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Sundancer 370 Outboard Introduced: Full Video Walkthrough

Sea Ray celebrates the 45th anniversary of the Sundancer Series with a brand new outboard model, the Sundancer 370 Outboard. This vessel combines thoughtful innovation, exhilarating power and enticing open spaces to ignite your passion for the water. Join YachtWorld and expert boat reviewer Marilyn DeMartini in Sarasota Florida for a full walkthrough of this next generation Sundancer from bow to stern in the video above.

Overall Design

Sea Ray came out with this new boat with the aim of building a hybrid yacht, combining a comfortable cruiser with an open bowrider, and they definitely hit the mark. She is very luxurious in bowrider terms, with plush, versatile seating options and creature comforts like cup holders and premium leather upholstery as well as decorative accents throughout. But beyond being a great day boat and lounge-worthy bowrider, she’s also a fully-capable weekend cruiser (more on that below).

Bow Area

The bow area has great circular lounge seating that can convert to a forward facing bench and features solid handrails, wood inserts, padded combings to cushion your legs when leaning against the gunwales and stylish decorative covers to hide and protect the speakers of her premium marine sound system. This bow is a great place to lounge in the sun and a perfect entertaining zone with well-placed phone chargers and USB ports.


Making your way midship into the main cockpit there is a clever passthrough windshield design that can close off the bow in inclement weather. The helm area and main cockpit has great seating options with flip up bolsters and ornately embroidered seats.

At The Helm

Sitting at the main controls the Sea Ray Sundancer 370 offers excellent 360-degree visibility through a huge windshield along with dual 16″ simrad screens, digital switching, redundant push button system controls below and joystick controls. Overhead are automatic skylights that can be opened for ventilation or closed to completely protect the helm station.

Interior Cabin

Down below is a well-appointed and surprisingly spacious cabin for the size of the boat. With luxurious decor, wood veneer flooring, Corian countertops and a comfortable, innovative electronic, folding forward berth this cabin is a great place to spend the weekend. There’s also a lounge area beneath the helm that converts to a second berth with its own tv and sound system which makes for a very private, tucked away area.

Aft Deck

Moving into the aft deck, the boat has more circular, wraparound lounge seating with a port side prep / sink day-picnic station and a retractable sun shade that can cover the entire area. Thee is an in-deck hatch to access the generator and seakeeper below

Stern Design And Propulsion System

A transom door leads to a great padded swim platform – and a very unique transom that completely folds down into a large sun lounge with a flip up seat back to create an aft facing bench. The sizable rear platform features a dive ladder that provides great, easy access to the water around either side of the shiny white outboards. The boat is powered by triple Mercury 300 outboards that give her plenty of power to cruise easily in the 30s with a top speed of up to 50 MPH!


Length: 37’2″
Beam: 12′
Draft: 31″ (engines up)
Deadrise: 20 degrees
Dry Weight: 18,100 lbs.
Water Capacity: 46 gallons
Fuel Capacity: 250 gallons
Standard Power: Triple Mercury 300 Verado Outboard Engines (900 horsepower)
Passenger Capacity: Yacht Certified

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Written by Ryan McVinney

Written by: Ryan McVinney

C. Ryan McVinney is a film director, producer, writer, actor, boat captain, outdoor enthusiast and conservationist. He's currently the host and director of Boat Trader's award-winning Stomping Grounds TV show that explores boating culture across America. McVinney also directs and produces the documentary series Cult Classics and the extreme superyacht show LEGENDS for YachtWorld, as well the popular Factory Fridays video series for He is a regular contributor to leading marine industry publications.