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Sea Ray launches new Sundancer 320 Coupe Outboard

Continuing its celebration of 60 years of boatbuilding, Sea Ray will officially debut the newest addition to the Sundancer family, the Sundancer 320 Coupe Outboard, at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Oct. 30–Nov. 3. Prior to the official debut, Sea Ray offered a sneak peek of the new coupe during a multi-day launch event in Miami, Oct. 11–12, featuring wine tastings and an exclusive dinner and champagne cruise.

The Sundancer 320 Coupe Outboard features a sleek hardtop with a full windshield and electrically actuated opening side vent windows. It is also available with a retracting canvas sunroof option.

“The Sundancer 320 Coupe Outboard illustrates the most recent enhancements and evolution of the Sundancer line,” said Steve Langlais, Sea Ray president. “We first introduced the Sundancer 320 in 2017. Today, our vision for the model continues to expand to blend the values of a cruiser and a bowrider – and now a coupe.”

Powered by twin Mercury 350 Verado outboard engines with Joystick Piloting to ease command, the Sundancer 320 Coupe Outboard maximizes the use of onboard space in three entertainment zones. Spaces include a lounge area, a cockpit with actuated seats that can be adjusted for comfort and a protective bow sunshade area. In addition, the cockpit provides space for socializing, boasting a natural flow from the helm all the way through the transom and onto the integrated swim platform. The cockpit’s standard wet bar is well equipped with a sink and storage and optional refrigerator and grill.

Offering innovative technology, the intuitive helm features standard Dual Digital Dash displays with Mercury VesselView Link Data, Simrad GO9 9-inch touchscreen displays and Sea Ray Connect smart boat monitoring powered by NAUTIC-ON.

Ideal for day trips or overnight stays, the cabin offers accommodations for four and interior spaces for escaping the elements. In the aft berth, two sliding twin-sized beds can be combined to form a queen-sized bed. In the forward V-berth, a wood table converts via filler cushion to form a full-sized bed. A deluxe head, gourmet-ready galley with extending countertops, flat-screen TV and generous storage round out the space.

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