Uploaded on Nov 4, 2011
The Sea Ray 630 Sundancer is a King-Size Sportyacht. Her Cockpit is surely one-of-a-kind... an imposing 27 feet, it provides plenty of room for guests, offering a circular seating area with fiberglass dining table, two aft-facing wraparound lounge seats, a raised sun-pad, an entertainment center with wet bar and storage, and a transom door leading to the large hydraulic swim platform.
The helm is designed for easy owner operation - with hydraulic steering and Electronic throttle controls, bow thruster, backlit instrumentation, Twin Raymarine GPS-Plotters E120, and more.
Walk down three steps to an environment of luxury, with 66-ounce deep pile, stain-resistant carpeting in living and sleeping areas, oak parquet flooring in the galley, and 14-K gold inlaid ceramic tile in the heads. Immediately to starboard is a custom leather sofa which electrically converts to a large bed.
In the 630 DA, this entire amidships area becomes a large guest stateroom with private en suite head.
On the port side, the galley includes custom-moulded counter tops and a Blanco sink with sculptured Moen faucet, a flush-mounted Sub Zero refrigerator and freezer with ice maker, custom four-burner electric stove, and built-in microwave - browning oven.
The dining area features a circular lounge with a custom hi - lo dining table. Lower the table, slip in a custom cushion, and the dinette lounge converts to a another double bed.
Forward, the master stateroom is dominated by a queen-size island bed. Coordinated bed linens and upholstery fabrics complement the walls and leather banquettes. Hidden storage is abundant, with deep drawers under the bed and mirrored, cedar-lined hanging lockers. The private master head includes a mirrored vanity with sink, plentiful storage drawers and enclosed shelving. There's a separate medicine cabinet with mirror. The enclosed shower features a moulded seat and adjustable shower wand.
To port, the guest head includes a moulded vanity and sink, shower, full-length mirror and built-in medicine cabinet.
The surface-drive propulsion system in the 630 DA precludes an aft cabin, but more than compensates with the spacious mid-cabin guest berth under the cockpit.
Sea Ray has outfitted the 630 Sundancer with twin Arneson Surface-Drives to eliminate all underwater appendages. The result is a 50 percent decrease in drag, which gives the boat quicker acceleration, a higher overall speed, and improved fuel economy for a longer cruising range. Speeds on her have been clocked in excess of 55 mph. A bullet proof drive system that is thought of as the gold standard in the industry.
Shallow water capabilities are also increased by over a foot with the elimination of underwater drive-shafts, struts, and rudders. The Arneson Surface-Drives are coupled to twin upgraded 1350 hp Caterpillar 3412TA's, to provide speed and dependability. Additional benefits of the Surface-Drives are trimmable propeller shafts for optimizing thrust, and surface-piercing propellers for more efficient propulsion. This is a $200K system where the props alone are $20K ea.