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Sea Ray 370 Sundancer

Specifications

Name: 370 Sundancer
Length: 37
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 275 gals.
Model Years: 1995—1999
Draft: 2'8"
Beam: 12'7"
Water Capacity: 70 gals.
Waste Capacity: 28 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: 40'1"
For years, Sea Ray has dominated the market for midcabin cruisers with their state-of-the-art styling and innovative features. The introduction in 1995 of the 370 Sundancer was yet another in the company’s evolving series of Sundancer models, each a little nicer than the last, and each a little more expensive. Built on a fully cored hull, the Sundancer’s interior seems unusually spacious, perhaps because the aft stateroom—with its U-shaped settee and removable table—is wide open to the main cabin. A sliding privacy door closes off the forward stateroom by night, and the salon sofa converts to a double bed for extra guests. This is, in fact, a very well executed layout, and the built-in breakfast bar, faux granite countertop, and sculptured overhead panels are worthy of note. Topside, the 370’s cockpit can easily handle a crowd, and a wet bar with sink, cooler, trash bin, and cutting board were standard. Additional features include an underwater exhaust system, a distinctive two-tier swim platform, good engine access, and very secure side decks. Twin V-drive 310hp gas inboards cruise the 370 Sundancer at 18 knots (about 30 knots top), and 300hp Cummins diesels cruise in the low 20s.

Overview

Bold 1990s sportcruiser delivered a compelling blend of rakish styling, luxury-class accommodations.

Features

Lavish interior boasts spacious salon with U-shaped settee, large galley with granite bar, convertible rear dinette. Forward stateroom has privacy door—a plus for cruising with friends. Roomy cockpit with entertainment center seats a small crowd. Note stylish woodgrain helm, big transom storage locker.

Comments

Underwater exhausts reduce noise, fumes.

Performance

Twin 310hp gas inboards cruise at 18 knots; 292hp Cat diesels cruise in the low 20s.

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