SeaVee’s new 322Z center console has some innovation up its sleeve. The hull, stringers and bulkhead construction is a vacuum-assisted resin transfer infusion that is not only a more environmentally friendly manufacturing process, but it also leaves the design light and strong for better handling and fuel economy.
The cross-ventilated, twin-stepped hull has a four-port air induction system. It uses a central air reservoir to produce and maintain the necessary airstream that reduces the power-robbing drag of water flow. The new design replaces the 320Z and is powered by twin Mercury Verado 300-hp outboards.
The 322Z is offered in two configurations: the Open and Luxury Editions (LE). The Open is a tournament fishing machine with a wide deck layout and options such as four live wells, additional fishboxes, an upper station with full controls, and a range of leaning post designs. The LE adds molded-in forward seating and optional rear benches, loungers with electric backrests, an oversized hardtop for more shade, a freshwater shower, and a head. A side boarding door for divers is optional. With many standard features, this is a worthy replacement for a popular predecessor.
32’9″ LOA, 9’6″ beam