For many boating enthusiasts, Sea Ray is the gold standard for deck
boats and bowriders. It's not always easy to tell the two types apart.
They look very alike at first glance, and it's not until a closer look
reveals the deckboats's fuller bow section and front boarding gate that
the differences become apparent. Built on a solid fiberglass hull with a
trailerable 8'6" beam, Sea Ray designers gave the 240 Sundeck slightly
more freeboard than standard deckboats so she'll be dryer in big-water
conditions. The versatile cockpit features comfortable seating for
There are port and starboard lounge seats at the
bow with molded armrests, grab bars, drink holders and storage beneath.
The portside console houses a small head compartment, and ski/wakeboard
storage is found in the cockpit floor. There's plenty of storage in the
240, more than might be expected in a boat this size. A hinged aft seat
provides good engine access. Additional features include a cockpit
table, tilt steering wheel, two built-in coolers (one a carry-on),
freshwater shower, transom door, and an extended swim platform. A single
300hp MerCruiser I/O delivers 35+ knots top.