Formula Boats will introduce the Formula 430 Super Sport Crossover at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show in November. The 430 is a new concept the company hopes will change the offshore boating experience. Formula has combined its Super Sport lineup with open bow and cabin elements of the Crossover Bowrider, and then incorporated the versatility of a cockpit center console. The boat measures 43’ in length with a 12’ beam and features a 21° deep-V hull with FAS3TECH multi-step design and molded structural grid.
The 430 features nearly 40 linear feet of cockpit space on one continuous level. The 430’s SmartZone concept was built to optimize the space with a side console helm, creating separate areas for a variety of activities and boating preferences. Cabin accommodations that offer amenities typically found in closed bow vessels, including a convertible dinette/sleeping berth, aft stateroom with queen-size Sensus memory foam bed, private stand-up head compartment, full galley and AV entertainment. Cockpit features include an expansive bow, an enclosed coupe with fiberglass hardtop, full-width motorized glass sunroof and triple command seating, a U-shaped lounge aft, and many more amenities.
The side console helm offers triple command seating, and each seat bottom adjusts for options to sit, stand or rest on the upright seat. The composite dash features Raymarine twin eS128 GPS widescreen color chartplotters with upgrade to twin or triple gS165’s, Mercury DTS with SmartCraft VesselView and waterproof rocker switches arrayed in Liquid Black panels with bold, metallic accents. The 430 SSC also features digital switching with a helm-mounted Raymarine gS95 display and wireless iPad control with subscription-ready cellular remote control. Quad Mercury 300 Verado Outboard motors, with upgrade to Quad 350’s, respond to controls with electronic shift and throttle, Mercury Joystick Piloting and a leather-wrapped, polished stainless tilt steering wheel.
For more information, visit www.formulaboats.com.