CR 370

The CR 370 continues the design line that started with the CR 470, which means modern lines that gives excellent performance combined with very good stability. Eventhough the CR 370 is the smallest boat in the CR range it still comes with many different options. There are for example 3 different keels, 4 rigs to choose from, you can be sure that you can get a configuration that suits you. A 19/20 partial conventional rig combined with a moderate 1,75 m draft is standard, furlin rig or 7/8 partial carbon rig are some of the options.
There are several different layputs to choose from with 2 or 3 cabins. The are also different styles to choose from, classic or modern, mahogany or American white oak. Whichever you choose you will find a beautifully hand crafted interior with alot of storage. CR 370 is designed by Stephen Jones, who also has designed our CR 470 and 480 DS. SSPA in Gothenburg will also participate in thedevelopment, to ensure that the CR 370 will be amongst the best in her class.

Loa: 11,10 m | Lwl: 9,75 m | Beam: 3,63 m | Draft: 1,75 m | Displ.: 6450 kg | Keel: 2750 kg

Lenght
Length overall 11, 10 m
Length waterline 9, 75 m
Beam 3, 63 m
Draught 1, 72 m
Weight
Displacement 6400 kg
Bolted lead keel 2750 kg
Mast
Mast height above waterline 18, 5/17, 6 m
Tanks
All tanks are manufactured in acid resistant stainless steel
Fuel tank 140 L
Water tank 260 L
Septic tank 60 L

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Certification
The boats are built according to the CE norm and are certified by IMCI. 

Hull and deck
Hand laminated sandwich construction made with Isopolyester.
The hull color is white, NGA Gelcoat, with inserted dark blue stripes
Core material is Divinycell
The hull is treated with epoxy primer and two times with antifouling paint

Engine
Yanmar 3YM30 3-cylinder freshwater cooled diesel 29 HP, saildrive and 2-blade folding propeller

The engine room is well isolated with 30 mm sound isolation.
The hot warm water circuit goes through the 40 l warm water boiler.
A Large filter for the Seawater
Fuel filter with water and dirt separator

Sails
Mainsail in Pentex quality 41 m2
Jib in Pentex quality 34 m2
Gennacker (option) 95

Rig
Seldén mast, keel stepped, fractional 19/20 with 2 pair of swept spreaders
Standing rig in Stainless steel wire
Seldén rodkick
Stainless steel chain plates, bolted to transverse bulkhead
Internal main and genoa halyards in dyneema
Headsail on Seldén Furlex system, furling line lead to the cockpit
Mast equipment includes: deck light, Steaming light, tri colour and anchor light (LED), windex and flag lines

Winches
2 x Genoa winches in stainless steel, Andersen 46 ST
2 x Halyard winches in Stainless steel Andersen 28 ST

Sails and engine
All sails are made in high quality Pentex Cruising laminate, Lundh Sails
Mainsail in Pentex with fully batten and lazy Jacks
Jib with UV protection

Mooring equipment
4 x Stainless steel mooring cleats, through bolted
2 x Stainless steel spring cleats, through bolted
4 x mooring lines
4 x fenders
Mooring cleats in stem, stern and spring cleats amidships

Anchor system
Anchor with line

Rig
Seldén rig
Keel stepped mast with fractional 19/20 rig with two pairs of swept spreaders
Standing rigging of stainless steel wire
Manual controlled backstay adjuster
Seldén rodkick
Stainless steel chain plates, bolted to transverse bulkhead, laminated to both sides of hull
Internal main and genoa halyards of dyneema
Headsail on Seldén Furlex system, furling line lead to the cockpit through blocks and a clutch for reefing
Mast equipment includes, deck light, steaming light, tri-color and anchor light, windex and flag halyards

Interior
The interior is mainly made of Khaya mahogany, varnished to a satin finish
Floorboards of teak with holly inlays
Corian in heads , manual toilet, Jabsco
72l top loading fridge, Isotherm
Heater Eberspächer outlet in saloon, aft cabin, forward cabin and heads
Interior lights in LED for low power consumption
3 fire extinguishers

Galley
Corian worktop in galley and a 75 l fridge, which is air cooled, Isotherm
2 or 3 burner stove with oven, Eno gasconge
Hot and cold pressurized fresh water system

Electrical system
At the navigation station, there is a switch panel with 12V circuit breakers, 1x water tank monitor, 1x fuel monitor and 1x dc monitor
The domestic system voltage is 12V, including 2 AGM batteries 12V/100Ah
One separate AGM battery for engine start 12V/75Ah
The 12V Electric Power is supplied by the engines alternator or the battery charger, Shorepower system including 4 outlets
There are 3 separate 12V main switches, one for domestic, one for engine start and one for power equipment.
1 x ground plate
1 x Electric bilge pump
1 x water boiler 40L Isotherm, heated by 230V and engine cooling fluid

Electronics

2 x Raymarine I70s with speed, depth and wind transducers