Sea Ray set to debut Sundancer 320 in Miami

Sea Ray’s Sundancer 320 will make its world premiere Feb. 16-20 at the Miami International Boat Show on Virginia Key.
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Sea Ray said the new Sundancer 320 blends a cruiser and bowrider into a single boat.

Sea Ray said the new Sundancer 320 blends a cruiser and bowrider into a single boat.

Sea Ray’s Sundancer 320 will make its world premiere Feb. 16-20 at the Miami International Boat Show on Virginia Key.

Blending cruiser and bowrider into one package, the 320 has three primary entertainment zones.

“The Sundancer 320 will reinvent the cruising market,”  Sea Ray president and general manager of sport boats and sport cruisers Brad Anderson said in a statement. “It’s a reimagining of the sport cruiser, offering more usable outdoor space than ever, while maintaining the iconic good looks, impressive performance and overnighting capabilities that our customers have always looked to the Sundancer series to provide.”

The bow sun pad has evolved into a lounge seating area that can be used while underway.

A reversible helm companion seat converts to face aft to facilitate conversation with the rest of the cockpit, and a standard wet bar includes a sink and storage, and offers a refrigerator and grill as options.

Aft is cockpit seating and storage space in the transom.

The boat also features a cabin with sleeping accommodations for four.

In the aft berth, two sliding twin beds can be combined to form a queen-sized bed. In the forward V-berth, a wood table converts via filler cushion to form a full-sized bed.

A head, galley with extending countertops, flat-screen TV and storage space are also features of the space.

“The Sundancer 320 is at the cutting edge of the cruiser market, offering a unique product for consumers to maximize their time on the water,” Anderson said. “The Sundancer 320 offers the best of both worlds — day boating and cabin cruising — by expanding on the strengths of both, rather than compromising anywhere. The boat demonstrates incredible harmony of design and function. We are thrilled to begin a new chapter in the evolution of the Sundancer series.”

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