The 330 Express was a good-selling boat in the early 1990s thanks to her crisp styling and a very roomy interior. Like most Sea Rays of her era, she is built on a solid fiberglass hull with an integrated swim platform and a generous 11-foot, 5-inch beam.
Twin MerCruiser Inboard Motors incorporate prop pockets and side-dumping exhausts.
The midcabin floorplan is popular in most express boats and the wide-open salon of the 330 EC is unusually spacious for a boat this size.
The salon is dominated by a huge wraparound sofa (which converts into a sleeper by night), and a privacy curtain separates the stateroom from the main cabin.
Because the interior is so large, the cockpit of the 330 is on the smaller side. The companion and double helm seats hold three adults, while an aft-facing bench seat has room for two more. A foldaway transom seat and radar arch are popular options.
Twin 260 hp MerCruiser Inboard Engines cruise in the mid 20s and reach a top speed of over 30 knots.
Roomy interior all on one level. Large V berth forward with storage close, shelves and overhead hatch. Next aft on port side is the head with vanity and sink, hot and cold pressure water system; shower; VacuFlush marine head with holding tank and deck pumpout. Seat and hanging locker opposite. Main cabin features a large wraparound sofa, dining table and storage. 6'3" headroom.