Considering the overwhelming presence of Sea Ray in today's market, it's interesting to note that the 300 Weekender was one of Sea Ray's largest models back in the late 1970's. The Weekender was a very popular boat in her day thanks to her clean styling, a practical interior and lots of cockpit space. Indeed, the styling of the 300 Weekender is still her most enduring quality although her flush deck makes for modest headroom below deck. The cabin accommodations are basic with V-berths forward, a convertible dinette, a compact galley area and head compartment. The roomy cockpit lacks the built-in lounges and wet bar seen in more modern boats so you can actually do some fishing in the Weekender without difficulty. Additional features include a solid fiberglass deep-V hull, teak cabin rails, stainless bow rail, teak swim platform, underwater exhausts and sliding cabin windows.
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The wide beam on this vessel provides a nice amount of interior space. Forward stateroom sleeps two and the dinette converts to sleep two. The salon has a comfortable settee with galley and head adjacent.
975 W. Savidge
Spring lake, MI 49456