350 Express Bridge
Length w/ Pulpit:
Theres no disguising the fact that the Sea Ray 350 Express Bridge delivers more in the way of accommodations than most any other boat her size on the market. Unlike most flybridge boats with the engine room under the salon, the engines are aft in the Sedan Bridge, under the cockpit. By lowering the salon floor and eliminating the side decks, the single-level interior of the Sedan Bridge seems vast indeed with room to entertain a small crowd. Facing semicircular settees dominate the salon, which is wide open to the large galley to port. The dinette converts into a sleeping area for four by night, and a privacy door separates the forward stateroom from the main cabin. (Note that there is no stall shower in the head.) The cockpit has a bench seat at the transom, and large hatches in the floor provide good access to the engines. Molded steps lead to the spacious flybridge where a door next to the helm opens to another set of steps leading out to the foredeck. A radar arch, transom door, and bow pulpit were standard. Among several engine options, twin 310hp V-drive inboards cruise in the low 20s (30+ knots wide open), and twin 300hp sterndrives top out around 35 knots.
Overview Low-profile sedan gave 1990s buyers more cabin space than most 35-footers before or since.
Features Condo-sized interior with full-beam salon, private bow stateroom can seat a small crowd. Walk-through flybridge gate with molded steps provides convenient access to foredeck seat. Radar arch, transom door, bow pulpit were standard.
Comments No stall shower in head compartment. Hatches in cockpit sole provide good engine access.
Performance Twin 310hp V-drive gas inboards cruise in the low 20s (30+ knots wide open).