Mount Airy, MD
The 240 Sundancer is a grand first step into Sea Ray's world-renowned family of raised helm, mid-cabin stateroom designed cruisers. The ingenious cabin layout encompasses plentiful storage. Outside, the functional cockpit is designed for versatility and entertainment for fun while docked, anchored out, or underway. At first glance she may appear as a large-scale cruiser, but she's still trailerable with an 8' 6" beam.
The 5.7L 350 MPI V-8 MERCRUISER generates 300 HP. The engine uses a Closed Cooling System and has the Mercury SmartCraft System which provides information on dozens of engine diagnostics, including RPM, fuel flow and management, critical temperature readings, speed, and engine trim. There are less than 240 hours on the engine and outsrive. It has GPS, VHF Radio, AM/FM Stereo CD with auxillary audio input and SIRRUS radio, depth finder, microwave oven, refrigerator, snap in/out deck carpet, tilt steering, hydraulic trim tabs, pump out porta potty, two Bimini tops, cockpit cover, and camper canvas. The cabin is capable of sleeping four, two in the v-hull and two in the space below the deck.
There is no trailer and the boat has been dry sailed since I purchased it.
The boat does not have air conditioning.
I have the service records all the way back through the original owner. I had the bellows replaced in June 2016 as a precaution since I didn't see anything in the records about them being replaced. The gimbal bearing and U-joint in the outdrive had to be replaced in June 2017. I had the boat professionally winterized and serviced every fall, including changing the engine oil and the outdrive oil, no matter how few hours we put on the boat during the summer. The boat sat on a cradle under a winter cover in the off season.
The previous owner painted the hull below the water line and it could be repainted just to make it look better, but since I dry sailed, painting wasn't necessary. The Bravo III outdrive has some pitting due to the "galvanic corrosion" common with all Bravo III outdrives with stainless steel props, but again, since I dry sailed, it didn't get any worse.
Interested parties should contact me only through the Boat Trader website.