Here’s some interesting news which I’ve just come across; Sealine are updating the model range to make the ‘name’ truly reflect the size of the boat. I’ve inserted the information below for everyone to see:
SEALINE UPDATES ITS MODEL RANGE
Sealine has today (13th February) announced changes to its model ranges in line with both current and future product development programmes. The new badging, which becomes effective this week, will reflect the true overall length of each boat
Commenting on the changes Bill Griffiths Managing Director of Sealine said
“It provides an important opportunity to offer consistency across all of our markets and brings to an end any confusion over the true size of each of our models. This initiative is part of a continuing programme of repositioning Sealine in line with our growing range of high quality, high spec and engineered innovative luxury motor boats. We have added new finishes and materials across all our ranges as well as some unique features which we believe offer today’s boater something that is truly different. I believe this new badging will help to redefine us further in our new direction.”
The Sealine models will be changed as follows:
|New Model Name||Previous model||LOA (m)||LOA (ft)|
|F380||F37||11.56||37’ 8”||To be launched this Autumn|
The T Series, T50 and T60, will keep their existing model names. A new Sealine brochure is now available as a CD or download and the Sealine website is being updated to reflect the changes.
For further media information please contact Sue Hardwick on 020 7499 8600 / 07710 260743 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This has been another Captain Corbett’s Adventure. If I’m not on Jersey teaching a private tuition Day Skipper theory or Yachtmaster theory course, then I’m either spending time with someone on their boat, giving them the confidence to take their boat out with their family and friends on board or I’m off somewhere exotic delivering a boat. Either way, I’ll write it up and put it on the Blog for you all to see, so keep popping back to see my most recent adventures.