Seaway offers new models with distinct differences. Seaway focuses on their woodworking capabilities and the ability to get creative with teak finishes.
Downeaster. Lobster Boat. Coastal Hardtop.
These terms carry special meaning to serious boaters. For many of us, they bring up visions of authentic, hard-working vessels that are also graceful and seaworthy. Their beauty is functional. We feel comfortable entrusting ourselves and our families to them. And whether we make our living or stake our recreation on them, we care—a lot—about how they perform in the real-world conditions of our home waters. Oh, yes, and we care about how much they cost to buy, to operate, and to maintain.
If these considerations sound like yours, you’ve come to the right place: Seaway Boats of Milton, New Hampshire. At Seaway, we build efficient, durable hard-chine hulls for anglers, families, and commercial fishermen. Their classic, sweeping sheerlines already give them head-turning beauty, but we like to give them extra value by trimming out those lines with teak accents and cabinetwork. Seaway’s roots may be in building workboats (see the link for Our History), but we know how to build a boat you’ll be proud to own, no matter how or where you use her.