photographer from his narrowboat in Bath.