The Sealine S335V fits a lot of function into its nearly 34-foot length overall. It’s one of three new sub-40-foot yachts from the German builder, and it’s a twin-outboard-powered vessel.
From the cockpit seating to the fixed foredeck sun pad, there is nearly 54 square feet of lounging real estate on the main deck.
Owners can opt to extend the swim platform’s port and starboard corners to flank the twin outboard engines. In the cockpit, there’s portside C-shaped seating with a table that can convert to a sun pad. Beneath the table is an electrically operated hatch for stowage that’s sized to hold paddleboards, water skis, dive equipment or the like. There’s also a two-burner cooktop, a sink, and a wet bar with a refrigerator to starboard.
The helm station is amidships and to starboard, with companion seating for two to port. Two opening sunroofs—one above the helm and one above the cockpit—and half-height windows bring in natural light and fresh breezes. Between the helm area and cockpit, nine people can be on board without feeling like they’re sitting on top of one another while the boat is underway.
Stairs that lead belowdecks are next to the helm station, slightly offset to starboard. Sealine offers multiple options belowdecks. In each layout, there is a single head with a separate shower to starboard, as well as a double-berth guest stateroom aft. The headroom in that stateroom is nearly 6 feet, 5 inches.
To port and opposite the head, owners can opt for additional stowage, a settee with a coffee table, or a galley with a sink, fridge, microwave and two-burner cooktop. With the stowage or settee layout options, there is a forepeak master stateroom with an island berth, three skylights, hullside windows, and an open or closed bulkhead.
Power options for the S335V are twin 300 hp Yamahas, Suzukis or Mercury Verados. Sealine says a 40-knot top hop is possible.
Check out all the options with Sealine’s online configurator tool.
From the forepeak master (or optional lounging space) to the amidships guest stateroom aft, the belowdecks living space has approximately 6-foot-5-inch headroom.
In addition to this fixed foredeck sun pad, the Sealine S335V’s relaxation areas include portside C-shaped cockpit seating with a table that converts to a sun pad.
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