Established in 1972, Sealine is all about the design and production of GRP power cruisers for the recreational market - and the key design intent behind its craft has always been to use every spare inch of space as usefully as possible. From its first boat, the 23 Continental, the company’s focus however has shifted up in size.
The current range comprises eight craft across three main product lines ranging in length from 38 to 60 feet. It starts with the S380, one of two S Series Sports Cruisers. Next comes the F Series with three Flybridge Cruisers in hull lengths of 38, 45 and 49 feet. The single 49-foot ‘C’ Series Cruiser shares the same underpinnings as the new F490 but as a non-fly, it is more commonly considered among the S Series boats. And finally, at the pinnacle of the Sealine range comes the Yacht Series, with two traditionally styled luxury craft in lengths of either 50 or 60 feet.
The F450 has unrivalled space for entertaining throughout the craft with a significantly larger flybridge due to the extended design first offered on the F46. The F450 also builds on the practical cruising capabilities of the hugely successful F42/5.