Sea Vee 322Z First Glance

Top-notch build, twin-stepped hull, multiple deck options

LOA: 32 ft. 9 in. | Beam: 9 ft. 6 in. | Dry Weight: 6,800 lb. (w/o engines) | Draft: 1 ft. 8 in. | Transom Deadrise: 22 deg. | MSRP: $199,200 (w/ twin Mercury Verado 300s)Courtesy Sea Vee

Sea Vee’s new 322Z center-console was built using vacuum-assisted resin-transfer infusion, which helps reduce harmful chemical emissions during manufacture and produces a lighter yet solid boat. The new 32-footer, which will replace the 320Z, also features Sea Vee’s cross-ventilated, twin-stepped-hull design, with multiple lifting bodies and a unique geometry that results in a fixed running trim angle.

Sea Vee offers a variety of deck options for any kind of water activity. For anglers, the company fashioned large, fully insulated standard fish boxes forward with an option for an additional cockpit box. Twin 40-gallon transom livewells come standard, and a side boarding door is optional.

The deck design provides almost 7 feet of space from the tackle station to the transom, which Sea Vee says makes the cockpit a class leader.

Families will enjoy the twin loungers with electrically actuated backrests, as well as the aft-facing cockpit seat, oversize fiberglass hardtop, and freshwater shower. The 322Z is rigged with twin outboards; each of the two fuel tanks can be isolated or coupled using simple fuel valves. Total fuel capacity is 335 gallons.