Sea Ray 270 Sundancer FEATURES
1987 Sea Ray 270 Sundancer
Engines – 4.3 V6 OMC 205 hp Gas Inboard 1747/1599 Hours
Trailer – Yacht Club Bunk 15000 Pounds
An extremely popular boat with family-size accommodations and a comfortable ride, the 270 Sundancer enjoyed a long and successful production run for Sea Ray during the mid-to-late 1980’s. She was built on a solid fiberglass deep-V hull, and a wide 10-foot beam provides plenty of room below decks for a comfortable interior. The floorplan layout has a complete galley and enclosed standup head, there are berths for six includuing a V-berth forward, a double berth aft, and a convertible dinette in the main cabin. The cockpit is arranged with an elevated double-wide helm seat, in-deck storage, transom door, and bench seating at the transom. A teak bow pulpit and swim platform with ladder were standard.
Additional features with this boat include fire suppression system, refrigerator, radar, two GPS with graphs, VHF, Depth Finder, Bilge Pump, Head, Shower, two Scottys Down Riggers, eight fishing poles, six life jackets, net, cleaning station and wash down pump.