Sea Ray introduced the 410 Sundancer in 2000 as the replacement boat for the company’s popular 400 Sundancer built in 1997–99.
Great styling has long been a Sea Ray trademark, and while few American sportboats are as glamorous as their European counterparts the graceful lines of the 410 Sundancer will surely stand the test of time for many years to come.
Built on a fully cored hull with a wide beam, the interior features a large bow stateroom with a full-size pedestal bed, TV/VCR, and private access to the forward head.
The mid-stateroom, which is open to the salon, has an electrically convertible sleeper/sofa, and the well-organized galley includes plenty of storage and counter space. Both staterooms have doors rather than privacy curtains, and there are two heads in this layout, one for each stateroom.
Topside, the cockpit has Ushaped seating with a sun pad, table, and a full wet bar. For engine access, the entire aft section of the cockpit sole can be raised at the flip of a switch. A modest performer with Cat 340hp V drive diesels.