340 Sea Ray Sundancer – Seamagazine.com
Of the nearly 50 boats of all sizes that Sea Ray makes, the 340 Sundancer is one of the most popular by far — and there’s good reason for it. The boat has practically everything a boater could want in terms of size, accessories and performance. What’s more, it’s just a good looking boat, inside and out. Ballast Point Yachts sells used yachts like the 340 at discounted prices to fit in your budget.
350 Sea Ray with Joystick Control – Boatpoint.com.au
Andrew Chapman, whose family are the biggest marina developers in South Australia and who is the dealer principal for Sea Ray, told BoatPoint the new Sea Ray 350 Sundancer was the ultimate style statement. Newest sports cruiser in Adelaide features unique joystick control for ease of use…
36 Sea Ray Sedan Bridge – Boatpoint.com.au
Some of the biggest windows you’ll find on a sport yacht add to the at-home aura of the 36 Sedan Bridge. The boat also has separate zones for climate control, so one stateroom can have the air conditioning cranked while the aft door to the salon stays open to allow natural cooling. The galley is as nice as we’ve found on a boat of this size, and the aft stateroom is big enough for two twin beds.
370 Sea Ray – Seamagazine.com
O matter where you look on the Sea Ray 370 Express Cruiser, there’s something that says you’re traveling in luxurious style. From the lines of the hull to the appointments of the interior, the 370 EC is a boat that makes a statement. It does so with an elegance that has made Sea Ray one of the country’s premier boat builders.
38 Sea Ray Sun Smart – Boatpoint.com.au
The latest offering from Sea Ray, the 38 Sundancer, is said to offer luxurious accommodations, excellent engineering, and attention to detail.
390 Sea Ray Motor Yacht – Yachtingmagazine.com
During a recent vacation in South Florida I found myself immersed in a conversation with a knowledgeable yachtsman. He had recently sold a 55-foot convertible, and still owned a 35-foot express yacht and a 28-foot sportfisherman. Like anybody with the yachting bug, he was already contemplating his next purchase. What was at top on his list? Another Sea Ray.
400 Sea Ray Sundancer – Boatpoint.com.au
As I stroll the marina and this rather impressive sportscruiser fills my field of vision – all 40-feet of shining white fibreglass, glistening stainless and chrome, upholstery as deep as a Smoky Dawson chair, smart walnut dash and big engines at the ready – a reality jumps clean out of the water. And it has nothing do with performance, yet.
420 Sea Ray Aft Cabin – Boatpoint.com.au
The SeaRay 420 Aft Cabin is just the kind of cruisy craft that will provide handsome lifestyle dividends and memories to tide you through your golden years. It’s a medium for going places and bringing the family together, with appeal not just to the over-50 demographic, but also to young couples.
43 Sea Ray – American Girl – Newboats.com
When a builder introduces a 43 express that’s the first production boat to boast a revolutionary drive system and more than a few state-of-the-art creature comforts, you assume the company had experienced boaters in mind when it developed the design. After all, most buyers of any boat this size have laddered their way up from smaller cruisers. Yet Sea Ray claims its new 43 Sundancer was developed for the full spectrum of boaters, experienced and newcomers alike.
450 Sea Ray Sundancer 2010 – Boatdealers.ca
The brand new for 2010 450 Sundancer is one of five Sundancer models and three Sedan Bridges in SeaRay’s Sport Yachts series from thirty-nine to fifty-one feet. SeaRay produces a host of other models, one to suit almost any boating requirement, from seventeen to thirty foot Sport Boats, to Sport Cruisers from twenty-four to thirty-seven feet, and Yachts from fifty-two to sixty-one feet.
470 Sea Ray Sundancer – Seamagazine.com
Approaching the 470 Sundancer at the dock, I didn`t think it looked long enough to be a 47-foot boat, even though it is. That`s probably what made the belowdecks accommodations seem so much larger than I expected. The space confirmed what I`d read, not what I thought I saw.
500 Sea Ray Sundancer – Yachtingmagazine.com
She cuts tight turns gracefully, and her pair of 635 hp Cummins QSM11s accelerate quickly (25 seconds to full throttle). I recorded a top speed of 32 knots at 2330 rpm. Her rpm should be right on the money (2300) after owner’s gear is aboard.
540 SeaRay Sundancer 2011 – Boatdealers.ca
It epitomizes all that is Sea Ray and all that the Sundancer name has been for decades to this, the perennially largest pleasure boat builder in the world. And for 2011, Sea Ray offers an enormous diversity of forty different models in four series from seventeen to sixty-one feet.
585 Sea Ray Sedan Bridge – Boatpoint.com.au
Which brings us to Sea Ray’s 585 Sedan Bridge. This spiffing cruiser is more than an on-water apartment; it’s a floating second home. The big-hearted boat can take the whole clan in the one go, and there’s even room in the cockpit for the pooch.
680 Sea Ray Sun Sport – Yachtingmagazine.com
The new 680 Sun Sport is proof the investment pays off. She is the most impressive product Sea Ray has introduced, establishing a new large-yacht standard for her builder and raising the bar for others in her class.
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