Specifications

Name: 370 Sedan Bridge
Length: 37
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 250 gals.
Model Years: 1991—1997
Draft: 2'7"
Beam: 12'4"
Water Capacity: 70 gals.
Waste Capacity: 20 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
With her long foredeck and relatively small cockpit, the 370 Sedan Bridge is a maxi-volume family cruiser with conservative lines and a very spacious interior. She’s built on solid fiberglass deep-V with prop pockets, moderate beam, and side-dumping exhausts. Below, the two-stateroom floorplan of the 370 features an expansive salon with a full-length settee, removable dinette table, breakfast bar, and large wraparound cabin windows. An angled double berth resides in the bow stateroom, and the portside guest cabin has another double berth extending below the salon sole. Oak trim and earth-tone wall coverings highlight the interior, and the double-entry head has a separate stall shower. Topside, the cockpit includes a transom door and optional bench seating, while the flybridge is arranged with L-shaped lounge seating aft of the helm. On the downside, the side decks are somewhat narrow. Additional features include a radar arch, swim platform, tilt steering wheel, and a bow pulpit. A lower helm station was optional. Standard 310hp MerCruiser gas inboards cruise the 370 Sedan Bridge at 18 knots and deliver a top speed in the mid to high 20s.

Overview

Sporty 1990s sport sedan delivered an impressive mix of rakish styling, space-efficient layout, capable open-water performance.

Features

Well-appointed interior with oak cabinets, large cabin windows includes two private staterooms, huge U-shaped salon dinette, built-in entertainment center, choice of breakfast bar or optional lower helm station. Radar arch, swim platform, transom door, bow pulpit were standard.

Comments

Side decks are on the narrow side.

Performance

Standard 340hp MerCruiser gas inboards cruise at 18 knots (mid 20s top).