The manufacturer describes the Formula 310 Sun Sport as a combination of luxury, sport and style. One reviewer says the Formula 310 Ss “is a great boat, with a sensible layout, impressive performance, and excellent fit and finish. The 310 Sun Sport is perfect to cruise about the lake, swim and sun, but the 310 SS also includes a remarkably comfortable cabin, making it an occasional weekender.”
The Formula 310 Ss includes a very impressive array of standard equipment: National Marine Manufacturers Association Certification; pressure-treated Perma Panel structural hull matrix; foam-filled hull cavities; chemically bonded and thru-bolted deck-to-hull joint; concealed fiberglass anchor locker; offshore bow rail; stainless steel hardware and welded rails; stainless steel fuel fills with integral vent; Bomar hatches with screens; nonskid deck center walkway’ tinted, tempered curved-glass windshield with center walk-through; stainless steel transom grab rail and ski tow eye; transom mounted marine-grade stereo speakers; integrated swim platform with concealed stainless steel swim ladder; transom shower. Even the air horn is polished!
Highlights of the continuing list of appointments include: continuous molded fiberglass deck and cockpit liner; molded in-dash deck access with stainless steel handrail; dash panels with burl wood finish and brushed metallic finish; Livorsi illuminated instrumentation with domed chrome bezels; Livorsi chromed shifter/throttles with in-handle trim switches; Bennet trim tab switches and indicators; Kenwood waterproof dash-mounted full-feature stereo with four 6” marine grade speakers; courtesy lights; stainless steel safety rails; weather-resistant cockpit seating; port lounge with integrated dive tank storage; U-shaped aft lounge seating with storage; aft-facing sun lounge that converts to a full length sun pad; molded fiberglass wet bar with integrated sink, Corian countertop, 36 quart Igloo cooler, trash receptacle and stainless steel safety rail. Let’s not forget the cockpit mini-refrigerator.
The luxurious fit and finish of the cabin must be seen. It features seating for four or sleeping accommodations for two; an enclosed head with Vacuflush system; a second mini refrigerator and microwave oven; and a high end entertainment center.
Access to the engine compartment is via a motorized hatch door. The boat is powered by twin Mercruiser MX 6.2 MPI engines with less than 240 hours of use. Outdrives are trusted Bravo III’s. All service on the propulsion system is current. The manifolds and risers are three years old. Close maneuvering is aided by a Lewmar Bow Thruster with a new switch and relay.
This is a professionally maintained and captained boat that is trouble free. It is just waiting to provide the new owners unparalleled fun on the water.
This vessel is on the market as the sellers prepare to move up to a larger yacht. It is on-the-hard at a marina in Warwick, Rhode Island.