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Like many Sea Ray models, the 350 Sundancer (called the 370 Sundancer in 1992–94) has aged well over the years. She was a stylish boat when she was introduced in 1990, and she remains a handsome express design even by today’s standards. Built on a deep-V hull with a wide 12-foot, 4-inch beam, the Sundancer’s interior is fairly conventional with a midcabin area aft and a stateroom forward. The salon is dominated by a huge semicircular sofa that converts to a sleeper for two, and while a curtain is used for mid-stateroom privacy, a door separates the forward stateroom from the main cabin. The head contains a separate stall shower, and an optional TV/VCR swivels out for easy viewing from anywhere in the cabin. Topside, the 350/370 Sundancer’s cockpit is arranged with a double helm seat, aft-facing seat, transom bench seat, and a wet bar with sink and cooler. An integral bow pulpit, radar arch, and transom door were standard. Note that in 1994—the final year of production—Sea Ray added U-shaped lounge seating in the cockpit and replaced the original sliding cabin windows with oval ports. Twin 310hp MerCruiser V-drive inboards cruise at 20 knots (high 20s top).
Overview Aggressive styling, lush accommodations, sporty performance made this 1990s cruiser yet another sales success for Sea Ray.
Features Spacious midcabin interior with private bow stateroom, home-size galley is dominated by huge 10-foot semicircular sofa. Triple-wide helm seat is unusual. Roomy engine compartment makes service access easy.
Comments Called Sea Ray 350 Sundancer in 1990-91; 370 Sundancer in 1992-94.
Performance Twin 310hp MerCruiser V-drive inboards cruise at 20 knots (high 20s top).