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Sealine C390

2024 11.98m 39'3" United Kingdom 

GBP 599,000

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Diamond priority listing
United Kingdom
£72,500 GBP
Tax paid / included
2006 | 9.35m | Diesel | Power
United Kingdom
£32,000 GBP
Tax paid / included
1998 | 7.32m | Diesel | Power
United Kingdom
£229,950 GBP
Tax paid / included
2010 | 12.90m | Diesel | Power
United Kingdom
£179,995 GBP
Tax paid / included
2012 | 11.10m | Diesel | Power
£31,950 GBP
Tax paid / included
2003 | 7.62m | Diesel | Power
United Kingdom
£199,950 GBP
Tax paid / included
2010 | 12.90m | Diesel | Power
United Kingdom
£119,950 GBP
Tax paid / included
2007 | 11.51m | 678.0 | Power
£371,043 GBP
Listed price €440,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
2024 | 10.31m | Diesel | New | Power
£168,656 GBP
Listed price €200,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
1999 | 15.70m | Power
Valencian Community, Spain
£465,996 GBP
Listed price €552,600 EUR
Tax not paid / excluded
2024 | 13.55m | Diesel | New | Power
Valencian Community, Spain
£538,097 GBP
Listed price €638,100 EUR
Tax not paid / excluded
2024 | 13.55m | Diesel | New | Power

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History of Sealine Yachts

Sealine Motor Yachts has a long and illustrious history that spans over five decades. Established in 1972 by Tom Murrant, the British shipbuilder has always aimed to create motor yachts of the highest quality that offer both luxury and performance.

From the very beginning, Sealine became known for its innovative use of materials and design techniques. One of its most groundbreaking developments was the introduction of the iconic Sealine "sunroof" in the 1980s. This distinctive feature allowed boaters to convert their cockpit into an open-air space and quickly became a trademark of Sealine vessels, setting them apart from the competition.

In the 1990s, Sealine expanded into the international market and gained global recognition with the introduction of the highly successful C39 flybridge model. This propelled the company to be a major player in the luxury boat market.

In the early 2000s, Sealine was acquired by the German company, Hanse Group, which provided new investment and growth opportunities. Despite the change in ownership, Sealine continued to innovate and released models such as the award-winning SC35, known for its sleek design, exceptional handling, and luxurious interiors.

In recent years, Sealine has focused on meeting the changing demands of boaters. The introduction of the C330 in 2015 and the F430 in 2019 showcased the company's commitment to combining modern design with outstanding performance.

Craftsmanship and attention to detail are at the heart of Sealine's philosophy. Every vessel is meticulously hand-built, ensuring superior quality and allowing for customization options. Customers can choose from various layouts, materials, and finishes to create a personalized yacht that reflects their unique taste and style.

Today, Sealine Motor Yachts remains a leading manufacturer in the global yachting industry. With a dedication to innovation, exceptional performance, and luxurious comfort, the company continues to build on its rich heritage while pushing the boundaries of yacht design.

What models do Sealine produce?

Sealine has long been known for creating luxurious and performance-driven boats that cater to the discerning boater. With a range of models designed for everything from day cruising to long-range voyages, Sealine continues to impress with their attention to detail and commitment to quality craftsmanship.

The Sealine C390 is a sleek and stylish cruiser that offers ample space for entertaining and relaxing on the water. With a modern interior design, including a spacious salon, well-equipped galley, and comfortable sleeping accommodations, the C390 is perfect for weekend getaways or extended vacations.

For those looking to take their boating experience to the next level, the Sealine C430 is a top-of-the-line model that offers luxury and performance in equal measure. With expansive deck space, a chic interior, and top-of-the-line amenities, the C430 is the ideal choice for boaters who want to make a statement on the water.

If you're in the market for a more compact and nimble option, the Sealine S330 might be the perfect fit for you. This sporty cruiser offers exceptional handling and performance, making it a joy to drive on the open water. With a comfortable cockpit and well-appointed cabin, the S330 is the perfect boat for day cruising or quick getaways.

Finally, the Sealine F380 is a stunning flybridge model that offers unparalleled comfort and style. With a spacious flybridge, luxurious interior, and top-of-the-line amenities, the F380 is the ultimate choice for boaters looking to cruise in style and sophistication.

No matter what your boating needs may be, Sealine has a model that will exceed your expectations. With a commitment to quality and innovation, Sealine continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in the world of luxury boating.

Which models do Sealine produce?

Sealine produce a range of boats including the Sealine C335, Sealine F43, Sealine SC35, Sealine C390 and Sealine F42. For the full list of Sealine models currently listed on, see the model list in the search options on this page.

What types of boats do Sealine build?

Sealine manufactures a range of different types of boats. The ones listed on TheYachtMarket include Cruiser, Motoryacht, Express cruiser / sports cruiser, Flybridge motor cruiser and Coastal cruiser.

How much does a boat from Sealine cost?

Used boats from Sealine on range in price from £9,950 GBP to £1,090,000 GBP with an average price of £182,000 GBP. A wide range of factors can affect the price of used boats from Sealine, for example the model, age and condition.

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