Boating - - TESTS -

Dual sta­tions in the Fly 400 give com­plete ver­sa­til­ity to the skip­per and al­low his crew to en­joy boat­ing in tem­per­ate weather on the roomy bridge above or in chilly weather in the sump­tu­ous salon be­low. Steps to the bridge are carved from the aft cock­pit but of­fer a less ath­letic climb to the up­per deck, and the gen­er­ous beam ac­com­mo­dates the struc­ture while still leav­ing en­joy­able cock­pit space with a built-in lounge and ta­ble. There’s some­thing to be said for a 40-footer.

Once above, the crew is treated to a large L-shaped lounge that wraps around from star­board to stern, and a dual lounge fac­ing for­ward next to the helm seat adds more seat­ing to to­tal at least eight cov­eted spots.

Sea Ray is known for lux­u­ri­ous ap­point­ments, hard­wood and qual­ity vinyl, and all those treat­ments are ap­par­ent in the mas­ter state­room and the as­ton­ish­ingly large amid­ships cabin.

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