Sea Ray is putting final touches on its Sundancer 320 Coupe Outboard, which is scheduled to make her premiere at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
The Sundancer 320 Coupe Outboard is an evolution of the Sundancer 320. It has a hardtop, a full windshield and side vent windows; a retracting canvas sunroof is an option.
“The Sundancer 320 Coupe Outboard illustrates the most recent enhancements and evolution of the Sundancer line,” Steve Langlais, Sea Ray’s president, stated in a press release. “We first introduced the Sundancer 320 in 2017. Today, our vision for the model continues to expand to blend the values of a cruiser and a bowrider, and now a coupe.”
Twin Mercury 350 Verado outboards are the standard power package. They come with Mercury’s Joystick Piloting at the helm. Also standard is a wet bar in the cockpit with an optional refrigerator and grill; a cabin with overnight accommodations for four people; and a head.
What electronics are at the helm? Dual displays with Mercury VesselView data, Simrad GO9 9-inch touchscreen displays, and Sea Ray Connect smart boat monitoring powered by Nautic-On.
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