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2006 48 (ft.) Sea Ray Sundancer

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General Information

Listing# 13424

Price
$525,000.00
Location
Ft Lauderdale, FL, United States
Manufacturer
Sea Ray
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2006
Category
Cruiser
Model
Sundancer
Status
Used
Length
48 (ft.)
Fuel Type
Diesel

General Details

This 48 is a low-hour, extremely well-maintained Sea Ray with all the "right" options, such as the TNT platform, cockpit airconditioning, TracVision, bow thruster, canvas group and satellite radio. 540 HP Cummins upgrade yields 24 knots cruise. The modern Sea Ray styling features sweeping lines, a wide open cockpit, and fixed hullside windows with a Euro look. One look down below at the rich cherry interior and posh soft goods & door hardware will make you rethink what a Sea Ray is...WOW. Highly Recommended.

Additional Equipment

Dimensions

LOA: 48'

Beam: 14'8"

Displacement: 34,250

Draft: 46"

Engines

Engine(s): Cummins

Engine(s) HP: 540

Engine Model: QSC 8.3

Hours: 250

Cruising Speed: 24

Max Speed: 27

Tankage

Fuel: 400

Water: 110

Holding: 60

Vessel Walkthrough

Access from the TNT platform, through the transom door and onto the cockpit & helmdeck. A sliding door to port reveals the companionway steps leading down to the salon with gallet situated to port. A centerline pocket door leads forward to the master cabin. Adjacent to this pocket door is the ensuite head to port, and across to starboard is a largish shower stall.

Aft of the salon/galley area, to port, is a door leading to the guest accommodations: twin berth cabin to starboard, sink & vanity over to port, then just aft is the shower stall which includes a toilet.

Access to the engine room is through a hinged, dogged hatch in the cockpit area.

Salon

Five teak & holly steps w/ stainless steel bannister lead down from the helmdeck.
The cherry joinery is nicely offset by the white overheads, beige carpeting, and cream-colored sofa/hassock. As in the galley, many of the storage drawers & lockers have brushed stainless push-type locking latches.

L-shaped Ultraleather sleeper sofa

Matching hassock

High-low table

Cherry joinery

Wooden mini blinds

Three fixed windows P & S

Overhead skylight w/ privacy screen

Entertainment center in aft bulkhead lockers include Toshiba flat TV, Sirius radio, Clarion 6-CD changer, Bose speakers

"Xelogen' overhead lighting

Forward bulkhead mirror

Storage cabinetry

Carpeting w/ runner

DSS/TracVision Sat TV system

Central vacuum system outlet

Galley

Wood sole-red maple look

Norcold reefer/freezer

Kenyon 2-burner cooktop w/ stainless steel keeper

Range vent w/ lights

Faux granite countertops

Panasonic microwave oven

Grohe faucet

Deep stainless steel sink w/cover

Flush access cover for trash

Overhead lighting

Storage cabinetry

Master Stateroom

Overhead hatch with privacy screen

Pedestal berth w/ innerspring mattress

Flat panel TV

Hanging lockers

Overhead + accent lighting

Portlights w/ miniblinds

Wooden sole w/ carpeted step-up

Switchplates are brushed stainless steel Euro-types

Master Head

Simple, yet functional, there are two mirrors, an opening portlight, faux granite vanity over a cherry-faced locker underneath with towel bar and shelf w/ keeper. Toilet is a VacuFlush freshwater unit. Easy-to-clean fiberglass walls. As throughout the rest of the boat, the privacy door handle is an impressively large brushed stainless steel piece of sculpture.

Across from the toilet room is a very large fiberglass shower stall with built-in seat, opening portlight, grab bars a-plenty,and a handheld telephone shower.

Guest Stateroom

Accessed through a solid door aft of the galley & main electrical panel is the guest area. One passes through the vanity w/ sink room and, turning left, enters the curtained-off twin berth cabin featuring a hanging locker and an opening portlight behind wooden miniblinds. The Splendide washer/dryer combo hides behind a door by the entrance. Aft of the vanity area, behind a curtain, is the shower stall where the VacuFlush toilet is also located.

Helm Station

There are twin helm seats, well bolstered, mounted on a module that normally faces the helm, but can be unpinned to swivel so that (when the boat is at rest) they face the portside lounge seat and thus allow the captain & mate to join the party. Teak sole in this area. The fiberglass factory hardtop has four opening ports for light and ventilation. The cockpit air conditioning option blows cold air from the instrument panel, as well as from a register aft of the helm seats.

Ray VHF

Ray Autopilot

Vetus 24VDC bow thruster

ACR searchlight

Ray E120 GPS/Plotter

Sea Ray Systems monitor

Cummins monitor

Sea Ray Navigator

Clarion AM/FM/CD

Access hatch to wiring under helm module

Smartcraft: fuel flow, water depth, alarms, hours

Morse (cable) clutches & throttles

Engine synchronizer

Air horn

Compass

Power hydraulic steering

Deck

The stainless steel cleats are all through-bolted, the bowrail is welded S/S, and there are plenty of S/S handholds where needed. The transom storage compartment also houses the freshwater dockside inlet, freshwater washdown spigot, and the Cablemaster inlet. The cockpit has a wetbar with icemaker.

Windlass

Anchor & rode

Anchor freshwater washdown

2 X 200 gal. fuel tanks (outb'd. of engines)

Aluminum windshield frame with electric front vent

Aft canvas curtain

Chocks on TNT fit a Zodiac 11'6" jet

Electrical System

11.5 KW Onan genset w/ hushbox

Interior lighting is 12VDC and 24VDC (from 120VAC)

8D batteries + parallel switch

240VAC/50A shorecord on Glendinning reel

Isolation transformer for safety

Bonding system

Battery charger

Battery switches

AC main distribution panel

DC main distribution panel

Mechanical Systems

EZ access to the engine room via a large hinged hatch in the cockpit area and down a removable ladder. Crouching headroom. Genset in soundshield is aft, as is the electro-hydraulics for the TNT. Bulkhead-mounted 900 Racors for the mains, plus a 500 for the genset. Good access to the proper-sized Groco raw water strainers, through-hull valves, and bilge pumps. Bilges are gel coated. Battery box is well positioned for change-outs. Buss bar is in view. Each engine has a pair of mechanical gauges: water temp & oil pressure. Dripless shaft seals. These are vee drive engines. Freshwater washdown spigot in engine room.

Cockpit A/C--24,000 BTU

Salon A/C--16,000 BTU

Master cabin A/C-- 7,000 BTU

Patented underwater exhaust for quiet running

Bilge blowers

Fire suppression system

Oil change system

Lighting