2007 Sea Ray 310 Sundancer
- Stock #058095 -
Sea Ray has boldly targeted a specific boater with its latest design-people who crave inboard power. Its V-drive inboard engines and dual-lever, electronic engine controls appeal to those who think stern drives and single-lever controls are best left to small boats. Underway, these boaters want the weight-forward feel that V-drives provide. They want the superior twisting power of rudders and big props turning forward of the transom while docking. Its ingenious walkthrough windshield latch, molded gunwale spray rails, and electric engine hatch prop rod are the kinds of features that boaters want. It looks good tied to the dock with it's striking Black gel coat sides offset by white decks. Separate throttle and shift levers for each of the 300-hp MerCruiser 350 MAG MPI Horizon engines. These were mounted traditionally: The throttles were to starboard of the wheel and the shift levers to port. You get engine synchronization, rudder angle indication, and the ability to shift immediately from forward to reverse in an emergency with less fear of breaking gears. Pushbutton starting with DTS uses a touchpad. Underway, the 310 Sundancer is quiet and smokeless, thanks to its underwater exhaust. The 310 Sundancer is great at the dock - you can't beat rudders and inboard props for that. Batteries, engine intakes and strainers, and fuel senders are all easily accessible. Other often-checked service points, such as the shower sump and the air-conditioner condenser are easy to get at. Now, go on the platform and pull open the lazarette hatch. Surprise! It's a flip-out rumble seat. Stowage for shorepower cords and fenders are in two smaller hatches port and starboard. More flip-out seating is below decks, where the aft cabin settee and salon lounge both slide out to form berths. That lets you sleep six aboard without having to stow filler pieces and pedestals. I was also impressed by the hinged mattress in the master berth, which makes accessing the stowage below easy. In the galley was wood flooring, and two-burner stove recessed within the solid-surface counter. Two fixed skylights, in addition to the opening hull ports and deck hatch with sky screen, provide light and ventilation below. Topside, you access the bow via steps molded into the companionway slider. There are no side decks, accounting for the roominess below decks. Standard windshield wipers, and the windlass, cleat, and chain stop all under a hatch for a clean installation.
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