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Brief Summary

The SeaVee 340Z is a center console that combines a two-stepped hull and uses either twin or triple engines to get a bite, while helping anglers make the most of time on board with fishing features like multiple rod holders, substantial fishbox space, transom and in-deck livewells, and all-around coaming pads. An optional upper station adds to the fishability and improves the skipper’s vantage point when working birds and breaking bait are far off. The boat is sold factory-direct.

Key Features

  • Two-step hull
  • Triple Evinrude E-TEC G2 300s
  • Upper helm station
  • Two livewells
  • Evinrude ICON Touch 7” (17.78 cm) engine control display
  • Foredeck coffin box that raises on electric rams
  • All-around coaming pads
  • Evinrude ICON II Premium EST electronic shift and throttle control binnacle
  • Specifications

    Length Overall 34’ 9”
    10.59 m
    Beam 10'
    3.05 m
    Dry Weight 7,950 lbs.
    3,606 kg
    Tested Weight 11,811 lbs.
    5,357 kg
    Draft 20"
    0.51 m
    - Draft Up N/A
    - Draft Down N/A
    - Air Draft N/A
    Deadrise/Transom 23.5°
    Max Headroom N/A
    Bridge Clearance N/A
    Weight Capacity N/A
    Person Capacity N/A
    Fuel Capacity 364 gal.
    1,377 L
    Water Capacity 46 gal.
    174 L
    Length on Trailer N/A
    Height on Trailer N/A
    Trailer Weight N/A
    Total Weight
    (Trailer, Boat, & Engine)

    Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.

    Engine Options

    Std. Power Not available
    Tested Power 3 x 300-hp Evinrude E-TEC G2
    Opt. Power Not available

    Test Results - Change Measurement Unit

    RPM MPH Knots GPH MPG NMPG Stat. Mile NM dBa
    600 3.5 3.0 0.8 4.3 3.7 1404 1220.9 67
    1000 6.2 5.3 2.1 2.9 2.6 964 838.3 71
    1500 9.0 7.8 5.8 1.5 1.3 502 436.2 76
    2000 10.2 8.8 14.6 0.7 0.6 227 197.6 79
    2500 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
    3000 17.3 15.0 24.2 0.7 0.6 233 202.8 87
    3500 27.1 23.5 23.4 1.2 1.0 379 329.4 89
    4000 35.8 31.1 31.0 1.2 1.0 379 329.4 91
    4500 43.7 38.0 38.0 1.1 1.0 377 327.5 92
    5000 48.7 42.3 46.8 1.0 0.9 341 296.2 94
    5500 54.9 47.7 61.8 0.9 0.8 291 252.6 96
    5800 57.9 50.3 72.9 0.8 0.7 260 226.0 98
    600 1220.9 2260 5.60 3.03 1.83 67
    1000 838.3 1551 10.00 7.95 1.23 71
    1500 436.2 808 14.50 21.96 0.64 76
    2000 197.6 365 16.40 55.27 0.30 79
    2500 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
    3000 202.8 375 27.80 91.61 0.30 87
    3500 329.4 610 43.60 88.58 0.51 89
    4000 329.4 610 57.60 117.35 0.51 91
    4500 327.5 607 70.30 143.85 0.47 92
    5000 296.2 549 78.40 177.16 0.43 94
    5500 252.6 468 88.40 233.94 0.38 96
    5800 226.0 418 93.20 275.96 0.34 98

    All fuel consumption numbers are the total for all engines in the boat. Speeds are measured with Stalker ProSports radar gun or GPS. Fuel consumption (gallons per hour) measured with Floscan digital fuel-flow meter or by on-board factory-installed diagnostic instruments. Range is based on 90% of published fuel capacity. Sound levels determined using Radio Shack digital decibel meter on A scale. 68 dBA is the level of normal conversation. Time to plane is measured from start of acceleration to formation of rooster tail behind boat.

    Performance Chart

    Performance Chart

    Acceleration Times & Test Conditions

    Time To Plane 4.8 sec.
    0 to 30 8.9 sec.
    Ratio N/A
    Props 20P 4-blade
    Load 4 persons, 1/2 fuel, full water, 50 lbs. of gear
    Climate 76 deg., 62 humid; wind: 15-20 mph; seas: <1
    Elevation Sea Level

    Captain's Report

    Contents of Report


    The SeaVee 340Z is designed and built for the serious offshore angler. Fishing amenities are abundant and all add to the vessel’s focus on landing fish on long days offshore, which is the primary reason for anglers to consider this vessel. While triple outboards get the job done in terms of speed and power, they are not easy to manage unless they come with a full complement of features including power steering, iTrim and iSteer – all of which were incorporated in the triple Evinrude E-TEC G2 rig on our test boat. For anglers who want to bring their family aboard, a set of options are available to increase the number and comfort of seating aboard.

    Features Inspection

    SeaVee 340Z running
    While the SeaVee 340Z is available with twin outboards, the triple installation of Evinrude G2s on our test boat made sense for improved performance and a robust equipment setup.

    Distinguishing Features

      Color-matched triple Evinrude E-TEC G2 300s make the engines look like they were designed to be part of the boat, and virtually any color or graphic treatment can be painted on these engines. No other engine brand comes close to the color selection that Evinrude makes available.

      SeaVee livewell plumbing will be on serious anglers’ list, with a seachest directing the raw water to two pumps per livewell, the kind of redundancy that shows this builder knows a day when the bait all dies is a day on the water ruined.

      Evinrude clean rigging means the swim platform is tidy and usable, without extra hydraulic hoses to trip up swimmers or anglers trying to secure the catch. Because the engines tilt 81-degrees – more than any other outboard – the props and lower units come completely out of the water when not in use.

      In-deck fishboxes are laid out so they can be handy, and handle loads of fish. In the foredeck is an electric-ram-actuated lid that will raise the optional coffin box, even when it’s full.

      Evinrude ICON Touch engine-monitoring display has an intuitive interface that lets the skipper track tank levels, set automated trim and steering systems, and keep an eye on the outboard performance, and more.

      An optional upper helm station is designed to give the skipper a game-changing view of the fishing action, with a seat that will help keep everyone comfortable.

      The optional Seakeeper 3 gyro stabilizer is built into a custom-designed leaning post that lets this device slow the roll when seas get rough and uses power from a few additional batteries (rather than adding a genset).

    SeaVee 340Z running
    The blue circles indicate storage compartments, fishboxes, livewells, bilge access, and the anchor locker.


    The SeaVee 340Z is a proven design that has a 10’ (3.4 m) beam and draws just 20” (51 cm) with gear up. She can store as many as 42 rods in lockable compartments, and in the model we tested there was full access to the gunwales forward, something we don’t see on most center consoles because of the raised casting platforms that are molded in forward.

    Optional “Family Features”

    SeaVee 340Z running
    The 340Z Open can be up graded to the Luxury Edition (LE) which provides additional seating fore and aft.

    The 340Z can be customized to fit an owner’s fishing and boating lifestyle. Families seeking extra comfort may find removable forward and rear seats along with toilet and shower facilities appealing. Sun pads or molded-in seating is also available in the Luxury Edition (LE).

    SeaVee 340Z bench seat
    This aft bench seat is handy for entertaining, but can be removed for more serious work.
    SeaVee 340Z bow
    These twin forward facing seats are modeled to the deck in the Luxury Edition, but anglers can still get to the gunwale forward to handle ground tackle or work a fish there.
    SeaVee 340Z storage
    There is storage under the seats.

    Hull Design

    The forward sections of the hull have a sharp forefoot with reverse chines to knock down spray. The bow expands to a subtle flare in the topsides. With a 23.5-degree deadrise at the transom, the SeaVee 340Z has a deep-V to create a soft landing when waves grow large and conditions get sporty.

    This design means she’ll hold turns at speed in sloppy conditions. The hull is twin-stepped and cross-ventilated, and uses the company’s proprietary patented design, called SpeedRail Technology. The idea is to use multiple flat planes in the wetted surface to create lift, using the surface geometry to provide a fixed trim angle throughout a wide range of speeds.

    SeaVee says it means the view of the horizon is clear, and fuel efficiency, speed, and handling are optimized.

    SeaVee 340Z bow run
    The bow shows a sharp forefoot with a strake and a pronounced hard chine both reaching the stem.
    SeaVee 340Z running
    The ends of the two steps in the running surface are visible here.

    The Bow

    The bow layout is wide open, with plenty of fishing room. Covering boards forward are 30” (76.2 cm) high and 19” (48.26 cm) wide and all-around coaming pads are 8” (20.32 cm) deep. Anglers can work fish all around the bow without the encumbrance of a casting deck. In fact, the whole bow is a casting deck.

    SeaVee 340Z seadeck
    The deck is finished in SeaDek and there’s loads of stowage, including under-gunwale bins with lipped edges.

    The bow deck has a clean design, with a hatch revealing a locker with an anchor hanger and an additional locker forward.

    SeaVee 340Z bow hatch
    A hatch in the bow creates a clean look and pop-up cleats reduce the snag factor on fishing lines.
    SeaVee 340Z rode locker
    The anchor hangs, inverted by its stock, over the rode locker.
    SeaVee 340Z rode locker
    A door below grants excellent access to the rode locker. This access is rarely see in this type of boat and it will come in handy where there are snarls.
    SeaVee 340Z box
    This optional coffin box is 3’9” (1.14 m) long, and has a gasketed lid held up by a gas-assist strut.

    The foredeck is covered in SeaDek matting to soften the ride and has stowage under hatch lids, including a pair of 45-gallon (170 L) fishboxes to either side, a 53-gallon (201 L) centerline locker that can be rigged to be a fishbox or livewell, and a 180-gallon (681 L) forward fishbox with a two-piece hatch lid.

    SeaVee 340Z batteries
    Our test boat had equipment and batteries mounted in the center locker, for some equipment we’ll discuss later on.
    SeaVee 340Z rod storage
    Rod storage is abundant and up to 42 rods can be accommodated.
    SeaVee 340Z fishbox
    Access to the 180-gallon (681 L) forward fishbox is easy through this two-piece lid…
    SeaVee 340Z ram system
    … or through a custom electric-ram system, which allows the fishbox to open, even with the coffin box in place.
    SeaVee 340Z baitwells
    Bait wells can be placed in the deck. SeaVee permits a high degree of customization to meet the needs of anglers.

    The upholstered seat built into the front of the console has details like diamond-pattern quilting and custom stitching, and it slides to port to reveal a compartment.

    SeaVee 340Z console seat
    The seat on the front of the console has grab handles to either side, as ABYC standards require for NMMA certification.
    SeaVee 340Z compartment
    The seat slides to port, a smart design solution to create access to the compartment.
    SeaVee 340Z console
    There’s a fold-out latch to hold the seat door open per NMMA certification to ABYC standards.

    Console Compartment

    There’s variable geometry in the compartment, and the overhead measures 5’ (1.52 m) in the aft area, and higher forward at the entrance. There’s a sink in here, room for a Porta-Potti, or an electric toilet with a 14 gallon (53 L) waste holding tank. There is an electrical breaker panel as well as a locker for additional stowage and access to the backside of the helm control panel.

    SeaVee 340Z
    The design of the overhead and steps in the console compartment let our test captain get in and out without bumping his head.
    SeaVee 340Z sink
    The sink has a pull-up shower wand for a faucet, making this a wet head if wanted.

    Console and Hardtop Frame

    Generous walkways to either side of the console have eight vertical rod holders per side in our test boat, and bring us past the T-top frame pipes, which are mounted to the console sides. Built-in ladders to either side have steps 10” (25 cm) apart, in compliance with ABYC standards for NMMA certification, as are grab handles of a smaller diameter than the main support pipes.

    SeaVee 340Z rod holders
    On each side of the console there are eight vertical rod holders, in addition to those on the transom and in the gunwales. This permits handy switching to fly casting, heavy or light tackle, depending upon which game is on at any given time during the day.
    SeaVee 340Z hard top
    The robust pipe frame of the hardtop has grab handles and ladders where they’re needed. Note that the T-top supports are screwed to the console base and not the deck.
    SeaVee 340Z tower
    These ladders to either side of the helm grant access to an upper helm station.

    The Helm

    An isinglass windshield protects the helm console from the front and sides right up to the finely finished molded hardtop with LEDs built in, including one that can switch to red, preserving night vision. The compass lines up with a centerline wheel on its fixed base. The main helm panel consists of two 16” (40.64 cm) Simrad multifunction displays behind a protective, latching acrylic panel that holds itself up on gas-assist struts.

    SeaVee 340Z hard top
    The hardtop is finished from top to bottom, has tracks for a three-sided polycarbonate windshield and carries such features as built-in LEDs and mounts for outriggers.
    SeaVee 340Z compass
    A large compass with a side-reading card is set on top of the console among SeaDek foam that’s designed to have recessed trays to hold odds and ends. This is an excellent design and one that is custom made for the 340Z.
    SeaVee 340Z helm dash
    To starboard of the wheel is the Evinrude ICON II Premium EST Control Binnacle, trim tab controls, the ignition key, a Simrad autopilot control, and engine trim control.
    SeaVee 340Z
    Across the top row are, from left to right, the Seakeeper control unit, the JL Audio stereo control, and the engine start-stop switches.

    Evinrude ICON Touch

    The Evinrude ICON Touch controls all of the engine features and functions, including engine information, including RPM and fuel flow monitoring, water temperature and boat speed, it also provides precise readouts of fuel and oil levels, and control of iSteer, iTrim, and automatic Winterization.

    SeaVee 340Z
    Control of the function of up to four outboards is easily managed with an intuitive visual interface on the Evinrude ICON Touch located on the port side of the dashboard.

    Evinrude ICON II Touch 7” (17.78 cm) CTS Features

      • Touchscreen display

      • RPM for up to four outboards

      • Fuel-flow monitoring

      • Water temperature

      • Boat speed

      • Fuel levels for up to four tanks

      • Oil levels

      • iSteer

      • iTrim

      • Winterization

    The ICON II Premium EST binnacle provides LED indicators showing neutral, forward and reverse, trim and tilt control, engine synching with an RPM up or down key to allow 50 rpm jumps in engine speed at the touch of a button, all in an ergonomic electronic control package.

    SeaVee 340Z
    The ICON II Premium EST binnacle provides control over up to four outboards and delivers numerous features in an ergonomic design.

    ICON II Premium EST Binnacle Features

      • LED shift indicators

      • Trim and tilt control

      • Engine synching

      • RPM up or down key

      • Ergonomic electronic control package

    SeaVee 340Z helm
    Rocker switches for various electrical systems are along the lower edge, under an acrylic cover.
    SeaVee 340Z helm
    Our captain found the switches in the knee-bump zone when he used the angled footrest, which has a handy toe kick beneath.

    Upper Helm

    There’s an upper helm station on top of that hardtop that’s accessed by the side ladders on the top’s pipe frame. The upper station helm has a centerline wheel on a fixed base, a Simrad multifunction display, an Evinrude ICON Touch display, and trim tab and engine trim controls as well as start and stops, and the ICON II Premium shift and throttle binnacle.

    SeaVee 340Z
    The climb is easy with lots of spots on the frame to grab.
    SeaVee 340Z upper helm
    The upper helm is a second station with networked functionality via the Simrad and Evinrude displays.
    SeaVee 340Z helm seat
    A double helm seat with wraparound armrests aids comfort and security.
    SeaVee 340Z
    Our test captain would like to see a footrest for use in the seated or leaning position.
    SeaVee 340Z glove box
    There’s a glovebox to stow odds and ends and access rigging.

    The Leaning Post

    The leaning post has a 45” (114.3 cm) wide seat upholstered with diamond-pattern quilting and the Sea Vee logo. The forward edge is designed to serve as an angled leaning bolster.

    SeaVee 340Z leaning post
    The seat position is fixed so prospective boaters should test it to see how it works.
    SeaVee 340Z leaning post
    The forward edge is angled to serve as a bolster.
    SeaVee 340Z foot rest
    A stainless steel, flip-down footrest adds to the seating options.
    SeaVee 340Z
    The leaning post has a grabrail that runs along each side and all around aft, good for passengers who are standing around the helm for the run to the fishing grounds, as are the beverage holders alternating with rod holders.
    SeaVee 340Z bait prep
    The aft end of the leaning post has a foldout shelf for bait prep, and below that, a pair of lockers with gasketed doors side by side keep tackle trays organized.
    SeaVee 340Z tackle
    Tackle trays will stay organized in these lockers.

    Seakeeper Gyro Stabilizer

    In the bottom of this custom leaning post is the Seakeeper 3 gyro stabilizer in a striking installation behind a window. We didn’t test its ability to reduce the rolling effects of rough seas on the boat.

    SeaVee 340Z
    The Seakeeper 3 gyro stabilizer is designed to help reduce the roll of the boat, but we didn’t have the time or conditions to put it to the test.
    SeaVee 340Z
    Remember the array of batteries in that foredeck locker? They provide the juice to spin the gyro in the Seakeeper system. The 50 available amps produced by each of the three Evinrude G2 magnetos supplies more than enough power to the batteries to keep the gyro operating. The Evinrudes are particularly important in this application because they produce more available amps than any outboard on the market in class.

    The Cockpit

    The cockpit sole is finished with the same SeaDek except on the lid of the 60-gallon (227 L) in-deck livewell. A pair of fishboxes to either side hold 40 gallons (151 L) each. There’s a centerline lazarette with a sea chest that serves four raw-water pumps, two for each livewell. The through-hull fittings are all double-clamped, exceeding ABYC standards, a sign of a boat built with care.

    SeaVee 340Z acrylic hatch
    The see-through 1” (2.54 cm) thick acrylic hatch lid in the cockpit sole allows bait checks.
    SeaVee 340Z fish boxes
    Fishboxes to either side manage the catch.
    SeaVee 340Z
    A lazarette serves as a mechanical space with a gas-assist strut positioned to simplify access.
    SeaVee 340Z
    The sea chest reduces the number of hull penetrations, and it’s especially helpful when each livewell has two pumps.

    The Transom

    The transom features another livewell with an aquarium window to simplify bait checks. The lid is gasketed and has a latch so it can be pressurized.

    SeaVee 340Z livewell
    The transom livewell has a capacity of 65 gallons (227 L) and lets the crew rig in a hurry when the bite is on.

    A sink is located to starboard in the transom under a lid. This can be changed to another 30 gallon (114 L) livewell. Beneath that is a door to a locker where the trim tab pumps are accessible. On the port end of the transom is a door to the swim platform. It has a flip-over top section hinged on its inboard side and held in place with a bungee latch. It measures 19” (48.26 cm) wide, and is a 9” (22.86 cm) step up from the cockpit and a 2” (5.08 cm) step down to the swim platform.

    SeaVee 340Z transom sink
    Clean-up after rigging is easier with a sink right in the transom.
    SeaVee 340Z livewell
    An optional 30 gallon (114 L) livewell can go next to the large baitwell instead of the standard sink.
    SeaVee 340Z transom door
    The transom door is very discreet, and even has a coaming pad across it and a covering board swings down on top to provide security in a seaway. It is gasketed to prevent rattling.
    SeaVee 340Z transom door
    The two-piece design flips the top inboard, out of the way, and the door swings out to make dockside boarding easier. Because it opens out, it makes emergency dewatering possible if an unexpected wave slops aboard.

    The Swim Platform

    The swim platform on the SeaVee 340Z is finished in SeaDeck and extends 29” (73.66 cm) from the transom. There’s a walkway along its forward edge for the full width, allowing the crew to get around without putting a foot in the well where the outboards mount.

    We would like to see a grabrail on the transom somewhere to allow crew to work here more safely. A pair of zero-degree rod holders are mounted to the transom.

    SeaVee 340Z outboards
    Because the Evinrude E-TEC G2 outboards have internal steering the outboard well is uncluttered.
    SeaVee 340Z
    The E-TEC G2 – because of its standard internal steering gear – allows the engines to tilt 81-degrees and raise fully out of the water.

    About the Evinrude E-TEC G2 300 Outboard

    The E-TEC G2 outboards are direct-injection 2-stroke engines, and they provide far more torque in the low- and mid-rpm range than 4-stroke outboards. All 2-stroke engines have more torque because every turn of the crankshaft is a power stroke.

    SeaVee 340Z
    Evinrude E-TEC G2 outboards use direct fuel injection into the cylinder, not into the intake manifold like all 4-stroke engines in class. That allows the G2 injectors to put the right amount of fuel in the cylinder at the right time, for more fuel efficient operation than 4-stroke engines are capable of.

    Clean Running

    Direct-injected Evinrude E-TEC G2 2-stroke technology produces the lowest emissions of any 4-stroke outboard on the market, according to information made public by the EPA. When it comes to deadly carbon monoxide, Evinrude’s G2 engines are 95% better than 4-stroke engines and the only one not releasing a potentially lethal amount of CO.

    SeaVee 340Z injector
    Here we see a computer rendering of the moment the injector adds a fine mist of fuel, and we can also see the exhaust port (indicated by the red arrow) is blocked off by the piston, preventing escape of any of the fuel.

    Controlling Combustion

    Because the E-TEC G2 has an EMM (or Engine Management Module) with a computer monitoring the conditions and throttle input, Evinrude says it measures out just the right amount of fuel, in the right pattern, at the right pressure up to 800 psi, and at precisely the right time – all go to optimize combustion.

    That, together with stratified combustion, the swirl of incoming air scavenging the combustion chamber, and the “plugging pulse” compressing still more air into the combustion chamber, further optimizes combustion for both greater fuel efficiency and lower emissions than 4-stroke engines.

    SeaVee 340Z
    Evinrude E-TEC G2 engines have the most advanced outboard powerheads on the market.
    SeaVee 340Z
    Evinrude says when the throttles are opened wide, the engine switches to homogenized combustion, hitting the optimal 14:1 air-to-fuel ratio in the combustion chamber that delivers peak power.
    SeaVee 340Z emm
    The E-TEC G2 has a water-cooled EMM, to keep the combustion properly calibrated for the conditions at hand. It is the only water-cooled such unit on the market and can make up to 1,000 calculations a second.
    SeaVee 340Z combustion
    This image shows a cutaway view of an Evinrude E-TEC G2 combustion chamber with yellow arrows indicating the injected spray of fuel and the spark plug.

    Built-in steering, trim, and tilt simplify rigging and eliminate hydraulic lines and extraneous equipment, while electronic throttle and shift control simplifies rigging as well.

    SeaVee 340Z
    This demonstration unit illustrates the way the integrated steering works, using a helical gearing system that transforms up-and-down motion to side-to-side movement of the steering bracket (shown at top). The steering pump is compact enough that it all fits within the engine midsection just below the powerhead.

    Performance Test

    The SeaVee 340Z has a LOA of 34’9” (10.59 m) and a beam of 10’ (3.05 m). With an empty weight of 7,950 lbs. (3,606 kg), 50% fuel and four people onboard, we had an estimated test weight of 11,811 lbs. (5,357 kg).

    SeaVee 340Z running
    With the triple Evinrude E-TEC G2 300s, the SeaVee 340Z will reach speeds of 57.9 mph (93.1 kph) and get the crew to the fishing grounds in a hurry.

    With the triple 300-hp Evinrude E-TEC G2 outboards powering our test boat, turning 20” pitch 4-blade props, we reached a top speed of 57.9 mph (93.1 kph) at 5800 rpm.

    Best economic cruise came in at 4000 rpm and 35.8 mph (57.6 kph). It was at that speed that the 31 gph (117.2 lph) fuel burn translated into 1.2 mpg (1.0 nmpg) and a range of 379 statute miles (329.4 nm).

    SeaVee 340Z
    We started our acceleration test from a dead stop.


    From a standing start, the SeaVee 340Z got onto plane in 4.8 seconds and accelerated from zero to 20 mph in 5.9 seconds, and to 30 mph in 8.9 seconds.

    SeaVee 340Z
    The triple Evinrude E-TEC G2 300s pushed the SeaVee out of the hole and on plane in 4.8 seconds.

    The SeaVee 340Z is built to get anglers to the fishing grounds in a wide range of conditions. She’s a stable boat with a strong feel. While we didn’t have notable sea conditions to really put her through her paces, crossing wakes showed a solid transition with minimal spray maintaining a dry ride.

    She has a high deadrise forefoot which sliced through waves and that warps out to a 23.5-degree deadrise at the transom. That deadrise is one of the deepest Deep Vs on the market in class, and ensures the owner that the ride provided at high speed offshore will be about as good as it gets.

    SeaVee 340Z
    Her Seakeeper gyro stabilizer is a good idea, particularly with the upper helm.
    SeaVee 340Z
    The SeaVee turns sharply, leans into the turn, and digs her shoulder in thanks to her sharp entry.
    SeaVee 340Z
    The SeaVee 340Z was responsive to the helm and turn tests showed no hint of chine walk or falling off the turn.
    SeaVee 340Z
    Her hull knocked down the spray and threw it far to the side.

    Standard Features

      • 65-gallon (227 L) live baitwell with pump

      • Integrated platform with transom door

      • 2 insulated fishboxes

      • Trim tabs

      • Dual automatic bilge pumps

      • Pop-up cleats

      • Under-deck dry stowage

      • Lockable rod stowage

    Optional Equipment to Consider

      • Freshwater and saltwater washdown systems

      • Key West-style T-top

      • Low-profile second station

      • T-tower option for upper station

      • Kingfish-style rod holder

      • Additional spreader light on hardtop

      • ACR remote searchlight

      • Lee Sidewinder outriggers

      • Captain’s Edition or Supreme leaning post

      • Available customizable forward and rear seating

      • Flush-mounted transducer

      • Windlass including rope, chain and stainless steel plow anchor

      • Armstrong or pull-out dive ladder

      • Electric head with holding tank and macerator pump

      • Rack for six dive tanks

      • Pneumatic extend and retract cooler actuator

      • Stainless steel towing eye with strike plate

      • 2 additional baitwells are available


    10-year hull warranty, and 1-year warranty on all factory-installed electronics and accessories.


    The SeaVee 340Z has been in production for some years and has proven itself to be a practical fishing boat. Because the 340Z is sold factory direct, and because of the design of the boat, a high degree of personalization can be made. And, since it is factory direct, there are sales cost savings that may accrue to the buyer.

    Test Result Highlights

    • Top speed for the SeaVee 340Z (2019-) is 57.9 mph (93.2 kph), burning 72.9 gallons per hour (gph) or 275.93 liters per hour (lph).
    • Best cruise for the SeaVee 340Z (2019-) is 35.8 mph (57.6 kph), and the boat gets 1.2 miles per gallon (mpg) or 0.51 kilometers per liter (kpl), giving the boat a cruising range of 379 miles (609.94 kilometers).
    • Tested power is 3 x 300-hp Evinrude E-TEC G2.

    Standard and Optional Features


    Battery Charger/Converter Optional
    Head: Fixed Optional
    Shore Power Optional
    Trim Tabs Standard
    Washdown: Fresh Water Optional
    Washdown: Raw Water Optional
    Windlass Standard

    Exterior Features

    Hardtop Optional
    Swim Ladder Optional
    Swim Platform Standard
    Transom Door Standard


    Full Canvas Optional


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