2005 Sea Ray 260 Sundancer

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Make
Sea Ray
Type
Powerboats
Model
260 Sundancer
Length
28'
Hull material
Fiberglass
Year
2005
Class
Cruisers 1
Fuel type
Gas
Engine type
inboard
Name
Sea Ray 260 Sundancer 2005
Location
Price
$29,900

2005 Sea Ray 260 Sundancer

This 2005 Sea Ray 260 Sundancer was a boat show special so it is especially well equipped. It is powered by the largest engine available for this model, a 5L 350 hp Mercruiser with a Bravo III twin-prop stern drive. This boat is equipped with an anchor windlass, generator, GPS, AC, electric flush toilet with holding tank, AM/FM/CD stereo with inside and outside speakers, a flat-screen TV and DVD player, refrigerator, stove and microwave. There is running water in the galley, head, cockpit and at the stern. The interior cushions are easy-care, water-proof, leatherette. This boat has everything you need to spend the weekend on the hook, at your favorite marina or day trips to your favorite sandbar. The boat has been well maintained with regular oil changes and fresh water flushed after every outing. The engine was replaced in 2014 with less than 150 hours on the new engine. The engine coupler was replaced in 2019. The sterndrive rebuilt in 2019.

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