Seaward 19 at Seawork 2013

Seaward to demonstrate a new version of their Seaward 19 workboat at the Seawork 2013 International Exhibition, Southampton – 25th-27th June.

Seaward, builders of the famous Nelson all-weather pilot, harbour and work boats will have a new version of their Seaward 19 workboat available for demonstration at this month’s Seawork 2013 International show at the ABP Port in Southampton.

Seaward has been building rugged Nelson commercial and leisure motor boats for more than 3 decades, and all 270 of them are still hard at work. This new sturdy TT designed Nelson derivative has been developed specifically as a hard working harbour, maintenance or yacht club launch. The round bilge, semi-displacement 19ft (5.8m) hull is built for heavy duty and is probably the most sea-kindly in its size range. Depending on engine option, she has a top speed in excess of 17knots.

With the choice of either a 30hp or 110hp Yanmar inboard diesel engine, she makes an ideal tow boat and is very economical to run. This is the smallest in the Seaward range of harbour and pilot boats, yet equipped to the same high standards, with a 2-berth cabin, sea toilet and self-draining cockpit.

Custom built workboats
To discover more about the new extended wheelhouse Seaward Nelson 42 with eight seats, or discuss your particular requirements for a Seaward 19, 21, 23, 25, 29, 35 40 or 42ft Nelson model, visit us on stand B69 at Seawork 2013 between 25-27th June at Southampton.

To register for free entry to Seawork 2013, Click Here

Free transfer from Southampton airport and station.

If you are making a flying visit to Seawork 2013 and would like a friendly face to meet you at the airport or railway station, Seaward is running a courtsey car service for clients. Just e.mail your travel itinerary and we will be very happy to pick you up and show you what Seaward has to offer in harbour, pilot, and commercial workboats.
To view Seaward’s well proven range of rugged, reliable and seaworthy workboats for pilots, police, harbourmasters and all workboat users, please visit:

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