The 370Z represents the next level of thinking for design when it comes to fishing boats in excess of 36 feet. More is possible. And the 370Z leads the way. Masterful engineering has resulted in a light cored hull featuring twin steps for maximum speed and efficiency, plus 20% more deck space and storage capacity than any boat in its class. If multi-day trips to distant destinations are in your future, the 370Z should be on your list.
SeaVee’s new twin stepped, cross-ventilated hull with patented SpeedRail® Technology features multiple lifting bodies with unique geometry for a fixed trim angle throughout a wide range of speeds. That means you always have a clear view of the horizon, maximum fuel efficiency, more speed and safe predicable handling when making hard turns.
The 370Z makes the most of this hull design. Capable of planing at only 16 mph the 370Z can comfortably cruise through the roughest seas and glide across tightly spaced waves at high speed. Turns are sharp, crisp and stable. And reverse chines redirect spray downwards for a dry ride. Experience the 370Z for yourself. Inquire about a sea trial today.
When you’re building a SeaVee, the brand of motors you choose to hang is up to you. The 370Z is offered with twin Yamaha 350hp V8 outboards, however triple engines between 250hp – 350hp are recommended for optimal performance. With twins, expect a top speed somewhere between 45 – 50 mph depending on boat layout and load. When upgrading to triples, expect a top speed between 55 – 65 mph depending on engine configuration, boat layout and load.
The 370Z is designed to provide maximum cockpit space and storage capacity for gear, bait and ice. The extraordinarily large rear fishing cockpit is covered with an abundance of in-deck storage lockers, fish boxes and optional bait wells. The 370Z can carry up to 42 fishing rods neatly tucked away under the deck, on the sides of the console, in the t-top and on the back of the leaning post.
Two 40 gallon bait wells are molded into the sides of the transom with an optional 65 gallon well available in the floor. A fourth well can be added in the front cockpit sole for maximum capacity. A fiberglass cooler slides out from below the tackle station leaning post on stainless tracks to create a rear-facing seat to make keeping an eye on the spread more comfortable.
Additional fishing features include a variety of towers and upper stations choices to help the captain spot fish at a distance. A Coffin box for the front cockpit as well as electric reel outlets and a variety of outrigger configurations complete the package.
Towers allow the captain to spot fish at a distance. SeaVee offers a wide variety of choices.
This top of the line leaning post offers abundant tackle storage and a sliding fiberglass cooler.
The 370Z is beamy enough to accommodate the 390 console. That means lots of space for electronics and maximum storage capacity. Mount two 16″ navigation units side by side with space between them for a VHF and a head unit, or choose 19″ displays for a glass bridge look. A splash cover protects vital electronics. And an array of switches that controls onboard accessories is within easy reach.
The console door is located on the front, allowing the sides of the console to be used for out-of-the-way rod storage. The interior houses battery switches, a breaker panel, a sink, access to electronics and batteries, and it can be outfitted with an optional marine head.
The 370Z is designed for long range trips with a large crew and can be customized to fit your exact needs. Fishing enthusiasts can choose from a variety of towers, live wells and rod holder configurations. Families seeking extra comfort may find the integrated forward fold-down seats along with toilet and shower facilities appealing. If you are interested in a sun pad or molded-in seating configurations, take a look at the options available with the Luxury Editing (LE).