|Make: Sea Ray Boats|
|Model: 370 Express Cruiser|
|Length: 37 ft. 0 in.|
|Location: Mt. Clemens, MI|
|Type: Express Fisherman Boats|
(2007 MARINE SURVEY ON FILE) LOADED WITH EQUIPMENT AND OPTIONS (INCLUDING FACTORY HARDTOP) THIS 1999 SEA RAY 370 EXPRESS CRUISER IS A MUST SEE -- PLEASE SEE FULL SPECS FOR COMPLETE LISTING DETAILS. LOW INTEREST EXTENDED TERM FINANCING AVAILABLE -- CALL OR EMAIL OUR SALES OFFICE FOR DETAILS.
Freshwater / Great Lakes boat since new this vessel features Twin 380-hp MerCruiser Horizon Gas Engine's with 900 original hours. Notable features include but are not limited to the following: Air-Conditioning & Heat (1-Zone), Head (Vacuflush) w/Vanity/Sink/Stall Shower, Maple Interior Package, Interior Canvas Carpet Runners, Factory Fiberglass Hardtop, Windlass, Camper Canvas Package w/Screens, Westerbeke Generator (9 hours), Complete Raytheon Electronics Package (VHF Marine Radio, GPS w/Chartplotter, Radar, Autopilot, etc.), Clarion AM/FM Stereo System w/CD-Player & CD-Changer, and MUCH more.
Broker Notes: Exceptionally clean and well cared for this one will not disappoint!
The PowerBoat Guide had this to say:
The 370 Express Cruiser was an effort by Sea Ray to develop a serious tournament-level fishing boat. In that regard, she followed the approach Tiara so successfully pioneered with their 3600 and 3700 open models--a top quality express with a big, well-designed cockpit and a lavish, family-friendly interior. Not inexpensive, the Sea Ray 370 is a big boat thanks to her wide 14-foot, 2-inch beam. The cockpit offers lots of space for fishing, and there's plenty of room for a fishing chair or for storing loose gear such as coolers. A bait-prep center with sink is positioned for easy access, and a pair of lift-out fish boxes were standard. The 370's machinery space is reached via a centerline hatch, and for complete access the bridge sole can be raised at the push of a button. Below, the plush interior will sleep four with a double berth in the private bow stateroom, and a lounge to starboard that pulls out into a double berth. Additional features include rod storage beneath the cabin sole, prop pockets, and a fully-cored hull.