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Knowledgeable boaters know that Crownline builds a lot of boat for the money. The 340 CR (called the 350 CR beginning in 2010) meets that description well. No lightweight, she rides on a solid fiberglass modified-V hull with moderate beam and a sporty reverse transom. Unlike most boats in her class, a fiberglass hardtop is standardan expensive extra not always available with some competitive models. Guests will enjoy the sun on the patio-sized aft cockpit or on the convertible aft bench at the transom. Below, the spacious (and well appointed) interior features a convertible settee to starboard, full-service galley with cherry cabinets to port, enclosed head with wall-mounted shower, and a centerline queen berth forward with privacy curtain. A 26"" flat-screen TV is built into the aft salon bulkhead, and a large U-shaped lounge in the midcabin area converts into an adult-size double berth. Note the solid hardwood flooring throughout the cabin. Topside features include a deluxe cockpit wet bar with refrigerator, standard anchor windlass, and a transom storage locker. The teak inlaid swim platform is a nice touch. Cruise at 2426 knots with MerCruiser 300hp Axius stern drives (optional).