The SeaVee 340 Series has been the leader in its class for over a decade. This versatile design can accommodate twin or triple outboards ranging from 600 – 900hp. Offered in three distinct configurations, the 340 can be setup as a hardcore tournament fishing boat, a family friendly cruiser complete with a cabin and A/C, or anything in between.
When you’re building a SeaVee, the brand of motors you choose to hang is up to you. For the 340 Series, two motors are more than adequate, yielding a top speed somewhere between 50 – 55 mph depending on boat layout and engine choice. For those seeking a higher level of performance, triple 250 or 300 hp motors are a good option. Expect a top speed between 60 – 65 mph with only a modest increase in fuel costs. That’s because three engines run a lower RPM’s and therefore don’t use meaningfully more fuel than twins.
Top speed and range may vary significantly depending on sea conditions and load
Spend a day onboard a SeaVee 340, you’ll want to own one. The soft, civilized ride is legendary. The deep-V prismatic hull pops up on plane with very little bow rise. And the 340 can remain on plane at speeds as low as 16mph if necessary. That comes in handy when conditions get nasty. A 10 foot beam provides stability at rest and while underway. And a hull draft of only 20 inches allows the 340 Series to access shallow bays and local sandbars with ease.
If you like to fish, this is your weapon of choice. The 340 offers an abundance of in-deck storage lockers, fish boxes and rod lockers, as well as more space inside of the console. The 340 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.
A 65 gallon bait well is integrated into the transom with an optional adjacent 30 gallon well available. A third well can be added in the front cockpit sole for maximum capacity. A fiberglass cooler slides out from below the tackle station leaning post on stainless tracks to create a rear-facing seat to make keeping an eye on the spread more comfortable.
Additional fishing features include a variety of towers and upper stations choices to help the captain spot fish at a distance. A Coffin box for the front cockpit as well as electric reel outlets and a variety of outrigger configurations complete the package.
Towers allow the captain to spot fish at a distance. SeaVee offers a wide variety of choices.
Keep your catch cold and fresh until you get back to the dock with up to three insulated fish boxes.
Carry up to 42 rods neatly tucked out away, yet ready for action. Rocket Launcher, Below Deck, Both sides of Console, Leaning Post
The 340 can accommodate up to 3 bait wells, two in the transom, and an in-floor well up front.
The 340 features a dedicated console designed to maximize deck space, while providing plenty of room on the inside. The console’s ergonomic design accommodates two 16″ navigation units side by side with room to spare for a VHF, head unit and key switches. A splash cover protects vital electronics. And an array of switches that controls onboard accessories is within easy reach.
The console door is located on the front, allowing the sides of the console to be used for out-of-the-way rod storage. The interior houses battery switches, a breaker panel, a sink, access to electronics and batteries, and it can be outfitted with an optional marine head.
The 340 Series can be customized to fit your fishing and boating lifestyle to a tee. For fishing enthusiasts SeaVee offers a variety of towers, live wells and rod holder configurations. With an optional generator and the cuddy cabin with air conditioning, long range overnight trips and family outings can be made in style and comfort. If you are interested in a sun pad or lounge style seating, take a look at the options available with the Luxury Editing (LE).