Some find it hard to disconnect, but it’s easy when a Sea Ray Sundancer 320 is your escape plan. Cast off and chase relaxation with the mobile pampering that a Sea Ray sport cruiser offers. Social zones in the cockpit, on the bow or swim platform, in the salon or mid-cabin—all around the boat—help your whole crew settle into conversation and ease into the relief of letting go. Leave the everyday behind for the better day ahead.
The Sundancer 320 presents a bold vision for sport cruising by blending the values of a cruiser and a bowrider in one compelling package. Making its world premiere at the Miami International Boat Show, the Sundancer 320 provides boaters an exciting new way to enjoy the water with family and friends.
The Sundancer 320 maximizes the use of onboard space through a reexamination of deck architecture, with three primary entertainment zones. First, the traditional bow sunpad has evolved into a much more robust lounge seating area, inviting a group to socialize and enjoy the view. The best part? The bow can be fully enjoyed while underway. Actuated headrests, armrests and seats allow users to adjust for perfect comfort, with a stowable table conveniently in reach. A bow sunshade extends over the area to offer protection from the sun while at rest.
Meanwhile, the cockpit affords effortless, versatile enjoyment of the water, with a natural flow from the helm all the way through the transom and onto the integrated swim platform. A reversible helm companion seat converts to face aft, facilitating conversation with the rest of the cockpit. A well-equipped standard wet bar includes a sink and storage, and offers a refrigerator and grill as options. Throughout, refined finishes demonstrate Sea Ray’s dedication to craftsmanship and elegance. Aft, enjoy comfortable cockpit seating and ample storage space in the transom. Or, boaters can choose the optional sungate layout to gain a large sunpad, affording great views of the water and a prime spot to relax and soak up rays. Cleverly concealed storage underneath the sunpad holds fenders, lines or water toys.