Sea Ray Sundancer 290 boats for sale
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New Castle, Pennsylvania
Category Express Cruiser Boats
Posted Over 1 Month
The cabin is bright and very clean. The headliner, cloth trim and cushions look brand new and show no rips. All visible surfaces in the cabin are in excellent condition including all of the countertops, flooring, and stovetop. According to the seller, the boat is in good mechanical condition. Everything is believed to be in working order. Stock #164874 WOW, you will not find this much boat for so little money ever again, this SEARAY will give you all you need and more. get it while it lasts. If you are in the market for an express cruiser, look no further than this 1993 Sea Ray Sundancer 290, priced right at $21,500 (offers encouraged). This boat is located in New Castle, Pennsylvania and is in good condition. She is also equipped with twin Mercruiser engines that have 855 hours. Reason for selling is no longer boating.
Toms River, New Jersey
2006 Sea Ray Sundancer 290 2006 searay sundancer blue Hull with new custom canvas Boat has twin mercury 4.3 engines with only 240 hours. Boat is equipped with ac. Heat, Frigidaire, two televisions,stove top,Microwave, stereo with 6 disc changer,head with sink, toilet and floor drain to convert to shower.boat also has Kohler generator two way radio and North Star GPS this boat has been maintained and serviced by mercury certified technician since purchase in 2007
1992 Sea Ray Sundancer 290 1992 SeaRay Sundancer 290 Mercruiser V-8 (Total hours 788 New Engine has 400 Hours), No Generator, Bottom paint and outdrive service 2015, Converter, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, VHF Marine Radio, Depth Finder, Remote Spotlight, Compass, Halon Fire System, Central AC, 12 Volt/Electric Refrigerator, Electric Stove, Microwave, Dinette Table, Bathroom and Transom Shower, Bimini and Camper Canvas, Mooring Cover, Shore Power, Ladder, 125 Gallon Fuel Tank, Lockable Cabin Entry, All New Upper Carpet 2015, New Kenwood radio and speakers. Stays With Boat: Silverware, VCR and CD Player, Bouys, Tie-Up ropes, Anchor, Life Jackets, Fire Extinguisher.
Champlain, New York
2006 Sea Ray Sundancer 290 31" Boat 4.3 MPI Bravo III Only 230 hours on the engine. All New redesign for 2006! Twin Mercruisers 4.3 Bravo III MPI V6 (Performs great, more reliable and better on gas than V8's)Optional Arch TopFlat screen TVCentral Air ConditioningGarmin GPSBeautiful Camper Bimini topTeak style rear deckRear BBQ Wet bar2 sinksStoveFridgeBrand new white leatherette Diamond cross stitched 2014 interior bed and side walls. Brand new teak style rear deck. 2013 BBQ. 2012 Bimini tops and windows. Interior and exterior in incredible condition Sea Ray's are by far the best quality boats in this size segment which is why they hold there value so much better than other brands. This model is actually over 31 feet in length and they changed its name to the 320 the following year. This is the brand new design for 2006 totally different than the 2005's. This boat is the perfect size, good on gas, small enough to be very fast, very easy to drive, manoeuver and park but still can sleep 4 adults and 2 or 3 kids comfortably with its 2 double beds and multiple interior and exterior couches. Things we love about this new design for 2006:You can walk right into the interior cabin without even bending down!Lots of very intelligent exterior space, wet bar, 2 sinks, 2 full size double beds. Just buffed, meticulously maintained from A-Z. Boat is in incredible condition and has always been serviced and maintained to schedule. Everything works perfectly. SpecificationsSea Ray 290 Sundancer (2006- ) SpecificationsLength Overall31' 1''Dry Weight9,250 lbs.Beam9' 6''Tested WeightN/ADraft45'' drive downFuel Cap125 gal.Deadrise/Transom21 deg.Water Cap28 gal.Max Headroom6'2''Bridge ClearanceN/A Engine OptionsSea Ray 290 Sundancer (2006- ) Engine optionsStd. Power2 x 220-hp MerCruiser 4.3L MPI Bravo III MCMTested Power2 x 260-hp MerCruiser 5.0 MPI Affordable, dependable and well-equipped, the 5.0L features the Thunderbolt V ignition system, which... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------All New for 2006 Sea Ray introduced the new 290 Sundancer for 2006 at its International Dealer meeting in Sandestin, Florida, and as far as I can tell the designers only changed one thing on the boat...EVERYTHING. I don't know if they hired new designers, but the fresh thinking that went into the layout of this boat certainly suggests that--or they REALLY started with a clean sheet of paper--since this Sundancer is unlike any you've ever seen before. I'll cut right to the chase. The three biggest changes have to do with the cockpit layout, the companionway door, and the forward berth. For 2006 Sea Ray is stressing maximum movability in the cockpit, so they've removed the older athwartships L-lounges all together. This makes it a snap to walk from the transom door forward to the helm and companionway. Unlike the earlier version, this curved companionway door is fully over to port, freeing up room below. And since its off to the side now (the helm is still to starboard) the companionway door(s) (the inner one has fixed screens) are flat and vertical, without the molded-in steps we've been so used to seeing on Sundancers in this size. Now, you access the foredeck on the centerline as before, but your first step is into a recessed area and then on up to the foredeck. This boat also had what Sea Ray is a calling an optional "arch top," which takes the traditional radar arch and adds a flare fore and aft for better coverage from the elements. I also appreciated the Lofrans Marlin windlass hidden under a cover up on the bow, and the grab rail on the top of the arch top for a secure feel when returning to the cockpit (you will have to duck a little as you come back down, but its not a big deal). Another nice touch is the putty-colored helm, which greatly reduces glare on the rugged, powder-coated windshield (also a new look for 2006). But perhaps the biggest change is in the cabin. Gone is the traditional V-berth with filler cushion up forward. That's been replaced with an innovative full beam bed mattress that can be pulled aft easily to convert the berth into a sofa. That sits right next to another fixed sofa to port, giving instant seating for four, AND in a wider part of the boat than trying to cram everyone up to the bow. Well done!