- 36 (ft.)
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Full-bodied cruising yacht with distinctive styling, spacious accomodations delivers big-boat comforts in midsize hull. Interior highlights include full-beam salon with facing settees, large galley with cherry cabinetry, two double staterooms with en suite heads. Tiered cabin windows provide panormaic outside views: picture window in master overlooks swim platform.
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- Manufacturer Provided Description
- This elegant motoryacht debuted in July, 2004. Using a unique design concept, this model has the most spacious, open interior possible, coupled with an intuitively designed exterior that offers functionality in all aspects. With a real cherry wood interior, the Meridian 368 Motoryacht lets you entertain comfortably and in style. The roomy interior invites your guests to mix and mingle while also allowing them near 360-degree views of the water. When gazes turn inward, a flat screen TV/DVD provides entertainment, either for a large group or a quiet evening. Or grab a book, sit back and take some time to relax in your Flexsteel double incliner. When you are ready to retire for the evening, the master stateroom invites you with its innerspring mattress, while the forward guest stateroom offers comfort for friend or family. Step out and you will be amazed by the 368's clean lines and elegant style. The sweeping aft deck and swim platform design gives you plenty of room to move around and easy access to the water. Bridge seating for six means plenty of room for others onboard, while thoughtfully laid out features make cleaning a snap and docking a breeze, even for a crew of one or two.