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Recent upgrades not shown in photos - 3 new TV’s and a 12” Garmin added at helm in place of one of the E-120’s.
Well maintained Cummins diesel 420 with very low hours (662). Cockpit AC, newer generator with electronic diagnostics and display (308.5 hours), cockpit carpet, bow pad, cockpit upholstery is in good shape, enclosure glass is very nice and clear. All forward facing eisenglass has zip open windows, 3 piece slant back with eisenglass and velcro on canvas pieces to keep the sun out. Vetus bow thruster, twin Raymarine MFD displays, open array radar, autopilot. Newer Isotherm ice maker in cockpit. Extensive service records.
This vessel was very recently purchased and the owner has changed his mind on future plans. Recent survey is available.
Boat is located at Gulf Harbour Marina in Fort Myers. Dockage is available.
Sleek styling, a large, comfortable cockpit and a luxurious interior that sleeps plenty are just the right formula for endless fun in the new 420 Sundancer. A wealth of instrumentation and information is at the captain's fingertips. The beautiful, yet efficient, galley includes a host of conveniences that will make each on-the-water excursion thoroughly enjoyable.
Yet another Sea Ray sales success story, the 420 Sundancer (called the 44 Sundancer in 2006–08) set the gold standard for express yacht styling and luxury during her production years. Indeed, her muscular lines compared well with the best Mediterranean sportcruisers of her era, and a large cockpit and spacious interior made many of her European counterparts seem small in comparison. Built on a deep-V hull with prop pockets and a relatively wide 14-foot beam, the luxurious two-stateroom, two-head floor-plan of the 420 Sundancer is an impressive blend of high-gloss cherry joinery, Ultra-leather seating, and designer fabrics. Privacy doors (not curtains) separate both staterooms from the salon, and the Sundancer’s full-service galley includes an under-counter refrigerator/freezer in addition to Corian counters and hardwood flooring. Topside, a flip-up bolster seat is standard at the helm, and the entire cockpit sole can be raised at the push of a button for engine access. Note the extended swim platform, split forward head, and underwater exhaust system.