|Listing Id||5055630||Length||28.00 Feet|
|Model||275 SUNDANCER||Engine Type||Mercruiser v8|
|Hull Style||Single||Hull Type||Fibreglass|
Sea Ray 275 Sundancer with a new Mercruiser 350 motor fitted, and has only travelled 10 hours since then,
Sea Ray is its top-of-the-line range and features luxury fittings, quality internal woodwork, leather upholstery and plenty of attention to detail during their construction. The internal layout of this 27' craft also demonstrates clever use of available space. There's a forward convertible vee-berth/dining settee in the bow and a port galley and starboard head/shower. The main cabin is also well lit from hatches in its roof. Climb up the stairs and you enter the cockpit. There is a bolster bucket seat at the helm adjacent to a settee that converts into a sun lounge on port side. Move further aft and there is a step down to a bench seat nook that has a removable table and a wet bar with under bench cooler. It's the perfect place for twilight drinks, or that light summer lunch. The table has to be removed to make up the sun lounge, but there is storage for it in a starboard locker located in the main cabin. On the port side is the entryway to a roomy aft cabin, located under the helm area, that's just great for the kids. The aft cabin has a small window for ventilation and enough headroom so its occupants don't feel claustrophobic. The cockpit is where most of the fun is to be had. The transom door opens onto a swim platform, where there's a freshwater hand shower and a concealed swim ladder. I can visualise the kids all hanging around the swim platform while the oldies sip on an ale served from the wet bar., with the capacity to seat nine in the cockpit, this layout would keep most boaties happy.
Consignment Boat on display at SydneyPowerboatCentre
dAlboras Marina The Spit Mosman NSW 2088