The new SeaVee 340Z (34’9″ LOA, 10′ beam) features the patented twin-stepped, cross-ventilated hull incorporating multiple lifting bodies and unique geometry for a fixed trim angle throughout a wide range of speeds. That provides the captain a clear view of the horizon, maximum fuel efficiency, more speed, and safe predictable handling when making hard turns.
Capable of planing at only 16 mph, the 340Z handles rough seas with ease. The Miami-based builder offers the 340Z with twin or triple outboards ranging from 600 hp to 1,050 hp, which enables the 340Z to run more than 70 mph at top end. A newly designed larger bow with reverse chines redirects ocean spray downward for a dry ride. For fishing, the 340Z can carry up to 42 fishing rods neatly tucked away under the deck, on the sides of the console, in the T-top, and on the back of the leaning post. Up to three pressurized livewells facilitate the fishing experience.
The SeaVee 340Z features a dedicated console designed to maximize deck space and plenty of interior room. Sea Vee also offers a variety of towers, cold storage, and rod holder configurations. Families seeking additional amenities can choose from a variety of comfortable forward and aft seating, sunpad options as well as shower and head. seaveeboats.com; (305) 759-6419
By Doug Thompson, Southern Boating Magazine July 2016