The 2015 Formula 370 Super Sport is not your average express cruiser. Hop aboard with us and you'll soon find out why—but when we hit the throttles, hold on tight. Click on the photo below to view the video:
Boat Test Notes
- Design and build an express-style sport cruiser that offers performance well beyond what the competition offers, while still providing top-notch comfort both above and below deck.
- The 370 SS feels beefy underfoot, crushing a bay chop and boat wakes with no problem.
- Hullsides are cored with Corecell, graphics are Imron, resin is premium AME 5001, and stainless-steel fittings are 316L.
- Formula backs it with a 10 year structural warranty and a five-year protection plan on all components and accessories.
- This is where the 370 Super Sport really sets itself apart from other boats. We cruised in the mid 40's and hit a top-end of 54 MPH. When I said "The photo boat can't keep up," in the video, I meant it.
- It's a big boat, so don't be surprised when it takes a few seconds to get out of the hole. Once it does, however, it builds speed steadily.
- Twin-stepped hull maintains a firm grip in turns and never feels skittish or loose.
- Running attitude is fairly flat, so visibility is never a problem.
- Cabin is much larger than expected for a performance-oriented boat.
- The helm station layout is excellent; electronics, gauges, and controls all are easy to spot and lay your hands on.
- Seats are extremely comfy; Formula uses DriFast foam and 36-ounce outdoor vinyl. -Smart galley layout, shifting refrigerator location to maximize use-able space.
To find out more about the 370 Super Sport, visit Formula. If you think you already know enough to want one, here's a link to some current Formula 370 listings.
|Fuel capacity||238 gal.|
|Water capacity||43 gal.|