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REDUCED PRICE: ,999 – – – – STOCK #: 66981
Ready to be enjoyed, no work needed! Drive me home.
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This boat was purchased by this owner in 2010. He has all repair records and will show them on request. The boat is in immaculate condition, the kind of condition expected on a much newer boat. The bottom was re-painted in June of 2013. There are no electronics with the boat except the Garmin 740S ( 3 years old). They had been removed by the original owner. The portside engine was rebuilt 350 hours ago and the manifold/risers were replaced then. The starboard engine was rebuilt 50 hours ago (with 2 yr warranty) along with new manifold/riser, and starter. Both Hurth transmissions during the last year have been rebuilt. The oil is changed every 100 hours. The heat and air system operate on shore power (and could on a future generator). The port side hour meter and center windshield wiper do not work. New Bimini and eisenglass enclosure. Also included are two additional top snap-on covers – one for the windshield and windows and one to cover from the windshield to the aft. The windlass has a 75′ sea chain. Sea Rays aren’t built simply to get you out on the water. No–they take pride in delivering something else. Have you ever smiled head to toe Better yet, has your family They build boats, yes, but with each dash they sculpt and each hull they craft, they build a lifestyle that will redefine your meaning of happy. Experience the better boating that Sea Ray imagines and then makes real. Evaluate the audacity of their vision, scrutinize every facet of their craftsmanship and savor the richness of their finishes. The 330 is as well-suited for coastal cruising and she offers private accommodations for two couples or a family of four. The 330 has a roomy salon and forward stateroom. Still, she plays her wide-beam card to the max, with a roomy bridgedeck, uncluttered cockpit, and a luxurious, open interior. The 330 EC practically begs you to come aboard, with easy cockpit access either through the transom door or down from the 12-inch-wide cockpit covering boards. A molded inwale step on either side facilitates boarding, and the port step covers all shoretie connections for power, TV, phone, and dockside water. The cockpit itself is oversized for a 33-footer, with nearly 70 square feet of uncluttered space. The nonskid is easy on bare feet yet effective when wet, and the cockpit is self-bailing. The aft bench seat for three flips up and stows securely in the transom, and four rod holders are standard equipment as is a bolster cushion along the aft inwale. About the only downside to the entire design is the aft hawsepipes that lead through the transom. It’s one step up to the raised bridgedeck where you’ll find a benchseat for two, drink holders, and chart table to port, directly across from the two-person, electrically adjusted helm benchseat to starboard. Both seats are raised for good visibility, with stowage beneath the port seat. As is tradition for Sea Ray, the dash is a two-tiered affair, with ample room for a full set of electronics on the lower level (within easy reach), and a set of Teleflex gauges further forward on the upper level. Both are backed with a simulated burlwood panel for an up-scale look, and are a good complement to the wood-accent steering wheel. Surprisingly, the 330 comes standard with mechanical steering. Even so, steering was a two-handed operation at speed, and the 330 exhibited a fairly wide turning radius. At 10,500 pounds she’s exceptionally stable and runs softly through three-foot boat wakes like she’s got built-in shock absorbers. As far as performance is concerned, most of the torque from the 7.4L EFI MerCruisers at the lower end of the rpm range, meaning the 330 jumps onto a plane in less than five seconds from a standing start with little pressure from the tabs. Once up and running, acceleration is gradual and predictable, making her an ideal choice for anyone who doesn’t like unpleasant surprises at the helm. In short, she’s a strong, steady performer that can handle steep chop like a champ while keeping everyone dry. Once you’ve arrived at your port-of-call, you’ll appreciate the sheer size and luxurious appointments of the 330’s interior. The portside head, for example, has 6’2″ of standing headroom. And though there’s no separate shower stall, there’s plenty of room to move, it appears to be easy to clean, and it even has an opening port and its own air-conditioning duct! The salon, meanwhile, boasts a full in-l