Sea Ray SUNDANCER WITH TNT LIFT 1997 Boats – – Upgraded

Sea Ray SUNDANCER Boats are reviewed and their specifications are provided. The manufacturing year is 1997 and the boat is sold by Frank Gordon Yacht Sales for a price of Max Mile Range:199,000. The boat is equipped with Twin 420 hp CATERPILLAR diesels, which were newly replaced in 2003 and have approximately 400 hours of usage. It also comes with a complete Raymarine electronics package, including a new Raymarine C-80 chartplotter. The boat has a TNT lift, birdseye maple interior, and a canvas package. It has primarily been used in freshwater for only four months per year and is in like-new condition. The owner is motivated to sell.

The boat’s fuel is diesel and its hull material is fiberglass. It is powered by Caterpillar 3126TA engines. The boat has an overall length of 45 ft and the engines have accumulated 400 hours of usage. It is equipped with two engines.

For contact information, interested parties can reach out by phone at (800) 325-6015 or by fax at 954-525-6024. Please add a comment before contacting the owner of the boat and provide your email address. The owner will then reach out to you by email or phone.

In addition to the Sea Ray SUNDANCER Boats, there are other Sea Ray boats available – . Detailed information and pictures of the boats can be found on the website, which is a leader platform for buying and selling boats and yachts. All pictures displayed on the website are captured and received from the Manufacturers, and all information is regularly updated. If you are interested in other Sea Ray boat models, there are a total of 82,000 models available on the website.

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Michael Johnson
Michael Johnson
Hello there, fellow maritime enthusiasts! I'm Michael Johnson, your friendly editor here at Ever since I can remember, I've been drawn to the allure of the open sea and the beauty of sailboats gliding through the water. I guess you could say that my heart belongs to the waves. As an editor at, I have the incredible privilege of combining my love for sailing with my knack for attention to detail. Ensuring that our content is accurate, informative, and engaging is both a responsibility and a pleasure. Whether it's reviewing sailboat models, discussing maintenance techniques, or sharing tales of epic ocean adventures, I'm here to bring you the best of the maritime world.



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