2006 Sea Ray 260 Sundancer

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Make
Sea Ray
Type
Powerboats
Model
260 Sundancer
Length
26'
Hull material
Fiberglass
Year
2006
Class
Cruisers 1
Fuel type
Gas
Engine type
inboard
Name
Sea Ray 260 Sundancer 2006
Location
Price
$51,900

2006 Sea Ray 260 Sundancer

This freshwater boat looks brand new and will not disappoint! Looks like new because it has been dry stacked in summer and heated in winter at the same location. This Sea Ray features a brand new 350 magnum MPI with only 26 hours and factory warranty until July 1st 2020, while the hull only has 239 hours. It has a Bravo III stern drive and brand new dual stainless steel prop. The boat features a new extended swim platform with new SeaDek which makes the boat’s overall length 30ft. A new automatic trim tab controller allows for hands free balancing of the boat along with new LED lighting, new Standard Horizon VHF radio and new flat screen TV. Included are full camper canvas, power engine hatch, air conditioning and heat, microwave, vacuFlush head and the cabin sleeps four. Included is an aluminum trailer with 5 new tires, new disc brakes and pads. A full spec sheet is included with the pictures. The boat was fully winterized and is stored in a heated garage and ready for viewing. Do not delay! This beauty won’t last long!!

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