December 14, 2010

New Model: Sealine F42

One of the most expected end of the year debutant's was the Sealine F42, replacement to the F42/5, and new model which continues the minimal styling as started with SC35 presented in 2007. The SC35 amid criticisms from the brand fans and aficionados has sold over two hundred units so far since its launch, which considering recent times is a huge success. Sealine has followed the eleven meters sports cruiser design theme with the SC47, F46, and now the F42. As is for this new model Sealine follow themes of the F46 in a little smaller package, loads of natural light interior, spacious aft deck, large flybridge, and pod propulsion. The real difference is the lower deck, which moves the owners stateroom to fore, and replaces the full beam mid ship suite with a three berth cabin having a double and a single berth. Power choices are twin Volvo 370 or 435hp choices both with IPS pods propulsion. But Sealine have also said during the Southampton show, that a Cummins ZF pods choice should follow.
Technical Data:
LOA - 13.6 m (44.7ft) with extended bathing platform
LOA - 12.9 m without extended bathing platform
Beam - 4.48 m
Draft - 1.15 m
Displacement - 12900 kg dry
Fuel Capacity - 1200 l
Water Capacity - 450 l
Accommodation - 5 berths in 2 cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo IPS500 D6 370hp, IPS600 D6 435hp
Propulsion - Volvo IPS pods forward looking dual propeller pods
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