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A distinctive boat with sweeping lines to mask her high freeboard, the 3075 Express combines the modern styling and upscale amenities common to all late-model Cruisers yachts. Like most family cruisers, she comes with a conventional midcabin floorplan with double berths fore and aft, a small galley, and a convertible dinette. The head compartment, conveniently located to port just down from the companionway steps, is very spaciousalways a pleasant surprise in a boat this size. The primary layout for the 3075 Express features a fixed double berth aft, but owners may select an alternate layout that includes an aft settee that converts to a sleeper. A double-wide seat is found at the helm, and molded steps next to the helm provide access via the walk-through windshield to the foredeck. A U-shaped settee at the stern converts into a big sun pad. Additional features include a cleverly designed integrated anchor platform, good engine access, and a well-arranged helm with comfortable seating. Among several sterndrive or V-drive engine options, twin 260hp MerCruisers cruise the 3075 Express at 20 knots and reach a top speed in the low-to-mid 30s.