1990 Sea Ray 350 Sundancer
Freshwater boat, stored indoors.
(Current Location: Port Lambton, Ontario). This 1990 Sea Ray 350 Sundancer provides lots of entertainment and accommodation space. This Cruiser comes equipped with a generator, two A/C-heat units, a flat-screen TV, and more.
Powered by twin Mercruiser 7.4 engines this boat is ready for a day cruise, a weekend away, or an extended cruise. The helm bench seat has room for the captain as well as one or two additional passengers to accompany the captain while underway. The helm features all the controls, gauges, switches and electronics to operate the Sea Ray safely and effectively.
The cockpit area has a rear-facing bench seat behind the helm bench and a forward-facing bench aft making for a great socializing area. The aft bench seat can be removed by removing two pins on either side. To starboard of the rear-facing bench is a cockpit refrigerator and sink. From there a transom walk-through with door leads to a 3' swim platform and ladder.
Stepping through the salon door and descending into the salon you'll notice the impact of the 12' 4' beam as there is plenty of space below decks. A circular sofa with table is to starboard. Behind the sofa are storage cabinets and the stereo control.
Opposite the sofa is the galley area. The galley is equipped with a refrigerator, sink, 3-burner stove, plenty of counter-top space for prepping and an updated microwave. There is plenty of cabinet and drawer storage for supplies.
Forward of the galley is the head. The head contains a foot-flush toilet, shower, sink, medicine, and storage cabinet, and grab rail. Across from the head is a spacious hanging locker. The forward stateroom’s queen berth is on a pedestal that has steps next to it making access easy. There is also stateroom lighting, shelving, storage drawers and another door to the head effectively creating a cheater ensuite.
The mid-berth features a U-shaped sofa which can be converted into a double berth.
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