390 Sedan Sportfish
Length w/ Pulpit:
The Sea Ray 390 Sedan is basically a stretched version of the earlier 360 Sedan built in 198082. The extra length went into the cockpit that, with over 100 square feet of space, is one of the boats most impressive features. She rides on a solid fiberglass hull with a relatively wide 13-foot, 11-inch beam and propeller pockets to reduce shaft angles. The two-stateroom, mid-galley floorplan of the 390 remained essentially unchanged during her production run, although in 1985 a walkaround bed replaced the original angled double-berth in the forward stateroom. Single berths are located in the guest cabin, and a serving counter separates the galley from the salon. The comfortable cabin accommodations make the 390 an excellent all-purpose family cruiser, and with plenty of fuel and a big cockpit, shes capable of some serious fishing activities. On the downside, the flybridge is very small for a boat this size. Additional features include a transom door, swim platform, and bow pulpit. Standard 350hp gas inboards cruise at 17 knots (2526 knots top), and optional 320hp Caterpillar diesels cruise the 390 Sedan at 21 knots and reach a top speed of around 25 knots.
Overview Lengthened version of previous Sea Ray 360 Sedan added much-needed cockpit space.
Features Spacious interior includes private master stateroom with slide-out double berth, guest stateroom with upper/lower berths, fully equipped galley, carpeted salon with convertible sofa. Uncluttered cockpit with transom door has room for several anglers.
Comments Lower helm was optional. Flybridge is small compared with a modern 39-footer.
Performance Standard 350hp gas inboards cruise at 17 knots; 320hp Cat diesels cruise at 20+ knots.