The bilge gets wet with rainwater and that leaves the bilge a little dirty. The 340 and 330 are basically the same hull, but with a different arrangement of the interior. If you are tall, the 340 will give you a lot more headroom under the Sunbrella top.I'm not tall and I prefer the sportier look of the 330, so I bought that one. I test drove it with both the V-drives and sterndrives.I'm biased and don't think sterndrives are worth the extra maintenance. The major disadvantage, in my opinion, is that the hull is constructed with balsa wood nearly everywhere including the hull sides and below the waterline in the hull bottom. The 3375 had two different arrangements for the canvas top.
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I like the above mentioned boats in an around the 1998 time frame.
if I get the SR340 it would be a 99 and cost a few more dollars.
Any comments and feedback, boating mostly in the hudson river with day and wekend trips to long island sound and jersey coast. Hull is solid fiberglass with vinylester outer layers. Added that myself in an afternoon for less than .
I have a 1999 Sea Ray 330 DA and I am very satisfied with that boat. There is no wood in hull except for the deck, and the stringers. With full-fuel, the bow tends to ride high @ 18 knots. Light in the head cannot be turned on unless the switch for the cabin lights is also on.
You're looking at 3 of the boats my wife and I considered in the 1997-1999 time frame that we were shopping. Easily corrected in less than an hour and for less than . I like to get in and thoroughly clean the bilge, so this is an inconvenience, but it's not horrible.
Since you have two other boats that you like, I'd say that this one should be a distant number 3. David Pascoe, a certified marine surveyor has written about cored boats. The later model connected to the arch and was supported fore and aft by the arch. (I forgot which engines, but they were big-blocks) The boat ran really well in moderately sloppy water conditions. The boat planed easily and ran at a very comfortable attitude. Coring is used in the decks and also I believe in the hull sides of this model.