|Make: Sea Ray Boats|
|Model: 310 Express Cruiser|
|Length: 31 ft. 0 in.|
|Location: Mt. Clemens, MI|
|Type: Express Fisherman Boats|
(CURRENT OWNER OF 9-YEARS) NICELY EQUIPPED AND BOASTING NUMEROUS UPDATES / UPGRADES THIS 1990 SEA RAY 310 EXPRESS CRUISER IS A MUST TO CONSIDER -- PLEASE SEE FULL SPECS FOR COMPLETE LISTING DETAILS. LOW INTEREST EXTENDED TERM FINANCING AVAILABLE -- CALL OR EMAIL OUR SALES OFFICE FOR DETAILS.
Freshwater / Great Lakes boat since new this vessel features Twin MerCruiser 5.7-litre 310-hp Gas Engine's with 857 original hours. Notable features include but are not limited to the following: Air-Conditioning & Heat, Head (Vacuflush) w/Vanity/Sink/Shower, Central Vacuum System, Quicksilver Generator, Windlass Anchor, Electronics Package (VHF Marine Radio, GPS w/Chartplotter, Autopilot), New 2011 Full Stamoid Camper-Top Canvas Package w/Strata-Glass, and MUCH more!
The PowerBoat Guide had this to say:
Introduced as the 310 Express Cruiser in 1990 to 1991, the Sea Ray 330 Express was a good selling boat in the early 1990s thanks to her crisp styling and a very roomy interior. Like most Sea Rays of her era, she was built on a solid fiberglass hull with an integrated swim platform and a generous 11-foot, 5-inch beam. (Note that inboard models incorporated prop pockets and side dumping exhausts.) While she eschews the mid-cabin floorplan popular in most express boats, the wide open salon of the 310/330 EC is unusually spacious for a boat this size. The salon is dominated by a huge wraparound sofa (which converts into a sleeper by night), and a privacy curtain separates the stateroom from the main cabin. Because the interior is so large, the cockpit of the 310/330 is on the small side. The companion and double helm seats hold three adults, while an aft-facing bench seat has room for two more. A foldaway transom seat and radar arch were popular options. Note that oval ports replaced the original sliding cabin windows in 1994.