This 340 Sundancer has had services on A/C, engines, riser & manifolds, bottom paint & buffed in waxed in the last month. The Sea Ray 340 Sundancer replaced the previous 340 Sundancer (1999-2002) a top selling model in the Sea Ray fleet. Wider in the beam, 12', than her predecessor 11'6", with a newly designed cockpit and a deep-V hull with integrated swim platform. The sleek styling of the 340 Sundancer conceals an interior that seems remarkably spacious for a 34-foot boat. The cabin is well lit with seven ports and overhead hatches, and the upscale decor is accented with rich cherry cabinets and earth tone fabrics and upholstery. A spacious interior with pedestal berth forward and convertible settees in the salon and mid cabin area. Solid surface counters and quality hardware are found in the galley, and privacy curtains separate the sleeping areas from the main cabin. Semicircular lounge seating is aft in the cockpit, and an electric hatch lifts to reveal a rather compact engine compartment. The helm is notable for its excellent design and good visibility. A premium express finished to very high standards, MerCruiser 370hp V-drive inboards cruise the Sea Ray 340 Sundancer at 23–24 knots and reach a top speed in the low 30s. This is very clean boat that spent most of it’s life on Lake Lanier in GA. It found its way south in 2011.