Formula 430 Super Sport Crossover
By Tom Richardson on May 9, 2017
The Formula 430 Super Sport Crossover combines the best features of the company’s sleek Super Sport design with the open bow and cabin elements of Formula’s Crossover Bowrider.
Featuring nearly 40 linear feet of cockpit space flowing uninterrupted on one continuous level, the 430’s SmartZone concept optimizes space with a side-console helm, creating separate areas that foster a variety of activities and boating preferences. Cabin accommodations include a convertible dinette/sleeping berth, aft stateroom with queen-size bed, private stand-up head compartment, full galley and premium AV entertainment system.
The enclosed helm features a fiberglass hardtop with full-width motorized glass sunroof and triple-wide adjustable seating. The composite dash is outfitted with twin Raymarine eS128 GPS widescreen color chartplotters (upgrade to twin or triple gS165s available), Mercury DTS with SmartCraft VesselView and intuitive waterproof rocker switches arrayed in Liquid Black panels with bold, metallic accents. The 430 SSC also features digital switching with a helm-mounted, dedicated Raymarine gS95 display and wireless iPad control with subscription-ready cellular remote control.
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The bow area features a forward-facing, triple-wide lounge that transitions to full-length starboard and wraparound bow seat, making this a great spot for socializing. Two electrically actuated tables with filler cushions allow for dining and sunbathing, while a molded-in, dual-compartment cooler forward with trash receptacle to port keeps drinks and snacks chilled. A bow sunshade with stainless supports comes standard.
The upper galley (to port, opposite the helm) features a large Corian countertop, fiberglass sink with glide-away cover, stainless Isotherm pullout fridge and full bank of StarBoard drawers.
The aft cockpit features a sun lounge with individual backrests that adjust fore and aft. A spacious trunk holds 4 fenders and cockpit filler cushions. Easy access to the water is made possible via the huge extended swim platform with removable T-ladder. The platform features 4 drink holders and waterproof stereo control with speakers.
The 430’s cabin is accessed via a portside door at the helm. It features woodgrain-finish flooring, 6’ 6” of headroom, a fully appointed lower galley, dining lounge, enclosed head and stateroom.
The 430 SSC 21° deep-V hull with FAS3TECH multi-step design and molded structural grid delivers fast, stable performance. Power options include Quad Mercury 300 Verado outboards (with upgrade to Quad 400s) with electronic shift/throttle and Mercury Joystick piloting.
LOA 43 ́
Beam 12 ́
Approx. Weight 25,200 lbs
Cabin Headroom 6 ́ 6 ̋
Fuel 500 gals.
Water 56 gals.
Base price w/ quad 300 hp Mercury Verados: $1,054,500
For more information, visit the Formula website.