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Sea Ray 60 Sundancer; 610 Sundancer

Specifications

Name: 60 Sundancer; 610 Sundancer
Length: 61'6"
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: 55,700#
Fuel Capacity: 900 gals.
Model Years: 2006—2012
Draft: 4'2"
Beam: 16'9"
Water Capacity: 200 gals.
Waste Capacity: 70 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
Sea Ray owns the U.S. market for big express yachts these days, and the 60 Sundancer (called the 610 Sundancer in 2010–12) is a great example of the Sea Ray magic. With her bold styling and lush accommodations, the 60 Sundancer was the best-selling yacht in her class for several years. As might be expected, the feature list is endless. Prominent among them is a fully enclosed pilothouse with twin overhead sunroofs, facing leather settees, and panoramic views of the water. Below, the Sundancer’s lower salon—with nearly to 7 feet of headroom—features a curved settee with dining table to port and hardwood flooring throughout. Across from the settee, the huge galley includes a serving country, high-gloss cherry cabinets, and granite counters. The master stateroom with settee, queen berth, and private head is amidships, and the VIP stateroom with island queen berth and private access to the day head is forward. A smaller stateroom with over/under berths is forward of the galley. Crew quarters for two are aft. Note the washer/dryer cabinet near the companionway. The Sundancer’s hydraulic swim platform can stow a tender or PWC. MAN 1100hp V-drive diesels cruise at 26–28 knots (low 30s top).

Overview

Elegant sportyacht—flagship of today’s Sea Ray fleet—combines unsurpassed luxury with bold styling, top-shelf construction.

Features

Opulent three-stateroom interior includes full-beam owner’s suite, enclosed pilothouse, state-of-the-art helm. Small crew cabin with transom entry is optional. Swim platform can stow tender, PWC. Bow/stern thrusters, twin sunroofs, cockpit grill are standard.

Comments

Exemplary fit and finish justifies high price.

Performance

MAN 1,100hp V-drive diesels cruise at a fast 28 knots (33–34 knots top).