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Old 07-15-2018, 10:52 PM
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Almost every 37' from 2003 to present has a cabin liner, save for 3 that I know of.

I don't know where my notebook is that I took a TON of measurements and noted them in, but I have posted these specs in the past.
Again, it depends on how the boat is configured. Do a search on previous posts in this forum, and by my screenname, and you should see some info over the past few years.
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Old 07-15-2018, 11:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Sydwayz View Post
Almost every 37' from 2003 to present has a cabin liner, save for 3 that I know of.

I don't know where my notebook is that I took a TON of measurements and noted them in, but I have posted these specs in the past.
Again, it depends on how the boat is configured. Do a search on previous posts in this forum, and by my screenname, and you should see some info over the past few years.
Will do.

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Old 07-16-2018, 01:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Sydwayz View Post
Almost every 37' from 2003 to present has a cabin liner, save for 3 that I know of.

I don't know where my notebook is that I took a TON of measurements and noted them in, but I have posted these specs in the past.
Again, it depends on how the boat is configured. Do a search on previous posts in this forum, and by my screenname, and you should see some info over the past few years.
Measurements in here https://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/...questions.html
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Old 07-16-2018, 07:45 AM
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I loved my 37. It is a great all around boat and has one of the best cabins in the business. Given the choice, I would take a 37 AT all day over a 38 top gun. If you are in that sub $150k price range want 525's and a nice cabin, the only other boats I would even consider would be a 39 Nortech, and a 37/39 Outerlimits.

Brian, what 37 is the last one built? Really havent seen any pics of new ones since the red one rolled out of the factory.
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Hi Griff,
Your link is not working, I keep getting "page not found"

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Originally Posted by jjtoma View Post
hi griff,
your link is not working, i keep getting "page not found"

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tom,

good to see you back again.
The 33 and 37 have the exact same cockpit measurements. The cabin is a tad shorter, as is the engine room. Basically, the 33 is a 9/10s scale of the 37.

I have been out with as many as 9 people in the cockpit of a 37. That should answer your question if 5-6 are comfortable. The 6th drop in bolster is the ticket for long (poker) runs.

There are a couple of 33s already out there. Do a search on "slboatdrinks" (steve) here on oso, and his pics; as well as pics by "ocdactive". Steve owns the first 33at and is very accessible here.

525s gives you 92mph reliably with 5 years of worry free boating powertrain warranty.

I'll leave it to others to comment on the fit and finish and comparisons.

Measurements:
50" of freeboard at front of cockpit
48" of freeboard at front bolster
49" bolster height
42" of freeboard at rear seat
cockpit width is 72"
cockpit length is 81" from cabin door to front of backseat
31" between back of front bolsters and front of backseat. (bolster placement can be adjusted)
62" wide backseat

13" between the pullies and front engine room bulkhead (lots of room for maintenance)
3" between headers

underbackseat storage is 90" wide by 21" long
the cabin door is 22" x 44"
the headroom in the deepest portion of the head is 67"
the entry door into the head is 45" x 22" wide, and is about 10" from the floor.

There are 11 defined storage compartments in a standard cabin, but that can be adjusted.

The v-berth is 74" long and 69" wide at its widest point. Mean width is 40".

The port couch is 90" long, which can also be adjusted.
The starboard couch is 70" long.
When you enter the cabin, you have just shy of 66" of headroom.
When you are laying on the couches, you have 38" of headroom.
When you are laying in the v-berth, you have 30" of headroom.


What else do you want to know? I can measure the circumference of the head seat too if you want. :d
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Thank you for your help
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