Innovation is an overused term in the boating industry, but Regal broke new ground in 2005 with the introduction of the 3360 Window Express. As the name implied, a “window” is integrated into the forward cabin overhead—a feature not found in any other express boats this size. The result was (and is) a flood of natural lighting throughout the cabin.
With an offset queen berth forward, convertible Ultraleather dinette to starboard, and twin berths aft (convertible to a large double), the 3360 sleeps six in a cabin that seems usually spacious for a boat this size. The mid-cabin area is a seamless extension of the main salon providing additional seating for entertainment. Note the handy floor locker in the galley area. Privacy curtains separate the fore and aft berths from the salon, and the interior is an appealing blend of rich cherry joinery, hardwood flooring, and designer fabrics. A wet bar with sink and refrigerator is to starboard in the cockpit, opposite an L-shaped lounge.
The power engine hatch lifts from the stern allowing good access to the bilge.
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