Seaway Boats Incorporated first entered the marine marketplace in the 1970s building watercraft for recreational and commercial customers. Suited for fishing, utility and pleasure cruises on the water, Seaway Boats Incorporated offered fiberglass vessels from 13 to 26 feet in length. Production was interrupted for Seaway Boats Incorporated during the 1990s when company founder Harry Farmer left the industry. After the 2009 model year, Seaway Boats Incorporated fell to the recession and competitor Eastern Boats Incorporated purchased the vessel molds.
No longer in production. No models produced from 1989-2001.