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Yet another Sea Ray success story, the 320 Sundancer embodies the sleek styling and upscale accommodations common to all recent Sundancer models regardless of size. Sea Rays dedication to quality is clearly on display in the 320, from the sporty burlwood dash to her mirror-smooth hull and premium cabin furnishings. Stepping below through a portside companionway, the Sundancers open-plan interior is notable for its oversized galley to port with cherrywood cabinets and more counter (and storage) space than many larger boats. There are berths for six in the 320 including a comfortable kidney-shaped sofa opposite the galley that converts to a double bed. The sunken midcabin area aft serves as a secondary conversation area during the day and a guest stateroom at night. Privacy curtains separate both sleeping areas from the salon. In the cockpit, the 320s U-shaped aft lounge comes with a removable cocktail table. The cockpit sole lifts at the push of a button for access to the engines. On the downside, the side decks are narrow. Offered with V-drive inboard or sterndrive power, MerCruiser 5.7L 300hp inboards cruise at 2426 knots (low 30s top).
Overview Mega-popular express introduced in 2003 set high standards for timeless styling, rich accommodations, proven owner satisfaction.
Features Highlights include roomy, open-plan interior with lacquered cherry cabinets, expansive cockpit with U-shaped lounge seating, double helm seat with flip-up bolsters, burled dash, extended swim platform, power engineroom hatch.
Comments Side decks are narrow; engine access is a little tight. Deep-V hull can handle a stiff chop.
Performance Cruise in mid 20s with 300hp V-drive inboards (about 30 knots top).