The 370 Super Sport is popular with Formula buyers and now she features new color choices. She has good performance and offers plenty of space to relax in the sun, take cover under the shade, or to gather around the cockpit table and entertain.
Concealed electric windlass with chain counter, 150' chain, & polished stainless steel anchor
For 2007, the 370 Super Sport has a few changes, and the first was evident as I approached the boat. The Black Cherry Metallic Imron Flagship Graphics on the side are phenomenal and make this model stand out from far away.
The spacious bow includes four Bomar hatches to allow fresh air and light into the salon and cabin below. A concealed electric windlass with chain counter and 150’ of chain and polished anchor are on the bow. If you like to lay out at anchor, the bow offers a great place to stretch out.
Spacious Cockpit for Family Fun
The cockpit has a stainless steel full framed windshield with walkthrough and tinted glass. Overhead is a standard radar arch with mast light. In the cockpit, the helm is accented with Burlwood panels and a brushed metallic finish. Livorsi illuminated gauges have chromed bezels. A Raymarine depth sounder and ST-60 digital depth display is standard on this model. The Dino tilt steering has a mahogany and leather wheel. A stereo remote is at the wheel as well as an iPod/MP3 port for your own mix of tunes underway. The helm has twin command seating with a portside lounger seat, which encourages more company at the helm.
The U-shaped aft lounge is fairly large and features a dual height table which converts easily to become another sun pad. You’ll be able to assemble sandwiches and drinks in a pinch with the molded in wet bar with integrated sink, Corian countertop, standard stainless steel refrigerator, and Igloo cooler. Custom patterned cockpit carpet protect your feet on hot days and a standard bimini top provides protection from the elements. The extended swim platform gives you plenty of room to relax with your legs in the water.
The engine room has a motorized lift, courtesy lighting and automatic fire suppression system. With gas installations, a 7.3KW Kohler low-CO emissions genset is standard. With diesel models, a 7.6 KW Westerbeke genset is standard.
The cabin of the 370 Super Sport provides a great respite from the sun, and a place to relax and sleep overnight. The salon has Ultraleather sofa seating with a solid wood dual-height table and filler cushions. The entertainment center includes a 15” LCD TV/DVD. Keep your cool with a 16,000 BTU air conditioning unit, and crank up the music with the Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo with 10-disc CD changer and iPod docking station. The aft cabin stateroom has a queen sized berth with storage, TV receptacle and individual reading lights. This is also the perfect place for the kids.
The 370 Super Sport is 38’4” length overall with a beam width of 10’9”. She weighs in at 15,100 lbs. and has a draft of 36”. Bridge clearance is 10’. Headroom in the cabin is 6’2”, which is plenty generous. This model has a fuel capacity of 238 gallons for a great weekend without worries.
Testing the 370 Super Sport was a joy. She handled the bumps and jumps over the busy channel with ease, and delivered a smooth ride once outside through the rpm range. The 370 was nimble performer with a time to plane of only 9.4 seconds, and 0-30 mph speed of only 13.6 seconds. Best cruise was found at 3500 rpm cruising 36.8 mph with a range of 392 miles on a full tank of fuel. To speed was achieved at 4830 rpm giving us 54.1 mph.
If you are looking for a smooth riding performance boat with room to entertain, relax for the weekend, or just play with the family, the 370 Super Sport has it all. She is loaded with features to make your day on the water fun and your night on the hook enjoyable.
Formula 370 Super Sport (2007-) Test Result Highlights
Top speed for the Formula 370 Super Sport (2007-) is 54.1 mph (87.1 kph), burning 72.2 gallons per hour (gph) or 273.28 liters per hour (lph).
Best cruise for the Formula 370 Super Sport (2007-) is 43.7 mph (70.3 kph), and the boat gets 1.06 miles per gallon (mpg) or 0.45 kilometers per liter (kpl), giving the boat a cruising range of 227 miles (365.32 kilometers).
Tested power is 2 x 425-hp MerCruiser 496 HO (Bravo III).
For complete test results including fuel consumption, range and sound levels go to our Test Results section.
Formula 370 Super Sport (2007-) Standard and Optional Equipment
Flush and Forget® VacuFlush
Bennett® hydraulic trim tabs
Washdown: Fresh Water
Outlet: 12-Volt Acc
Boats More Than 30 Feet
= Standard = Optional
Formula 370 Super Sport (2007-) Warranty
Formula 370 Super Sport (2007-) Warranty Information
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