The 378 Super Express... Truly extraordinary
The 378SE is fully ensconced in yacht-like features throughout, giving you the flexibility to become one with the water and cruise to distant destinations. Featuring a 37 ft length over all and maximum power of twin 520HP engines, you certainly won't sacrifice performance and power for space and amenities.
Above deck you'll find a vast, wide open layout with a large cockpit and bow seating areas, as well as L-lounge with sun-island seating making short or extended cruises just short of a fantasy. Below deck, a luxuriously appointed cabin awaits you with generous accommodations, making overnight entertaining and relaxation everything you could ever desire.
Award Winning Design The future of design is now Stepping aboard a Monterey means stepping into the future, as each award-winning design continually sets the standard for a luxury performance craft. Every aspect of our models is a testament to our company's commitment to perfection and to you, our customer. We continue to provide you with exceptional products that are living, breathing extensions of your waterborne recreational lifestyle and the best boats in the industry.
When we pressed the throttles forward, our tester's twin 430 hp MerCruiser engines snapped the 378 SE on plane in 4.7 seconds and powered it to 30 mph in 9.5 seconds. If you're not impressed, note that this boat weighs 9 tons a hefty weight that knocked down seas with a nonchalant shrug. Electronic throttles are smooth, as is the power steering. With both in hand, the 378 SE responded like a sports sedan, carrying itself through sharp turns without dumping speed. The 378 SE topped out at 50 mph and did so in waters rough enough to loosen teeth, yet we never heard her creak or groan and never heard a cabinet door, hatch or hinge utter a whimper of protest.
LOA: 37'0" | Beam: 12" | Draft (max): 2'7" | Displacement (approx.): 18,109 lb. | Transom Deadrise: 21 degrees | Bridge Clearance: 9'8" | Fuel Capacity: 200 gal. | Max Horsepower: 860 | Available Power: Dual MerCruiser or Volvo Penta sterndrive engines to 430 hp (each) |