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Stamas got it right with the 320 Express, a versatile sportfisherman with comfortable cabin accommodations and a spacious cockpit. Stamas builds boats the old-fashioned way with solid fiberglass hulls, aggressive nonskid, and deep cockpits. The wide side decks of the 320 Express make it easy to get around, and visibility from the elevated helm position is excellent. Fishing amenities include a full tackle center with sink, cockpit bolsters, insulated fish box, and transom livewell. On inboard versions, a hydraulic lift lifts the tackle center for access to the engine compartment. Below, the spacious interior of the Stamas 320 offers berths for six including a midcabin berth, convertible dinette, and V-berth forward. Just aft of the galley is a head with lots of elbow rooma rarity in a boat this size. Teak cabinets, a teak-and-holly sole, and a built-in entertainment center round out this well-appointed cabin. Note that the fuel capacity is rather modest compared with other 32-footers. Twin Yamaha 225 outboards cruise the Stamas 320 at 2224 knots (about 35 knots top), while a pair of 320hp MerCruiser gas inboards cruise in the mid 20s (30+ top).