2021 Sea Ray Sundancer 370 Outboard
The embodiment of elegance, athleticism and sophistication!
Sea Ray’s Sundancer 370 Outboard has a style and sophistication unlike any other. Her sleek exterior lines and exquisite interior design sparkle with a unique diamond design pattern that is carried throughout the boat—from the upholstery to the hardtop’s skylight and on the integrated audio system. It’s these little details that make the Sundancer 370 shine.
No key? No problem. “We’ve got this boat on a key fob so before I even get on the boat, I can fire up the batteries, and I can turn on all of the lights so I’m not getting on a dark boat,” says Ritch Ragle, director of North American sales.
Powered by triple Mercury 300 Verados with Joystick Piloting and optional Dynamic Running Surface, the Sundancer 370 will get you places—fast. Her helm is equipped with standard dual 12-inch Simrad GO12 touchscreen displays, including CZone digital switching that provides full lighting control. Options include a Seakeeper 3 gyrostabilizer and integrated Fusion premium audio system. High and low bolsters are available for the captain’s companion, but Ragle prefers to use it when running the boat himself. “I hate to sit when I’m running a boat, so I love the thigh-rise bolsters so I can get up and am still comfortable,” he says.
Comfort abounds on board, starting with the aft deck, where the hard-back transom seat easily converts to face aft for guests to enjoy the view or watch swimmers. Port and starboard settees along with a gourmet station to port provides a roomy social area.
Walking forward between the helm seat and the large passenger seat to port leads into the cabin below or to the bow via a glass door to port. The electrically actuated door can remain open to allow the cool breeze to flow through or closed during inclement weather. When open, it becomes part of the huge windshield. “There’s no blindspots on this boat,” says Ragle. “When you get in there and you’re operating, you’re looking 360 degrees, you’ve always got a great line of sight.”
The cabin belowdecks sleeps four and has plenty of headroom as well as an enclosed head with a separate shower. The galley includes a microwave and refrigerator, and the forward V-berth lounge area transitions from a L-shaped settee to a queen berth. The aft berth has a U-shaped settee that converts to a queen berth. There’s plenty of storage throughout.
With so many wide, open spaces, she feels much bigger than a 37-foot yacht. “It feels more like a 42 or a 45,” Ragle says. “It feels like a very big boat.”