Just before the end of 2020, Sealine presented two new models, the Sealine C335 and the Sealine C335v, combining flexibility, space and luxury in an exemplary manner. In this newly established 33-foot class, the customer has the choice between an inboard engine up to 440hp and a top speed of 31 knots, or twin outboards with 2x 300hp and up to 40 knots top speed.
Every interior design element of the two family cruisers has been redeveloped to make the available space more smarter and more luxurious than ever before in a 33ft boat. The saloon, for example, has been equipped with a flexible passenger seat that completes the seating area around the dining table when folded down. High-quality work surfaces in the new galley are divided between the cooking area and the sink, and can be folded up as required. The steering position combines maximum operating comfort with modern aesthetics and optimum all-round visibility. Open the sliding glass door and the hinged window to bring the cockpit and saloon together. Fresh air is assured by the electric sunroof and the driver's door integrated into the panoramic window on the starboard side, which can combine to make this space virtually open air.
The owner's cabin of the Sealince C335 / Sealine C335v offers a maximum of natural light with a total of four windows and three skylights. A large mirrored wardrobe and mounted shelving offer plenty of storage space, while ambient lighting and first-class materials complete the luxurious surroundings of the island bed. The spacious design is rounded out by a VIP cabin with two hull windows and a king-size double berth, alongside a bathroom with separate shower cubicle – all with an exceptional finish.
Product manager Andrea Zambonini said: "Our ambition was to equip the Sealne C335 and Sealine C335v with all the comfort of a larger 36-foot yacht. The headroom in the saloon and cabins is unique in this class. With the large, extravagant window area in the hull, we have also established a new design feature at Sealine, allowing an incredible amount of natural light below deck."