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A very popular boat, the Cruisers 3375 Esprit offered buyers a roomy 33-foot family express with a comfortable layout and a choice of sterndrive or inboard power. The Esprit is not radically different from other boats in her classthe styling is typical of a 1990s-era cruiser, and her traditional midcabin floorplan might best be described as generic. Built on a modified-V hull with balsa coring in the hullsides and bottom, a wide 11-foot, 8-inch beam allows for a spacious interior with a wide-open salon and berths for six. Privacy curtains separate the fore and aft sleeping areas from the main cabin, and while the galley is compact in size, the spacious head features a separate stall shower. Topside, the Esprits bi-level cockpit seats six and includes a double helm seat, wet bar, and wraparound aft seating which converts into a large sun pad. Additional features include an extended swim platform, radar arch, cockpit shower, trim tabs and a transom door. Twin 260hp MerCruiser I/Os cruise the 3375 Esprit at 25 knots (about 35 knots top), while a pair of 320hp V-drive gas inboards cruise in the low 20s and reach just over 30 knots wide open.