Sea Ray is introducing an outboard version of its popular Sundancer model line at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) and provided key dealers and customers with an advanced look over the weekend in Miami.
The Sundancer 320 Coupe Outboard, according to a company release, “combines the values of a cruiser, bowrider and coupe,” featuring a “sleek hardtop with a full windshield and electrically actuated opening side vent windows. It is also available with a retracting canvas sunroof option.”
The vessel is powered by twin Mercury 350 Verado engines with Joystick Piloting, Dual Digital Dash displays with Mercury VesselView Link Data, Simrad GO9 9-inch touchscreen displays and Sea Ray Connect smart boat monitoring powered by NAUTIC-ON.
Sea Ray calls the new model “ideal for day trips or overnight stays”, with berthing for four and “relaxing interior spaces”, fully utilising the on-board space with three entertainment zones, and “a natural flow from the helm all the way through the transom and onto the integrated swim platform”.