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very choice we made while crafting our all-new 260 Sundeck favors carefree boating, so owners and their families can flat out have more fun. You just won't find game-changing features like built-in bow coolers, aft-facing transom seats, or non-slip swim platform inserts on deck boats from other brands.
You can have your cake and eat it too, aboard Sea Ray's 260 Sundeck. This deck delivers space and utility by subtle tweaks of line, rather than hanging a stern-drive on a floating rectangle. The bow is fuller than that of a bowrider's, the chine is lower, and the freeboard is higher. Yet the 260 boasts a sport-boat stance. Why? It has an aggressive stem rake flowing into a deep-V hull form that terminates in 21 degrees of transom deadrise, and a reversed sheer line that drops precipitously toward the waterline aft.
Evolution and refinement manifest themselves aboard the boat in more ways than just its trompe l'oeil aesthetics. The head is fiberglass-lined, drains and includes an opening port, a vanity and 4-foot-6-inch headroom. The folding armrests in the bow lounge provide great comfort, and a cooler is built in for convenience. The transom lounge is contoured to provide thigh and calf support. This opens on a locking strut, providing great access to the engine. Two big — I'm talking folding bikes and beach chairs — stowage lockers are in the sole. More subtly, the windshield walk-through latch automatically locks in the open position, the wet bar top is nonskid and rung with a fiddle rail, and access to wakeboard stowage is via a large hatch on the standard extended swim platform. Every hatch lid stands up without having to be held, and a pocket in the helm recesses the steering wheel's shaft bezel, providing six more inches of belly room for the skipper.
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