- 37 (ft.)
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- Fuel Type
- Engine Model
- 7.4 L MPI MerCruiser
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- Engine Hours
1998 Sea Ray 370 Sundancer. ONLY 275 HOURS. FRESH WATER CANADIAN BOAT UNTIL Feb. 2014. Very clean, full electronics including radar, GPS, chart plotter, VHF, full camper canvas with screening in great shape. Brand new bottom paint (Feb.2014). The huge open salon on the 370 includes a leather built-in couch to starboard, movable table with matching stools. The rear cabin seating area is U-shaped with a filler when using as a bed. A curtain closes it off for privacy. To port is the galley with under-counter fridge/freezer, built-in microwave and coffee maker. The sculpted solid surface countertop gives tons of counter space plus storage above and below. Forward is the master suite with a centerline queen, seating area and two hanging lockers. The head has a large separate shower with molded seating, vacu-flush head.
Not a better bargain or a cleaner freshwater boat.
This boat shows like it's 10 years newer.
- Manufacturer Provided Description
- Unmistakably one of the Sea Ray mid-cabin cruisers, the Sea Ray 370 Sundancer brings new definition to performance and styling in a sport yacht. With the power of twin 7.4L MerCruiser V-drives and the seaworthiness of a wide beam and deep-V hull, the 370 Sundancer cuts through heavy seas with certainty and comfort. The burl instrument panel features custom Sea Ray backlit instrumentation with low-glare blue night lighting and plenty of room for charts and documents. An emergency start system backs up the primary system for additional peace of mind. Standard Raytheon electronics package includes VHF, GPS, and Raydata multifunction depth finder, speed - sumlog, and water temperature instrument. The portside refreshment center has a wet bar, sink, cooler, and icemaker. The portside bench seat has a fiberglass step for easy boarding. Integrated fender storage in the transom has a gas-assisted door for easy access. A freshwater washdown with cockpit shower and dockside water inlet provides convenient access to fresh water while on board. A Lofrans Progress I rope - chain windlass makes anchoring easy. Aluminum fuel tanks with fuel filters, anti-siphon valves and electric senders prevent corrosion and improve fuel quality, safety, and convenience. Below, the main salon features a curved banquette with cocktail - dining table, full galley, sunken conversation area, spacious forward stateroom, and fully enclosed head. Faux granite countertops and tables, tasteful upholstery, handcrafted wood trim, and deep-pile marine carpet are just some of the features in the salon. The TV-VCR combination is one of two in the cabin. There's also a Clarion AM-FM digital cassette stereo with six-disc CD changer, amplifier, subwoofer, eight speakers, and cockpit remote. The sofa converts to a double bed for extra guests. The conversation pit converts to a double stateroom with a privacy curtain and mirrored divider. A vanity with drawers provides guests a place to stow belongings. A sliding screened window admits natural light and fresh air. The forward stateroom has a full-size pedestal bed, port and starboard vanities, and hanging lockers with mirrored doors, side shelf storage and a TV-VCR - radio combination. The full galley includes a three-burner electric stove with stainless steel stove rail, refrigerator, microwave, and coffeemaker. The head compartment has a VacuFlush toilet, sink with vanity, and a separate shower with bifold door. A large deck hatch, port light, and air conditioning provide light and air circulation.