The Sea Ray 330 / 350 Sundancer V-Drive was called the 330 Sundancer in 2008-09, and rebadged to the 350 Sundancer model in 2010 when the 350 became the 370. (Sea Ray doesn't make this stuff easy.) Simply, she's 35ft of a luxury sports cruiser.
Easy access to the vessel from the stern swim platform, an area often overlooked, the designers at Sea Ray decided to add a foldaway bench seat in the transom compartment, this is the ideal space to kick back and watch the day go by, perfect to keep an eye on the young ones playing in the water or waiting for that elusive bite! This area has also been appointed with a stainless steel staple rail, fender holders, outboard bracket, rod holders and low down stereo speakers.
Stepping through the transom door on the port side, you enter the entertainer cockpit, with ideal u-shaped seating for dinner and drinks to starboard and opposite, the cockpit is equipped with a full wet bar/cooking area, with fridge, sink and electric BBQ. Moving forwards, Sea Ray has laid out the forward area of the cockpit with a proper third seat on the port side and a double helm chair with flip-up bolsters. The upholstery throughout is in great condition and Sea Ray have chosen colours that still feel modern to this day. The helm itself is equipped with a touchscreen Garmin GPS unit, Clarion stereo controls, Mercury digital engine screen, VHF radio, and neat push-button controls for lights, bilges, etc. The foredeck is easily accessible via either the large steps built into the companionway door or via the large side decks. The foredeck is extremely spacious, with high s/s bow rails and fender holders, centred is two large daybeds which either lay flat or flip-up for more of a lounge seating, fantastic whilst cruising along taking it all in.
Returning to the cockpit and through the wide companionway door, you enter the open-plan interior. Immediately aft is Sea Ray's "conversation pit" which also converts into a double berth. Midway through the saloon the galley is to starboard with all the modern essentials, and the lounge to starboard can convert to an additional berth when required, the double berth in the bow of the vessel is large and hosts storage cupboards all around, the bed is also motorized to convert to a lounge and give more floor space in the saloon area. The interior is air-conditioned and the generator allows 240v power to the vessel whilst at anchor.
This Sea Ray 330 Sundancer is equipped with 8.1l Mercruiser, shaft drive engines. They boast a great service history and only 170hours. Manifolds and Risers were replaced in 2019.