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Formula 370 Super Sport

€84 483 (Vente en cours) Prix ​​demandé: US$94 000

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500 South Main Street
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Marque Formula
Modèle 370 Super Sport
Année 2004
Condition Occasion
Prix US$94 000
Type Bateau à moteur
Classe Bateaux de plaisance
Longueur 11.28 m
Carburant Essence
Matériau de la coque Fibre de verre
Location Freeport, New York, États-Unis
Longueur Hors Tout 11.73 m
Longueur à la flottaison 11.28 m
Bau 3.2 m
Tirant d'eau max. 0.91 m
Relevé de varangues 21°
Poids à sec 14400 livres
Hauteur libre max. sous ponts 3.05 m
Hauteur sous barrot 1.88 m
Type de moteur Inbord/Hors-bord
Marque du moteur Volvo Penta
Modèle de moteur 8.1 GSi
Carburant Essence
Année du moteur 2004
Puissance 425 hp
Type d'entraînement Transmission en Z
Localisation Bâbord
Type d'hélice 6 pales
Matériau de l'hélice Acier inoxydable
Heures de moteur 598
Type de moteur Inbord/Hors-bord
Marque du moteur Volvo Penta
Modèle de moteur 8.1 GSi
Carburant Essence
Année du moteur 2004
Puissance 425 hp
Type d'entraînement Transmission en Z
Localisation Tribord
Type d'hélice 6 pales
Matériau de l'hélice Acier inoxydable
Heures de moteur 598
Tauds
  • Bimini Top
Appareillage Électrique
  • Prise de quai
  • Générateur
Électronique
  • Sondeur
  • TV
  • Plotter
  • Radio
  • Compas
  • GPS
  • Haut-parleurs de cockpit
  • VHF
Équipement Interieur
  • Pompe de cale électrique
  • Micro-onde
  • Air Conditionné
  • WC électrique
  • Chauffage
  • Eau chaude
  • Réfrigérateur
  • Chargeur de batteries
Équipement Extérieur/Options
  • Douchette de cockpit
  • Coussins de cockpit
  • Table de cockpit
  • Échelle de bain
Architecte John Adams
Fabricant Formula
Cabines 2
Couchettes simples 4
Toilettes 1
Réservoirs de carburant 238 gal
Réservoirs à eau douce 43 gal
Réservoirs eau noire 50 gal
Forme de la coque Deep Vee
Guindeau Guindeau électrique
Flaps Oui
Garantie de la coque 5 ans

Description

Compelling Sport with Cruising Comfort-High Condition

See her at the Tobay Show

Highly maintained with steady service and mechanical updates by the professionals at Al Grover's.  Properly operated by mature second owner.  Ideal BIG power from twin Volvo 8.1 GXi closed cooled 425 hp DP, 596 hours.  NEW cabin flooring 2018. NEW: Y-Pipe assemblies 2017, exhaust 2016, oil coolers 2016, starboard long block 2016, steering cylinder 2016 and more in the last two years. Shows much younger than her age, clean throughout.  Kohler 7.3E kw generator 83 hours, NEW enclosure 2013 never used. Walk-thru windshield, Northstar 6000i GPS plotter, recent Ray depthfinder, Gaffrig controls, vhf, central vacuum, cockpit wetbar with fridge, private head, mid-cabin berth, recent flat screen TV, smart cockpit storage for table and sunpad.  NEW hull side paint by Jim Ray in 2013. Highly successful model still in production today.  Solid glass hull, step design. Survey ready condition.

Our Experience Improves Your Experience. Get it Right at Al Grover's.

Manufacturer Provided Description

The Formula 370 Super Sport is poised to settle in as a logical transition from the Formula 330 Sun Sport to the 400 Super Sport, carrying off the combination of beautiful styling and exhilarating performance that is expected of a Formula. The hand of Thunderbird's exclusive designer, John Adams, is clearly evident in the 370 Super Sport.

Boats.com Review January 13, 2004

Formula 370 Super Sport: Performance Report

Formula 370 Super Sport: Plush cruiser pampers passengers.

By Staff January 13, 2004

The strong suit of this boat was handling during slalom drills and turns at cruise speeds.(Photo by Tom Newby)



We've sung the praises of Formula designer John Adams' ability to create fine hulls, but little did we know about his talent for interior design. From the curved lounges finished in rich UltraLeather to the cabinets done in fine cherry wood in the cabin of the Formula 370 Super Sport, it's clear Adams knows what the boating public wants. His designs are what you might find in high-end custom homes, and they work just as well in the 370 Super Sport's interior.

"He really knows what's up and coming and what he picks out is going to make most people very satisfied," said Scott Smith, marketing manager for Formula Boats.

Adams' designs are the complete package—excellent interiors with some of the best hulls in the business.

Performance

It used to be with performance cruisers that you had to sacrifice speed and handling for the abundance of amenities that come with the beamier boats. That's not necessarily the case with the 370 Super Sport, which could hold its own against the smaller sport boats.

Formula brought to our Performance Trials in Fort Myers, Fla., a Super Sport equipped with a pair of 425-hp MerCruiser 496 Mag HO engines. At first glance it doesn't seem like a lot of power for a boat weighing nearly 7 tons, but the engine package was a strong performer in the 37-footer.

On a 94-degree day, the boat reached 58 mph at 5,100 rpm on GPS. Our lead test driver thought the boat with Mercury Bravo Threes may have been a little underpropped and with the right set could have topped 60 mph. Formula likely picked props that were best for overall performance and not just for top speed.

It was still a comfortable ride up to top speed as the boat mashed its way across the 1-foot wind chop in the Gulf of Mexico. The Super Sport reached plane with the Bennett tabs dragging in 6 seconds with plenty of visibility for the driver and passengers.

In acceleration tests, the cruiser had ample snap, reaching 22 mph in five seconds and 48 mph within 20 seconds. Midrange acceleration took 12 seconds to go from 30 to 50 mph.

The strong suit of this boat was handling during slalom drills and turns at cruise speeds. Never once did the boat hop or skip, and with full-hydraulic steering it made handling a breeze.

"It has manners like a smaller boat but it's like driving a condo around," said our lead test driver. "It's very comfortable to drive, smooth and predictable."
Workmanship

The mold work on the long and tall hullsides was among the best at the Performance Trials—typical of the superior work that comes out of the Formula plant in Decatur, Ind. The paint job was expertly handled in black Imron with a silver accent stripe.

Protecting the boat was a large plastic rubrail with a stainless molding insert. Each of the screw heads was perfectly aligned and there were no gaps between the hull and rubrail, even in the complex area around the swim platform.

Under the hatch, which lifted the rear bench on an electric screw jack, the MerCruiser engines were attached to Mercury mounts. A special mounting system situated the motors over the stringers, allowing good access for routine maintenance. All wiring was supported with stainless adels, just what we want to see on a boat that retails for nearly $330,000.

In the cabin, the strong workmanship continued, from the carpet installation to the headliner. There were no gaps in the headliner or carpet, and the direct lighting helped bring an elegant feel to the cabin.

Up on deck, Formula anticipated the needs of its owners. Various sections of the deck were done in nonskid, providing a sense of security for deckhands trying to access the windlass on the bow. A stainless-steel rail lined the deck and had solid support.

Interior

Access to the carpeted cockpit from the transom was through a hinged door on the port side. Just in front of the fiberglass door was a galley with a freshwater sink and Corian countertops. Under the galley, Formula included an ice chest and a refrigerator. To starboard, a U-shape bench—with the table set up—allowed six or seven people to enjoy a meal on the water.

A two-up helm seat was just ahead of the dinning area, protected by a wraparound polished-stainless windshield. All the gauges were set in custom bezels in burlwood panels, creating a sharp-looking dash. Among the notable items: a chart plotter, compass and a remote for the Sirius-equipped stereo system.

Belowdeck, which featured an aft cabin with a small porthole to provide ambient light, all of the cabinets were done in cherry wood. The galley to port had a Corian countertop with a sink and single-burner stove built into the top. Just above was a microwave.

To port, a large head included a small sink and shower—plenty of room to get ready for an evening on shore. Just in front of the head was a small entertainment center, which included a 13" television and just below was another refrigerator.

The plush V-shape couch could be converted to another berth or would be perfect to hang out while enjoying the air conditioning. Four Bomar hatches and three portholes on each side allowed for plenty of ambient light.

Overall

Formula designer John Adams tries to keep pace with the design industry and monitor the latest trends—and in the case of the Formula 370 Super Sport, he was right on the money.

Hull and Propulsion Information

Deadrise at transom 21 degrees Centerline 37' Beam 10'6" Hull weight 14,400 pounds Engines (2) MerCruiser 496 Mag HO Cylinder type V-8 Cubic-inch displacement/horsepower 496/425 Lower-unit gear ratio 2:1 Propeller Mercury Bravo Three 15 1/4" x 26" and 14" x 26"


Pricing

Base retail $280,860 Price as tested $328,010


Options on Test Boat

Upgrade to Kohler gas generator ($9,440), polished stainless windshield ($5,245), Corsa Captain's Call exhaust ($3,940), electric windlass with stainless anchor ($3,920), Flagship black Imron graphic ($3,365), cockpit enclosure ($2,275), remote-control halogen spotlight ($2,140), Raymarine 320 Raychart ($1,690), AM/FM and multidisc CD changer ($1,545), VHF radio and antenna ($1,055), vacuum discharge head with macerator ($925), freshwater engine flush ($570) and central vacuum system ($480).

Test Conditions

Site Fort Myers, Fla. Temperature 94 degrees Humidity 44 percent Wind speed 2-4 mph Sea conditions 1' chop Elevation Sea level


Acceleration

5 seconds 22 mph 10 seconds 34 mph 15 seconds 43 mph 20 seconds 48 mph Midrange acceleration: 30-50 mph 12 seconds


Rpm vs. Mph

1000 7 mph 1500 11 mph 2000 13 mph 2500 22 mph 3000 30 mph 3500 36 mph 4000 42 mph 4500 50 mph 5000 55 mph


Top Speed

Radar 56.5 mph at 5100 rpm Nordskog Performance Products GPS 58 mph at 5100 rpm


Planing

Time to plane 6 seconds Minimum planing speed 19 mph

Boating Review by Eric Colby Feb.1, 2001

    Formula 370: Best Wishes

There's a genie in the bottle.

By Eric ColbyFebruary 1, 2001    

Here's a boat that tops 60 MPH on twin 420-hp Volvo Penta 8.1 GSi/DP motors, planes in less than six seconds, and makes 50-mph slalom passes so cleanly I wished we could have taken a photograph of the S patterns left in its wake. No wonder I forgot for a moment that I was at the helm of a wide-beam cruiser with seating for 8-to-10 people, sleeping quarters for four, and enough stowage for nearly everything under the sun. It feels like a hot-rod sportboat.

It shouldn't surprise you that the Formula 370 Super Sport is so capable, so versatile. After all, its big sister, the Formula 400 SS was BOATING Magazine's 1998 Boat of the Year. The 400 SS was the first design to combine the performance of a twin-stepped hull with the layout of an express cruiser. It was the ultimate dayboat.

To describe the 370 SS, it's best to start at the bottom. At 2" high, the 370 SS' twin steps are among the tallest I've seen. They need to be. This ain't no pencil-thin, single-purpose, offshore go-fast. The 370 SS' steps are in proportion to the boat's 10'6" beam and 14,400-pound displacement. By comparison, Formula's 382 FAS3Tech, what I call a single-purpose, offshore go-fast, is 8'3" wide and weighs 10,450 pounds. Its 1 1/2"-tall steps provide plenty of lift.

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In addition to being taller, the steps on the 370 SS are spaced farther apart than they are on the 382 FAS3 Tech - 8' compared to 5'. Why? The taller the steps, the farther apart they need to be to ensure longitudinal stability. Otherwise too much air would be pushed under too small of a section on the bottom. Taller steps also mean the water hits farther aft on the bottom, helping to level the 370 SS' ride. Once our test boat was on plane, my inclinometer never read above two degrees.

THE HIGHS: Handles like a svelte sportboat. Shaded dash ahead of helm effectively kills glare. Armrest for throttle hand pampers driver. Smart use of space in cabin, especially fridge location.** **

THE LOWS: Engine hatch takes too long to raise and should be supported with backup gas shocks. Drive trim pumps difficult to get to. Bowrail is too low to be effective.

With the 420-hp Volvos, we cruised comfortably at 42.1 mph at 3500 rpm, burning a stingy 26.4 gph. Even at wide open throttle, the fuel consumption was on the low side for the category - 62.4 gph. Optional Corsa Captain's Call exhaust cutouts ($3,460) kept the decibel level nice and low until we opened them up at 3000 rpm.

When it comes to competition, well, there isn't any - yet. Fountain plans to unveil a 37-footer at the Miami Boat Show this month. The boat will be built on the same twin-stepped bottom currently used for a 37' center console. If history is anything to go by, the Fountain will have a speed edge, whereas the Formula will be more luxurious and comfortable. In about the same size range but not stepped is the Cobalt 360 Express Cruiser, which retails for $217,905 with twin 315-hp Volvo Penta 5.7 GXi/SX engines.

MOD SQUAD. Because stepped-hull boats are subject to more punishment, Formula uses the grid construction technology from the FAS3Tech line for the 370 SS. The stringers and frames are formed in a one-piece fiberglass grid that's bonded into the hull with Plexus. The hull bottom, sides, and deck are made from solid fiberglass laminates. To enhance fit and finish, Formula includes the cockpit sole as part of the deck mold. The cabin sole is its own liner. The cockpit wetbar, seat bases, and dash modules are single pieces, as are the head and galley belowdecks. All parts are bonded in place with Plexus.

Check out the engine compartment's extra-stout motor mounts. A large flat piece of aluminum is welded to the tops of the horseshoe-like brackets that cap the bearers and bolt through them. This creates a wide platform through which the motor-mounting bolts are fastened. A folding diamond-plate step at the front of the engine bay provides a convenient perch for making repairs.

The triple batteries, charger, and water heater are conveniently located to port; the starboard water tank is also within reach. All the wires and hoses are secured in stainless-steel cushioned clamps. The transom-mount drive trim pumps, however, are difficult to access. Also the power hatch took its sweet time raising and should have been additionally supported with gas struts.

LOUNGE AROUND. Once you close the engine hatch, a process that takes a few minutes, it forms the aft section of the horseshoe-shaped cockpit lounge. In this base are a stowage locker and a lid that raises to provide access for routine engine maintenance items. There's also stowage along the starboard side of the lounge.

The triple batteries, charger, and water heater are conveniently located to port; the starboard water tank is also within reach. All the wires and hoses are secured in stainless-steel cushioned clamps. The transom-mount drive trim pumps, however, are difficult to access. Also the power hatch took its sweet time raising and should have been additionally supported with gas struts.

LOUNGE AROUND. Once you close the engine hatch, a process that takes a few minutes, it forms the aft section of the horseshoe-shaped cockpit lounge. In this base are a stowage locker and a lid that raises to provide access for routine engine maintenance items. There's also stowage along the starboard side of the lounge.

At the swim platform, a large trunk-style locker offers the most topside capacity with dedicated fender stowage. It also houses the optional ($805) cockpit tables and lounge filler cushions. Although there are nonslip steps in the tops of the gunwales near the cockpit lounge, the easiest boarding is via the swim platform, which contains a three-step ladder in its own locker. A transom gate to port opens for easy passage to the cockpit.

Just ahead of the port gate, the convenient cockpit galley has a sink with a cutting board top, perfect for lemons and limes. There, I also found one of three onboard wastebaskets - smart for all the trash a family generates - a refrigerator, and cooler. It's so much easier when you don't have to run to the cabin every time you need a drink.

If the cockpit lounges are full, don't fret. There's plenty of space to stretch out on an aft-facing lounge to port. Between the lounge and the helm, a set of molded steps and a safety rail provide passage to the deck via the walkthrough windshield. When you're on deck, there's plenty of nonslip, but the bowrails came up only to my shins, which makes them ineffective at keeping you on deck.

At the helm, the swept windshield protects you while seated. The front half of the bottom cushion flips up to create a leaning post-style perch. Equally nice is the armrest for the driver's throttling arm that creates the ideal resting place for an elbow. A tan finish on the dash abaft the windshield helps create a glare-free view for drivers. VDO engine-monitoring gauges are set up in two tiers and there's plenty of space for aftermarket electronics.

Even though Formula calls the 370 SS a dayboat, the cabin matches up well against similar cruisers. The aft bunk measures a full 6'-by-4' and the forward 6'-long lounges convert to a V-berth with filler cushions. In a clever use of belowdecks space, the refrigerator and hanging locker are next to the entry steps. This keeps the galley from feeling cluttered and helps create some privacy for the aft bunk. The compact galley is stocked with the usual fare - sink, stove, and microwave - yet ithas ample stowage, including a four-drawer cabinet. Formula also came up with a smart way to stash the cabin table when it's not in use - it slips beneath a hatch in the cabin sole.

The starboard head has a full-size feel with a commode that's comfortable to sit on and a stand-up shower. The curtain lets you shower with the door open and retain your privacy.

LAST WORD. Stepped-bottom performance in a cruiser with style.

LOA..........37'0"

Beam..........10'6" ** **

Draft..........3'0"

Displacement (lbs., approx.) .....14,400

Transom deadrise ..21°

Bridge clearance ..10'0"

Minimum cockpit depth...........2'4"

Max. cabin headroom..........6'2"

Fuel capacity (gal.)..238

Water capacity (gal.)............43 ****

Price (w/standard power) ..........$252,065 ****

Price (w/test power) ..........$252,065 ****

STANDARD POWER: Twin 420-hp MerCruiser 496 MAG MPI HO Bravo Three or Volvo Penta 8.1 GSi/DP V-8 gasoline stern drives. ****

OPTIONAL POWER: Twin MerCruiser or Volvo Penta gasoline stern drives to 840 hp total.****

TEST BOAT POWER: Twin 420-hp Volvo Penta 8.1 GSi/DP V-8 gasoline stern drives with 496 cid, 4.25" bore x 4.37" stroke, swinging F7 propsets through 1.68:1 reductions. ****

STANDARD EQUIPMENT (major items): Walkthrough windshield; ss deck hardware and rails; 4 Bomar deck hatches; aluminum radar arch; ss swim ladder; hot and cold transom shower; VDO instrumentation; Ritchie compass; Zero Effort or Gaffrig controls; tilt Dino steering wheel; trim tabs and switches; 120v shorepower; cockpit wetbar w/cooler, refrigerator; cabin table and filler cushions; 13" TV/VCR; Kenwood AM/FM/ CD stereo w/4 speakers; phone jack; reading lights; galley w/stove, sink, microwave, refrigerator; 120v water heater; head w/VacuFlush toilet, stand-up shower; CO detector; power engine hatch; automatic fire extinguisher; remote oil filters; batteries in boxes; 80-amp battery charger. ****

 

 

 

Yachting Review by Jay Coyle, October 3, 2007

Formula 370 SS

A satisfying ride that's true to pedigree in quality and performance.

By Jay Coyle October 3, 2007  0 Comments

In the 1960s, I persuaded my father to invest in a Formula 233 based on advertisements in Yachting heralding the boat's successful race campaign. Racer Don Aronow had commissioned marine engineer Jim Wynne to design the boat, which proved so successful Aronow launched Formula Marine. The boatbuilder was later sold to Thunderbird, and since 1976, the nameplate has prospered in the capable hands of Vic Porter and his family.

With this in mind, I headed for Miami to inspect Thunderbird Products' new Formula 370 SS (Super Sport). Her design reflects the same blend of performance, style and comfort that launched the mark. John Adams, a veteran of 30 years of Formula design, has positioned the Super Sport line-which includes five models from 26 feet to 40 feet-between the company's high-performance and cruiser products.

The low, sweeping reverse sheer and forward curving arch on the 370 SS are melded cleanly into a shapely reverse transom complemented by sculpted air intakes and a raked windscreen. The 370 SS has none of the bulkiness of a dedicated cruiser design, yet her comfortable exterior and interior arrangement make her far more versatile than a high-performance ride.

Her cockpit has U-shape seating for six with a table that can be lowered to create a sunpad area. The table also can be removed and stashed in a dedicated stowage area. A wet bar has a refrigerator, cooler storage and a trash receptacle. A transom gate leads aft to an integral swim platform and a transom stowage compartment for lines and fenders. A swim ladder is hidden in the platform, and a telephone-style shower delivers hot and cold fresh water.

The helm station is ergonomically correct with an adjustable wheel and seat. The helm seat also converts to a bolster-style perch, which I found more comfortable at speed.

The dash has a sensible, easy-to-view instrument layout and room for built-in electronics. A circuit breaker panel is beneath the dash; it's a bit out of the way, but it's also out of the spray. High-performance Gaffrig engine controls (Kiekhaefer controls are standard with MerCruiser power) have integral drive trim control. Rocker-style controls for the Bennett Marine trim tabs are on the dash.

The helm has companion seating, and an adjacent settee can serve as a sun lounge. As I have come to expect with Formula, exterior upholstery work is first-class and Dri-Fast polyurethane foam eliminates soggy seats.

A handrail and integral step lead through a folding windscreen section, and nonslip surfaces and a low stainless-steel bow rail provide a secure path forward. Our test boat was fitted with the optional anchoring system, which I recommend. A Bruce anchor is mounted on a roller, and an electric anchor windlass and 150 feet of chain are out of sight, beneath a hatch.

Belowdecks accommodations are surprisingly spacious, considering the performance-boat breeding. A Corian-trimmed galley has a cooktop, microwave and sink. A dual-voltage refrigerator/freezer is several steps away. A fully enclosed head with an integral shower area has an easy-to-clean molded fiberglass finish trimmed in Corian.

Curved seating and a table forward can be used for dining or may be converted to a playpen-style berth. An entertainment center is fitted with a 13-inch TV/VCR and a stereo system. A queen-size mid-berth extends aft beneath the cockpit. Access requires a bit of crawling, but it's worth it. Six fixed portlights and four hatches provide excellent natural lighting and ventilation, although I would like to see at least one larger hatch to allow foredeck access-an important feature in an emergency.

Interior fit and finish are excellent, reminiscent of a corporate aircraft approach to design. Thunderbird offers four coordinated exterior accent and interior décor options.

The 370 SS shares many features with Formula's high-performance products. Her hull form includes multiple transverse steps, longitudinal strakes, a keel pad and a deadrise of 21 degrees at the transom. Formula refers to its creation as FAS3Tech and suggests that in its design, the balance of each feature is optimized. This seems a fair claim based on my sea trial experience. Transverse steps are intended to provide lift with less drag by ventilating the planing surface. The trick is placing the steps in the correct location for a given center of gravity. This boat rises quickly to a plane and trims nicely at speed.

The design began life on a computer and was developed using sophisticated 3D modeling software. Full-scale mockups of the boat's interior and exterior were hand-built to confirm her concept before plugs were made for her female tooling. In production, numerically controlled routers cut various structural and finish components to accuracy within one-thousandth of an inch.

Her hull laminate is composed of stitched multi-directional fiberglass reinforcements. A modified epoxy resin is used in the first two layers of the hull laminate to reduce the chance of osmotic blistering. Closed-cell foam stiffens the topsides, decks and superstructure. Her bottom is stiffened internally with a fiberglass-encapsulated foam structural grid that is pre-molded and chemically bonded to the hull. The gelcoat exterior finish is exceptional, and the boot stripe and accent stripes are painted with Imron.

Machinery space is accessible through a small service/inspection hatch or, at the push of a button, through the raised after end of the cockpit. Aluminum tanks outboard of the engines carry 238 gallons of fuel, and Thunderbird's data suggests a range of about 265 nautical miles at 4000 rpm.

Significant options include a 7.3kW Kohler generator, a ground tackle system, air conditioning and a closed cooling system.

Contact: Thunderbird Products, (219) 724-9111; fax (219) 724-1103; www.formulaboats.com.

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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