|Liegeplatz||Port Lambton, Ontario, Kanada|
|Länge über alles||9.04 m|
|Aufkimmung am Heck||21°|
|Motoren - Standort||Backbord|
|Motoren - Standort||Steuerbord|
Large freshwater pocket cruiser with twin engines and extra-large cockpit area.
(Current location: Port Lambton, ON) A popular model, the sporty appearance of the Sea Ray 290 Sundancer went a long way toward ensuring her success in what is arguably the most competitive segment of the mid-cabin cruiser market. Bold styling aside, the 290 Sundancer also scored with the fine finish and attractive furnishings Sea Ray is known for. Built on a deep-V hull the Sundancer’s accommodations are as practical as they are comfortable. Her expansive cockpit—less crowded than most, but with less seating as well—includes a wet bar with sink, and drink holders. A large transom storage locker provides space for lines, fenders and shore power cables, and the forward-facing radar arch adds much to the 290’s stylish lines. Below decks, the well-appointed interior with an innovative double berth forward easily converts into an aft-facing settee, and privacy curtains separate the fore and aft berths from the main cabin.
Check out her full list of features below:
- Powered by twin 5.7L MerCruiser, 260 HP engines with only 660 hours and twin MerCruiser Bravo III sterndrives with duoprops.
- Trim Tabs
- Windlass with foot controls at bow and main control at helm
- Raymarine I385 Fish Finder
- Lowrance Elite-5 chartplotter
- Digital depth gauge
- Uniden UM 380 marine VHF radio
- Integrated swim platform with concealed boarding/swimming ladder
- Walk-through transom with large storage locker
- Roomy aft cockpit with wet bar sink
- Power-vent windshield
- Double wide helm seat with flip-up bolster and port side lounger
- Bimini top with full camper canvas
- Full galley with sink, fridge/freezer, 2 burner stove top and microwave oven
- Fully enclosed Vacuflush head with sink and shower
- Convertible dinette that converts to a large vee-birth for two
- Mid cabin with double bed
And much, more!
Manufacturer Provided Description
With its Arctic white gelcoat, stylish graphics package, lustrous burl wood accents and a fiberglass sport spoiler, it's easy to fall for the Sea Ray 290 Sundancer based on looks alone. But to make sure it's just as appealing from a practical standpoint, Sea Ray included a wealth of operational systems. Consider just the short list: automatic bilge pump, electric bilge blower, power steering, power tilt and trim, Lowrance 3500 digital depth finder, dockside power, even a freshwater washdown with cockpit shower, and concealed dockside water inlet. The large, extended swim platform and transom door makes it easy to board from the dock or the water, especially since the stainless steel swim ladder can be stowed away in its own dedicated compartment. The 290 Sundancer has a powerful standard engine package - twin 4.3L Bravo II MCM stern drives with 190 horsepower to get away from it all, fast. An upgraded list of gas-powered twin and diesel stern drive options are also available for the 2000 model year. The cockpit on the Sea Ray 290 Sundancer was designed for maximum efficiency with features like a self-bailing fiberglass cockpit liner, full instrumentation with weatherproof switches and circuit breaker panel, a high water bilge pump and alarm system at the helm, a covered chart tray forward of helm and a curved, tinted windshield with power vent. Functionality aside, the cockpit was also clearly built for all-day fun with room for family and friends to travel in style. The seating arrangement offers a double helm seat with flip-up thigh-rise bolster for dual driving positions. The aft-facing seat has a storage compartment built into its base. For sun seekers, there's a portside sun lounger that's well cushioned and well within reach of the cockpit wet bar that has its own cooler and faucet. To gain even more space for sunning, an optional aft cockpit table that converts into a sunpad can be added. Finally, the aft bench seat in the stern folds neatly away for easy access to the engine when the gas-assisted hatch is raised. Inside, the spacious cabin of the Sea Ray 290 Sundancer has a four-person dinette that easily converts to extra sleeping space when not in use. There's also a roomy forward V-berth for a comfortable night's rest. Push aside the privacy curtain, set up the stowable V-berth table, toss on the standard throw pillows and there's the perfect conversation area. The cabin area has three deck hatches with screens and sky screen covers, four opening portlights, and four hull windows to keep it light and provide plenty of fresh air. In the mid stateroom, a double bunk provides perfect guest quarters with mirrored bulkheads, a storage cabinet, and a curved sliding window with screen. The 290 Sundancer also features deep stain-resistant 40-ounce carpet, and a Clarion AM-FM digital cassette stereo with amplifier, six speakers and cockpit remote control to further enhance the environment. Durable, easy-to-clean molded fiberglass is used in the galley countertop and sink area with 6' 3” headroom. Sea Ray included all the necessities like a standard dual-voltage refrigerator, recessed two-burner electric stove, a microwave oven and more. The head and vanity feature a full fiberglass enclosed standup head with a shower and curtain, power vent and a VacuFlush toilet with fiberglass settee lid. There's even a water heater and a standard carbon monoxide monitor to complete the list of cabin amenities.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.