2002 - RIVIERA M370 SPORTS CRUISER

Riviera’s first sports cruiser, the M430, was quickly followed by the launch of the M370.

It closely followed the layout and amenity of the M430, offering two cabins, a fully enclosed bathroom with separate shower stall, an airy saloon with dinette and well-equipped galley and an entertainer’s deck with forward helm on the starboard side and wrap-around lounge behind.

Trade-A-Boat magazine featured the M370 on a front cover and described her as “extremely well-constructed and well-designed”. The reviewer stated that she offered an “extensive list of standard inclusions – including air conditioning throughout the interior, six-stacker CD player and a TV that neatly swivelled between the master stateroom forward and the saloon area”.

Standard power for the Riviera M370 was from a pair of MerCruiser turbo-charged petrol engines rated to 300 hp each linked to sterndrives.

The M370 remained in production for just four years during which 134 were built and sold.

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SPECIFICATIONS

  • Length Overall (inc. swim platform and bow sprit)

    12.32 m

    40' 5''

  • Hull Length (Lh to ISO8666) *

    11.28 m

    37' 0''

  • Beam (inc. gunwale)

    3.98 m

    13' 1''

  • Maximum Draft (inc. props)

    1.07 m

    3' 6''

  • Dry Weight (approx.) **

    7,500 kg

    16,535 lb

  • Fuel Capacity ***

    875 L

    231 gal

  • Water Capacity ***

    450 L

    119 gal

  • Sleeping Capacity

    4-6 persons

  • Standard Engine MerCruiser 2x

    224 kW ea

    300 hp ea