2002 sea ray sundancer 310

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MarineMat Snap-It series is the industry's only patented removeable EVA Foam decking. The stainless-steel snaps allow the user to easily remove the mats for convenient cleaning and storage. Snap-It Series mats can easily replace your worn, smelly carpet with low maintenance, comfortable Marine Mat products. Available also is MarineMat Stick-It Series mats for a more permanent installation. Our PSA (pressure sensitive adhesive) will easily adhere to most surfaces including molded in non-skid surfaces.

*All Marine Mat products are custom made. Once your order is finalized the MarineMat product is not returnable or refundable.

Regular cleaning can be accomplished by simply washing the mats with mild soap and water and a medium to stiff bristled brush. Boat washing soap or other mild detergent, water and a hose works well. Although Marine Mat is stain resistant, certain things, such as food, wine, fish blood or grease may stain the mats if they are left in contact for an extended period of time. It is always best to clean or rinse away any spills as soon as possible. Work the cleaner into the stain with a stiff bristle brush, brushing with the grain texture, and rinse with a hose to finish.


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  • Formula 409

Snap-It Notes
Remove Snap-It Mats periodically to clean the underside of the mats and the deck below the mats. Water and debris may get trapped underneath and damage your deck. Simply remove the mats and set them on a driveway, dock or deck and use the same method as in the boat. Let the mats air dry by laying them flat or hanging them up. Once dry, reinstall the mats or roll them up for storage in a compartment or cabin of the boat. MarineMat is very resistant to most weather conditions and is designed to be in the elements while being used. It is however best to keep your boat, kayak or other vehicle covered or stored indoors while not being used to extend the life of your mats. MarineMat should be treated and cared for the same way you care for vinyl marine seats, carpet or other floor coverings. Excessive continuous exposure to sunlight and water will decrease the life of your mats.

Snap-It Notes
Snap-It Series Mats should be treated like snap-in carpet. The mats are designed to be wet while in use or for cleaning, but not stored in water or on a continuously wet deck. The mats will perform best if stored snapped in place over a dry clean deck and under cover when not in use. If the boat will be stored uncovered and in the elements, remove the mats and store in a head compartment or other storage area of the boat.

Material Note
MarineMat foam has a memory. If you notice an indent in the mats when you remove your cover from the support pole or any other area where something with some weight has been sitting for an extended period, that mat will rebound over a short period of time back to its original shape.

Refracted Light
Much like a magnifying glass certain things on a boat can cause focused light which can cause blushing or burning of the surface on your MarineMat. This is a very rare occurrence while actually using the boat, but if you leave your boat on a dock, lift or trailer and the sun is at the correct angle this can occur. The best way to avoid this is to cover the boat when you are not using it or in the case of the Snap-it Series Mats, remove them. If this happens to your mats they are not ruined. The damage usually looks like a wet spot (a little darker) and over time this will blend or weather back into the rest of the mat area and become less noticeable.
Things to Avoid

  • Sharp Objects like knives or tools dragging across the surface.
  • Pressure washing due to the risk of shredding or cutting the mats.
  • Extended contact with petroleum based products. This can cause staining that may not be able to be removed.

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Sours: https://www.marinemat.net/mm5/

Sea Ray 310 Sundancer boats for sale

Sea Ray 310 sundancer

A powerboat built by Sea Ray, the 310 sundancer is a cruisers vessel. Sea Ray 310 sundancer boats are typically used for overnight-cruising, day-cruising and saltwater-fishing. These boats were built with a fiberglass deep-vee; usually with an inboard and available in Gas.

Got a specific Sea Ray 310 sundancer in mind?

There are currently 75 listings available on Boat Trader by both private sellers and professional boat dealers. The oldest boat was built in 1983 and the newest model is 2016. The starting price is $12,500, the most expensive is $185,625, and the average price of $82,500. Related boats include the following models: 340 Sundancer, 280 Sundancer and 260 Sundancer.

Boat Trader works with thousands of boat dealers and brokers to bring you one of the largest collections of Sea Ray 310 sundancer boats on the market. You can also browse boat dealers to find a boat near you today.

Sours: https://www.boattrader.com/boats/make-sea-ray/model-310-sundancer/
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33' 2002 Sea Ray 310 Sundancer


New Garmin navigation

New Garmin transducer with sidescan and downscan

New Fusion stereo head unit (MS-UD650)

Upgraded to Bose and Alpine speakers throughout the boat

Two Kenwood amps (the sound is quite amazing)

All cabin light updated to LED

New batteries on port (2019)

Engine & Mechanical

6.2L MPI MerCruiser Bravo III stern drives (Local mechanic on maintenance schedule every other month)

Port engine rebuilt at 885 hrs

Starboard engine rebuilt at 849 hrs

Transmission Replaced

NEW Prop Shaft seals (2019)

NEW starboard transom exhaust assembly (2017)

Westerbeke 4.5 Generator runs great with 339 hrs

A/C in great working order

Thru-hull engine cooling installed during engine rebuild (more reliable than the original design)


New gauges (2020)

New Garmin touch screen navigation 

New VHF Radio


Separate depth finder (redundant to the Garmin)

New bimini off of radar arch


Two berths with privacy curtains

Flat screen TV


Electric Stove

Single sink in the galley with hot/cold water

Full settee with dinning table that can convert to a 3rd berth

Refrigerator with freezer


Two hanging lockers

Lots of storage

Mechanical Disclaimer

Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.


The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

Sours: https://www.tampayachtsales.com/boat/2002/sea-ray/310-sundancer/2773072
2010 310 Sea Ray Sundancer at MarineMax Dallas Yacht Center

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4. B












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(C) 40"

(101.6 cm)


10' 5" (3.18 M)



(A) Overall Length

With Std. Swim Platform ......... 33ft. 4in.

(B) Beam (Width) ........................... 10ft. 5in.

(C) Draft (Twin Stern Drive Down) . 40in.*

Draft (Twin Stern Drive Up) ............ 24in.*

Draft (Twin V-Drive) ........................ 35in.*


Dry Weight ..................................... 13,350 lbs.

Fuel Capacity ................................. 200 gal.

Usable Fuel ................................... 180 gal.

Water Capacity .............................. 35 gal.

Holding Tank .................................. 28 gal.

Dead Rise ...................................... 21°


Manual Part Number: MRP 1902273





(A) 33' 4" (10.16 m)


10.16 m

3.18 m

101.6 cm*

61.0 cm*

88.9 cm*

6,055 kg.

757 liters

681 liters

132.5 liters

106 liters







(D) Keel to Top of Mast Light ................. 14ft. 10¾in. 4.54 m

(E) Keel to Top of Arch ........................... 12ft. 5½in. 3.80 m

(F) Waterline to Top of Arch ................... 10ft. 2¾in. 3.12 m

(G) Waterline to Top of Windshield ........ 7ft. 8¼in.


2.34 m

310 Sundancer

Sours: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/957249/Sea-Ray-310-Sundancer.html?page=10

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Sea Ray 310 Sundancer Review

Issue: July 2002
Manufacturer: Sea Ray 

Heading down to review this latest Sea Ray 310 Sundancer, the Modern Boating team is sure we are in for a treat. Why ? Because we are going to be testing this boat on the pristine waters of the Port Hacking river. To enlighten those who may not already know, Port Hacking is a small waterway just south of Sydney with its mouth adjacent to Cronulla Beach. Port Hacking’s, or Hacko as it is known by the locals, combination of cavernous deep channels, beaches, sandbars and exceptionally clean water, in close proximity to the Sydney CBD, make it an ideal testing ground for powerboats. On weekends Hacko can get a bit busy, but on this quiet Friday morning it’s perfect. Pretty much like the Sea Ray 310 Sundancer sportscruiser we’ve come to test. 

After leaving the marina we feel a tad guilty hurling this 30 odd foot express cruiser across such glassy waters. But luckily when this boat is up and running the wake’s not too chunky. In fact, her wake’s no worse than one thrown by your average 6m family runabout or half cabin. Really we should take the boat through the swells and further out to sea, where we could really let her have it without upsetting anyone. But the back drop spells cruising. And the team feels more like a high speed run than punching through the waves, before cruising around Hacko. This is the best way to get full enjoyment from this style of sportscruiser anyway. 

Pushing the pedal to the metal hard, the twin shaftdrive screws rocket the 5500kg hull promptly onto the plane, even though we have a stack of gear aboard. Once up and running, the hull’s stable and balanced with the bow responding extremely well to adjustments of the trim tabs. At 3200rpm the twin 260hp MerCruisers V8s produce a comfortable cruising speed a tad under 20 knots, while 3800rpm pushes the boat along at 22 knots according to our GPS readout. But crank the Sea Ray 310 into hyperdrive and the twin MerCruisers produce 28 knots at 4600rpm. A top speed of around 30 knots should be achievable without a headwind and with a bit more tweaking of the trim tabs. Throwing the boat into a tight turn the hull remains balanced and doesn’t lose too much momentum. 

Also, as mentioned earlier, when the hull’s up and running the wake is not too excessive, considering there’s more than five tonnes of boat skipping across the water. Below decks the Sea Ray is all luxury. This particular vessel is decked out to the hilt. She has everything from air-conditioning, run via a Kohler genset, to a television and a multistacker CD. Surprisingly, most of these features come as standard with this boat.

For example, the air-conditiong unit is standard but the genset is an optional extra. Even though the bulkheads are all fibreglass there is still plenty of quality cherry wood cabinet work below, with loads of tasteful bonuses, including tallboy drawers in both the aft and forward sleeping areas. 

The below deck layout gives an overall sense of space, which is re-enforced by the amount of room provided by the beamy hull. As you enter the main cabin the toilet and shower are tucked around behind the stairs on the port side. This helps create an openplan layout forward to the unobtrusive structural bulkheads.

But when you are lounging around the dining table looking aft, this same open-plan feel is enhanced by the large access way leading to the aft cabin. The toilet on this craft also has an optional macerator unit attached to it, but this can only be used on some waterways. Also, I wouldn’t plan on having too many long showers, because the 132lt of onboard water won’t go too far. 

The galley has all the mod cons including louvred cabinet doors; Corian bench tops; powered ventilation; dual-voltage refrigeration; two-burner electric stove; and a microwave that can be run off shore power, or the Kohler genset. Once you have finished cooking up a storm in the spacious galley it’s back to lounging around sipping cocktails in air-conditioned comfort, while watching a vid on the TV. What! Not laid back enough for you ? How about simply enjoying the music pumping out of the six-stacker CD player, which can also be controlled in the cockpit via a handy remote ? The team agrees that with all this domestic technology surrounding you in the cabin you might feel a little bit detached from the nautical reality lapping around the hull. 

But what the hell. If you have it, why not enjoy it ? Plus, you can always climb back out into the cockpit if you want to be more at one with the sea. Up here the wet bar, plush upholstery and vast array of electronic devices are all designed to make your life at sea easy out in the elements. This model comes with a few extras including a forward sunpad with runners and an all-chain anchoring system running through the standard remote windlass. There’s also a remote operated bowmounted spotlight, which will come in handy if you are trying to locate a mooring at night. 

On the dash there’s a stack of quality instrumentation for the twin 5.7lt MerCruisers, with room for further inclusions, but what’s surprising is there’s no speedo. The helm station features a compass; horn; fuel; oil; twin tachos and hour meters; trim; volt; water temperature; digital depth sounder and VHF radio. Not to worry about the lack of speedo, because the Modern Boating team always carries its own handheld MLR GPS unit, which gives the team accurate figures on the hull’s performance. 

Even so, fitting a speedo to this craft as an extra shouldn’t blow your budget. Overall, the Sea Ray 310 Sundancer exemplifies the high standard of layout and design offered throughout the Sea Ray range. With classic American styling and twin V8 petrol power, you couldn?t ask for too much more from a vessel of this class. And at $309,000 you shouldn’t have to. 

Words by Andrew Richardson 

Sours: https://www.yachtandboat.com/sea-ray-310-sundancer-review/
2001 Sea Ray 310 Sundancer

2002 Sea Ray 310 Sundancer

Powered by twin Mercruiser 350 Blue water series inboards with only 500 hours and a Westerbeke generator with a new back end. 


This boat had risers and manifolds done 3 years ago and has been in fresh water since, all new cockpit upholstery, impressive JL audio sound system over 10k spent, under water lights. 

Boat shows well and was just detailed. 

Additional Information

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Sours: https://dominionyachts.com/inventory/detail/7558535-2002-Sea-Ray-310-Sundancer

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