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Sea Ray Sundancer 2000

2000 Sea Ray Sundancer

Offered is 2000 SeaRay 310 Sundancer This Yacht is in nearly new operating condition. New Engines and transmissions. (Not remanufactured). New Props and Standby Props. New Shafts, Rudder Packing, New Shaft Seals, All new Exhaust Manifolds and Risers, New Water heater, New A/C and A/C Pump. New duck bill replacements for Head System, New Bottom paint, New Interior hull paint, New Interstate batteries, Complete compound buffing and wax, New Speakers and subwoofer for sound system, New, T.V. , New Carpet in rear deck. New Honda 3500 watt Inverter Generator that is mounted in engine bay with exhaust cooling. Yacht has been maintained with an open checkbook. Speed tops at 32Mph averages 25Mph. We do use this every other week so times will change on hour meter. Yacht comes with Everything you need to carry up to 12 passengers, cook out, spend the night on the water. Sleeps 4 adults and 2 children. Reason for Selling. Family just does not use it enough. Numerous purchase options Owner is willing to finance to the right person. $30,000 down 972.22 per month for 36 months Will trade to a smaller fishing size boat / cash to offset price Willing to trade possible Porsche or ferrari Willing to Possibly Trade for the right RV

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