380 Aft Cabin
Length w/ Pulpit:
Introduced in 1989, the Sea Ray 380 Aft Cabin is a bigger boat inside than her 38-foot length might suggest thanks to a wide 13-foot, 11-inch beam. Indeed, the spacious accommodations of the 380 are easily her most prominent feature. Built on a good-running deep-V hull with prop pockets, her two-stateroom interior is arranged with double berths in both staterooms, a full-size dinette in the salon, and a large U-shaped galley with an upright refrigerator and plenty of storage. A lower helm was optional, and a convenient breakfast bar overlooks the galley area. The oak-trimmed decor is obviously dated by todays designer standards, but the 380s layout features everything required for comfortable cruising including a big L-shaped sofa in the salon, adequate storage, and built-in vanities in both staterooms. Topside, a hardtop shelters the aft deck, and the flybridge has guest seating aft of the helm. Additional features include side-dumping exhausts, wide side decks, a spacious engine room, and a radar arch. Standard 340hp MerCruiser gas inboards cruise the Sea Ray 380 Aft Cabin at 1516 knots (mid 20s top), and optional 300hp Cummins diesels cruise at 20 knots.
Overview Sporty double-cabin cruiser offered contemporary styling with expansive accommodations, secure handling characteristics.
Features Comfortable galley-down interior includes open salon with dinette, breakfast bar, vanities in both staterooms, home-size refrigerator. Wide side decks afford secure bow access. Radar arch, hardtop were standard.
Comments Lower helm station was optional.
Performance Standard 340hp gas inboards cruise at 16 knots (mid 20s top); optional 330hp Cummins diesels cruise at 20 knots.