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Since the companys founding in 2003 Meridians have been known for their edgy styling. Boat styling is a moving target, however, and whats sexy today may appear dated in a few short years. Introduced in 2006, the sweeping lines of the Meridian 391 distinguish her from other boats in her class. With her short foredeck and long superstructure, the below decks accommodations are spacious indeed. Adding to that impression are the tiered side windows and large front windshieldthe outside views are panoramic, but its a little like being in a giant fishbowl. The two-stateroom floorplan of the 391 Sedan consists of a step-down galley forward of the salon, opposite an elevated dinette. The guest stateroomwhich has a queen bedextends beneath the dinette so headroom here is minimal. Note that the head is split in this layout with the shower stall on one side and the sink/toilet on the other. A lower helm is optional in place of the dinette. In the cockpit, the flybridge staircase lifts for access to the engine room. Lounge seating on the huge bridge can accommodate a small crowd. Standard 370hp gas engines cruise at 18 knots; optional 380hp Cummins diesels cruise at 20+ knots.