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Sea Ray Sundancer 370

| By David Savona | From A Tale Of Two Families, September/October 2022
Sea Ray Sundancer 370
Walking down the dock of a marina, your eyes can’t help but linger on the craft that perches proudly on the water with its sweeping, sensuous lines, a shape that’s been wowing the boating world since 1959. It’s a Sea Ray. Founded by C.N. “Connie” Ray, Sea Ray popularized the cruiser type of boat, swimming with amenities. Over the years, Sea Rays got larger (especially on the inside), eventually ending up with more space below deck than topside. Now, the redesigned Sundancer 370, two years in the making, is meant to lead the way as the company changes its look. The American-made, 37-foot boat is sleeker than previous versions, with ample outside space and more …
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