Specifications

Name: 400-410 Sundancer
Length: 40, 41
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 330 gals.
Model Years: 1997—2003
Draft: 3'4"
Beam: 13'10"
Water Capacity: 100 gals.
Waste Capacity: 42 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
One of the most popular big express yachts of recent years, the 400 Sundancer (called the 410 Sundancer in 2000–03) combines the bold styling common to all Sea Ray cruisers with the luxury-class appointments found in the best European sport yachts. The Sundancer’s huge cockpit has wraparound lounge seating aft of the helm and a full-service wet bar to port, making it ideal for entertaining a large group. Below, the spacious salon is dominated by a long crescent-shaped sofa to starboard and home-size galley to port with cherry cabinets, upright refrigerator, and granite counter. Aft of the salon is a roomy mid-cabin area with a pocket door for privacy. A walkaround island berth is in the forward stateroom, and the head compartment includes a separate stall shower. The engine room is accessed via a power hatch with steps leading down to the machinery. Built on a deep-V hull with prop pockets, the foredeck of the 410 model is slightly raised to provide more cabin headroom. The bottom is balsa cored — Sea Ray had issues with cored hulls from 1995 to 2002. Standard MerCruiser 385hp gas V-drive engines cruise at 16–18 knots. Cat 340hp V-drive engines cruise at 22–24 knots.

Overview

Muscular 1990s express cruiser has the space, amenities owners seek in a luxury sportyacht.

Features

Sumptuous cherry interior features mid-cabin stateroom with privacy door, two heads, fully-equippd galley with generous storage. Huge cockpit with wraparound seating can entertain a small crowd. Tiered instrument panel has room for extra electronics.

Comments

Cockpit sole lifts for engine access.

Performance

Twin 340hp V-drive gas inboards cruise at 16 knots (mid 20s top); Cat 340hp diesels cruise in the mid 20s (close to 30 knots top).