30′ 1993 Sea Ray Sundancer 300

Vessel Specifications

Propulsion

  • Engine Make: Merc 5.7l RWC
  • Type: I/O
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Horse Power: 260 hp
  • Hours Port: 1014
  • Hours Starboard: 1012

Accommodations

Sleeps six, two in the forward berth , two on the dinette which converts, two in the mid ship cabin. The boat is equipped with Marine Air.

Galley

Pressure water, Hot water tank does not work, Dometic Microwave, Kenyon two burner stove top,Norcold  DE 251 refrigerator, Sink, Storage.

Head

Marine manual head, sink, pressure water, NO HOT WATER, storage, hand held shower.

Navigation & Electronics

Compass, Impulse depth finder, Sony stereo, Phillips TV, Garmin GPS, Engine Sync, Uniden VHF, Nav Lights, Spot light, anchor light.

Electrical &Safety

30 Amp Shore service, four batteries , Pro mariner Charger, Life jackets throwable, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, three bilge pumps

Deck/Hull

New Full enclosure with camper, Swim Platform, Windlass,, anchor, anchor line, docking lines, fenders

Speed 

19 knots cruise

30 knot top end

Weight & Dimensions

Length w/Pulpit…………….. 31’11”
Hull Length……………………. 29’9″
Beam…………………………….. 10’6″
Draft……………………………….. 2’8″
Weight……………………….. 8,300#

Tanks

Clearance………………………… 8’8″
Fuel………………………….120 gals.
Water…………………………35 gals.
Hull Type……………………..Deep-V
Deadrise Aft………………………21°

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer
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.

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BOAT SPECS

  • Year: 1993
  • Current Price: US $20,800
  • Located in Baltimore, MD
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Gas
  • YW# 1550-7199179

DESCRIPTION

A stylish boat when she was introduced in 1992, the Sea Ray 300 Sundancer combined a contemporary profile and comfortable accommodations in an affordable package aimed at the entrylevel family cruiser market. Like most Sea Ray cruisers of her era, the 300 rides on a solid fiberglass deep-V hull with an integrated transom and a wide 10-foot, 6-inch beam. Two floorplans were available in this boat, both featuring a large midcabin aft and a V-berth forward. The galley is large enough to include plenty of storage as well as a cutting board, and the decor is an oldfashioned blend of carpet and mica. Topside, visibility from the elevated triple-wide helm is excellent. Guest seating is provided for six in the cockpit, and the bench seat at the transom folds away for access to the engine compartment. Additional features include an integral bow pulpit, sliding cabin windows, transom door, and cockpit refreshment center. A radar arch was a popular option. Among several engine choices, twin 230hp MerCruiser V-drive inboards cruise at 19–20 knots (about 30 knots top), and the same motors with sterndrives cruise in the low 20s and top out at close to 35 knots. Note the modest fuel capacity. 1992–93 Sea Ray 300 Sundancer