1997 Sea Ray 370 Express
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For people who enjoy luxury and refinement but still want fish-ability, the Sea Ray 370 Express Cruiser is the vessel for you.
No matter where you look on the Sea Ray Express Cruisers something really says traveling in luxurious style. From the lines of the hull to the appointments of the interior, the 370 EC is a boat that makes a statement. It does so with an elegance that has made Sea Ray one of the country's premier boat builders.
The 370 EC is a flexible craft. The open express cruiser deck configuration allows the craft to be used as either a fishing or diving platform, or as a comfortable day boat. Below decks, the cabin has all the facilities to support almost any type of outing. For extended travel, it comfortably accommodates four people and their gear with ease. The wide beam of 14 feet, 2 inches provides an extra bit of elbow room throughout.
The bi-level cockpit and helm area of the 370 EC can seat more than 10 people. Both the helm and port side forward facing seats, plus the port aft facing hold two abreast.
The fishing package on this vessel includes live-well and a giant sized fish box in the cockpit sole, plus a bait preparation station immediately aft of the helm seat. There was also a storage compartment for four rods built into the saloon floor.
A swim platform with a hideaway ladder is standard, as are the hot and cold transom shower and freshwater wash down. There is even a standard freshwater outlet in the anchor locker on the fore-deck to keep your ground tackle clean.
The 370 EC treats boaters to a comfortable ride and convenient handling, thanks to the hull design and the helm's ergonomic layout. The seat is front-to-back power adjustable, and the front edge flips up to a stand-up bolster conversion.
Below decks is where the 370 EC really cradles boaters in comfort. There is both headroom and room to spread out throughout the cabin. A comfortable convertible dinette is to starboard. There is storage in the seats, cabinets and a curtained shelf above the cabinets. Opposite the dinette is a full galley that includes a large refrigerator with a separate freezer compartment, a two-burner stove, a microwave oven, a coffee maker and a deep-basin sink. Cabinet doors for the microwave and the TV/VCR combo retreat to the sides of the units instead of sticking out and getting in the way. When the doors are closed and a filler panel is placed in the sink, it creates a clean look in the cabin, with no exposed appliances. What's more, it provides a large area of counter space for other uses besides meal preparation.
The head is aft of the galley and features a VacuFlush toilet, a Corian vanity top and a fiberglass shower with a sliding, curved acrylic door.
The boat's main electrical panel is located behind a cabinet door to the upper left of the galley. This is also where the control head of the standard premium Clarion audio system is located, which features an AM/FM cassette/receiver, a six-CD changer and a booster amp that powers eight speakers throughout the boat, including a subwoofer in the cockpit.
Speaking of all things electrical, one nice touch I noticed was that all the lighting switches in the cabin and the cockpit are marked for what they control. they also have gold anodized plates.
The forward stateroom can be separated for privacy from the main saloon by a two-panel sliding door that moves along an arched track. The full-size berth features coordinated pillows, sheets and a bedspread.
I was surprised to find so much storage room in the compartment. To starboard is a large, almost walk-in, hanging locker with a small three-drawer cabinet to one side. Opposite it is another locker about half the height that can still be used for hanging clothes. Even when the components from the removable dinette in the main saloon are put in their stowage space under the berth, there's still room for more stuff. The steps to the berth lift to expose even more storage.
Equipped with the Caterpillar 3126 diesel engines this boat can hit 37.6 mph and a 19 degree dead-rise the hull the ability to slice through waves smoothly:
Getting to the 370 EC's power-plants is simple. The entire helm-area floor can be raised via an electric lift to expose the engine compartment. There's also a small hatch between the seats for quick fluid checks. Because of the 370 EC's wide beam, boaters have ample room to work on either side of the engines, as well as front to back. The generator is located to port, but even here, there's no lack of room. In fact, there's enough space along the center line for an adult to lie down between the stringers. It's an area that can be used for storage if needed.
Two words to sum up the Sea Ray 370 Express Cruiser Style and flexibility. Its full array of comforts makes any type of outing on the water a pleasure. The 370 is a boat for all reasons.
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