This Cruisers 3375 Espirt Express includes an Ocean triple axle trailer with surge brakes for easy travel and storage. It has been well cared for and is in excellent condition with low engine times. A full canvas cover for the boat keeps it clean during storage. The performance of this craft features smooth, precise handling in all power configurations. Powered by 7.4 Merc Cruisers and Bravo III drives with stainless steel props she is easily maintained.- (263/249 engine hours). Onboard for AC/DC power is a Kohler Generator, 7.0 kW, gasoline powered (120 hours)
The Finer Details....
You board the 3375 either from the cockpit step pads on the inwales, or through the transom door that leads in from the extended swim platform. The platform has a concealed, flip-down stainless steel swim ladder, and three steps (not just two) plus a grabrail make boarding easy. Right there is the hot/cold transom shower and generous locker that contained our power cords connections and dockside water hookups.
The cockpit, with wetbar, stowage lockers, and facing lounges, can seat five and is perfect for outdoor dining with the optional cockpit table. For suntanning, the table drops down and filler cushions create a large sunpad. If you like to fish, the cockpit converts from cruiser to quasi-sportfisherman in minutes--simply stow the table beneath the double berth in the bow, roll up the cockpit carpet and lift out the aft bench seat.
The engine hatch lifts easily with gas struts, and it's lined with thick, sound-dampening foam which contributes to quiet-running. The reach to all dipsticks and fluid fills is easy, and there's room enough between the powerplants to sit on the stringers. Up top it's an easy step to the bridgedeck, with a two-person lounge to port and two-person helm benchseat to starboard. Both have equipment-stowage lockers below for lifejackets, cockpit canvas, and so on. The whole area is protected by an effective windshield in an aluminum frame, and full camper canvas top. Seated at the helm, visibility is unrestricted all-around, the reach to the controls is easy, and so is the view of the VDO instruments and compass.
To the left is a flush-mounted Raytheon GPS/cartplotter and VHF radio.
To maximize space below decks and keep everyone inside the boat, the 3375 has a foredeck access through the windshield. It's two steps up to the foredeck and once you're out there you can soak up sun on one of two sunpads. Forward is access to the anchor at the integral bow pulpit, with rope/chain and electric windlass hidden beneath a deck hatch. The stainless steel rails are high and well built.
The interior of the 3375 is a tri-cabin layout, with plenty of natural sunlight over the salon/dining area amidships, owner's stateroom forward, and a full-size midcabin beneath the helm. This "sunken" midcabin has a hanging locker, two stowage drawers, U-shaped seating, and outboard shelving, and converts to a full-size double berth easily, it's also a great place to store bulky gear.
Amidships, the galley is compact yet fully functional with dual-voltage refrigerator/freezer, under-counter coffee maker, microwave oven, two-burner cooktop, and plenty of stowage space for utensils, dishes and the like. Dry goods stow conveniently beneath the C-shaped dinette lounge across to starboard, and the dining table drops down to create a big berth for one or a small berth for two. A built in vacuum is handy here too.
Moving forward, the modular construction of the large standing room head and shower with seat to starboard. In the forepeak, the owner's stateroom with large double-berth, hanging locker, and under-berth drawers affords complete privacy. All told, the 3375 provides to be a very comfortable cruiser, well-suited for a family or two couples.
Performance is exceptional, highly responsive steering lets you pick and choose your way through big seas, and quick, dependable action from the controls lets you slow down quickly for an easy ride. The 3375 has one of the smoothest-running hulls around and she has a near-level running attitude without the use of tabs. The top speed over 40 mph is respectable and leisurely cruising at 30-mph & getting about a mile per gallon are good numbers for a boat of this size.