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Sea Ray 580 Super Sun Sport

Specifications

Name: 580 Super Sun Sport
Length: 58
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: 48,000 lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 700 gals.
Model Years: 1997—2002
Draft: 4'1"
Beam: 15'9"
Water Capacity: 200 gals.
Waste Capacity: 68 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
A cutting-edge yacht when she came out in 1997, the Sea Ray 580 Super Sun Sport has the high-impact sex appeal of a purebred European sportcruiser. Indeed, with her muscular profile, integrated hardtop, and stylish reverse transom—with its PWC garage and flanking walkways—the Super Sun Sport remains a handsome express yacht even by today’s styling standards. She’s built on a fully cored hull with prop pockets and a relatively wide 15-foot, 9-inch beam. Below decks, the opulent salon is dominated by a full-length Ultraleather sofa that converts into a double bed at the touch of a button. The master stateroom, with its private head and queen-size bed, is aft while the guest stateroom is forward. Both heads have separate stall showers, and the home-style galley features acres of counter space and copious storage. Cockpit highlights include a big U-shaped lounge aft of the helm, full wet bar, hidden foldout boarding steps, and sun lounge atop the PWC compartment. Note that there are two entrances to the engine compartment, one via a cockpit deck hatch and the other by lifting the floor of the garage. Among several engine options, twin 776hp Cats (or 735hp Detroits) will cruise in the high 20s (low 30s top).

Overview

High-powered sportcruiser with transom garage, optional hardtop epitomized Sea Ray reputation for luxury, leading-edge design.

Features

Lavish interior features two private staterooms, home-size galley with concealed appliances, electric Ultraleather salon sofa bed, premium entertainment system. Massive cockpit with wraparound seating boasts custom wet bar, sun pad atop jet-bike garage. Hull is fully cored.

Comments

Foldout boarding steps are a nice touch.

Performance

Cat 776hp-or 735hp GM-diesels cruise in the high 20s, top out in the low 30s.