Are you interested in making those weekend trips to Montauk, Block Island and Old Saybrook? This mid-cabin family cruiser you will give you a lot to like for those weekend cruises. The styling is crisp and the interior makes the most out of the available space. She has sleeping accommodations for four adults and two kids with a fwd double berth separated from the cabin with a privacy curtain, a mid-berth for two adults also separated from the cabin by a privacy curtain and a dinette that converts to a berth for two kids. She has good headroom and a full galley with a microwave, stovetop burner, sink and refrigerator and lots of cabin storage. Her fully enclosed bathroom has a vacu-flush head with macerator and holding tank, sink, vanity and pull-out shower. Up above she has a carpeted single level cockpit and plenty of seating for all your social functions with a captain’s style helm seat, a large companion L-shaped lounge seat, a double-wide stern facing seat on the port side that converts to a sunpad and a full width stern seat. She has a windlass, heat/AC, hydraulic trim tabs, dockside water hookup, shore power, cocktail table, wet bar with sink, swim platform with hot & cold shower, bimini top off the arch, drop down stern curtain and a full mooring cover. Electronics include Raymarine RL70C Radar//GPS/Chartplotter, Raymarine Ray 215 DSC VHF and an in-dash DF. She is powered by twin 220 HP Mercruiser 4.3L MPIs with 400 hours and she is equipped with a 5 kW Kohler genset with 400 hours.
If you would like more information regarding this 280 Sundancer and to schedule an appointment for an inspection, please contact her CPYB, Bruce McDonald of Brewer Yacht Sales at 631-987-9989 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boaters everywhere will cheer all 28 beautiful feet of the Sea Ray 280 Sundancer, from the stainless steel bow rail to the extended swim platform. The standard fiberglass sport spoiler only adds to her distinctive profile. With room to sleep six, she's just right for families who hate to leave the water when darkness falls.