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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