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.




  • 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