The first of several 300 Sundancer models to follow in later years, this was a pioneer boat for Sea Ray in the 1980s, a leading-edge design in her day that helped define the modern-day concept of Sea Ray’s hugely popular Sundancer series.
A good selling model (she was once the biggest boat in the Sea Ray fleet), the 300 Sundancer rides on a solid fiberglass deep-V hull, and her wide 11-foot beam results in a fairly spacious interior with berths for four adults and two kids.
The floor plan is arranged with double-berths fore and aft, and privacy curtains separate the fore and aft sleeping areas from the main cabin. An enclosed head includes a sink and shower, and two hanging lockers, offer adequate storage.
Overall, the early-grandmother decor is definitely a look into the past. Topside, the cockpit is dominated by an elevated double-helm seat that contains a flip-down, aft-facing jump seat in addition to a built-in refreshment center.
There are storage pockets under the gunnels, and a transom door was standard. Additional features include; a radar arch, teak bow pulpit, and a swim platform. The Sundancer will cruise in the mid-20s with twin 260 hp stern drives (35+ knots top).