Mon 28th May 2018


2005 - Present


When it came to designing Sealine’s latest T-series motor yacht our team were given a very simple brief. To create a class leading vessel in terms of style, accommodation and performance. The T50 is the stunning result.

With its distinctive slanted, stainless steel portholes and forward facing radar arch the T50 takes its inspiration from the cutting edge design of the T60. You’ll find it shares many of its larger sister’s innovative features too. But because every new boat that we build is a chance to improve on what’s gone before, the T50 has some brand new design features of its own. Take the hull for instance. Created by world championship winning powerboat designer Ocke Mannefelt in conjunction with Sealine’s in-house design team, this new design takes a unique approach to improving performance. By encouraging greater interaction between the propellers and the water, the hull actually increases propeller efficiency and reduces water resistance. Creating a wonderfully smooth and stable ride.

Inside, the craftsmanship is just as impressive. The saloon’s distinctive raised seating area is bathed in natural light thanks to additional sunroofs and a deck hatch cleverly located directly above the saloon table. With over 6ft 6ins of headroom in the saloon the sense of light and space aboard the T50 is remarkable for a boat of this size. Specification is uniformly high throughout. Corian® worktops, Moabi wood flooring and cherry wood
cabinetry combine to create a truly luxurious ambience. A full beam master cabin, equal status guest cabin and a third Pullman cabin provide ample accommodation for you and your guests.

Modesty prevents us from claiming that the T50 is the most complete 50-footer ever built. We’re happy to leave that judgement to you.