Tom Murrant founded Sealine 1972 out of pure passion for yachts. He couldn’t find a boat he wanted to sail anywhere on the market – so he built it himself. In Kidderminster, Murrant surrounded himself with highly specialized experts. Only the most highly qualified had a chance – and this still applies at Sealine today.
Production began with boats under 25 feet. The main focus was on accommodating the engines, tanks and auxiliary machines. The designers fought for every inch of extra space, as Murrant firmly believed that clever use of space is the key to better yachts. And this is another hallmark that still applies at Sealine today.
With the 30Fly and the 285 Ambassador, Sealine produced two legendary bestsellers in the early 1980s and became known beyond the borders of the British Isles.
At the start of the 1990s, the brand rose to a big name in the sector. Sealine grew to 500 employees and presented its largest yacht to date in 2004 with the Flybridge T60.
In 2013, Sealine became part of the HanseGroup and moved to North Germany. Since then, the brand has been brought into the 21st century with ideal conditions – state-of-the-art production processes and direct access to the Baltic Sea.
With the concept of offering a loft-inspired lifestyle on the sea, Sealine has embarked on a pioneering and successful path. Four new models have already been created with this new philosophy. The F530 is its most impressive reflection of the new concept to date.