Among the better-looking boats in her class, the Cruisers 330
Express (called the 350 Express since 2011) combines modern
sportboat styling with luxury-class accommodations. Indeed, this
is a good example of why Cruisers Yachts continues to be a major
player in the express cruiser market. The 330/350 doesn’t just look
good; she utilizes space as well (maybe better) than any builder in
the business. Her open-plan interior is flooded with natural light,
making the area feel even more spacious than it already is. With
its hardwood cherry trim, faux granite counters, and six vertical
portholes the accommodations are impressive for a boat this size.
The U-shaped lounge aft in the salon makes a convenient place for
eating or lounging and includes a spacious bookshelf and storage.
Note the cushioned master berth headboard forward, and spacesaving
rectangular dinette. The cockpit, in addition to a deluxe
wet bar and double helm seat, includes a wraparound lounge aft
that converts into a big transom sun pad. Early models with Volvo
375hp V-drive gas inboards cruise at 25 knots (low 30s top). Volvo 375hp sterndrives with joystick
controls became available in 2011 (30 knots cruise/40 top).