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Old 02-19-2021, 02:37 PM
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A brief departure from the speedonthewater.com norm, but a worthy one. https://www.speedonthewater.com/sea-...utboard-model/
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Old 02-19-2021, 09:21 PM
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Pretty neat boat. I was a big fan of the Sea Ray Venture model with the integrated outboards that remained hidden. Great use of engine bay and decent speed. This one is like a budget model of the Formala 380SSC.
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I didn't expect to like what I was about to click on there.

The boat looks great. And I personally really like the thought of outboards on a cruiser that one might keep in the water. You can tilt them up and flush them completely, and they will stay relatively salt unaffected; until the next time you take it out for the weekend.
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I didn't expect to like what I was about to click on there.

The boat looks great. And I personally really like the thought of outboards on a cruiser that one might keep in the water. You can tilt them up and flush them completely, and they will stay relatively salt unaffected; until the next time you take it out for the weekend.
I am really relieved you said that because the boat is outside what we usually cover. But when I saw the renderings for the 370, followed by the images, I was intrigued. (And OK, it helps that the images are excellent.) I also thought it was cool that Sea Ray's designers collaborated with Designworks of BMW. It shows in the finished product—my take, anyway.
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Great looking boat...we all appreciate interesting boat news.
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I liked how the venture had the OB covered up and the central walkway. I realize with trips that’s not an option. Hopefully it sells better for them than the venture, seems like it really never caught on. Maybe it was too early.....
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Road and drove one in Newport Beach this last weekend! Awesome boat! We have 3 on order so far! It's great with the open bow and all the room and even has cockpit air conditioning! We are a dealer in Arizona. You can see more information at Octanemarine.com.







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Awesome!
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