|Type of Boat||Powerboat|
|Year of Manufacture||2008|
|Location||ONE15 Marina Singapore, Singapore|
|Overall Length||37 ft (11.3 m)|
|Beam||11 ft (3.4 m)|
|Draft||3 ft (0.9 m)|
|Number of Engines||2|
|Make (Manufacturer)||Mercruiser 8.2ltr V8|
|Estimated Usage||200 hours|
|Fuel Capacity||1090 L|
|Water Holding||181 L|
Quality never looked so appealing. Power never felt so strong. Innovative design never had so much appeal. Bypassing the status quo, we tried some clever design wrinkles with the amazing 370 Signature. Case in point: A unique elevated helm area, complete with an inviting dual wide driver's seat and wrap around couch, allows 360 degree visibility. We also stream lined the helm and came up with a tasty recipe for the best cockpit wet bar in this size range. At speed, the 370 is dry-riding, sure and exceptionally efficient.
Finally, unlike rivals that create a deceptively low price by short changing the standard equipment list - Chaparral includes extras like a 7.3kW generator, 16,000 BTU air conditioner / heater system, a windlass and a premium sound system in the base price.
Elegance, style and user-friendly common sense all come together in the 370's ultra-posh cabin. The spacious side-entry cabin sleeps six with an island berth that can be accessed from either side for interruption-free sleeping. Attention to detail is evident throughout the entire cabin. A comfort-minded list of standard equipment includes a 16,000 BTU air conditioner/heater, cedar lined clothes closets, central vacuum system and two premium quality DVD flat screen televisions with remotes and surround sound. A form fitting suspended vinyl cabin headliner looks clean and allows for overhead ambient lighting. Opening eye-level ports and three screened deck hatches provide excellent ventilation and natural light. Standard teak and holly flooring creates a classic nautical flare. Dual dinettes in the main and aft cabins are a plus at mealtime.