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Sharing the same good-running deep-V hull used in the production of the 332 Express, the Chris Craft 333 Sedan is a traditional flybridge cruiser with a distinctive profile and an unusually open cabin layout. Construction is solid fiberglass, and a relatively wide beam creates a roomy interior with berths for six and good headroom throughout. The floorplan of the Chris 333 is arranged with the galley and dinette forward, a few steps down from the salon. A lower helm was standard, and a double berth is found in the single stateroom. While the cockpit isnt large enough for a fighting chair and includes no livewell or fish box, its still big enough for a couple of light-tackle anglers. Topside, the small flybridge will seat three on a single bench seat. In 1984, the deckhouse profile was redesigned for a more modern appearance, and in 1986the last year of productiona revised flybridge relocated the helm farther aft and added bench seating forward of the console. A good rough-water performer, standard 350hp Crusader gas engines cruise the Chris 333 Sedan comfortably at 20 knots and deliver a top speed in the neighborhood of 30 knots.