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The Sea Ray 400 Fly has the same aft cockpit, foredeck and lower cabin layout as the Sea Ray 400 Sundancer, also introduced in 2016. The salon and cockpit are on the same level with triple sliding glass doors between that open wide enough to bring the two areas together. Although many recent motoryacht designs have the galley aft where its easily accessed from the cockpit, the galley in the 400 Fly is forward and to port, right across from the lower helm. In the salon, an L-shaped lounge to starboard and a facing sofa to port provide seating for eight. An opening side window at the helm makes backing into a slip easy. There are two staterooms on the lower level with either one or two heads. The forward master stateroom seems unusually spacious due in part the large hull windows. The aft stateroom features side-by-side berths that convert to a double. Molded steps to port in the cockpit provide easy bridge access. Cockpit features include a settee with a dinette table and a gourmet transom with a built-in electric grill and food-prep area. The optional hydraulic platform includes steps that self-deploy as the platform is lowered. Cummins 480hp V-drive diesels cruise at 2024 knots (about 30 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 200405.
Performance Twin 370hp V-drive gas engines will cruise in the low 20s (about 30 knots top).