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The Sea Ray 450 Sundancer was one of the largest sport cruisers available when she was introduced in 1995. Her bold styling has held up well over the years, and with a wide 14-foot beam the interior of the Sundancer provides comfortable accommodations in very elegant surroundings. Like most late-model Sea Ray yachts, the 450 rides on a fully cored hull with prop pockets and a steep 20 degrees of transom deadrise. Sea Ray offered two floorplans for the 450 during her 5-year production run, both with private staterooms fore and aft, two full heads, and a convertible salon sofa. Faux granite countertops highlight the galley, and high-gloss oak cabinets are found throughout the interior. In the cockpit, a circular aft-facing seat, U-shaped seating and cocktail tables convert into a huge sun pad. A wet bar and transom door were standard, and a gas-assist hatch in the cockpit sole provides good access to the engine compartment. Additional features include a reverse sport arch, transom storage locker, underwater exhaust system, and an extended swim platform. Twin 340hp V-drive Cat diesels cruise the 450 Sundancer in the low 20s, and 420hp Cats cruise in the mid 20s and top out at 30+ knots.
Overview High-impact sportyacht introduced in 1995 showcased Sea Ray's industry-leading design and engineering capabilities.
Features Enormous two-stateroom, two-head interior boasts impressive home-size galley, huge head compartment, generous storage. Spacious cockpit with circular aft seating; superb helm position. Big transom locker is a useful touch.
Comments Hull is fully cored.
Performance Twin 340hp Cat diesels cruise in the low 20s; optional 407hp Cats cruise at 24-25 (about 30 knots top).