336 Ultra Vee
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With her high-freeboard profile, colorful hull graphics and dated cabin decor, the 336 Ultra Vee (called the 3360 Esprit in 1988) is showing her age these days. That said, however, the appeal of the 336 for todays used-boat buyer lies in her unique interior, comfortable ride, and sturdy construction. Inside, the Ultra Vees midcabin is actually the master stateroom with partial standing headroom, a privacy door, and direct access to the heada completely innovative floorplan made possible by her elevated helm seat. A total of eight opening hull ports and three deck hatches provide excellent cabin ventilation, and headroom in the galley area is well over 6 feet. Updates in 1985 included an additional 50 gallons of fuel capacity and the introduction of a more upscale interior decor with less emphasis on teak woodwork. In the cockpit, bench seating is built into the transom and twin removable hatches in the floor access the engine compartment. Visibility from the raised helm seat is about as good as it gets in a boat of this type. Built on a modified-V hull with prop pockets, twin 350hp gas inboards cruise at an easy 20 knots and reach a top speed of 2830 knots.