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Sea Ray 400 Sundancer will make European debut in Germany

Sea Ray’s 400 Sundancer will make its European debut in January at the Dusseldorf International Boat Show.
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Sea Ray will debut its new 40-foot 400 Sundancer to European buyers in January at the Dusseldorf International Boat Show.

Sea Ray will debut its new 40-foot 400 Sundancer to European buyers in January at the Dusseldorf International Boat Show.

Sea Ray’s 400 Sundancer will make its European debut in January at the Dusseldorf International Boat Show.

“The new 400 Sundancer is all about comfortable socializing and relaxing, day and night,” Sea Ray Group president Tim Schiek said in a statement. “The focal point of the design is an expansive, single-level living space on the main deck.”

“This layout includes a convenient galley up, making it perfect for entertaining, while huge windows fill the space with an abundance of natural light,” Schiek said. “Yet the interior design also encourages warm and inviting nighttime gatherings. It’s truly a boat you can enjoy every hour of the day.”

Sea Ray’s display will be at Hall 9, D59, at the Jan. 23-31 show.

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