Dateline 27th June 2015:
Seaward Boats has recently completed further model updates with numerous upgrades, options and refinements within the range of Seaward Nelson commercial and leisure motorboats.
Seaward 19 E16: New content and construction for new build examples from now
Seaward 23 E15: Retaining the rugged and well-proven sea kindly characteristics, this popular design has been upgraded with numerous options and refinements.
Seaward 25 E14: Already in service, the Seaward 25 E14 has been reviewed by various magazines who greatly appreciate the significant improvements to this extremely popular and well known model
Seaward 29 E15: Two options (galley up and galley down) of this model are in build and one will be on show at the Southampton Boat Show in September 2015
Seaward 35 E15: A stunning new version of the Seaward 35 is near to completion and will also be on show at the Southampton Boat Show in September 2015
Seaward 39 E16: a new model in the Seaward range due to be unveiled in 2016
Seaward 42 E16: A new version of this well-tried and tested a sea kindly Nelson type boat has been designed to become the ultimate long distance cruiser
Seaward 50 E17: The Seaward built Tasman is under new ownership and back at her home port on the Isle of Wight. This is a great example of bespoke boat building at its best and Seaward would be delighted to offer such individuality to meet any client requirements. New drawings are already on the board, and a new build could be ready in 2017.
Come and view some of these Seaward models and learn about the refinements being made to the entire range at the Southampton Boat Show between 11-20th September.
An artistic impression of the latest Seaward 39 Nelson type all-weather motor cruiser. The first will be launched in 2016