Sealine Yachts History
As many yards are founded, so too was Sealine Yachts in 1970 when aircraft engineer Tom Murrant was looking for a specific boat that he could not find, so he built it himself. Along with two other friends, Tom Murrant built his 23ft cabin cruiser and it soon became a commercial success. He withdrew whatever money he had at the time, and founded Fibrasonic Marine Ltd. Due to the success of the company, they needed to expand by 1978 and so they relocated to a town in England called Kidderminster. After just 6 weeks, the new C-Line Weekender was developed, as was the 22ft Cabin Cruiser. Due to his success with the C-Line, Murrant set out with a new goal – to expand internationally and built world-renowned boats, and the name went from C-Line to Sealine. Models included the longer Sealine 30, the Ambassador, the Statesmen, and the Aura. Forty years after the yard was established, the brand and all its models were purchased by Hanseyachts, and the newest generation of yachts were under lead designer, the renowned Bill Dixon. The new line of models now include the Sealine F380 Flybridge, the Sealine S330 Sport Serie, the Sealine C330 Cruiser Serie, and the Sealine F530 Fly Bridge.
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Sealine Yachts Models
|Model Name||Production Year||LOA||Beam||Draft|
|T47 Motor Yacht||2000-2004||46' 9" (14.25m)||14' 3" (4.32m)||3' 10" (1.17m)|
|T51 Motor Yacht||1998-2004||51' (15.52m)||15' (4.55m)||4' 7" (1.4m)|