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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Nov 2009
    Location
    Rome, Italy
    Boat
    Sea Ray
    Details
    1990 390 EC
    Engine(s)
    3208 375HP CAT
    Posts
    1,708

    Re: Sea Ray 650 Fly Bridge

    I'm afraid that if I win the lottery in 3/4 years, I won't be able to buy a Sea Ray I like....

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Location
    Iowa
    Boat
    Sea Ray
    Details
    2007 310 SeaRay DA Kohler
    Engine(s)
    Twin 6.2 MPI Bravo III
    Posts
    391

    Re: Sea Ray 650 Fly Bridge

    Call me strange... but I find it very attractive. In fact, I have recently fallen head-over-heals with the 2014 510 Sundancer, which means I will probably die with an unrealized dream of owning one. I like the different windows, and I think they work well together. I would like to see how it looks with the flybridge hardtop. After watching the 350 slx video, I'm really excited by the direction that SeaRay is taking with some of these boats. They are definitely a number of steps ahead of the competition with the design, building and amenity offerings. The ergonomics from the engine rooms to the dash, and even to the cockpit entertainment centers are incredible in comparison to some of the competition.

    Mike
    2007 Searay Sundancer 310
    Solon, IA
    Twin 6.2 MPI BIII, 5KW Kohler Genset

    Previous Boats: 2005 Searay 280 DA Twin 4.2 MPI Alphas, 2001 Crownline 262 350 EFI BIII

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Location
    Lake Monroe Indiana Fourwinds H29
    Boat
    Sea Ray
    Details
    1985 340DA Justified Priority II / 1978 SRV240 weekender (for sale)/ 1966 SRV180 Black Beauty
    Engine(s)
    twin 350hp Crusaders 4.0 Onan / 260 Mercruiser MR drive/ Merc 950 SS
    Posts
    4,055

    Re: Sea Ray 650 Fly Bridge

    Quote Originally Posted by Pietro View Post
    I'm afraid that if I win the lottery in 3/4 years, I won't be able to buy a Sea Ray I like....
    our old 80s boats will never die

    Jim aka Mopar
    Founder and Grand Poobah of the
    Hole in the Water Club

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Location
    Williamsport, PA
    Boat
    Sea Ray & Glastron Carlson
    Details
    1990 270 Sundancer, 2003 Ford Excursion 4x4 Limited
    Engine(s)
    454 merCruiser w/Bravo 1
    Posts
    1,819

    Re: Sea Ray 650 Fly Bridge

    I like straight hard lines also.....they just look faster at 38mph!

  5. #15
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Location
    MD/ Chesapeake Bay
    Boat
    Sea Ray
    Details
    1990 270 Sundancer Lowrance 550 GPS Chartplotter Towed with 2004 Chevy 2500 HD Sliverado 4x4
    Engine(s)
    7.4L Merc Bravo 1 3 Blade Mirage Prop 14.5X17
    Posts
    603

    Re: Sea Ray 650 Fly Bridge

    I agree with GFC and moparlvr, maybe I'm getting old but I like the slick lines of the older classic Sea Ray boats. Much more seaworthy looking to me not to mention the nice clean hull sides. I'll keep mine and if I move up it won't be in years, it'll be in length overall.
    1990 270 Sundancer Wendy Lee
    Previous Boats:
    1989 Four Winns 245 Vista
    1977 SeaRay SRV 180

  6. #16
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Munising, Michigan (Lake Superior) Pictured Rocks
    Boat
    Sea Ray
    Details
    1985 270DA Sundancer,Simrad 4G Radar,Lowrance Gen2 GPS/Sonar/Structure Scan,F350 Diesel w/tri axle t
    Engine(s)
    twin Mercruiser 185R's (v6's) w/ SE106 drives, "High Five" stainless propellers
    Posts
    972

    Re: Sea Ray 650 Fly Bridge

    Quote Originally Posted by moparlvr4406 View Post
    our old 80s boats will never die
    +1 on that statement
    I have to agree, the multiple differences hull windows just don't seem to flow together.
    1985 270DA - "Wave Dancer" - Twin 185R's (v6's) - Lake Superior, Pictured Rocks
    Previous:1988 22 Pachanga w/496 cid & Bravo I, Raced:1976 27 Magnum (2002 World Champs)

  7. #17
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Location
    Great Columbia River in the PNW
    Boat
    Camarque
    Details
    1988 Yacht Fisher
    Engine(s)
    Twin 375hp Cat 3208 T/A
    Posts
    4,589

    Re: Sea Ray 650 Fly Bridge

    Quote Originally Posted by moparlvr4406 View Post
    our old 80s boats will never die
    Agree, unless you upgrade to an 80's BIG Taiwanese boat!

    ALASKAN SEA-DUCTION
    MMSI# 338131469
    1988 M/Y Camargue YachtFisher
    Blog: http://alaskanseaduction.blogspot.com/
    Trying to sell my 1986 Sea Ray 300DB

  8. #18
    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Location
    Ithaca Ny
    Boat
    Sea ray
    Details
    1985 Sea Ray Weekender 230 OMC Stringer
    Engine(s)
    5.7 260 w/OMC Stringer
    Posts
    328

    Re: Sea Ray 650 Fly Bridge

    is there a link? i tried googling it and couldnt find anything on it.....
    1985 Sea Ray Weekender 230
    5.7
    OMC Stringer

  9. #19
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Location
    S.W. Ohio
    Boat
    Silverton
    Details
    330 Sport Bridge
    Engine(s)
    5.7 MPI 350 Merc Bluewaters
    Posts
    5,007

    Re: Sea Ray 650 Fly Bridge

    No link, I took a pic of an ad in this months Power and Motoryacht magazine.

    I think the boat looks awesome.
    Silverton 330 Sport Bridge, Kohler 7.3KW gennie, 8'6" Zodiac 3.5merc
    Previous:
    1992 Sea Ray 290DA
    1990 Sea Ray 220DA
    1989 Sea Ray 200 Bow Rider
    http://thecanvasmedic.com/#



  10. #20
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Location
    Lake St.Clair, Michigan
    Boat
    Searay
    Details
    1996 33 Searay Sundancer
    Engine(s)
    Mercruiser 7.4 MPI
    Posts
    248

    Re: Sea Ray 650 Fly Bridge

    looks like an AZIMUT.
    1996 330 Sundancer
    Twin 7.4 L Mercruiser MPI
    Lake St. Clair MI

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