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Sea Ray 390 Sundancer; 40 Sundancer

Specifications

Name: 390 Sundancer; 40 Sundancer
Length: 39
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: 19,300#
Fuel Capacity: 275 gals.
Model Years: 2004—2009
Draft: 3'4"
Beam: 13'2"
Water Capacity: 70 gals.
Waste Capacity: 42 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
Among several big express cruisers available in recent years, the Sea Ray 390 Sundancer (called the 40 Sundancer in 2006–09) is notable for her sleek styling and distinctive fiberglass hardtop. Sea Ray has been building top-quality family cruisers since the 1980s, and the company has long been known for its cutting-edge styling. Built on a deep-V hull with prop pockets and a solid fiberglass bottom, the lavish interior of the 390 Sundancer is a blend of high-gloss cherrywood cabinets, Ultraleather upholstery, and vinyl wall coverings. A flat-screen TV is built in above the galley countertop, and by splitting the head into two compartments—toilet to port and shower to starboard—the salon dimensions are those of a slightly larger boat. For privacy, a sliding door separates the master stateroom from the salon. The 390/40’s cockpit is similar to other Sundancer layouts with a U-shaped seating area aft, flip-up helm seat, and Corian-topped wet bar with sink and faucet. The entire cockpit sole can be raised on hydraulic rams for access to the engines. With standard 370hp V-drive gas engines she’ll cruise in the low 20s (about 30 knots top).

Overview

Classy express appeals to upscale buyers with a taste for world-class styling, premium accommodations.

Features

Lavish interior with two heads, huge galley, drop-down TV gets high marks for tasteful decor, well-placed amenities. Large cockpit with U-lounge seating, full wet bar, Euro-style helm is as good as it gets. Hardtop with full enclosure, air conditioning is optional.

Comments

Entire cockpit sole lifts on hydraulic rams for engine access. Called 390 Sundancer in 2004–05.

Performance

Twin 370hp V-drive gas engines will cruise in the low 20s (about 30 knots top).