Europe's oldest motor boat magazine, "Motor Boat & Yachting", has presented the two Sealine models S330 and C330 with the internationally coveted "Motor Boat Award 2016". The two winners received the famous award in the category "Sport cruiser up to 45 feet". Just the year before, Sealine received the Motor Boat Award for the model F380 in the "Flybridge up to 55 feet" class.
The specialist jury from "Motor Boat & Yachting" said the following during the prize awards: "SEALINE has fulfilled the wishes of Sealine customers: British designer Bill Dixon excelled himself, taking the hull from the successful S330, but completely re-arranging the interior and designing a new deck layout. The C330 is a completely different boat than the S330 and is an entirely new development in its own right.
The S330 is the perfect choice for people who love sunbathing or simply want to make the most of life on deck. If the main focus is on the space below deck and on experiencing the Sealine from the enclosed driver's platform, the C330 is the right choice. Whether the goal is to sail powerfully through the waves at full speed or to experience the cruising feeling while traveling from port to port: Both Sealine yachts have a wide range of engine options - as a single or a double machine, the cruisers can also be selected based on economic aspects".
With its innovative model policy, Sealine sets many trends in the cruiser sector. The cruisers from the traditional brand are characterized by a unique design from Bill Dixon, which offers an optimal combination of dynamics, function and luxury.
Sealine yachts not only impress the test crews from "Motor Boat & Yachting", but also win people over with their unique, elegant design that appeals to a wide range of customers, including below deck with fantastic technical comfort.
The "Oscar of motor boats" was presented in London on 11 January by the publisher Time Inc. 250 hand-picked guests were invited to the Rosewood Hotel in London for the gala event. The Motor Boat Award was presented for the first time in 2005 and is one of the most internationally recognized prizes in the yacht building sector.