The boat is located in Catawba Island, Ohio. For sale is a 1999 Sea Ray 340 Sundancer with many updates. The boat is powered by twin Mercruiser 7.4l Horizon inboards with 380hp and 430 hours each. The engines have multi port fuel injection and push button start. The boat has had approximately $12k invested over the last year including new: Canvas / Isenglass Cockpit Carpet Burlwood Dash Panels Color Touchscreen GPS / Fish finder / Depth Sounder with Digital Radar Capability Water Pumps Sony Bluetooth Stereo System and Infinity Speakers Flat screen TV with Smart Blue Ray Player for Streaming This is a freshwater only boat originally sold in Port Clinton. The options include: Air Conditioner / Heat Cockpit Refrigerator Galley Refrigerator with Freezer Central Vac Cherry Vitricor Interior Windlass with Dash Control and Bow Mounted Foot Pedals Vaccuflush Head Hot and Cold Water with no odors Bow Sunpad Cockpit Filler Cushions and Tables All Interior Filler Cushions All Original Manuals and Documentation Remotely Controlled Spotlight Transom Hot and Cold Shower Electric Stove Top Microwave The boat will come with all safety equipment and extra life vests, many fenders, cleaning deck brush, dock pole and all new black lines. It will also include many spare emergency parts, extra snaps, snap tool and miscellaneous fasteners. There are no rips or tears in any vinyl. The boat does NOT have a generator. I bought this boat for that reason among others. I've had several boats with generators and never used them. The extra weight and maintenance was absolutely not worth it to me. In all our years of boating, we only spent one night at anchor without power. The hatches provided plenty of breeze on that night. Every other boating night was at a dock with shore power. If you plan to spend a lot of midsummer nights at anchor or need to pop a bag of popcorn while underway, this boat may not be for you. The hull, stringers and deck are in excellent condition. There is one small are around the aft portside hatch that had a leak at one time and is soft. It's very small and the hatch was resealed. I got a few quotes to repair it and they were around $4k. The area is so small and not in an area where one would walk that it didn't make sense for us to repair at this point. I've priced the boat accordingly. If we were going to keep the boat, I would probably touch up the bottom paint this winter. It's not ready for a repaint but will likely need some touch-up. I would also repair a few of the snaps from a windstorm. This boat is ready for a new owner and ready to go boating. Price is $62,900. I do not need any broker or dealer calls unless it's to make a cash offer. The boat also includes a dock at Portside Marina on Kelly's Island until November 1st. The only reason we are selling is we want to downsize and purchase a home in Kelly's Island. If we would have had the foresight, we wouldn't have spent so much money making it ours. If you've been to Kelly's Island the last few years you've likely seen "Miller Time" at Portside Marina.