Clean, fresh water Sea Ray 40 Express Cruiser. Slip available for the 2019 season at no charge.
Sleeps 4 owners and guests in 2 staterooms, plus 2 settee berths for a total of 6 berths. The master stateroom is forward with head, shower and queen-size bed. The second stateroom is forward and to the right in the main salon behind a sliding wall partition. It opens and allows additional daytime seating. Central Vac system;.
The galley is down and to port. It features a Norcold refrigerator with freezer, Kenyon 3 burner electric stove, water heater, pressure water system, Black & Decker space maker coffee maker, Nutone food center and TV in galley.
Garmin GPS Map 740S
RayStar 590 GPS
Datamarine Dart Depth & Speed
Robertson AP200 Auto-pilot
Icom M504 VHF
Dual 30amp/120v/60 cycle dockside power w/50' cord. 120v/40amp/12v charger. Main AC/DC breaker panel. 3 batteries.
Anchor w/rode. Bimini top w/camper canvas. Cockpit enclosure curtains. Aft deck shower. Cockpit wet bar. Fenders and lines. Spotlight. Windlass. Windshield wipers. Trim tabs.
With her bold 1990’s styling and spacious interior, the Sea Ray
400 Express was considered a state-of-the-art boat when
she was introduced back in 1992. This was the long-awaited
replacement model for the 390 Express Cruiser (1984–91), and
while she has less beam than her predecessor she was a big step
up in luxury and appearance. Built on a deep-V hull with a solid
fiberglass bottom, the two-stateroom interior of the 400 Express
offers comfortable accommodations for six. The master stateroom
includes a pedestal island berth as well as a TV/VCR and a privacy
door, and a circular pocket door closes off the starboard sitting
room, converting it into a private stateroom with a full-size bed
and convertible upper bunk—very clever. A separate shower stall
is found in the head, and the large galley includes a breakfast bar
and generous storage. On deck, double helm and companion seats
are forward in the cockpit, while U-shaped seating aft converts into
a sun pad. An extended swim platform was a popular option in later
18 knots (mid 20s top).