325-340 SB Cruiser
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The Bayliner 325 SB Cruiser (called the 340 SB Cruiser in 200809) was one of the best boating values in her class, combining a spacious cockpit and cabin with sporty styling and good open-water performance. The cabin is big and open with a six-person settee that wraps around the forward section of the salon. The galley, to starboard, is equipped with a small fridge, two-burner electric stove, microwave, and an opening port so the chef can see the water while preparing a meal. Behind the stairs is a large double berth with dressing seat, hanging locker andfor real privacya door rather than the ubiquitous draw curtain. The head is conveniently located close to the stairs and features an electric toilet and hot shower. One of the standout features in this deep cabin is the abundant natural lighting that floods into the salon through the hullside windows, ports, and deck hatches. A large L-shape lounge in the cockpit seats six. Additional features include a walk-through windshield, extended swim platform, tilt steering, and anchor windlass. Cruise at 2628 knots (around 40 top) with twin 320hp MerCruiser I/Os.