Sealine is launching its S330V this fall, the builder’s first outboard-powered express cruiser. The new model expands the builder’s Sport Series, which also includes the single- or twin-diesel-powered S330.
The S330V’s standard powerplants are twin 300 hp Mercury Verado outboards, but 350 hp Verados are available. Best top-end is expected to be about 36 knots with the 300s and 38 knots with the 350s. Those outboards give the S330V a draft of 3’1”, making the vessel shallow-water friendly.
The boat is designed with a deep-V hull form with fiberglass construction and supported by an integral, laminated structural grid. In addition to help lengthen the S330V’s lines and profile, the plumblike bow should help dispatch chop when needed.
For fun in the sun, there is a foredeck sun pad. Additionally, owners can create a second tanning space by retracting of the vessel’s Bimini top, dropping the cockpit table and adding a filler cushion to the portside U-shaped settee. For even more rays, the hardtop’s forward section retracts as well.
If it gets too hot in the sun, the cockpit has what the builder calls an “external galley” to starboard with a sink and beverage stowage. The helm station is just forward of the galley. Across from the helm is a companion bench seat for two.
Sealine fits two staterooms, one head and a galley belowdecks. The forepeak master has a V-berth. The second stateroom is amidships, running athwartships, and is fitted out with a double berth and hanging locker.
Between the two staterooms is the galley to starboard with a two-burner cooktop and sink. Just abaft the galley is the head with shower. Across from the galley is a dinette with table and L-shaped seating.
Look for the Sealine S330V to debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.