310 Sun Sport
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Considered a very stylish boat by the standards of her era, the Sea Ray 310 Sun Sport had the look and feel of a true Mediterranean-bred sportboat. Shes still a distinctive boat with her reverse arch and colorful hull graphics, and the Sun Sports sleek, low-profile appearance delivered a healthy dose of 1990s sex appeal. Shes built on a lightweight, relatively narrow deep-V hull, and her low foredeck results in very modest cabin headroom. Because shes a dayboat and not a cruiser the accommodations below are fairly basic. A U-shaped dinette forwardwhich can seat up to sixconverts into a double bed, and theres a small mini-berth/storage shelf in the forepeak. The Sun Sports small cockpit is arranged with horseshoe-shaped seating aft of the helm and twin bucket seats forward. A full-width sun pad is located over the engine compartment, and drink holders are everywhere. Note that the Sun Sports original tubular radar arch was replaced with a more stylish fiberglass arch in 1993. Performance is excellent: shell cruise at 30 knots with twin 350hp MerCruiser sterndrives and reach a top speed in the neighborhood of 45 knots.
Overview Rakish sportboat hit the mark with 1990 buyers looking for exciting performance, lasting eye appeal.
Features Highlights include comfortable U-shaped cockpit seating, 2-person sun pad, electric engine hatch, integrated swim platform. Well-finished cabin with small galley, enclosed head with shower sleeps two. Note forepeak mini-berth/storage area.
Comments Forward-facing arch represented cutting-edge styling in her era. Tight engine compartment.
Performance Cruise at a fast 30 knots with twin 350hp MerCruiser sterndrives (about 45 knots top).