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A Gas powered Sea Ray 380 Sundancer. There are approximately 1,000 hours on the boat. The engines were totally rebuilt at about the 750 hour point, so they have about 250 hours on the rebuilts.
There are ALL new gauges at the helm. New batteries last year.
The Radar Arch is Hydraulically operated to fold down.
The top-selling big express of her day, the 380 Sundancer took
Sea Ray market dominance to the next level following her
introduction in 1999. This was an era when glamorous European
sport yachts—with their sleek styling and high-performance
hulls—were having a significant impact on the domestic boating
scene. Among the U.S. models that rose to meet this challenge
was the 380 Sundancer. With more beam than her European
counterparts and considerably more freeboard, none of the
imports could match the 380’s huge interior with its spacious
salon, home-sized galley (note full-size refrigerator), and generous
headroom. A pocket door separates the forward stateroom from
the salon while a curtain provides privacy for the mid-cabin area.
The earth-tone decor—cutting-edge in its day—is a mix of cherry
cabinets, leather upholstery, and premium appliances. Topside, the
cockpit is dominated by a big U-shaped lounge aft of the helm.
The double companion seat is a nice touch on a boat this size. The
bottom is balsa cored; Sea Ray had issues with some cored hulls
from 1995 to 2002. Most were sold with gas engines. MerCruiser
370hp V-drive inboards cruise at 18 knots (mid 20s top).