40′ – 2006 Sea Ray 40 Sundancer
2006 Sea Ray 40 Sundancer is notable for her sleek styling and distinctive fiberglass hardtop.
Sea Ray has been building top-quality family cruisers since the 1980s, and the company has long been known for its cutting-edge styling. Built on a deep-V hull with prop pockets and a solid fiberglass bottom, the lavish interior of the 390 Sundancer is a blend of highgloss cherrywood cabinets, Ultraleather upholstery, and vinyl wall coverings.
A flat-screen TV is built in above the galley countertop, and by splitting the head into two compartments—toilet to port and shower to starboard—the salon dimensions are those of a slightly larger boat. For privacy, a sliding door separates the master stateroom from the salon.
The 390/40’s cockpit is similar to other Sundancer layouts with a U-shaped seating area aft, flipup helm seat, and Corian-topped wet bar with sink and faucet. The entire cockpit sole can be raised on hydraulic rams for access to the engines. With standard 370hp V-drive gas engines she’ll cruise in the low 20s (about 30 knots top).