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A versatile boat designed for fishing as well as cruising, the Sea Ray 340 Amberjack (called the 330 Express Cruiser in 19972001) is one of the roomiest boats in her class thanks to a super-wide 13'5"" beam. Indeed, this is a big 33-footer with a wide-open cockpit and a very spacious interior. Built on a fully cored deep-V hull with prop pockets, the original Express Cruiser floorplan was arranged with a V-berth in the forward stateroom and a sofa in the salon. In 2001when she became the 340 Amberjackthe interior was redesigned to include an angled double berth forward and a full-size dinette in the salon. In both layouts the stateroom is separated from the salon by two sliding doors. Cockpit amenities include an in-deck livewell and fish box, a foldaway bench seat at the transom, and a clever dual-purpose bait prep station/wet bar behind the helm seat. The entire bridge deck can be raised electrically for engine access. Additional features include a centerline windshield vent, radar arch, wide side decks, and rod storage in the cabin sole. Twin 370hp MerCruiser inboards cruise at 20 knots and top out at close to 30 knots.
Overview Repackaged version of Sea Ray 330 Express (19972000) has rearranged cockpit, revised floorplan.
Features Wide 13'5"" beam results in spacious interior with convertible dinette, private bow stateroom, cherry woodwork. Cockpit amenities include L-shaped transom seat, in-deck livewell and fish box, combined bait-prep station/wet bar. Bridgedeck lifts electrically for engine access. Wide side decks are a plus.
Comments Cored hull has prop pockets to reduce draft.
Performance Twin 370hp MerCruiser inboards cruise at 20 knots (about 30 knots top).