|Make: Sea Ray Boats|
|Model: 300 Weekender|
|Length: 30 ft. 0 in.|
|Location: Mt. Clemens, MI|
|Type: Express Fisherman Boats|
A MUST TO CONSIDER; PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP SHOWS THROUGHOUT THIS 1988 SEA RAY 300 WEEKENDER -- PLEASE SEE FULL SPECS FOR COMPLETE LISTING DETAILS.
Freshwater / Great Lakes boat since new this vessel features Twin MerCruiser 350-cid 260-hp Inboard Gas Engine's. Notable features include but are not limited to the following: Air-Conditioning & Heat, Sleeping Accommodations for Four, Head (Manual Flush) w/Vanity/Sink/Shower, Full Camper-Top Canvas Package (New 2012), Snap-in Snap-out Cockpit Carpeting, AM/FM Stereo System w/CD-Player, Upgraded 4-Blade Propellers, and MUCH more!
Broker Notes: Sale includes owners manuals. Contact listing agent with any questions, or to arrange showing.
The PowerBoat Guide had this to say:
The Sea Ray 300 Weekender of the early 1980's is a straightforward express cruiser with inboard power, a flush cockpit, and practical cabin accommodation's. While the Weekender is somewhat dated by today's styling standards, she remains a good selection for used-boat buyers looking for a reliable and well built express. She rides on a solid fiberglass deep-V hull, and a wide 11-foot beam results in a rather spacious interior with berths for two adults and two kids. Unlike her sistership the 300 Sundancer (1985-89), the Weekender does not have a mid berth aft. In other respects, however, the floorplans of the two boats are identical. A double berth is located in the forward stateroom which has a sliding curtain for privacy. A convertible dinette is to port, and the standup head compartment contains a sink and shower. Because there's no mid-cabin, the Weekenders cockpit is flush--a feature that provides for a more open cockpit. Double-wide helm and companion seats are forward, and a removable lounge seat at the transom seats three. There are storage pockets under the gunnels, and a transom door was standard.