The Cruisers 3670 and 3675 are pretty much the same boat on the outside but with different mid-cabin floorplans and cockpit arrangements. The 3670 came first in 1989 followed two years later by the 3675 (renamed the 3775 in 1995). Of the two, the 3670/3775 proved the more popular with production lasted a few years longer than the original 3670. Both were built on the same modified-V hull with prop pockets and a relatively steep 17 degrees of deadrise at the transom. Below decks, the 3670 has a U-shaped dinette to port and a walkaround double berth forward. The 3675/3775, on the other hand, had two floorplans: The first (diagram not available) was a very open arrangement with no dinette and an offset berth in the forward stateroom, while the alternate layout (below) brought back a small dinette as well as a centerline double berth. Where the cockpit in the 3670 has a bench seat at the transom, the 3675/3775 has wraparound lounge seating. Both came with a stainless steel arch, a cockpit wet bar, transom door, and a wide swim platform with a hidden boarding ladder and fender racks. Among several V-drive engine options, twin 350hp gas engines cruise at 18–20 knots (nearly 30 knots top).
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