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Sea Ray 240 Sundancer
Newly redesigned for 2006, this Sea Ray is comfortable and fast: 46.5 mph on test day.
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Founded in 1959, Sea Ray was one of the first boat builders to use fiberglass in the construction of pleasure boats. With a line of more than 40 models ranging from 18- to 68-feet, Sea Ray is a major producer of quality pleasure boats.
 

270 Select EX
Sea Ray has carefully planned every space aboard the new 270 Select EX to make sure it's accommodating and fully-functional in all respects. This 28-foot bowrider comes equipped with a changing room, refreshment center and plenty of seating to carry and entertain a group of friends. This boat cruised comfortably at 3000 rpm traveling 26 mph, and hit a top speed of 49.3 mph.
 

205 Sport
The 205 Sport is designed after the 200 Sport and comparably stands out with its newly revamped look and overall performance. This boat is equipped with plenty of features that will enable your family to enjoy a day on the water whether you are out to ski, wakeboard, or simply cruise. On test day the 205 Sport astounded our captains with her precision and handling. Our boat planed in a mere 3.4 seconds, achieved 30 mph in 7.4 seconds, and reached a top speed of 50.2 mph.
 

185 Sport
Among its many features on the 185 Sport from Sea Ray is a newly designed bow seating arrangement. Sea Ray opted for two comfortable corner seats instead of the wraparound bench usually found on small runabouts. Equipped with a 4.3 L engine on test day, the 185 Sport reached 50.5 mph at wide-open throttle and we found she cruised most economically at 30.9 mph for a range of 114 miles. The 185 Sport with a 3.0 L engine was also tested. Click here to see the results.
 
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