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  5. Sea Ray 310 Sundancer

    Miami, Florida, United States
    2007
    $99,125

    This is a well maintained ready to cruise and enjoy Sea Ray 310 Sundancer.  She has inboard engines that require a lot less maintenance than a stern drive model.  This 31 Sundancer is powered with twin Mercruiser 5.7L 350 MAG MPI engines putting out 300 HP each.  These engines are an $8,000 upgrade from the standard 260 HP engines.  In addition to being well optioned with AC and generator and much more the seller has made a ton of upgrades.  Electronics feature a Garmin GPS Chart Plotter 5208 and there is a Garmin VHF with AIS.  Seller has kept a comprehensive maintenance log.  Recent service and upgrades are:  Engine Oil, filters, V belts serviced - 3/25/2019 Kohler generator serviced - 3/25/2019.Bottom painted w/ Petit Trinidad 75 Blue and Propspeed - 3/25/2019New Auto Fire Extinguisher System 3/25/2019New Cockpit Courtesy Lights - Blue LED - 3/25/2019New SeaBlazeX2 Spectrum RGBW UW Lights - 3/25/2019New Cutlass Bearings - 3/25/2019New Batteries - 3/25/2019   This 310 Sundancer has 724 hours on the engines and  695 hours on the generator.  With her upgraded electronics, grills, underwater lights and fold out transom seat she is ready to enjoy now!  Don't Let the model name of this boat fool you.  It was renamed as the 330 Sundancer in 2010.  It is 33' 4" overall with the integral swim platform.         The epitome of elegance, luxury and grace, this magnificent cruiser is the ultimate reward for a lifetime of excellence. Upscale features include state-of-the-art navigational technology, an open airy cabin with extra-large windows, and an amazing amount of storage space.    This Boat is not located at MarineMax.  Shown by appointment only.

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    Seller MarineMax Pompano
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  6. Sea Ray 300 Sundancer

    Panama City, Florida, United States
    2005
    $72,560

    The owner has taken a job inland and this boat must go.  Helm and Deck: NEW Electronic switching system. The switching system used on these boats is prone to failure at this age, and has been discontinued. The replacement system costs upwards of $5,000. This important upgrade has already been done. See pictures of the new switch panels on the dash and below the battery switches.  Mercruiser Smartcraft engine information system provides data like range and drive trim. Raymarine VHF Radio. Dash mounted stereo remote. Garmin GPS. Power and tilt steering. Trim Tabs. 10" through-bolted cleats. Windlass. Bow sunpad. Remote control spotlight. Cabin: Beautiful interior with generator and air conditioning for pleasant days, over-nights, or extended trips. A convenient and comfortable dedicated berth forward, so you don't have to convert the dinette to get ready for breakfast, or bed.  Solid wood dinette table. Full Galley with sink, 120 volt stove, dual volt fridge, and microwave. Head has Vacuflush toilet with holding tank and both dockside and overboard pump-out.  Easy entry to the aft double berth. Stereo with 6 disk changer. Flat screen TV with DVD player. Cockpit: Wet bar with fridge Removable table with dedicated storage Freshwater shower Large swim platform with trunk storage and concealed boarding ladder. Engine Room: Optional twin 350 Magnums with 300 HP each, and Bravo III outdrives, make this boat a joy to run, and to dock. 425 hours. Large electric engine hatch for easy maintenance access. Kohler 5kw generator. 605 hours. Battery charger. 6 gallon, 120 volt water heater also uses engine heat so hot water is available without running the generator. 12,000 BTU A/C and heat. The most comfortable place to sleep in small cruising boats is the bow. One of the biggest regrets  among buyers of small cruisers is having to convert the dinette to a bed and back. Not only is it inconvenient, imagine you wake up before your spouse: Wouldn't it be nice to be able to make a cup of coffee, and have a place to sit and drink it without going topside? Small cruisers with twin engines are safer because they allow you to get home without being towed in case of an engine failure. They also handle better (especially at low speeds), and are MUCH easier to dock. This is even more true with Bravo III duo-prop drives.  These are just two of the reasons buyers of smaller cruisers say: "I wish we had bought the 300."

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    Seller MarineMax Panama City
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