2005 CRUISERS 370 Express
With her tall freeboard and sleek appearance, the 370 Express (called the 3672 Express in 2000–02; 3772 Express in 2003) conveys the impression of being a bigger boat than her 36-foot hull length suggests. Built on a cored modified-V hull with prop pockets and an integrated swim platform, she offers a beautiful cabin layout—a rarity in production express boats these days. This yacht has a very spacious single-stateroom floorplan and an aft sleeper-sofa in the salon. What makes this layout so comfortable is the single-level salon sole; in most other mid-cabin designs, the settee/aft berth area is a step down from the salon floor. The interior is tastefully finished with cherry woodwork and cabinetry, and is unusually spacious thanks to the 370’s wide beam. Additional features include a walk-through windshield, a stall shower in the head, excellent engine access, and a cockpit wet bar. Twin Volvo Penta Diesels 310 hp V-drive inboards will cruise at 26-28 mph (top speed will be 32-34 mph), and burn about 30.4 GPH.
This Cruisers Yachts' 370 Express features a sleek express exterior with plenty of cockpit space and a well-thought-out layout, effectively combining abovedeck comfort with a sweet, performance-driven profile. Most importantly, this owner has selected the best and most desirable interior layout. With the single stateroom layout, the 370 achieves a wide-open feel. The airy salon is one continuous living space from the forward stateroom to the comfortable aft settee. The 370 is able to comfortably provide sleeping accommodations for six people and has a generous 6-foot, 6-inch headroom. Another benefit of the 370 is a galley layout that positions the refrigerator conveniently at eye level, which also allows for more storage in the galley. This arrangement is located in close proximity to the cockpit for additional convenience when entertaining or relaxing topside. The forward stateroom, which can be closed off by a standard privacy curtain, boasts a large double bed that is easily accessible for maximum convenience. Additionally, the main head features a separate shower stall, in keeping with the idea of maximizing privacy, comfort and ease of use for those living aboard.
An exciting blend of performance and luxury, Cruisers Yachts 370 Express exhibits world class manufacturing with contemporary styling. With a reputation for innovation and attention to detail, the 3772 had been modified and renamed the 370.
As we begin our tour of the 370 express cruiser, we find a large swim platform and a deep transom storage hatch for fenders and lines. Integrated into the platform, are two self- draining storage lockers and a concealed boarding ladder. To port is the transom door that will lead you to the large u-shaped settee that converts to a sun lounge or a dinning table with room for all your guests during those special sunset meals. Directly to port, is a wet bar with plenty of counter space, a sink and optional icemaker/ refrigerator. As we move forward we notice the inviting chase lounge to port.
The starboard helm is well laid out with all the controls and instrumentation within easy reach. There is also plenty of room in the dash for adding your favorite electronic necessities. A molded fiberglass radar arch accents the cockpit and provides all the space you’ll need for antennas and securing the convertible top. When it is time to access the anchor windlass, you will appreciate the molded steps and stainless steel handrail for accessing the foredeck.
Access through the companionway is via a three-piece Plexiglas door. The top piece slides into the foredeck neatly and the bi-fold doors lock in place when open. A few steps down and you’re in the 370’s salon, where the luxuries of a fine cruiser await you. One of the trademarks of Cruisers Yachts is their attention to detail. This is apparent in the salon, where the handsomely appointed interior is finished in cherry wood and supple tan leather upholstery.
Inside the spacious salon, a leather settee is located to starboard. The settee’s complementary cherry wood dinning table, provide you with a relaxed spot to eat your gourmet meals. To port, is the L-shaped galley, complete with a fridge, sink, cook top, microwave and a TV with DVD. The granite style counter top and cherry wood cabinets add a classy European look to the cabin. While large, half moon Bomar ceiling hatches provide good light and ventilation when needed.
The forward stateroom features an island berth with storage below and cedar lined hanging closets to port and starboard. Directly above the berth is a large round hatch, allowing lots of light and good ventilation. Located to port, is an ample sized head with vanity. A separate stand-up shower compartment is located just forward of the head.
Similar to other boats in the Cruiser line-up, a single stateroom layout that boast a roomier salon and comfortable settee with generous headroom. The settee folds out and converts into a double birth, should you decide to bring guests along.
Back at the bridge, we put the 370 through its paces. The V-drive configuration provides good space management and makes minor maintenance a breeze. Performance and handling are good for a vessel of this size and the 370 is an exceptionally engineered and manufactured boat, and is undeniably one of the finest express cruiser on the market today.
***THIS OWNER WANT'S THIS BOAT SOLD***
***ALL OFFERS WILL BE CONSIDERED***
***PRICED TO SELL***
***LIFT KEPT HER ENTIRE LIFE***
***OWNER JUST DOESN'T HAVE THE TIME TO USE HER***
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