360 Aft Cabin
Length w/ Pulpit:
A very popular boat during her late 1980s production years, the Sea Ray 360 Aft Cabin was built on a dual mode hull capable of trawler-style economy at 78 knot displacement speeds while still able to achieve planing-speed performance. She rides on a low-deadrise, solid fiberglass hull with moderate beam, prop pockets, and a shallow, full-length keel. The 360s interior is somewhat unusual in that twin single berths were standard into the smallish aft stateroom (although a double berth was optional). The galley is down, separated from the salon by a serving counter, and a portside lower helm was a popular option. Teak cabinets and paneling and vinyl overheads highlight the interior. Topside, the 360s full-width aft deck is on the small side with room for only a couple of deck chairs. Wide side decks make it easy to get around, and the flybridge is arranged with bench seating aft of the helm. Note that most of these boats were sold with an optional hardtop. Standard 260hp MerCruiser gas engines cruise the 360 Aft Cabin at a modest 15 knots and reach a top speed of 2324 knots. Optional 200hp Perkins diesels provide a cruising speed of 1516 knots (about 20 top).
Overview Sporty aft-cabin cruiser with innovative cabin layout offered rakish styling, comfortable accommodations at an affordable price.
Features Teak-trimmed interior is uniquely arranged with master stateroom forward, guest cabin with single berths aftvery unusual indeed. Large galley boasts upright refrigerator, teak parquet floor. Lower helm was a popular option.
Comments Aft head is tiny; forward head has separate stall shower. Good lower helm visibility.
Performance Standard 260hp gas engines (or optional 200hp Perkins diesels) cruise at 15-16 knots.