2007 Sea Ray 290 Sundancer Seminole, FL
Posted on August 16, 2016 / 341
2007 Sea Ray 290 Sundancer
Price : $69,999
Listing Type : CruisersPower
Builder | Manufacturer : Sea Ray
Condition : Used
Year : 2007
Length : 31ft
Model : 290 Sundancer
Engine Make : Mercruiser
Engine Model : 5.0
LOA : 31'
Max Draft : 2.3 Ft.
Displacement : 9248.39
Hull Type/Shape : Deep Vee
2007 Sea Ray 290 Sundancer Port motor 221 Starboard motor 223 This boat is turn key and go! The risers and manifolds have been done 6 months ago with the battery’s!! Full isinglass encloser! Mercury vessel view management system..This is a very clean 2nd owner boat. 5kw gen with ac! windless anchor with foot controls! Only 250 hours! Under water white lights! integrated swim platform! This all new 290 Sundancer offers a wealth of upgraded features including fiberglass arch top with aft sunshade, Sirius satellite receiver with six months activation and optional colored hull. Full canvas enclosure with aft curtain is also included, plus electrically activated engine hatch and optional underwater swim platform lighting. SEA RAY 290 SUNDANCER Feel the Day: Full moon crazy on a sunny afternoon.You can order Sea Ray’s 290 Sundancer with a single diesel stern drive, but I wouldn’t. You’d give up docking ease and redundant security. Plus, the single draws 6″ more water – twin drives are set to either side of the keel instead of right on it, so twins give you a greater margin of operation in coastal bays and shallow coves. My test revealed that this boat is as much a dayboat as it is a cruiser. Topside, there’s a long, flat cockpit so the largest crew possible can enjoy the ride and the fun. Below, there’s a head, galley, and V-berth providing roomy overnighting for two. But the V-berth converts into an aft-facing sofa by way of clever hinging. I’d leave it set this way – I’d prefer to use the area to wait out a shower rather than spend the night. In fact, I’d bet that most boaters who choose this boat would leave the berth in its sofa configuration most of the time. There’s an aft cabin with a twin berth, but the 290 Sundancer’s low, sleek freeboard means headroom is nil. Relegation as stowage is likely, despite the convenient center entry. Cruising amenities aside, topside fun is why you’d buy this ride. Performance matched those racy lines, which are capped by a flat, angular windshield. Punch the keyless ignitions, throw the levers, and the 290 Sundancer races to 47-plus mph. Dial it back to the 30s and you can cut, weave, and carve at will. Efficiency? It holds plane at 12.8 mph and gets better than 1.5 mpg while cruising. Done with the run? Drop the hook and chill. There’s a windlass with footswitch to help you. Coming aft through the split windshield – there are no sidedecks, a design deletion that adds cabin width – enjoy the cockpit amenities. I discovered a neat aft lounge with a hinged cushion that covers drinkholders – similar to many home sofas. A wetbar is abaft the helm and the oversize swim platform features a four-step ladder mounted underneath. At rest or underway, fun is the order of the day. High Points: Arch-mounted grabrail eases walking through the split windshield; grabrails are copious throughout. Nonslip coverage complete, not just in patches, on gunwales


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