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Sea Ray 400 Express Cruiser

Specifications

Name: 400 Express Cruiser
Length: 40
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 300 gals.
Model Years: 1992—1999
Draft: 3'3"
Beam: 13'0"
Water Capacity: 100 gals.
Waste Capacity: 30 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: 45'7"
With her bold 1990’s styling and spacious interior, the Sea Ray 400 Express was considered a state-of-the-art boat when she was introduced back in 1992. This was the long-awaited replacement model for the 390 Express Cruiser (1984–91), and while she has less beam than her predecessor she was a big step up in luxury and appearance. Built on a deep-V hull with a solid fiberglass bottom, the two-stateroom interior of the 400 Express offers comfortable accommodations for six. The master stateroom includes a pedestal island berth as well as a TV/VCR and a privacy door, and a circular pocket door closes off the starboard sitting room converting it into a private stateroom with a full-size bed and convertible upper bunk—very clever. A separate shower stall is found in the head, and the large galley includes a breakfast bar and generous storage. On deck, double helm and companion seats are forward in the cockpit and U-shaped seating aft converts into a sun pad. An extended swim platform was a popular option in later models. A huge market success, Mercury 340hp inboards cruise at 18 knots (mid 20s top), and Cat 340hp diesels cruise in the mid 20s (28–29 knots top).

Overview

Bold 1990s sportyacht combined muscular styling with best-in-class luxury, top-shelf construction.

Features

Upscale interior with top-shelf appliances boasts home-size galley with breakfast bar, posh U-shaped dinette, private bow stateroom with TV/VCR. Pocket door converts salon sitting room into private stateroom with full-size bed, convertible upper bunk. Extended swim platform was a popular option.

Comments

Big cockpit seats a small crowd.

Performance

Twin 340hp gas inboards cruise at 18 knots; Cat 340hp diesels cruise in the mid 20s.

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