October 13, 2015

New Model: Sea Ray 400 Sundancer

Sea Ray is proud to introduce the new 400 Sundancer, featuring a fresh and exciting design coming from the big sisters of the large yacht L-class range.  The 400 Sundancer will make its official debut in November at the Fort Lauderdale boat show.  Entertainment comes naturally on-board the 400 Sundancer, with an open floor plan main deck that creates generous, connected social zones throughout the boat. The spacious and airy salon features large windows and a power-actuated sunroof that lets in abundant natural light. Plush seating, including an L-shaped lounge, accommodates up to eight people, and a triple-pane entry door and retractable cockpit SureShade extend the entertainment space outdoors. The bow lounge brings comfort to a new level as well, with multi-position sun-pads and an optional shade system for all-day comfort.  The living area below opens to two full-beam staterooms. The master stateroom comes with an expansive closet system, or an optional second head and shower. The aft stateroom sleeps three and features a settee and sliding bunks that convert to a double bed when preferred.  Richer materials and finishes from elegant hardwood floors to smooth solid surface counter-tops enhance the aesthetics and comfort of all interior spaces. The galley area is sleek and luxurious, with high-end appliances and plentiful storage, and the cleanly designed helm station features joystick control from the double-wide helm seat.  Aft, the 400 Sundancer’s optional hydraulic swim platform features innovative self-deploying boarding steps that allow for effortless interaction with the water.
Technical Data:
LOA - 13.2 m (43.6ft) with extended bathing platform, 12.2 m without extended platform
Beam - 4.0 m
Draft - 1.75 m
Displacement - 12935 kg dry
Fuel Capacity - 1211 l
Water Capacity - 378 l
Accommodation - 6 berths in 2 cabins
Engines - 2 x Mercruiser 8.2 Mag HO Ect 430hp, 8.2 Horizon ECT 430hp (petrol gas)
Mercury 4.2l TDI 370hp, Cummins QSD 6.7 480hp
Propulsion - stern drive, or V-drive
Hull Shape - modified Vee with 17 degrees dead=rise aft
Certification - CE B, USCG, ABYC, NMMA

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