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A popular boat for Chris Craft in the early 1980s, the 332 Express (called the 332 Amerosport in 1986) is unusual in that she was built on a deep-V hulla rare platform for a dedicated family cruiser. Deep-V hulls tend to roll a lot in a beam sea (especially at slow speeds), and they arent noted for their fuel efficiency, but they do have superb rough-water handling qualitiesa characteristic that sets the 332 Express apart from most of the competition. Note that this is a pure express boat with a flush cockpit and straight inboard power. She underwent several updates over the years including the addition of a radar arch in 1983, and in 1986 the floorplan was slightly rearranged and a bolt-on swim platform was added at the transom. While her interior isnt unusually roomy for a 33-footer, the 332 has one of the larger cockpits to be found in a boat this sizelarge enough for a couple of anglers to do some serious fishing. (Indeed, the oversize cockpit more than compensates for the somewhat compact cabin accommodations.) With 350hp big-block inboard gas engines, the 332 Express will cruise comfortably 2022 knots (close to 30 knots top).