Specifications

Name: 400 Sedan Bridge
Length: 40
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 350 gals.
Model Years: 1996—2003
Draft: 3'4"
Beam: 14'3"
Water Capacity: 120 gals.
Waste Capacity: 28 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
Sea Ray got it right with the 400 Sedan Bridge, a super-popular cruising yacht with a near perfect mix of European styling and luxury-class amenities. Introduced in 1996, Sea Ray went on to sell hundreds of these yachts before production ended in 2003. Below decks, the interior of the 400 Sedan Bridge is an appealing display of high-gloss cherry joinery, Ultraleather salon seating, and quality hardware and appliances. Most were delivered with a two-stateroom, galley-down floorplan with dinette and two full heads. (An alternate three-stateroom, galley-up interior was optional.) In both layouts the master stateroom is forward with a pedestal queen berth, cedar-lined hanging lockers, TV/VCR, and ensuite head. (Note that the salon sofa converts to a bed at the touch of a button.) Cockpit amenities include aft bench seating, icemaker, molded flybridge steps, and transom door with gate. On the downside, the engine room is a tight fit. Built on a fully cored hull with moderate beam, prop pockets, and underwater exhausts, 370hp MerCruiser inboards cruise the Sea Ray 400 Sedan Bridge at 20 knots (high 20s top), and optional 340hp Cat diesels cruise at 22 knots (about 25+ knots top).

Overview

Best-selling Sea Ray sedan introduced in 1996 combined modern sportyacht styling with appealing layout, first-rate accommodations.

Features

Available with three-stateroom, galley-up floorplan or two-stateroom, galley down layout with lower helm. Interior highlights include high-gloss cherry cabinetry, hardwood galley sole, leather upholstery, quality appliances.

Comments

Engineroom is a tight fit. Fully cored hull has prop pockets to reduce draft.

Performance

Twin 370hp gas inboards cruise at 20 knots; 340hp Cat diesels cruise at 22–23 knots.