Seacott Marine produces bespoke all welded small Aluminium boats.
These are hand built and will last a lifetime.
This is the SHEARWATER 19
Built to a classic style but in a class of it’s own
The Shearwater 19 is an Aluminium Speedboat that is unique, truly bespoke, brand new with a Gucci style colour scheme. This is a rare opportunity to own a Speedboat/Runabout that stands out from the crowd, whilst also being easy to handle, berth and very user friendly. She is ideally suited to Lake boating and would be at home on an Italian or Swiss Lake, as well as inland waterways or as a marina runabout.
Powerful & Practical
Seating three in the front cockpit and two in the aft cockpit, she has the unusual addition of sunbeds over the engine hatches. The central inboard 135hp Mercruiser (3 litre) petrol engine and conventional shaft drive via a ZF gearbox, making her economical to run. The Specification is available to download in the Speedboat section/photo gallery.
Made with True Passion
This project has taken a few years to complete and is now finally ready. The eye catching colour scheme is a luxurious cream colour, complimented with racing green and a burgundy accent, similar to classic Gucci. Matching upholstery has seating with a diamond stitch pattern. The sophisticated mahogany dashboard, mahogany rubbing strip and stainless steel trim completes the elegant look. She is RCD compliant (Category D) and CE marked.
Seacott Aluminium 2.5m Dinghy
A new design of a small lightweight aluminium Dinghy that is extremely durable and strong and can be used with an outboard engine up to 5hp. It has a wide beam and high freeboard so is safe and stable. These Dinghy’s are bespoke and hand made in all welded marine grade aluminium…
Did you have something else in mind?
As all the aluminium boats are bespoke and hand built we welcome enquiries for building to a particular design or requirement. If you have something in mind and would like to discuss it with us please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We can together evolve a conceptual design which can then be progressed with a marine architect to produce working drawings…