370-380 Aft Cabin
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One of Sea Rays few motoryacht designs produced during the 1990s, the 370 Aft Cabin (called the 380 Aft Cabin in 200001) enjoyed modest success for Sea Ray during her production years. A blend of modern styling and comfortable accommodations, she was built on a fully cored deep-V hull with prop pockets to level the engines. The 370/380 is a big boat inside thanks to a wide 14'3"" beam and relatively high freeboard. Both staterooms have walkaround double beds and generous storage. Only the aft head has a separate stall shower. On the port side across from the galley is a walk-in utility room containing a washer/dryer, countertop, storage and a pantry. (In 2000, this utility area was eliminated in favor of an enlarged salon.) The L-shaped sofa in the salon converts to a double bed at the push of a button, and a handy serving counter overlooks the galley. Topside, the Sea Rays covered aft deck features a molded bench seat, wet bar with ice maker, and solid wing doors. On the downside, the engine room accessed from a gas-assist hatch in the salon sole is a tight fit. MerCruiser 380hp gas inboards cruise at 1618 knots, and Cat 340hp Cat diesels cruise at 20+ knots.
Overview Beamy aft-cabin cruiser made the cut with late 1990s Sea Ray buyers seeking condo-style accommodations in a sporty package.
Features Well-appointed interior boasts expansive salon with L-shaped sofa, two roomy staterooms, generous storage. Mini-stateroom opposite galley can be configured as utility room. Aft deck has wet bar and wing doors.
Comments Engineroom is a tight fit. Hull is fully cored.
Performance MerCruiser 380hp gas inboards cruise at 20 knots (about 30 knots top); 340hp Cat diesels cruise at 20 knots (2223 knots top).