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Sea Ray set to debut 400 Fly in Fort Lauderdale

Sea Ray will debut its new 400 Fly at the Nov. 5-9 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

Sea Ray will debut its new 400 Fly at the Nov. 5-9 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

The company also said it will hold an invitation-only VIP event on Nov. 5 at the show and will introduce the Sea Ray Owners Club, which it said is designed to “celebrate, connect and empower owners in a way that is unique in the marine industry.”

Sea Ray said earlier this month that it also will debut the 400 Sundancer at the show. Both boats will be available for viewing at Sea Ray’s on-water display at Bahia Mar Yachting Center alongside 10 other models.

“The new 400 Sundancer and 400 Fly represent a design approach focused on the customer experience, based on a deep understanding of how boaters interact with nature and with each other,” Sea Ray president Tim Schiek said in a statement. “Indoor space and outdoor space are used harmoniously in these beautiful new sport yachts. We’re excited to introduce them at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, a venue that draws customers from around the world.”

Sea Ray’s 400 Fly feature a large salon on the main deck that includes a galley-up and windows. Both the 400 Fly and the 400 Sundancer have living areas that open into two full-beam staterooms. Aft, the yachts offer an optional hydraulic swim platform with self-deploying boarding steps.

“These sport yachts deliver signature Sea Ray style and performance,” Schiek said. “They’re the kind of boats that draw people to the water and make them want to stay out longer.”

Other Sea Ray models on display in Fort Lauderdale will include the 350 Sundancer, the 350 SLX, the 470 Sundancer and the entire L-Class, which includes the L590, L590 Fly, L650 and L650 Fly. The 510 Sundancer, 510 Fly and 540 Sundancer also will be there.

Additional Sea Ray sport boat models will be on display at a MarineMax booth at the Broward County Convention Center, Booth 2016-A.

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