The 370 Outrage weighs 17,745 pounds dry, so that helps explain the excellent rough-water handling abilities. Mass, combined with a well-designed hull, creates an excellent ride. But there's much more to the 370 than size and a deep-V hull. Whaler's usual high level of precision engineering has created a boat that does many things well, from clever and well executed storage spaces to a sleek and stylish design that looks great on the water. Features include a well-designed cockpit with plenty of room. The transom bulkhead contains a gate to starboard for accessing the engine platform, with a 24-gallon livewell in the bulkhead to port. A passenger seat flips out of the bulkhead, and a stainless steel dive ladder attaches to the underside of the seat, where it's out of the way when not in use. The ladder drops into stainless slots in the deck under a port-side dive door, a large gate that's actually a part of the hull side.