Sundancer’s beauty comes from styling contributions from BMW
Honestly, yachts are out of reach for most.Like owning an island, let’s say Australia, it’s a bunch of money upfront, followed by constant maintenance.The upsides are you get to decide where to go, what to do, and who walks the plank, metaphorically, one hopes.
Much more practical and affordable is the new Sundancer 370 line from Sea Ray. Sea Ray’s mid-sized powerboats have always been their bread and butter, as it’s practical, affordable, and beautiful. A large amount of the Sundancer’s beauty comes from styling contributions from BMW.
Like other luxury automobile manufacturers, BMW has collaborated with Sea Ray to infuse BMW’s unique styling to the Sea Ray line. No newcomer to boats, BMW has had a hand in boat design since the 1950’s.
A household name, Sea Ray has been building boats since 1959, and the Sundancer line was launched in the 70’s.Meant to cater to the upscale water lover in us all, this newest craft, the 2021 Sundancer 370 Outboard the model is powered by a trio of Mercury 300 Verado V8 motors guaranteed to allow you to fly over the water.But the real fun is the open and roomy feeling you get to enjoy family and friends on the high seas.
Hardwood tables, teak decks, a well-appointed head, even a small galley, add to the comfort and live-aboard feeling the new Sea Ray Sundancer 370 Outboard exudes.
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