Seamaster 30 Six Berth Motor Cruiser
The Seamaster 30 was introduced at the London Boat Show in 1970 and was an instant success. 400 were produced from 1970 to 1981. Bounty Boats made some craft under the name "New Seamaster 30" and from 1984 a new Seamaster company offered the 30 as the Seamaster "Norther" 30.
The Seamaster 30 was also available without the aft cabin to special order.
Length: 30'; Beam:11'6"; Draught: 2'8½" Weight: 4 tons;
Single or twin Perkins 4107 / 41098 diesel
Single or twin Thornycroft 2.52 BMC diesel.
Various Volvo Penta petrol engines
Various other engines were available to order.
The hull and superstructure were used by other companies also.
Seamaster claimed a top speed of 13 knots.
This model was featured in the Motor Boats Monthly September 1996 issue.