Formula has stood for high performance and high style since the days of the late Don Aronow. Concessions to demands for luxury, convenience items and interior volume have softened Formula's recipe. This 37 PC has had complete engine serviced and complete restoration of all scratches on the gelcoat.
Formula lists the maximum headroom in the saloon at 6 feet, 7 inches-enough for an NBA point guard-but the boat's exterior belies this dimension. The company disguised the deck's inevitable jelly bean camber with a rub rail that describes a line from the bow aft to the radar arch, where it dramatically curves downward to the molded swim platform. A break in the deck line inboard of the rub rail and a hand rail at the outboard edge of the sunpad on each side help to fool the mind into believing the boat has a lower profile than she does. Elliptical portlights right below the rub rail, along with the safety rail's forward-sweeping stanchions, create a strong suggestion of speed.
Typical of boats this size, the head is merely adequate if you consider the size of the shower stall after closing the three-panel acrylic door. It's tight, but acceptable considering the use the space will get. Taken as a whole, the head is as good as you get in a 37-foot express cruiser.