Length w/ Pulpit:
Four Winns largest boat ever, the 378 Vista joins a growing list of midsize family cruisers vying for the attention of the nations boaters. The Vista is a well-styled boat with her flowing lines and forward-facing arch, and she has one of the larger cockpits to be found in a 37-footer. Rather than the typical midcabin interior, the 378 features an expansive salon with two convertible sofas, one along the aft bulkhead and the other along the starboard side. Privacy curtains separate the fore and aft sleeping areas from the main salon, although an aft-cabin bulkhead with door was optional. The galley offers abundant storage and counter space, enhanced by faux granite countertops and cherry cabinets. Note that air-conditioning and a central vacuum system are standard, as is the flat-screen TV installed above the galley. On deck, a walk-through windshield provides easy access to the foredeck. Cockpit seating includes a U-shaped lounge aft, double helm seat and a portside lounge, and the engine compartment is reached through a deck access panel or the standard power hatch. Twin 375hp gas inboards cruise the 378 Vista in the low 20s and top out at just over 30 knots.
Overview Sleek and classy sportcruiser with roomy salon and cockpit is as good as it gets in a family express.
Features Wide-open interior features expansive salon with two convertible sofas, well-appointed galley, elegant high-gloss cherry cabinetry. Bow-stateroom privacy door is optional. Cockpitwith huge wraparound settee and wet baris one of the largest offered in a boat this size. Anchor chute is better than a pulpit.
Comments Finish is well above average.
Performance Twin 375hp gas inboards cruise in the low 20s (30+ knots top).