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Introduced in 2005, the Meridian 341 Sedan is not an updated version of the companys original 341 Sedan built in 200304. This is a completely different boat with greater beam than her predecessor, more dramatic styling, and a revised two-stateroom interior. Built on a low-deadrise hull with a solid fiberglass bottom, the 341s tiered cabin windows create the impression of great space in the salon. The galley is forward, on the same level as the salon, and the well-appointed decor is an attractive blend of leather seating, vinyl wall coverings, and cherry joinery. A head with a stall shower is to starboard, accessed from either the master stateroom or the passageway. If the interior of the 341 Sedan seems unusually spacious for a 34-footer, the cockpit is small and the side decks are practically nonexistent. A molded staircase leads up to the extended flybridge with its wet bar and guest seating aft of the helm. Additional features include a transom door, radar arch, fore and aft freshwater washdowns, electric VacuFlush toilet, and stern and bow thrusters. A lower helm was optional. Twin 320hp gas inboards cruise the Meridian 341 at 1820 knots (high 20s top).