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The first in a series of 31-foot Sundancer models Sea Ray has built over the years, the 310 Sundancer is a wide-beam family cruiser with a roomy midcabin interior and a very spacious cockpit. Notably, she was one of the larger boats in the Sea Ray fleet during her production years. Built on a solid fiberglass hull, the interior of the 310 was among the largest to be found in a boat this size during the early 1980s. Originally arranged with a bulkhead separating the forward stateroom from the salon, the interior was completely revised in 1983 when Sea Ray eliminated the cabin bulkhead and introduced a more open (and even more spacious) layout. There are sleeping accommodations for six with either configurationfour adults and two kidsalong with an enclosed, standup head and a full galley. The cockpit seating is a little unusual: a double-wide passenger seat with fold-down aft-facing jump seats resides in the center of the cockpit, just behind the helm. Note the absence of a transom door. Among several engine choices, twin 350hp gas inboards cruise the Sea Ray 310 Sundancer around 20 knots with a top speed in the neighborhood of 30 knots.
Overview Early-generation Sea Ray cruiser offered 1980s style, comfort, performance at a competitive price.
Features Highlights include wide 12-foot beam, bow pulpit, aft-facing cockpit seats, windshield vents, teak exterior trim, swim platform. Original interior has bulkhead separating forward stateroom from salon; revised floorplan in 1983 eliminated the bulkhead in favor of a more open layout. Deep-V hull can handle a chop.
Comments No transom door; side decks are narrow.
Performance Twin 350hp gas inboards will cruise at 20 knots with a top speed of 30 knots.