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With her tall freeboard and sleek appearance, the 370 Express (called the 3672 Express in 200002; 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 choice of cabin layouts a rarity in production express boats these days. A spacious single-stateroom floorplan has an aft sleeper-sofa in the salon, and an optional midcabin floorplan has a small stateroom aft with a full bulkhead and privacy door. What makes these layouts so comfortable is the single-level salon solein most other midcabin designs the settee/aft berth area is a step down from the salon floor. Both interiors are tastefully finished with cherry woodwork and joinery, and both are unusually spacious thanks to the 370s wide beam. Additional features include a walk-through windshield (the side decks are very narrow), a stall shower in the head, excellent engine access, and a cockpit wet bar. Twin 370hp V-drive Crusader inboards cruise at 16 knots (around 28 knots top), and newer models with the 385hp Crusaders will run a little faster. Optional 370hp Cummins diesels cruise in the low 20s.