Punta Gorda ,
1996 Sea Ray SundancerThe 45 Sundancer showcases Sea Ray's evolving design and engineering capabilities with it's enormous two stateroom, two head interior and large cockpit designed for topnotch entertaining.
Recent compound and wax
All new eisenglass (presently being installed)
Home sized galley
Huge head compartments
Large cockpit area with circular aft seating, double companion seat and large helm seat. All seating is in excellent shape
Westerbeke diesel generator
Full interior air conditioning
Lewmar windlass with anchor, anchor chain and rode
Extended swim platform
Full canvas enclosure with new eisenglass
Glendinning shore power cablemaster system
Large circular seating, all in excellent shape
Wet bar and sink
Storage under seating
Double guest helm seat in excellent shape
Large helm seat
Garmin 4212 combo chartplotter/radar
Garmin 6208 chartplotter
Garmin F200 VHF
Sea Ray systems monitor
Large salon area with dinette and circular seating
Wall mounted TV
Clarion stereo/cd changer
Central vacuum system
High/Lo dining table
Kenyon three burner stove
Large wine cooler
Master suite with ensuite head:
Large forward berth w/storage underneath
Cedar lined hanging closets
Separate shower w/circular acrylic sliding door
Private entrance to head
Guest suite/sitting area
Mid-ship double berth that converts to a sitting area
Cedar lined closet
Guest head with shower
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
|LOA||48' (14.66 meters)|
For more information about this vessel, please contact Capt. Ralph Bush.
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Capt. Ralph Bush
Ralph has been on the water, in some form, all his life. He grew up around the lakes and rivers of Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma. A move to Florida allowed him to spend time sailing the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. After receiving his US Coast Guard Master's license, Ralph found a way to share his passion for boating by becoming an approved instructor, teaching captain’s licensing classes. He is also an ASA sailing instructor. His career in the newspaper industry gave Ralph the opportunity to live and boat in many parts of the U.S., including the Chesapeake Bay. Now as a full-time yacht broker, Ralph is back in Florida helping people find the boat that will allow them to pursue their boating dreams.