1986 Sea Ray 300 Weekender — SOLD — The Hull Truth — Boating and Fishing Forum

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Sea Ray 300 Express

I’m a two boat owner, looking to accommodate the changes in life that invariably occur from time to time. I’m looking to simplify and move into one boat, likely a center console in the 22′ — 26′ range. Unfortunately, we no longer have the time to use Commocean as we have in the past.

I’ve owned Commocean for 8 years, and have methodically upgraded her for extended cruising, whether on the hook, or dockside. Always maintained with an open checkbook. The list of equipment is extensive, with most items done within the last 2-3 years:

She’s powered by straight inboard Mercruiser (Crusader 4-Bolt Main Blocks) 260HP 5.7L engines with approximately 900 hours, full fresh water cooling running automotive thermostats and very recent OEM risers.

New Volvo-style raw water pump conversion makes servicing impellers a breeze.

Westerbeke 4.5KW Generator (approximately 700 hours) runs like a sewing machine and powers all onboard accessories (air conditioning, galley, etc.). Newly rebuilt raw water pump.

30AMP shore power (new Marinco shore power cord and stainless receptacle).

Simpson-Lawrence Horizon 900 Windlass with all chain rode.

Newer 12,000BTU air conditioning and heating with digital controller and new March A/C cooling pump.

Raymarine RC530 color chart plotter, Raymarine depth finder, Standard Horizon VHF, AM/FM/CD.

Fuel vapor detection system.

Custom aluminum radar arch and top with new isenglass.

Pressurized water system.

Full galley with fridge, microwave and new Seaward Princess glass-top range.

Head with sink and newer Blakes-Lavac toilet with Lectra-San system . makes overnighting on the hook easy.

Stainless water heater.

Sea Ray 300 Weekender

Brand new Xantrex TrueCharge 2 20A, 3-bank battery charger

New Sunbrella interior with custom teak and holly flooring.

Bottom was hand sanded to gelcoat, faired, and expoxy coated, and Trinidad ablative paint applied two years ago. New packing glands were installed at that time, along with new trim tab planes. Prior service included cutlass bearings, prop reconditioning and shaft testing.

Bottom serviced monthly by professional dive service, including replacement of zincs as needed. Diver reports paint condition is excellent.

Cruises at 25 knots, and tops out over 30 knots. She burns around 16gph at cruise.

As you can see, this is not a fix it up to sell it kind of vessel. Don’t let her age fool you. If you’re looking for an economical, reasonably priced vessel that’s ready for extended cruising, you’ll have to look long and hard to find a boat of this caliber and size, in this price range. She’s a real 30′, with 11.5′ beam, and makes the new 30′ boats look like they’re 25′ long.

Asking $17.5K or reasonable offer. I may consider a late model center console in the 22′ — 28′ range, using Commocean as a partial trade.

Serious inquiries only, please.

Sea Ray 300 Weekender

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