Neff Yacht Sales / Used 44 foot SEA RAY 400 Sundancer Cruiser - Lady Barb

SEA RAY 400 Sundancer

Lady Barb

1998 • 44' (13.51 m) • Cruiser
United States

$109,000 USD

1998 400 SEA RAY SUNDANCER - ALL FRESH WATER AND IN BRISTOL CONDITION!

Highlights include;

Twin Mercury Horizon 7.4L 380hp low hrs (692)

Westerbeke Generator- only 120 Hrs

Furuno Electronics- GPS, Chart plotter, auto pilot, radar,etc

Full Camper top with screens and custom made isinglass canvas covers to protect

Central vac

19" flat screen TV and 13" flat screen

Vacuflush Head

Norcold refrigerator and freezer

So much more!

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Vessel Information

Builder: SEA RAY
Model: 400 Sundancer
Model Year: 1998
Type: MotorBoat
Category: Cruiser
Sub Category: Express
Condition: Used

LOA: 44' (13.51 m)
Beam Feet: 0' (0.00 m)
Draft Feet: 0' (0.00 m)
Engine Info: 380 HP, Twin, Inboard, Gas/Petrol, Mercury
Staterooms: 2

Location: Grosse Ile, Michigan United States
City: Grosse Ile
Country: United States

Deck, Hull, and Superstructure

HULL CONTRUCTION:

Deep V hull with solid fiberglass bottom and hull sides
Prop pockets
Extended swim platform
19-degree dead rise at stern

MATERIAL:

Constructed of FRP and finished with bright white gel coat
Black and gold vinyl waterline accent hull
(2) Port lights on each side of bow

BULKHEADS & STRINGERS:

Bulkheads are plywood reinforced with fiberglass finished with gray gel coat
2 X 4 Vertical supports coated in grey gel
Grid system of fiberglass stringers (grey gel coat finish) run longitudinal and transverse to hull
Limber holes allowing water drainage to run to the keel

TRANSOM:

Extended swim platform constructed of FRP and finished in bright white gel coat

BILGE:

Finished in grey gel coat
Chain locker

DECK FITTINGS:

Stainless-steel stanchions and bow rails
(2) Stainless-steel stern cleats
Spring cleats and bow cleats
Stainless-steel grab rails
(3) Bomar hatches

SUPERSTRUCTURE:

The 400 Sundancer superstructure consists of the side and bow decks, and a slightly crowned cabin top area to allow for head room in the cabin. Constructed in FRP and finished in bright white gel coat. A radar arch of similar construction and matching finish is installed aft near the cockpit area, housing the ship's antennas.

AFT COCKPIT:

Large aft cockpit with U-shaped white vinyl seating for 6 - 8, with white cocktail table that can be stowed away for additional room.
Transom door to port
This area includes flip-out step pads to assist in stepping up to the side decks, hot and cold shower head to port, port side sink and U-Line icemaker.
Starboard aft is a storage locker

COCKPIT HELM AREA:

Located to starboard with captain chair. To the left of the captain's chair is additional beach seating for 2 - 3. The helm dash is finished in tan gel coat and simulated wood grain plastic bezel around the dash instruments. To port is a sliding door leading down to the cabins.

WINDSHIELD:

A curved windshield with stainless-steel frame surrounds the cockpit helm area and stretches from port to starboard of the radar arch. The center windshield panel electrically opens. Port and starboard windshield wipers.

CANVAS:

An extensive canvas system covers of stainless-steel tubing, tan canvas, clear strato glass panels, screen the aft cockpit and cockpit helm areas

Interior Layout

DESCRIPTION:

The port companionway steps lead tot he port side of the galley and main salon. Aft is the starboard and aft guest quarters. Forward and to port is the head.

Aft guest quarters double as a sitting area complimenting the salon, and easily converts to a sleeping area for two. The head is to starboard.

The main stateroom features a pedestal bed, storage locker and drawers with nearby head / bath. There is a sink vanity, VacuFlush head, and separate stall shower.

The starboard side seating area in the salon converts to a berth.

Natural light and ventilation is through port lights, window panels, and hatches.

GALLEY:

The galley is located to port and features lacquered cherry wood doors, drawers and panels.

Corian countertop
Kenyon 3-burner electric stove
Built-in blender
Hidden sink with Corian cutting board cover. Sink features a stainless-steel goose neck faucet with separate spray wand.
Princess microwave
Norcold refrigerator / freezer
Ample storage above and below countertop
Lazy susan unit

Propulsion

MAIN ENGINES:

Mercruiser 7.14L, 454 cubic-inch, V-8 engines, 380 hp

COOLING SYSTEM:

Raw water cooling system
Groco sea strainers

TRANSMISSIONS:

Velvet Drive, model 20-02-005, 2.50:1 ratio

Fuel System

FUEL TANKS:

Port and starboard aluminum fuel tanks outboard forward in engine space, 173-gallons each.
Fuel vents port and starboard
Fuel management valves located starboard forward bulkhead of engine space

Electrical System

(5) 12V batteries; (3) group 29 Interstate batteries; (2) group 29 Crown batteries
Main battery switches in aft port cockpit locker, along with secondary DC breaker panel
Monitor light for fresh water and holding tank
Switches for bilge blowers and remote start for generator at this panel
Pro Mariner 40-amp battery charger

SHORE POWER:

(2) Marinco 30-amp, 125-volt inlets located in stern lazarette

GENERATOR:

Westerbeke 3-cylinder generator, 7 kW, 120 hours

Fresh Water System

100-Gallons in high-impact plastic tank, located just forward of engine room bulkhead and accessed through aft stateroom.
Shur-Flow fresh water pump
Shur-Flow accumulator tank, .03 gallons
Dockside water available through transom lazarette
Attwood marine hot water heater tank

Sanitation

(2) VacuFlush toilets
USCG Type III 28-gallon black water holding tank, located in port aft engine space
Rule 800 pump and float switch

Steering

Sea Star hydraulic steering

Anchors

Fortress-type plow anchor with approximately 6 feet of galvanized chain and 200 feet of 1/2" nylon
Lofrans windlass

Electronics and Navigation Equipment

Furuno VHF / weather
Furuno Nav Net VX2 radar
Furuno Nav Net VX2 chart plotter
Furuno autohelm
Furuno speed / depth
Furuno VX2 fish finder / sonar
Ritchie 6" compass
VHF antenna, radar array, and AM/FM antenna

ENTERTAINMENT:

Clarion stereo in starboard cabinet in the forward main salon. Clarion speaker are throughout the cockpit and salon. The stereo can be remotely controlled at the helm.
Toshiba 19" flat screen TV mounted on starboard bulkhead, near master stateroom
Piva 136" flat screen TV in master stateroom

Safety Equipment (USCG)

(4) Type I PFD's
Kidde ABC fire extinguisher
Electric trumpet horns
Power exhaust blowers manually controlled from the helm and main electric panel in main salon
Nav lights

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