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A popular model, the sporty appearance of the Sea Ray 290 Sundancer went a long way toward insuring her success in what is arguably the most competitive segment of the midcabin cruiser market. Bold styling aside, the 290 Sundancer also scored with the fine finish and attractive furnishings Sea Ray is known for. Built on a deep-V hull with a sweeping sheer and high forward freeboard, the Sundancer’s accommodations are as practical as they are comfortable. Her expansive cockpit—less crowded than most, but with less seating as well—includes a wet bar with Corian counter and sink, drink holders, and a designated space for the carry-on cooler. A transom shower and transom storage locker are standard, and the forward-facing radar arch added much to the 290’s stylish lines. Below decks, the well-appointed interior is a blend of high-gloss cherry cabinets, Ultraleather upholstery, and deep pile carpeting. An innovative double berth forward easily converts into an aft-facing settee, and privacy curtains separate the fore and aft berths from the main cabin. A single 375hp MerCruiser I/O will cruise the Sundancer at 18–20 knots (high 20s top). Twin MerCruiser 260hp I/Os cruise in the mid 20s (about 40 knots top).
Overview Cutting-edge express combines world-class styling with luxury amenities, no-excuses performance.
Features Stylish interior with cherry cabinets, leather seating gets high marrks for premium furnishings, excellent finish. Island berth converts to aft-facing seat with storage under. Topside features include wet bar with Corian counter, power engine hatch, transom shower, walk-through windshield.
Comments One of the best-looking boats in her class.
Performance Twin 260hp MerCruiser sterndrives cruise at 25 knots (about 40 knots wide open).