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Just Listed!! And don't miss out on this well-kept Sea Ray 280. As one of the most popular cruisers ever built by Sea Ray after a day on the water aboard her you'll find out why. From her spacious cockpit to her accommodating cabin this Sea Ray 280 will give you a soft ride in rough seas.
Go ahead and step aboard. You're bound to fall in love just like everybody else that owns a 280 Sundancer. Astern, you'll find a large swim platform with concealed swim ladder along with storage on the transom of the boat for lines and fenders. Step inside the cockpit and there's bench seat aft that folds away for those days you plan on fishing. Across from the fold away bench seat is a double seat. Located to starboard is the ever important wet bar. Just forward of the wet bar is the helm with a layout like no others. Everything is easily within reach and perfectly laid out. Across from the captain on the starboard side is more seating that converts to a lounger. Just a few steps down and you'll find ample head room in the cabin. Mid-ship, you'll find a single berth. Just forward on the port side is the dinette that converts to a double berth. Located starboard, the galley and head. Finally, the v berth is forward. With the rich cherry wood and designer fabrics, you're sure to feel at home in the cabin.
|LOA||31' (9.45 meters)|
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A native of Oregon, Clint enlisted in the U.S. Navy at the age of 17 and shipped out to Naval boot camp (now closed) in Orlando, Florida in December of 1990. After boot camp, he attended the U.S. Navy's Nuclear Power School in Orlando and specialized in nuclear and mechanical engineering. After almost two years of nuclear engineering training, he joined the U.S. Navy's Pacific Fleet in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and served his remaining four years on a Los Angeles fast attack submarine, U.S.S. Honolulu SSN-718. In the years following his military service, he has worked for Hewlett-Packard in a maintenance and engineering support role and then as a licensed insurance agent for State Farm and Farmers insurance. Clint got the boating bug while living in Texas and started sailing and racing sailboats competitively nearly 40 weekends per year for many a year and has been a Catalina 22 Texas State Champion four times and won his first Catalina 22 National Championship in 2018. He and his wife recently relocated from Texas to St. Petersburg, Florida to expand their sailing and boating passion into the Gulf and Caribbean. Sailing may be Clint's passion, but he loves boats of all types. Give him a call or send him an e-mail and he'll be sure to get you answers to all of the questions you may have about the boat of your dreams.