This is the big one for those who favor pursuing their pleasures in the lap of luxury at 55 mph. Think of it as combining deep-V high performance with a penthouse (ocean view, of course). The penthouse part includes a cherry wood dining table that converts to a double bed, a fully enclosed head, hanging locker, large skylight with hatch and ample storage for long weekend escapes. For maximum entertaining flexibility, cockpits can be configured to suit individual needs. Forty square feet of convertible sun lounge area and the weatherproof six-speaker, 100-watt marine stereo system is all part of a huge list of features and equipment that you'll find standard only on the Regal 3350.
Extended swim platform
Teak and holly salon floor
twin tables in cockpit with wrap around seating
The 3350 has an impressive look just peering through the center walkthrough at the dock. Cockpit space is exceptional. The integrated swim platform has a concealed three-step boarding ladder. Storage in the stern is healthy and has plenty of room for the water toys. Shore power connections are in the starboard locker. There is a gap between the stern and the platform that carries the power cord across to the port side safely when you need to connect from the port slip finger.
The center walkthrough is handy and keeps everyone in clear view of the helm for safety. The rear section lifts on electric motor drives to expose the engine from the stern, which I like a lot for swim platform level service. The bow has an anchor roller, anchor scuff plate and robust chain/rope locker. Cleats are 8” pop up style cleats.
The 11’4” beam is really evident in the space available and the standing room around the rear wraparound benches. Standard carpeting keeps the cleaning to a minimum and the feet cool even on hot days in the sun. Of course, there is ample storage under the bench seats. A section of the seat backs pops out to convert the bench into a larger sunpad on each side. The lids had Velcro loops for keeping the table posts in order. Drink holders were not your typical, they were stainless loops with an opening so that monster insulated cup with a grab rail for a handle will safely stay put. Our boat had a wet bar on the port side with sink, faucet, carry-on cooler underneath and a handy trash bin. There’s also a huge ski locker in the cockpit sole.
Behind the Wheel
The helm is a double wide affair and has a matching double over on the port side. The instrumentation includes a compass, Faria fog free gauges with stainless steel bezels and a digital depth sounder. The dash is non glare and really works. The steering wheel tilts for comfort and the seats slide as well as have a bolster.
The cabin is actually pretty comfortable for a boat that is really designed for most activity topside. You have plenty of storage including a cedar-lined hanging locker to keep the clothes smelling fresh. The bow area has bench seating with a table and converts to a large V-berth. The head has a shower curtain, Vacu-flush head and a vanity with sink and mirror.
The 3350 Sport Cruiser is 34’8” length overall and 11’4” in the beam. She tips the scales at 11,100 lbs dry and carries 186 gallons of fuel which should give you much more than a full day of cruising. Draft with the drive down is 35”. Bridge clearance with the arch is 7’, so most typical passes should be fine. She carries 30 gallons of freshwater to keep the galley working and still have water to rinse off with on the swim platform.
Shore Power Inlet