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When Cornelius, aka Connie Ray, founded a runabout construction workshop in Detroit, Michigan in 1959, he likely had no idea that his Searay shipyard would become the world's leading recreational powerboat builder two decades later. Sold in 1986 to Brunswick Marine for the colossal sum of $350 million at the time, Searay is an American success story.
Searay has built a myriad of inboard and outboard powerboats since the 1970s, ranging in length from 5 metres to 20 metres. Initially specialising in Open hulls suitable for water-skiing, cruising and inshore fishing, activity was diversified in the 1980s with the construction of a Cabin Cruiser: the romantically named Searay Sundancer.
Searay Sundancers are liveable inboard power cruisers. The current range also includes outboard engines; however these boats are less suited to cruising as their engines are noisier than their diesel counterparts. Searay Sundancers generally have a mid-cabin with births positioned transversally and a double bed fitted in the forepeak. Twin engines are always fitted - outboard and inboard versions are available - and the Searay Sundancer is capable of hitting 35 knots.
The Searay Sundancer 320 stands out among the shipyard's many successful creations.
Several thousand of these boats were sold over the course of a long run, with the Searay Sundancer 320 the first to feature a forward deck protected by rails, creating the space for a large fixed sunbathing area. The Searay Sundancer 320 is now available in both inboard and outboard versions.
Sundancer: find your future boats
The range of boats centralizes models with similar characteristics, both in their design and in their use. A boat builder can have a range dedicated to racing-cruising yachts and another specializing in small outboard motor boats. The ranges of boats may need to evolve to better meet the expectations of boaters. Thus, certain ranges are disappearing to make way for new generations of boats.
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