Beauty and Power is everything we desire in life and now we can have both in 41 Sea Ray Sundancer. A force to be reckoned with while behind the wheel as her twin diesel Caterpillars propel her through the water like a smooth operator. She slices her way through the waves very much like larger boats do but with the control you would expect from Sea Ray. While helming the sea eight of your guests can comfortably socialize behind forward-tilted radar arch, in addition to another four, including the skipper, who gets his own bolster-style seat that converts to a comfortable, behind-the-knee leaning post when the action gets too exciting for sitting.
A unique insight into Sea Ray engineers is that they have to be boaters and not just interior designers, they have to know form and function. They have not only delivered but executed this herculean task phenomenally well with the cabin of the 41 Sundancer. As you venture in you immediately notice the well crafted and designed galley, with three-burner electric stove on port which invites and michelin star or rookie chef to cook up a storm. To go with the three burner stove you have the galley's two best friends an ice maker and a flush style fried with freezer that you wouldn't know that it is there without someone pointing it out. A clever a proud moment for the designers is a sliding partition that transforms a section of the saloon into a cozy starboard cabin that accommodates two quite well, while another couple can share the convertible sofa. The encompassing master stateroom with, full length mirrors, queen size island bed and hanging lockers makes you feel like royalty close by. The most unique aspect of all of this might be the head with its stand-up shower enclosed by a clear sliding door, which is accessible via separate doors from both the master and saloon creating the effect of grandeur. Of course the entire cabin has central A/C to keep you comfortable in any climate.
The Caterpillar engines have been complete rebuilt, the port now only having 5 hours while the starboard 1900hrs. Along with a completely new instrument panel was installed as well as wheel. The fridge is not working as hard as it should and is on the fritz. The owner has also opted for hardwood flooring to add to the opulence and elegance for the Sundancer.
If you are interested in a showing, sea trial, or have any other questions please reach out and ask for Doug Sellers.