350 Hours Loaded blue hull new canvas just completed full service bottom just done Larson Cabrio 370 is a fully equipped inboard cruiser with luxurious cabin accommodations and a spacious cockpit designed for liveaboard cruising and dockside entertaining. The V-drive inboard-powered
370 offers a spacious interior and cockpit. The cockpit features two seating sections divided by a molded wet bar to port. The aft area features a wrap-around seating section to starboard, with storage below. Forward of the wet bar is a settee area facing the helm, with a lounge backrest against the console and storage below. Complete engine instrumentation is presented on a woodgrain dash panel, with room on a second panel below for mounting aftermarket electronics. A remote spotlight and VHF radio are standard. The transom features a hot/cold shower and locking dunnage box with drained liner. The standard radar arch is equipped with a spreader light. The cabin entry leads directly to a spacious galley, with cabinets trimmed in cherry wood. A polished stainless steel sink is set in a granite look counter top.
A two-burner electric stove, microwave and full-size dual-voltage refrigerator, also trimmed in cherry wood, round out this complete galley.
There is abundant storage above and below the galley work area. A curved dinette is to port, backed by cabinetry holding a 15-inch flat-screen TV and a Clarion stereo with 100-channel Sirius satellite radio receiver and a single CD player, helm remote and eight speakers in the cabin and cockpit. A bi-fold companionway separates the galley area from the master stateroom forward, featuring a full-size berth and storage including a cedar-lined hanging locker. There's a private entry from the master stateroom to the head, which features a stand-up shower, molded vanity, and a Vacuflush head.
The mid-cabin features another full-size berth and a screen port for ventilation. V-drive power include twin 8.1-liter gasoline V8 engines from Volvo Penta.