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37ft Sea Ray

  • City: Jacksonville
  • Zip/Postal Code: 32222
  • Phone: 904-699-9363
  • Length: 37ft
  • Listed: November 2, 2012 10:46 pm
  • Expires: This ad has expired


“Another Toy II” A 1992 Sea Ray 370 Sundancer, in great condition. Well equipped with new, never used Garmin GPSMAP 4212, B&G Network Nav. System, auto-pilot, bow thruster, generator, 2 AC-units, Vacu-Flush head, hot water heater, non-functioning radar unit, Twin 330 HP 7.4 Mercruisers, Hurst v-drives, Flat Panel TV, AM-FM Stereo with CD changer & Ipod connector, New forward canvas, full enclosure canvas, 2 shore power cables, set of spare prop’s.

Spacious interior with forward stateroom, compact galley, curved salon seating and large double aft berth. Spacious cockpit perfect for entertaining.

This is a very well styled sport cruiser, extremely versatile cockpit is particularly large for fishing, diving, or enjoying the view and has an optional seat aft that is removable when not in use. Sleeps six below with forward berth, an aft cabin and a convertible dinette.

Many other features;

Fiberglass swim platform with ladder, electric 3 burner stove, wall vacuum system, refrigerator/freezer. Vapor detector-automatic fire extinguisher system for engine Compartment, depth detector, remote spotlight, VHF radio, GPS.

Boat is located in Jacksonville, FL.

Does not include trailer.

Sold As-Is

No Warranties express or implied.

Buyer arranges pick-up, no shipping is offered

Model Specification – Sea Ray 370 Sundancer (1992)

Length, hull 36’10” (11.22 m)

Length with std. bow pulpit 39’5″ (12.00 m)

Length with ext. platform 41’5″ (12.62 m)

Beam 12’4″ (3.75 m)

Dead rise 21 degrees

Weight 13.500 lbs (6.123 kg)

Draft hull 29″ / 0.74 m

Fuel tank 250 gal / 946 L

Water tank 70 gal /265 L


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