Sea Ray’s innovative 370 Venture, which was named the 2012 “Boat of the Year” by Boating magazine, is loaded with standard features and creature comforts. Featuring a patent-pending design, the Venture is built around hidden Mercury Marine Verado 4-stroke outboards, allowing expansion of the cockpit and cabin areas.

SeaRay_370Ven_helmOn deck, an L-shaped lounge sits opposite the helm, which has a double-wide seat for the captain and a companion. A full complement of SmartCraft diagnostic instruments provide real-time assessment of engine and performance data. Farther aft, a U-shaped bench wraps around a solid-teak table that adjusts to become a sun pad with the standard filler cushion. To starboard, more bench seating is adjacent to the outdoor galley with a stainless-steel sink and faucet, refrigerator, induction stove, storage and electric barbecue grill.

At the transom, the twin 300-hp Verados are housed beneath sun pads to either side of the center walkthrough. Engine access is gained by lifting the sun pads.

SeaRay_370Ven_engineTaking advantage of the small footprint of the outboards, Sea Ray was able to push the engine room bulkhead as far aft as possible, creating the most stateroom space for a boat of its size. The aft master stateroom stretches beam-to-beam, with an angled berth of Visco elastic foam and storage beneath. The full-length horizontal hull windows allow a flood of ambient light, and the refined interior features bright, natural tones to enhance the airy feel. Additional appointments include a seat to port and a starboard settee. The boat sleeps 4 adults.

The forward dinette features oversized hull windows and a large wraparound settee with a folding table. The whole space converts to a V-berth with filler cushions. A storage cabinet and enclosed head are to starboard. The latter has simulated teak flooring, a VacuFlush head, sink and pull-out sprayer, medicine cabinet, vanity with storage and full-length mirror. Opposite, the interior galley comes with a solid-surface countertop, stainless-steel sink and cover, microwave, refrigerator, trash receptacle, and storage drawers and cabinets.


  • LOA: 37’ 2”
  • Beam: 11’ 3”
  • Weight: 15,432 lbs.
  • Deadrise: 18°
  • Fuel: 222 gals.
  • Water: 31 gals.

For more information go to the Sea Ray website.


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