Sea Ray got it right, back in 1984, with the introduction of the 340 Sundancer, a roomy mid-cabin cruiser with sleeping space for three couples, and a smooth-riding deep-V hull. The Sundancer was considered a big boat in her day, and her blend of big-boat accommodations and an affordable price, struck a responsive chord with the boating public
Three floor-plans were offered during her production years; all with a private aft cabin and a forward stateroom open to the main cabin. The original layout was arranged with the dinette to starboard and a small galley and settee to port.
In 1986, Sea Ray came out with a more functional interior featuring a big U-shaped galley as well as an enlarged dinette.