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Sea Ray 390 Express Cruiser


Name: 390 Express Cruiser
Length: 39'0"
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 300 gals.
Model Years: 1984—1991
Draft: 2'4"
Beam: 13'11"
Water Capacity: 100 gals.
Waste Capacity: 40 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
The 390 Express Cruiser turned out to be one of the most popular boats ever built by Sea Ray. First of the big production express boats when she came out in 1984, her sleek lines and European styling—tame by today’s design standards—made a lasting impression on the mid-1980s sportboat market. Below, her expansive two-stateroom interior is arranged with a queen berth forward and a combined galley-and-breakfast bar facing the curved settee in the salon. The guest stateroom is unique: it’s separated from the salon by a retractable mirrored bulkhead. Slide it away, convert the bunk berths into a sofa, and the area actually becomes a part of the main cabin. The 390’s interior was updated twice over the years, changing from the original wood grain mica to teak in 1986, and to a white-mica/teak-trim decor in 1988. Topside, the single-level cockpit is huge with seating for as many as eight passengers. Twin 340hp inboard MerCruisers cruise the 390 Express Cruiser at 17–18 knots (mid-to-high 20s top), and optional 375hp Cats cruise in the mid 20s and reach a top speed of close to 30 knots. Note that the sliding cabin windows are prone to leaking.


Maxi-volume express set sportboat standards in her day for contemporary styling, dockside eye appeal.


Spacious interior with home-size galley, convertible dinette includes breakfast bar, head with stall shower. Guest cabin is separated from salon by retractable mirrored bulkhead. Huge cockpit can accommodate a small crowd.


Cabin windows often leak. First of the big U.S. express boats when she came out in 1984.


Twin 340hp gas inboards cruise at 16–18 knots; 375hp Cats cruise in the mid 20s.

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