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Neither high-tech nor expensive, the Larson 330 Cabrio is an economy-class cruiser with generous cabin accommodations, plenty of storage, and a well-arranged cockpit. Like all recent Cabrio models, the 330 rides on a stepped hull, a bottom design said to reduce drag and improve performance by breaking the waters grip on the hull. The interior of the 330 will sleep six with an angled double berth forward, a large midcabin berth, and a convertible dinette. The galley contains plenty of storage cabinets and counter space, and a roomy head compartment has overhead storage and a large vanity, but no shower stall. Topside, a double helm seat, wet bar, and U-shaped settee are standard in the cockpit. Lacking side decks, a windshield walk-through provides access to the bow. A radar arch and transom door are also standard, and a filler turns the cockpit into a large sun pad. Note that an extended swim platform has been a popular option. On the downside, the engine compartment is a tight fit. A fast ride with twin 300hp MerCruiser sterndrives, the 330 Cabrio will cruise in the mid 20s and reach a top speed of around 40 knots.