This gorgeous SeaRay 260 Sundeck looks like it was kept in a time machine. Stored indoors and never left in the water. Showroom condition. Please take the time to come and see this beauty.
Dry Weight: 5,168 lbs
Deadrise/Transom: 21 deg.
Max Headroom: open
Two large storage lockers in cockpit sole, and transom-access ski/wakeboard storage
Transom seat that looks out over swim platform
Cockpit entertainment center with sink and faucet
Sony 12V AM/FM CD player with digital display remote and iPod connecton
SmartCraft diagnostics system standard
Sunbrella bimini top standard
Forward boarding ladder in concealed anchor hatch
Large head compartment with vanity, sink, and portable head standard
Extended swim platform with non-slip rubber inserts and concealed ladder
The mission statement of the 260 Sundeck is to provide a large day boat for boat owners with lots of friends or a big family. In the 260 Sundeck the two types of boat -- sportboat and deckboat -- have been blurred on purpose in order to appeal to both segments of the market. She makes an solid entertainment platform as well as a functional watersports boat.Sea Ray gave her a higher freeboard than standard deckboats so that she will be dryer in big water conditions. Her designers also decided to also make her look more like a sportboat than a deckboat for styling reasons, even though she has all of the functionality of a deckboat.
With the 300-hp 350 MAG MerCruiser turning a Bravo 3 outdrive we reached a top speed at 5290 rpm and 46.9 mph. At that speed fuel burn was measured at 23.6 GPH giving us a range of 116 miles. Best cruise was found to be at 3000 rpm and 23 mph. That reduced the fuel burn to only 7.2 gph which the 260 Sundeck can keep up for just over 8 hours and 186 miles while still maintaining a 10% reserve.Clearly, if you plan on loading your 260 up to the 14 person max capacity and still do some towing, the 350 MAG will be the way to go. It gave us very quick response to the throttle reaching planing speed in 3.4 seconds. We then continued accelerating through 20 mph in 5.7 seconds, 30 mph in 8.5 seconds, and passed 40 mph in only 12.6 seconds.