- SEA RAY
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- United States
- 37' 0" (11.28m)
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-BRAND NEW MANIFOLDS AND RISERS!!!
This vessel features Twin MerCruiser 7.4-liter 310-HP Gas Engines with only 1200 original engine hours and a Westerbeke genset. Notable features include but are not limited to the following: Air-Conditioning & Heat (2-Zones), Cellular-Based Alarm System, Owner’s suite with queen bed, and 2 full-size hanging lockers both port and starboard, Vacuflush head with vanity and sink and separate shower, Central Vacuum System, Midberth seating area with conversion to full-size bed with privacy curtain and hanging locker. The galley features a3-burner stove, refrigerator, and freezer and plenty of storage. Windlass Anchor, a large cockpit that can seat a crowd with a wet bar with sink, Raymarine Chartplotter, 2 Stereo Systems w/CD-Player and CD Changer, Snap-in snap-out Cockpit Carpeting, Extended Swim Platform and much more! The current owners maintain all records and have a recent survey with many items that have been addressed within the past year. The bottom paint is just one year old.
Seller will review all reasonable offers!!!!
The PowerBoat Guide had this to say:
For years, Sea-Ray has dominated the market for mid-cabin express cruisers with their state-of-the-art styling and innovative features. The introduction in 1995 of the 370 Sundancer was yet another of the company's evolving series of Sundancer models, each a little nicer than the last, and each a little more expensive. Built on a fully-cored hull, the Sundancers interior seems unusually spacious, perhaps because the aft stateroom--with it's U-shaped settee and removable table--is wide open to the main cabin. A sliding privacy door closes off the forward stateroom by night, and the salon sofa converts to a double bed for extra guests. This is, in fact, a very well executed layout, and the built-in breakfast bar, faux granite countertops, and sculptured overhead panels are worthy of note. Topside the 370's cockpit can easily handle a crowd, and a wet bar with sink, cooler, trash bin, and cutting board were standard. Additional features include an underwater exhaust system, a distinctive two-tier swim platform, good engine access, and very secure side decks.