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Monterey Boats set to debut 37-foot bowrider at FLIBS

Monterey said the 385SE is powered by three outboards that provide a maximum of 1,050 hp.

Monterey said the 385SE is powered by three outboards that provide a maximum of 1,050 hp.

Monterey Boats said its new 385SE will have its world premiere at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which opens Wednesday and will continue through Sunday.

Monterey said the 37-foot boat, powered by three outboards offering a maximum of 1,050 hp, is one of the largest bowriders on the water and has top speeds in excess of 60 mph.

The builder said the boat has an open layout with a large cockpit and bow seating areas, as well as an L-lounge with sun-island seating. Below deck is a luxuriously appointed cabin.

Visitors at the show also will be able to experience other models from the builder’s Sport Yacht, Super Sport and M-Series lineups.

Monterey’s booth will be at Bahia Mar H Dock, slips 827-833.



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