2003 380DA Sundancer Priced to Sell at $84,900

Discussion in 'Sea Ray Classifieds' started by beachstranded, Sep 25, 2017.

  1. beachstranded

    beachstranded New Member

    10
    Nov 12, 2012
    Florida
    380 Sundancer - SOLD
    Mercruiser 8.1S
    Sold!!!!




    The 380 Sundancer is one of the most popular models offered by Sea Ray. Sea Ray's commitment - Excellence by Design - has enabled them to create a superior craft providing you with comfort, performance, safety and dependability.

    NOW FOR SALE BY OWNER MEANS THOUSANDS IN SAVINGS FOR YOU!

    This Sundancer offer a unique combination of canvas options ranging from open-air but fully shaded for the warmer months and also a full isenglas camper canvas package for cooler weather. A custom mooring cover (2015) is also included. This boat has been a fresh or brackish water boat since new, professionally maintained, and used regularly from its home in a well-protected, powered slip. All systems are operational and this boat is ready to go.

    Absolutely no Hurricane Irma damage. Docked in a very well protected hurricane hole marina where the Indian and Banana rivers meet in East-Central Florida. All lines were doubled, fendors secured and all canvas removed, which has since been serviced and reinstalled.

    New Vessel View Monitor System upgrade in 2016

    New windshield Isenglass in 2017

    Newer Camper Canvas w/Isinglass

    New radar / Chartplatter Head Unit in 2016

    New GPS Head Unit in 2016

    Approx 500 hours on twin 370HP gas Mercruiser 8.1's

    Approx 550 hours on Westerbeake 7 kw Genset

    Extremely Clean Engine Room

    Hull and Top-sides in Excellent Condition


    New Risers in 2015

    LED Lighting Throughout

    New Bluetooth Sound System and Sub-woofers in 2016


    Maintenance Log Available

    Extremely Clean Interior

    Two (2) Reverse Cycle AC / Heat units

    New Forward AC in July 2017

    Bottom Paint in Excellent Condition



    6371675_0_180920171244_1.jpg Stern Starboard with camper canvas.jpg Cabin.jpg Cockpit.jpg
     
    Last edited: Nov 11, 2017
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  2. beachstranded

    beachstranded New Member

    10
    Nov 12, 2012
    Florida
    380 Sundancer - SOLD
    Mercruiser 8.1S
  3. speakrdude

    speakrdude Active Member

    Feb 21, 2009
    Northwest Arkansas
    2002 Sea Ray 340 DA
    Raymarine C80 Tri Data
    twin 6.2 MX MPI
    Awesome looking boat. Currently have a 2002 340da (6.2s-V-drives)
    Looking at your pics, I cannot tell if your engines are closed cooled or not? I'm as experienced with the 8.1's as I am the 6.2's.
     
  4. beachstranded

    beachstranded New Member

    10
    Nov 12, 2012
    Florida
    380 Sundancer - SOLD
    Mercruiser 8.1S
    closed cooling system.
     
  5. Fly'n Family

    Fly'n Family Active Member

    582
    Sep 19, 2013
    TX / CO
    2002 Cruisers Yachts 3870
    2003 Boston Whaler Sport 130 w/40 hp Merc
    Twin 425hp Crusaders
    Great looking vessel, wish it was fresh water.

    Seems if you're advertising in your area, should sell quickly. Best wishes...
     
  6. LG111

    LG111 Active Member

    429
    Jan 4, 2015
    NW
    410
    8.1
    8.1S's self drain at the manifolds and coolers after they are turned off. Salt or fresh really doesn't matter. Never let salt stop you unless there not 8.1S.
     
  7. jzanthony

    jzanthony Member

    90
    Aug 17, 2015
    Port Lambton, ON Lake St Clair
    99 Sea Ray 380 DA
    7.4 Horizons
    Its advertised as fresh/brackish use as well, between the self draining manis and cooler and the use i would say a great buy.
    Hoping my 370 sells soon lots of good deals out there.
    good luck OP
     
  8. beachstranded

    beachstranded New Member

    10
    Nov 12, 2012
    Florida
    380 Sundancer - SOLD
    Mercruiser 8.1S
    Well said. I personally would not exclude a well maintained saltwater boat from consideration.

    The boat was under contract in 4 weeks and now sold. Boattrader proved to be the best place to sell and all real prospective buyers came through that site. Other lessons learned or reinforced for me were that while brokers may add value for many, they also add significant cost which, in my case, resulted in no sale, until I took it upon myself to get the boat sold on my own.

    Also, documentation services like the one I used when I purchased this boat, again just in my opinion, may be helpful to some but are not necessary if you take a little time to learn what's required for a smooth, secure and pretty easy transaction.

    In the end I feel like both the buyer and I benefited from working closely together on the sale and he got a better deal and I got what I wanted out of the transaction.

    I am moving to a center console for offshore fishing and diving so I won't be going with searay or staying on the forum, but in my experience it was a great boat and this forum was an excellent resource during my time as a searay owner.
     
  9. tdschafer

    tdschafer Well-Known Member SILVER Sponsor

    Aug 24, 2009
    Long island , NY
    1997 330 sundancer
    twin 454's, Carb, V-Drives
    Congrats on the sale! Good luck with your future purchase. I wouldn't abandon the forum completely though unless your time is a factor. Your knowledge through owning this boat may be of help to another down the road! Cheers!
     

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