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2000 34 (ft.) Sea Ray 340 SUNDANCER

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General Information

Listing# 133740

Price
$89,000.00
Location
St. Clair Shores, MI, United States
Manufacturer
Sea Ray
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2000
Category
Cruisers
Designer
Sea Ray
Model
340 SUNDANCER
Status
Used
Length
34 (ft.)
Beam
137
LOA
408
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
unleaded
Engine Model
7.4L (454)
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Other
Engine Hours
540

General Details

You can own this vessel for as little as $747 per month. Visit the POP Yachts website for more information.

2000 Sea Ray 340 Sundancer

One of Sea Ray's most popular models. Nice size and styling.

Immaculate, FRESH WATER Family Cruiser.

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.

The 340 Sundancer measures 36 feet, 2.5 inches in overall length, including the standard swim platform. It has a beam of 11 feet, five inches. That's more than enough room to hold all of the boating fun that most of us want.

Inside that space are accommodations for everything this side of long-range cruising. From the exceptionally spacious cockpit to the open layout of the cabin area, you and your crew will have plenty of room to stretch out and relax.

Above and Beyond
For starters, the captain will appreciate the comfortable swivel bucket seat at the helm. The front edge flips up to convert the seat into a leaning bolster for stand-up driving.

To port of the helm is a wide bench that will hold two co-pilots. There's full instrumentation and lots of space for electronics, including the standard Raytheon VHF radio and Lowrance digital depth finder.

All of this is surrounded by a high, wrap-around windshield with a power operated vent, and topped with a Sunbrella Bimini that extends fore and aft from the electronics arch.

The aft cockpit will seat six people around a table, if you like, or you can drop the table supports and you've got one huge platform for catching some rays. The table can be taken out and stowed under the aft bench, turning the seating into a pair of sunpads. The aft bench can be removed to open the transom area and do a little fishing.

To keep everyone refreshed, there's a wet bar that includes a cooler and ice-maker, standard. You can opt for a refrigerator here in place of the ice-maker.

Taking to the water is easy from the extended swim platform with its built-in, hideaway boarding ladder. The platform has room to stow a water toy and conveniently spaced tie-downs to hold it in place. There's a shower with hot and cold water for rinsing off when you're through.

A large storage locker swallows everything from fenders and lines to gear and gadgets with ease. All of these are standard items.

At the opposite end, our test boat was equipped with an optional windlass and remote controlled spotlight at the bow.

The World Below
Going below on the 340 Sundancer is like entering a private world of luxury and comfort. The deep-pile carpeting, rich gloss of the wood trim and soft tones of the fabrics and upholstery create a warmth that's probably one of the main reasons why Sea Ray boats are so appealing. It's a nice place to be.

Fit and finish of the cabinetry is superb. Overhead hatches and portlights along the sides let in daylight, if you like, but can be closed off for privacy as well as to minimize heat entry.

It was a hot day when we tested the 340 Sundancer, and the cool welcome of the air conditioning was quite a relief. A 12,000 Btu unit is available as an option, along with a generator to power it while under way.

The cabin layout of the 340 Sundancer is an open plan. There are no bulkheads to reduce the roomy feel. The three living areas can be separated for privacy by curtains, however.

Forward is the master berth; in the middle, the galley and dining area; aft, a space that can be used both for seating and sleeping. The seating/dining area converts to a berth, allowing the 340 to sleep up to six people.

The galley is situated along the port side of the main saloon. It includes all the comforts of home for food preparation -- a dual voltage refrigerator, a microwave oven, a two-burner electric stove and a deep-basin sink. There's an abundance of storage cabinets and drawers in the galley and some other nice touches such as the covered trash can built into the countertop, and a host of inserts that hold dishes, glassware and cutlery in place.

A TV/VCR combo sits in an entertainment center at the forward end of the galley cabinetry, positioned for viewing from the seating on the opposite side of the cabin. It also holds a Clarion AM/FM stereo receiver with a six CD changer. Both electronic pieces are standard equipment.

Just abaft the galley is a stand-up head, with six feet of height, that's fully fiberglass lined for ease of cleaning. A VacuFlush toilet is standard.

The forward stateroom has a pedestal queen-size berth. A pair of hanging lockers with mirrored doors flanks it and there is another pair of storage compartments underneath. One opens from the foot; the other is accessible by lifting the mattress.

Cross ventilation in the forward part of the boat is excellent. There are two portlights to starboard, one to port and an overhead hatch. All are screened and shaded.

The aft cabin is a comfortable seating area located under the cockpit. With the addition of a filler cushion, it turns into a king-size berth. There's ample sit-down headroom in the space, and ventilation from an opening portlight on either side. The focal point is a wood cabinet forward and to starboard that is ready for TV, power and phone connections.

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Stock #13016

Specifications

Condition
Pride is the word here. Owner has maintained this vessel and it shows. Exterior shines, interior is in excellent condition and the engine compartment is CLEAN! Don't let this one go, great 340.... This boat is stored in indoor heated storage and can be viewed anytime with appointment!!!!