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2011 Sea Ray 310 Sundancer AXIUS JOYSTICK 247 Hours
2011 Sea Ray 310 Sundancer AXIUS
Low-hour, 2011 Sea Ray 310 Sundancer with JOYSTICK Axius controlled twin Bravo III’s powered by Twin 5.0 MPI EC V8s (247 hours). Less than 80 hrs on the 5 kW Kohler generator. Cruises in the 30’s and tops out over 42 MPH. This is a 1-owner boat with all the nice upgrades and options such as the AXIUS joystick control, SmartCraft Vessel Display, Skyhook, 10,000 BTU digital AC w/heat, Raymarine® C70 GPS, sun pad, upgraded interior seating, vacuflush head, cockpit fridge, full camper canvas (Blue Sunbrella), wooden interior, and more. Just serviced and freshly detailed. Available for showings at our store in Pompano Beach. We own it.
This one of the most versatile Sea Rays out there with very innovative seating and living arrangements below and above deck.
T-MerCruiser 5.0L MPI ECT** Bravo III w/Axius (T-260 hp – 194 kW) 247 hrs
5.0 kW Kohler® Generator Low CO Gas, 120V/60 Cycle w/Remote Start w/Muffler & Stainless-Steel Exhaust Outlet, Freshwater Cooling, Fuel Filter, Seacock & Seawater Strainer. 79 hours
SmartCraft VesselView Display:
Propulsion: Engine Hour Meters, Engine Status, Performance & Fuel, Peak Performance, Boost Pressure (Optional), Troll Control & Cruise Control
Vessel: Vessel Status, Tank Status & Steering Position
Environment & Navigation: GPS Interface, Depth & Water Temperature, Depth Alerts, Trip Log Information, Fuel to Waypoint Data & Navigation Data
Active Alarms/Details – Alarm History/Details
Air Conditioning/Heating, 120V/60 Cycle (10,000 BTU)
Raymarine® C70 Chartplotter/GPS Color LCD
Macerator w/Seacock Interlock System
Refrigerator, Cockpit – Dual-Voltage (120V/12V)
Camper Canvas, Blue Sunbrella
Stereo, Premium w Amplifier
Seating, Cockpit Sun Pad
Seating, Interior Upgrade – UltraleatherTM
Shore Power, Dual 120V/30 Amp
Sirius® Satellite Receiver w/Antenna
Spotlight, 5″ Remote Controlled
Dual dining areas. Normally a boat in this class and size range we see a dedicated forward berth that can convert into a cozy forward dining banquette…OR, we see a forward berth that can not be converted but there is a table with a bench settee amidships. In the 310 Sea Ray designers have given owners the option of one or the other…OR, possibly if there is a family aboard or a crowd, both could be used at the same time.
Rotating helm seat. Sea Ray caught onto this trend long time ago and were surprised it hasn’t taken root in other companies. Normally there is a reversible helm seat which does little good due to the proximity of an entertainment/refreshment center just behind. Sea Ray has taken its double wide helm seat, and allowed it to rotate to join the crowd in the cockpit or sit and watch the action off the stern.
Well-done hull-side storage. It is not often that we put storage on the distinguishing list, but the 310 deserves the recognition. Forward, in the V-berth area, Sea Ray has fitted overhead cabinets in the bow flare along the sides. This is expensive to do, which is why most builders in class avoid it. Second, amidships at the booth dinette, Sea Ray has built in cabinets fore, aft and above the portlight. Again, this is the sort of important detail usually seen only in larger or far higher-priced boats. Stainless steel trimmed windshield frame.
Electrically actuated engine hatch.
Maple wood lower deck.
Extensive use of wood cabinetry
Canvas curtains for the cockpit.
Engine room automatic fire suppression system with manual over-ride....Read full description