2010 Sea Ray 310 Sundancer

Location: Cape Coral, Florida, United States
Price: US $115,000.00
2010 Sea Ray Sundancer 310 CRUISER PURSUIT TIARA Regal COBALT gallon AXIUS
This is Used boat
Condition Used
Year 2010
Trailer Not Included
Make Sea Ray
Engine Type Twin Inboard/Outboard
Model 310 Sundancer
Engine Make Mercury Engine
Type Cruiser
Engine Model 5.0 M.P.I. AXUIS
Length (feet) 31
Primary Fuel Type Gas
Beam (feet) 9.5
Fuel Capacity 101 - 150 Gallons
Hull Material Fiberglass
For Sale By Dealer

 <a href=”http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/index.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash”> To view the showcase you need Flash 6 or higher.  Click here to Install it now.</a><br>–or–<br>  <a href=”http://stores.sellersourcebook.com/backwater-marine”>View Other Listings for backwater-marine</a>                2010 Sea Ray 310 Sundancer       You are bidding on a 2010 Sea Ray 310 Sundancer, powered by twin AXIUS Mercruiser 5.0 M.P.I. engines, with only 218 hours of use. This unit comes in to us in Super-Clean condition with very low hours, and fully loaded! Generator with only has 25 hours of use,  A/C, and much more… See NADA Options List! The most impressive option though is that this boat has the AXIUS with digital Sattilite Skyhook… This is a 30,000.00 upgraded factory option alone! Please watch the attached video we have provided to show how this amazing system works.  SEA RAY 310 SUNDANCER Test by: BOATING MAGAZINE You’ll be hardpressed to find a better midsized express cruiser than the Sea Ray 310 Sundancer. Sea Ray’s 310 Sundancer is so spanking new that we pulled major strings, and some major wool over competing magazine’s eyes, to get you the scoop. This is the third iteration of the 310 Sundancer I’ve evaluated since 1997-and it’s hot. Inventive seating gives the 310 Sundancer flexible amenities, allowing you to entertain or cruise with convenience. Stoutly constructed and rigged for easy service and good reliability, it should prove to be a hassle-free boat to run and own. I found lots of other plusses aboard the 310 Sundancer. It boasts grabhandles everywhere, there’s a galvanic isolator to inhibit corrosion of the throughhull fittings, and the remarkably vapor-tight design of the bulkhead that separates the engines from the cabin has even impressed ABYC officials. Sea Ray also hardwired the carbon monoxide detector to the generator so that if the CO detector fails, or is shut off inadvertently, the genset won’t start. Plus, the generator is a costlier low-CO model. ****It’s easy to get a six-ton boat with a deep-V hull to jump up and run-use mega horsepower. It’s more impressive to get brisk acceleration and a speedy top end with only a pair of small-block V-8s. The 310 Sundancer’s twin 260-hp MerCruiser 5.0L MAG DTS Seacore Bravo Three stern drives had me hurtling along in excess of 45 mph with surprising ease. Certainly, 600 ponies is no small herd, but there’s more a-hoof here. The 310 Sundancer is a product of Sea Ray’s massive engineering and product development, the industry’s most extensive. Five-axis routers are used to carve the plugs from which the hull molds are made. Proprietary CAD/CAM software, in conjunction with a slew of protractor-slinging engineering geeks, ensures that everything from weight distribution to the impossible-tosee subtleties of hull shape are tweaked to glean the most get-up-and-go from each iota of power. Grab the levers. Don’t be tentative. Push those electronic controls down like you mean it and get the engines turning 3000 rpm as fast as you can. I noticed no excessive slip, cavitation, or ventilation. The result was a smooth, quick transition from idle to going good. From there press down some more-you’ll find acceleration on tap. The 310 Sundancer didn’t require much drive trim: just a hair will lift the bow enough to get the ride feeling sporty and controlled. Because of that, I didn’t gripe too loud about the hydraulic trim tabs; however, electric ones would respond quicker. Visibility from the helm was good in all directions at all speeds. While standing, I did feel some noticeable wind blast with the canvas down. After we put the canvas up, there wasn’t a breath of it to be found inside the enclosure. In addition to being snapped to the windshield and the standard radar arch (“sport spoiler,” in Sea Ray’s parlance), a closer look revealed a tubular gasket affixed to the canvas above the snaps. Not only does this gasket fill the inevitable gaps in even the best new canvas, but as the fabric and frame age, it’ll continue to help thwart rain and spray. The 310 Sundancer’s helm bench contributes largely to the good visibility and ergonomics I experienced while running and docking, thanks to the generous amount of travel incorporated into its foreand- aft adjustability. But this doublewide bench is part of a larger theme, one I’ve seen implemented and improved upon during the last two years aboard several Sea Ray models. Let’s call it using the same space for two purposes. Aboard the 310 Sundancer, there are five key spots in which this occurs and the helm bench is one of them. First, there’s a driver’s seat with room for your mate. But dockside, release a catch and it swivels around to face the cockpit and those seated at the L-shaped aft lounge. But look quick. That lounge changes shape and purpose as easily as the helm bench. A good tug releases the backrest, allowing it to lie flat and form a sunlounge. (That it does so while retaining a lazarette for stowage is cool.) Other boats have aft lounges with fold-out backrests. I haven’t seen one yet that uses the other leg of the “L” the way Sea Ray does aboard the 310 Sundancer. Pull open the stowage drawer under the seat’s base. It rests securely on the cockpit sole. Now insert the cushion from the lounge and you have a cockpit dinette, allowing guests to sit around the table facing each other. And you don’t lose the stowage space in the drawer when it’s used as a seat base. There’s plenty of room, despite the proximity of the wetbar just opposite. The fourth place multiple uses are gotten from one space is in the cabin. Here, Sea Ray installed a mini-dinette opposite the galley. This converts to a single sleeper, but I’d leave it erected, as it’s a great place to sit, enjoy a cool one, read Boating, check your Blackberry, or just watch the light change while swinging at anchor. This dinette is in addition to the traditional table for the convertible V-berth, also standard. As a bed, you can’t beat this berth for size: I taped it at 6’5″-by-6’5″. Huge. The cabin’s standard maple sole complements its hardwood cabinetry. A foredeck skylight, plus hatches and ports, allow gobs of light. The head is equipped with a vacuum-flush commode, not a cheaper, water-wasting “electric head” that other builders often foist on us. The galley sink is large, and just as important, it’s vertical sided. Ever wondered what happens to one of those chi-chi bowl sinks when it’s half full and a wake rocks your slip or anchorage? Yep, from performance and efficiency to amenities and equipment, Sea Ray’s 310 Sundancer embodies the best of everything-including the kitchen sink.             2010 Sea Ray Boats   310 SUNDANCER  NADAGUIDES BOAT PRICING        Suggested List PriceLow RetailAverage Retail Base Price $179,500 $82,150 $93,100 Axius with Skyhook (ADDED)   $20,000 $24000 Bimini Top   $315 $360 Bow Cover   $285 $325 Bridge Enclosure   $2,920 $3,320 Salon Enclosures   $765 $870 Fish Finder w/GPS – Max Depth 3000′ (Color screen over 5″)   $1,155 $1,315 Inverter / Charger – 2500w   $940 $1,070 Radar Arch   $1,445 $1,640 Radio / 25 Watt VHF – Fixed Mount   $295 $335 DVD Player   $225 $255 Flat Panel T.V. 20″ – 29″   $260 $295 Stereo – AM/FM/CD/Aux Plug-in/Satellite Ready w/4 speakers   $430 $470 Microwave Oven   $210 $240 Pressure Water System   $165 $190 Range – Electric   $675 $765 Refrigerator – AC/DC – 6 cu. ft.   $600 $680 Refrigerator / Freezer 10 cu. ft.   $1,065 $1,210 Water Heater – 6 Gallon   $230 $260 Air Conditioning – Self Contained – 12,000btu   $1,090 $1,240 Batteries – Dual w/Switch   $175 $200 Dual-Prop – Twin   $2,770 $3,150 Fire Ext. 100 – 200 cu. ft.   $240 $275 Flooring – Snap In/Out Carpet   $230 $260 Fuel Injection   $705 $800 Generator / 5 KW – Gas   $3,005 $3,415 Propeller / Stainless Steel (3-Blade)   $310 $355 Propeller / Stainless Steel (4-Blade)   $480 $545 Spotlight – Remote Control   $220 $250 Vacuum Flush Head – w/Holding Tank & Pump Out   $1,340 $1,520 Windlass – Boats 31′ – 45′   $1,095 $1,245 Transom Shower – Hot & Cold   $180 $205 TOTAL PRICE: $179,500 $125,970 $142,160     See my other listings for more great items!       By placing a bid, you are agreeing to the following payment terms. You are responsible for all taxes, title and registration fees that your state may charge. A NON REFUNDABLE Deposit of $500.00 to be paid or sent within 48 hours at close of auction and is to be paid by Cashiers Check, Paypal or Cash in person. **Deposit ONLY can be paid through Paypal** The Balance is to be paid in full within 7 days at close of auction, Bank Wire Transfer, Cash in person or Cashiers Check, cashiers check must clear our bank before boat leaves premises, this means if you plan to pick the boat up when the banks are closed please bring cash in person.   Boat is to be picked up as soon as possible unless other arrangements are made, although payment terms are FIRM as mentioned above. Boats must be picked up within 30 days or storage rates will apply.  txzj pxzj3530 txzj41 txzj93

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