390 Motor Yacht; 40 Motor Yacht
Length w/ Pulpit:
Building on their reputation for design innovation, Sea Rays 390 Motor Yacht differs from traditional motor yachts in that the helm and aft deck of the 390 are on the same level. The advantage of this layout is that it keeps the captain in the social center of the boat rather than isolated on a flybridge; the disadvantage is seen in the 390s ungainly, full-bodied profile. From the standpoint of comfort, however, the 390 receives high marks for her spacious interior and luxurious accommodations. The light-filled salon is accented with high-gloss cherry cabinets and leather upholstery, and a high/low table with stools and a breakfast bar provide dining space. The galley, which is down from the salon level, benefits from the natural light that flows from an overhead skylight. An optional washer/dryer is found under the steps that lead from the galley to the salon. Topside, an extended hardtop shelters the small aft deck with its wet bar, acrylic wing doors, and bench seating. A stairwaywith a safety railingleads down to the swim platform. Standard 370hp gas inboards cruise at 18 knots (2526 knots top), and optional 446hp Cummins diesels cruise in the low 20s (about 25 knots top).
Overview Distinctive hardtop motoryacht blends traditional flushdeck design with sleek styling, maxi-volume interior.
Features Upscale interior with cherry cabinets boasts expansive salon with facing settees, well-appointed staterooms, space for optional washer/dryer. Galley enjoys good natural lighting from window above.
Comments Flushdeck layout keeps the skipper with guests rather than isolated on the flybridge. Called Sea Ray 390 MY in 200305; 40 MY in 200607.
Performance Gas 370hp engines cruise at 18 knots; Cummins 446hp diesels cruise at 20 knots.