When comparing boats, you have to consider the 370 Day Cruiser's decor. Like the layout, it's beyond the norm both in styling and in the cost of materials used. Sure, the buckskin Ultrasuede upholstery might be found aboard any number of cruisers, as would the faux-stone counters. But other features are obviously above par. That compass rose in the forward table is marquetry, not a decal beneath varnish; the electric pedestal is a large-diameter cylinder of wood, and its edge band is solid wood strip carved to look like three-strand rope. A compass rose suspended from the headliner, carved-rope crown molding above the hull windows, and rounded hullside pilasters continue the motif. Accents include a gloss wood frame for the overhead deck hatch and brass swing-arm sconces with small white shades mounted on the bulkheads. Burled-wood paneling glows, the cherry and holly sole is unique and inviting, and the vessel sink in the head is sure to evoke praise. This cabin could be your new favorite seaside watering hole-without a moldy fishing net mucking up the ambience. Add in the standard 32" flat-screen TV, the wine cooler, and the lighted glassware cabinet, plus mechanical niceties like Nibral props and digital engine controls, and you can see where the money is.