Sea Vee announced the fourth offshore center-console model in the stepped-hull Z lineup — the 370Z — at the Miami International Boat Show earlier this year. The 370Z’s hull design features multiple lifting bodies with unique geometry, which results in a fixed running-trim angle. Sea Vee also employs a four-port air-induction system that uses a central air-reservoir unit to maintain air cavities that reduce power- and speed-robbing drag.
Sea Vee says the 370Z offers good directional stability — which can be a problem for some stepped-hull boats — using an array of patented speed rails. The design creates appropriate counterforce during hard maneuvering, such as turning at high speeds.
The 370Z can be outfitted with a variety of seating options. For anglers, two large, insulated fish boxes reside forward, with an option for two additional boxes in the spacious aft cockpit. The 37-footer also features twin 40-gallon transom livewells.
An optional triple-outboard/triple-fuel-tank configuration allows anglers to isolate or couple each tank as needed using valves. All Sea Vee sales are factory direct, with each boat built to customer specifications.
LOA: 37 ft.
BEAM: 10 ft. 6 in.
WEIGHT: 9,300 lb. (dry)
DRAFT: 22 in.
TRANSOM DEADRISE: 22.5 deg.
MSRP $255,300 (w/ triple Mercury Verado 300s)