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The Trojan 350 Express (called the 360 Express in 19992001) is a traditional midcabin express whose contemporary styling and affordable price made her a fairly popular boat in the late 1990s. She was built on a solid fiberglass hull with moderate beam, and propeller pockets are used to reduce the shaft angles. The cockpit and floorplan of the 350/360 remained essentially unchanged during her production years. The midcabin interior is arranged in the conventional manner with double berths in both staterooms and a convertible dinette in the main cabin. A sliding door provides privacy for the forward staterooma curtain is used for midcabin privacyand headroom is a full 6 feet, 5 inches. (Note that the floorplan was slightly rearranged in 1999 when an L-shaped settee replaced the original U-shaped dinette.) Topside, a bi-level cockpit has a triple-wide helm seat forward together with a built-in wet bar and wraparound lounge seating aft. A bow pulpit, radar arch, and swim platform were standard. Among several engine options, twin 320hp V-drive gas inboards cruise the 350/360 Express at a leisurely 1516 knots (mid-to-high 20s top).