The 260 Sundancer is the latest 2004 Sea Ray model, with new-look cabin windows and subtle changes to the hull shape. Despite being quite tall in comparison to its length it manages to retain a sporty look, enhanced somewhat by its optional fibreglass arch, a swooping sheer line and even more dramatic hull line and rubrail. Throughout the Sea Ray 260 Sundancer are indications of good engineering and design. From the extended swimplatform to the bow with its well-secured sunpad, all deck space is maximised to pack in as much entertaining and lounging as possible. Access is from either the rear platform through a portside gate, or over the sides topped with non-skid and integrated inboard steps. Both options have grabrails and in the cockpit the aisles are wide and grabhandles and drinkholders abound. Cockpit seating creates what Sea Ray calls a conversation area of lounges in a circle with room for nine or 10 people when the helm seat is reversed. A teak table is stored under the rear lounge and has two sets of aluminium posts that allow it be used for lunch or lowered to make a wide sunlounge with the addition of extra cushions. There is also dedicated storage for all cushions and supports.As well as its forward-facing position the rear section of the lounge converts to a sunpad or flips to make a rear-facing seat when the boat is at rest, making the swimplatform even more accommodating. Along with the twin helm seat, the chaise lounge to port allows another two passengers to interact with the skipper underway.
|LOA||28' (8.53 meters)|
|Engine Model||5.0L MPI Bravo III|
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William P. Ragusa
William is a lifelong boater from Long Island, New York, who spent over 35 years in the Information Technology industry.
From working with the newspaper on Long Island to owning his own Antivirus Software and having his own offices overseas, he is well-versed in meeting and exceeding the needs of his clients. From the United States to Dubai and back, William knows how to please and get the job done.
Living in the South Florida area has allowed him to create his network of clients for Engel & Völkers Yachting.
“I’m the closer and a listing-machine. What makes me better is that I work harder than anybody else. You must know in your heart that you will succeed – or even more important, that you have already succeeded but can always be better!”