Sea Ray's 48 Sundancer was a redesign of the 460 Sundancer completed in 2005. Fifteen years later, the look and lines of this 2007 48 Sundancer are still exciting and sexy. This boat continues to turn heads and impress all lookers with its style and class.
The full windshield is outfitted with a unique, electric vent system that allows for an unbroken line from deck to roof plus a sleek hardtop with two extra-large sunroof hatches. With glass on three sides and canvas down, the cockpit a/c is impressive in cooling off the hottest days.
A tremendous feature of the 48 Sundancer is its ability to eliminate the cavelike feel in the salon - a characteristic of many express-style boats. With it's side windows and skylight in the forward end of the cabin, the cavelike feeling endemic to express cruisers is gone, and you now feel like you really want to spend some time in the salon.
We can go on and on about the 48 Sundancer's greatness, but we know you want to see pictures and visit it personally. This boat has been very well maintained and has been inspected by a Sea Ray official. All Cummins engine work has been performed. She runs like a champ and with only 547 hours on the mains and 1044 hours on the genny, she has hundreds and hundreds of hours ahead of her.
Many items have been upgraded and repaired over the years from hoses to toilet guts, pumps, televisions, stereo amp and speakers, and strataglass in canvas. The master stateroom mattress was replaced in 2019. Also, not clear in images but this vessel does have the hydraulic swim platform.
This is going to be an outstanding vessel for the next owner. Stop by and check her out if you're in Baltimore. She's visible from anywhere in the Inner Harbor.
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