Here are some of the first images of the Cabrio 370 Day Cruiser from Larson Boats.
The Cabrio 370 Day Cruiser is based on the 36-foot 11-inch, inboard-powered Cabrio 370 Mid-Cabin cruiser. The Cabrio 370 Day Cruiser retains that model’s 13-foot beam and its general layout topsides. The cabin, however, has been completely redesigned and redecorated.
The literal centerpiece of the cabin is a dinette featuring a 43-inch diameter circular table surrounded by seating for eight. The hand-crafted wooden table top has an inlay pattern inspired by a compass rose. The edge is trimmed with wood carved in a nautical rope pattern. The artistic design of the table is replicated in a smaller accent piece attached to the cabin ceiling.
Electronic entertainment is provided by a 32-inch flat-screen television monitor mounted in the forepeak of the cabin with a DVD player. A Clarion Marine stereo system with six-CD changer and Sirius satellite radio reception drives eight speakers and a 10-inch subwoofer through a 400-watt amplifier.
The cockpit of the Cabrio 370 Day Cruiser is divided into two curved seating sections, separated by a molded wet bar to port with a covered sink and icemaker. The lower seating section wraps around the transom, and covers a large, carry-on cooler and stowage.
The entertainment console to port incorporates a wet bar, blender and refrigerator. An extended transom platform is also standard equipment, to provide easy boarding access.
The Cabrio 370 Day Cruiser features a standard radar arch with spreader lights, but the boat can also be ordered with an optional powder coated aluminum hardtop with enclosure and cockpit cooling with reverse heat plus an icemaker.
A deep-vee hull with 22 degrees of deadrise at the transom delivers a smooth ride in most water conditions and precise tracking and handling. The standard electronics package includes an 8.4-inch color display, GPS, radar and VHF transceiver. Autopilot is an option.
Power options include twin MerCruiser or Volvo Penta inboard gasoline engines up to a combined 840 horsepower, plus twin 370-hp Volvo Penta D6 diesel inboards.
Source: Larson Boats