Angus is also available to provide personalised training courses on your own boat or on the school’s Seaward 29.
New Seaward Nelson 40 Pilot Boat built for Genoa Pilots, Italy-RELEASE…PRESS RELEASE…PRESS RELEASE…PRESS RELEASE…PRESS Seaward delivers the first of two new Nelson 40 pilot boats to Genoa Pilots Dateline. 21th April 2016 – Cowes, Isle of Wight, UK The first of two new Seaward Nelson 40 pilot boats ordered by Genoa Pilots to serve shipping in and out of this busy Italian port has been […]
R&D for 2 new Nelson motor yacht models-Mike Burnham leads research and development for two new Nelson motor yacht models Dateline March 8, 2016. Cowes: The Boat Development Co based at Cowes, builders of the Seaward Nelson range of all-weather motor cruisers and commercial craft, is investing heavily in developing two new models to their range: the all new Seaward 39 E16, […]
Senior management changes at Seaward Boats-Senior management changes at Seaward Boats Dateline: Cowes, 17th February 2016: Stephen Thomas, currently Technical Director of The Boat Development Company which builds the Seaward range of motor yachts and Nelson commercial pilot boats, has been promoted to Managing Director, and William Rhys-Jones joins the Board as Sales and Marketing Director. Stephen, who joined the […]
"To do our job we need different types of boats. These can be divided into two categories: boats for good weather and boats for bad weather. Based on our experience the Nelsons are for sure the pilot boats best suited to rough seas. Their reliability and technical features allow us to go out in all weather conditions. Throughout the construction of the two pilot boats, Seaward has been very correct and professional. All of our requests and doubts have been studied and clarified with seriousness and competence."
Captain John Gatti Senior Pilot, Genoa - Seaward Nelson 40 'LYBRA'
"Now that I've had my Seaward 25 for a month and have had the chance to use her around the waters at Dartmouth, I thought I would let you know how delighted I am with Cool Blue II. Despite the adverse weather, she handled the conditions impeccably and lived up to the reputation for which Seaward Boats are renowned."