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The affordably priced Crownline 290 CR may not win any beauty awards with her high-freeboard profile, but she has a lot to offer when it comes to cabin and cockpit accommodations. Built on a beamy modified-V hull of solid fiberglass construction, the midcabin floorplan of the 290 CR was originally arranged with a canted forward berth coupled with an L-shaped dinette/lounge across from the galley and a spacious head compartment. The layout was updated in 2001 with a large U-shaped dinette/double berth forward. Privacy curtains separate the sleeping areas from the main cabin, and four opening ports and three deck hatches allow for plenty of cabin ventilation. The cockpit can accommodate as many as six. The seat bottom of the double-wide helm seat flips up to create a leaning post, and a molded cockpit galley/wet bar faces the U-shaped lounge. Additional features include built-in fender storage at the transom, a walk-through windshield, removable rear bench seat, and recessed anchor storage at the bow. From a wide choice of sterndrive engine options, a pair of 250hp MerCruiser I/Os cruise the 290 CR at 2224 knots (35+ top).