The 48 Sea Ray gorgeous curves and aerodynamic profile are sure to attract your attention!
Through the years Sea Ray's Sundancer line couldn't help but influence the direction of the American express cruiser market. Sea Ray committed more than a catchy nameplate to maintaining the WANTS of its customers. It is no surprise that the distinctive 48 Sea Ray Sundancer is still an excellent Cruiser with an attitude towards forward styling and great live aboard accommodations Sea Ray's modus operandi …The 48 Sea Ray was the first new boat design to reflect this creative combination.
The 48 features a semi-enclosed helm design-a first in the Sundancer line. According to Sea Ray, the one thing its owners have always shared is distaste for fussing with isinglass and canvas. Recognizing that most folks use boats in this class with canvas tops in place, Sea Ray made fiberglass hardtops a standard feature on many of its designs several years ago. Completing the enclosure with glass seems a natural progression. The inclusion of full GLASS was a new approach to Sea Ray's windscreen design; here too the result is quite pleasing. The curved windscreen with the rakish window line plays a significant role in the 48's profile The 48's sweeping sheer drops almost to the water aft, extending what seems to be the popular trend of blurring the distinction between superstructure and hull side. The bridge and cockpit layout include an adjustable helm and companion seat that pivot’s 90 degrees as a unit this, together with seating to port, creates a helm-level lounge area. Teak steps lead below to the main cabin. An L-shaped settee faces a high-low table and an entertainment center with a flat-screen TV. The galley area has a cook-top and a microwave-convection oven. The salon sole is the hardwood. The forward stateroom's island berth has an innerspring mattress and separate head and shower compartments. A mid-stateroom with a head is positioned aft of the companionway.
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