Powerboat Guide correctly notes, "Long on styling and loaded with cruising amenities, the Sea Ray 400 Sundancer combines the key elements of an American express yacht including a large, comfortable cockpit and a spacious, well-appointed interior. She's built on a deep-V hull with a solid fiberglass bottom, moderate beam, and prop pockets to reduce the shaft angles of her V-drive engines.
The mid-cabin floorplan of the 400 Sundancer is arranged in the conventional manner with the owner's stateroom forward, an open galley in the main cabin, and a mid-cabin stateroom lounge with a privacy door. Note that there's a second head adjoining the mid cabin-a very desirable feature. The forward head has a stall shower, and the level fit and finish throughout is up to Sea Ray's impressive standards.
Topside, the helm console-with it's tiered instrument panel-is very well done. For engine access, the entire aft section of the cockpit sole raises up electrically without moving the aft seat. Fold-away boarding steps and a transom door are standard.
Few other express cruisers can match the 400 so it's no surprise that the design has been one of Sea Ray's most successful models and this particular example, owned by the same yachting family almost since new and just professionally detailed, shows very nicely inside and out.
She's also well equipped with the upgraded Cat 3116TA turbo diesels (which were just serviced and have very low time at about 1,200 hours) and gloss cherry interior, an updated (2012) Garmin color chartplotter with radar overlay, full isinglass enclosure (almost entirely new in 2017, this alone cost $15,000), an AWESOME custom stereo system (another $10,000) and new gel cel batteries (installed in mid-2017, I didn't have the heart to ask the seller how much more this was!) and was just hauled and bottom painted in September 2017, etc etc etc.
However, the real story here is location, location, location: she's lying in a potentially transferable downtown Sausalito slip; there's a long wait to get a slip here in Sausalito so this is a material benefit if you're able to take advantage...
Master stateroom forward and solid privacy door, head with VacuFlush head and separate shower. Aft to salon starboard with galley to port. Far aft is second stateroom that doubles as lounge area with privacy door and VacuFlush head.
Full galley with molded in sink with hot/cold pressure water, Nova Kool AC/DC refrigerator (recent), hot/cold pressure water, Kenyon three burner countertop cooktop. U Line ice maker (new) in cockpit. VacuFlush toilets in both heads.
Garmin GPS Map 5212 color chartplotter with radar overlay and depth sounder (2012) interfaced with Simrad AP26 autopilot (also 2012), Icom IC-M504 VHF radio. Clarion AM/FM/CD/MP3 stereo (installed in 2012, this is an AWESOME 1,500 watt 12 speaker custom stereo system!), two Westinghouse flatscreen TVs.
110V AC / 12V DC. Thirty amp shore power service, low time (780) on 7.5kW genset, five gel cel batteries (2017) in separate banks with parallel switch, plus dedicated genset starting battery.
Fiberglass hull with upgraded custom full aft deck enclosure (2014/2017) and bow pad with cover, just hauled and bottom painted late 2017. Lofrans electric windlass with anchor and ample rode.