All-new for 2012, the 410 Sundancer captures the essence of a Sea Ray express cruiser: evolutionary design and technology in an elegantly refined package.
To start, owners can choose from three exteriors, including a standard sport spoiler, optional open hardtop or optional enclosed hardtop with electric front vents and available sunroof. “From the customer who wants the wind in his hair to the one who prefers an enclosed helm with optional air conditioning and heating, we can do it,” said Krestan.
The choices don’t end there. For the ultimate “patio” feel, the 410’s L-shaped wet bar is available with a barbecue grill, refrigerator (in lieu of the standard icemaker) and removable 22-inch flatscreen TV with remote DVD player. Opposite, a wraparound cockpit lounge can host a crowd; its backrest pivots open to create several seating configurations and extend the length of the aft sun pad. Sea Ray calls it a sun gate, and it creates easily adaptable seating for onboard activities and entertainment.
Forward, a second lounge faces the helm, which has two pedestal seats that form a doublewide bench with flip-up thigh-rise bolsters and armrests. The captain commands a racy, streamlined, ergonomic control station with SmartCraft diagnostics and VesselView display, plus optional Raymarine E120 widescreen radar/GPS/chartplotter and dual displays.
The 410 Sundancer is available with multiple engine and drive packages. Standard are twin 425-hp Cummins MerCruiser Diesel QSB 8.3-425 V-drives, or owners can opt for twin diesel engines with Zeus pod drives and a helm joystick. Krestan said, “Someone new to boating might want the joystick, while traditional owners might want a rudder.”
Below, the 410 Sundancer is exceptionally bright thanks to large, horizontal hull windows and skylights. Refined touches in the cabin include Ultraleather seating, recessed lighting, furniture-quality wood cabinetry in the owner’s choice of six finishes, and three designer-created fabric and accent packages. The salon features a sofa with double top-stitching which converts to a guest bed and an entertainment center with 32-inch flatscreen TV, remote DVD player and Sony sound system. The gourmet galley comes equipped with a stainless-steel refrigerator and separate freezer, two-burner stove, microwave and solid-surface countertop.
An elegant dinette features a table that folds away when not in use, and the area converts to a double berth with a privacy curtain. For the owner who has kids or frequent guests, the 410 is available with a private stateroom in place of the dinette. The option includes twin bunks and a pocket door. In either configuration, this cruiser offers two full head compartments with showers, enhancing comfort and convenience for all passengers. Both facilities have VacuFlush heads and high-end details such as hand-cut tile flooring and teak vanities.
Forward, the master stateroom includes a full-size, island-style berth with a Visco elastic foam mattress and electric Posturepedic backrest and extension — perfect for reading or watching the standard 22-inch flatscreen TV with remote DVD player. Drawer storage below the berth, and two hanging lockers and gunwale cabinets, provide abundant storage. Two hull windows, an overhead hatch, premium woodworking and a private head distinguish this stateroom and give it a yacht-caliber feel.
Even with a wealth of standard features, the 410 Sundancer has a bountiful list of options ranging from a 22-inch flatscreen TV and remote DVD player in the mid-berth to rod holders and a sun pad with adjustable backrest for the forward deck. The list presents more flexibility and personalization. And it all comes with a full membership in the Sea Ray Owners Club. www.searay.com
Sea Ray 410 Sundancer Specifications
L.O.A. with standard
extended swim platform 41’ 6”
Draft, inboards 44”
Draft, Zeus 44”
Dry weight, inboards 23,724 lbs.
Dry weight, Zeus 25,875 lbs.
Fuel capacity 255 gal.
Water capacity 60 gal.
Holding tank capacity 42 gal.
Dead rise 19º
Specifications are approximate and subject to variance.