A nice example of an older Sea Ray 300 Sundancer. This design has stood the test of time. Starting aft is an ample swim pad and swim ladder. Walking through the transom door is the aft cockpit. There seating both on the transom but also behind the helm. The seating behind the helm was removed for the photos so we could gain access to the engines. Speaking of the engines, the boat was re-powered in 2004 and only have 37 hours on them. There is also a generator in the engine compartment. For those familiar with a Sea Ray helm layout, you will feel right at home. Well designed with easy to ...