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The 330 TE (Tournament Edition) was the flagship model for World Class Catamarans in the mid 2000s. She incorporates the high-tech construction common to all World Class boats with premium hand-laid fiberglass and no encapsulated wood. As her name implies, the 330 is designed for serious anglers. She came with an impressive array of standard fishing features including two 45-gallon lighted livewells, leaning post with backrest, twin tackle centers, fresh and raw-water washdowns, and molded-in toe rail around the forward deck. Each sponson has an in-deck insulated fish box, and theres a third fish/storage box forward of the console. A step-down head is below the console. The 330s forward cabin includes separate port and starboard sleeping berths each with its own entry door and lockable rod storage. The World Cats high freeboard makes for deep and secure cockpit, but its a long reach down to the water. Note the dual aft seating and centerline transom door. With a 300-gallon fuel capacity, the 330 TE offers a good mix of speed and range. A popular boat, twin 225hp Yamaha outboards cruise in the mid 20s (about 35 knots top).