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1992 27 (ft.) Sea Ray 270 Weekender

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General Information

Listing# 150803

Spring Grove, IL, United States
Sea Ray
Boat Type
Model Year
Express Cruiser
270 Weekender
27 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
Number of Engines
Engine Type
Engine Hours

General Details

Well maintained freshwater express cruiser! This boat has always been stored inside when not in use and it shows! Powered by a 454 you can pull a tube or skiers with a boat full of people.

2 new batteries

Comes with camper top, full cover and cockpit cover. Eisenglass in excellent condition.

Trim tabs and recent bottom paint.

Trailer has new brakes, bearing buddies and hubs. Tires never have seen snow!

Here is what BoatUS had to say about the 270;

Some boat manufacturers change model names following design changes, but Sea Ray has been content to stick with a recognized and successful model even through some substantive changes. Such is the case with the 270 Sundancer, a small weekender/family cruiser which, in celebration of their 50th anniversary, Sea Ray reintroduced to their line after a hiatus of several years.

From the introduction of the 270 Sundancer in 1982, her length has ranged from 27' 7" to 28' 8" and beam varied between 8' 6" and 10'. There have been five 270 Sundancer models in all, each similar yet slightly different in appearance and dimension. Integral bow pulpits and swim platforms have come and gone and swim platforms have sometimes been included in the specified length. Beam, rather than length, more often defines a vessel's utility and service. Adding a foot in length to a 27-foot boat, even if added at the widest point, only adds about 45 cubic feet of volume, while adding a foot in beam could add 135 cubic feet of volume or more. On the other hand, adding an inch to the beam of an 8' 6" wide boat prohibits it from being trailered in some states without a special permit. Only the two 270 Sundancer models built between 1992 and 1999 have a beam of 8' 6" and are technically trailerable (needing a substantial SUV or truck).

No production boat manufacturers do a better job of installation of systems, equipment, and machinery than Sea Ray; the 270 Sundancer is no exception. The sport cruiser style of the 270 Sundancer is more reminiscent of a large runabout than a traditional cabin cruiser. The earliest model (1982-88) featured a swim platform mechanically attached to the transom while all subsequent models integrated a swim deck into the hull mold. The cockpit deck lifts to allow access to the engine and all models have either a permanent or removable seat at the transom. Forward is a step up to the bridgedeck and starboard helm on all models. The bridgedeck seating arrangement is dependent on the location of the companionway, on centerline on some models, to port on others. Prior to 2009, models had very narrow side decks making passage to the foredeck challenging. The newest model offers a center opening in the windshield with steps to access to the foredeck.

The cabin arrangement of all 270 Sundancer models has a separate mid-cabin sleeping compartment below the bridgedeck, a feature that defines the 270 and all Sea Ray Sundancers. Other typical accommodations include a berth or U-shaped dinette that converts to a double berth forward, a small galley, an enclosed head and a long list of standard conveniences.

As would be expected, a number of power options - all inboard/outdrive configurations - were offered over the years. Combined with the fact that performance of any boat of this size will suffer from overloading, it's difficult to define performance. Normally loaded, cruising speed will range between 20 and 25 knots and top speed between 30 and 35; a deadrise angle of 19 to 22 degrees helps to soften the ride in choppy conditions. Trim tabs were standard equipment on all models that I'm aware of to help getting up on plane and balance passenger loads.

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Boat has been stored indoors and lovingly cared for and it shows!
Navigational Equipment
- CD Player - Cockpit Tables - Compass - Fuel Gauge - Navigation Lights - Speedometer - Tachometer
- Bilge Blower - Trim Tabs
Electrical Systems
- Accessory Switches - Alternator - Battery - Battery Charger - Battery Switch - Cockpit Lighting - Gauges - Horn - Hour Meter - Shore Power - Speakers - Stereo
- Bath - Berth - Bimini Top - Cabin Lighting - Carpet - Dinette - Drink Holders - Porta-potty - Shower - Sink - Table
- Bottom Paint - Propeller (Stainless) - Hard Top - Gel Coat (Beautiful) - Propeller (Not Even A Ding Mark) - Transom Height: 27" - Bottom Paint - Radar Mast - Tee Top - Tower - Bottom Paint - Cabin Heat (Diesiel Stove) - Engine Cooling (Raw) - Propeller - Thru-hull Fittings - Bottom Paint - Cabin Heat (Diesiel Stove) - Engine Cooling (Raw) - Propeller - Thru-hull Fittings - Propeller (29.5x24 Wheel4 Blade) - Polling Platform - Anchor - Bottom Paint - Bow Pulpit - Cabin Heat - Gel Coat - Propeller (Duo Prop) - Stored Inside (Previously) - Helm Console - Bottom Paint - Bow Pulpit - Stern Pulpit - Cabin Heat (Reverse Cycle Ac/heat) - Engine Cooling (Raw) - Radar Arch - Anchor - Bottom Paint - Gel Coat - Radar Arch - Thru-hull Fittings - Tee Top - Bottom Paint - Propeller (Stainless Steel) - Anchor - Gel Coat - Propeller - Gel Coat - Bottom Paint - Gel Coat - Bottom Paint - Bottom Paint (August 2014) - Bottom Paint - Cabin Heat - Control Type (Livorski) - Engine Cooling - Gel Coat - Propeller (SS (3)) - Thru-hull Fittings - Factory Hull Scheme - Engine Cooling - Gel Coat (Excellent) - Cabin Heat (Central Heat And Air With Three 16K BTU Units) - Engine Cooling (Raw Water) - Flybridge - Propeller (Bronze) - Thru-hull Fittings (All Bronze) - Anchor - Bottom Paint (Needs Bottom Job Now) - Flybridge - Propeller (Brass, One Needs To Be Trued.) - Bottom Paint - Engine Cooling (RWC) - Gel Coat - Power Engine Hatch - Anchor - Bottom Paint (Barrier Coat Only) - Gel Coat (Great Condition) - Bottom Paint - Gel Coat (Fair) - Gel Coat (GOOD) - Thru-hull Fittings - Bottom Paint - Tee Top - Gel Coat - Anchor - Bottom Paint (Less Than 1 Year Old) - Cabin Heat - Engine Cooling - Propeller (Retuned) - Stored Inside - Gel Coat (GOOD) - Hard Top - Bottom Paint - Bottom Paint - Bottom Paint - Engine Cooling (RWC) - Gel Coat - Power Engine Hatch - Propeller (Stainless) - Gel Coat (Reconditioned) - Propeller - Radar Arch - Bottom Paint - Propeller - Radar Arch - Bottom Paint (Done Every Year.) - Radar Arch - Gel Coat - Helm Console - Propeller (4 Blade) - Gel Coat - Helm Console - Radar Arch - Bottom Paint - Bow Pulpit - Hard Top - Ballast - Crow's Nest W/ Ladder - Tower - Propeller (SPARE INCLUDED) - Thru-hull Fittings - Cabin Heat (WABASTCO) - Radar Mast - Propeller (SPARE INCLUDED) - Thru-hull Fittings - Cabin Heat (WABASTCO) - Radar Mast - Bottom Paint - Engine Cooling (Raw) - Propeller - Radar Arch - Propeller (Stainless Steel) - Propeller (Brass) - Gel Coat - Radar Arch - Bow Pulpit - Engine Cooling - Flybridge - Helm Console - Bottom Paint - Hard Top - Bottom Paint - Hard Top - Propeller
Deck Gear
- Anchor - Bimini - Cockpit Carpet - Cockpit Cover - Custom Cover - Full Enclosure - Storage Cover - Swim Ladder - Swim Platform - Transom Seating - Windshield Wipers
Safety Equipment
- Bilge Pump - Fire Extinguisher - Life Jackets