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EASY LIVING

Source: LOA 46'8"MAX BEAM 14'2"

FULL DISCLOSURE: I’VE LOVED Sea Ray Sundancers since the mid-’70s, when my friend, Sea Ray founder Connie Ray, tucked a cabin under the bridge deck of an express cruiser, thus giving the family-friendly vessel motoryachtish accommodations.

But the Sea Ray Sundancer 460 isn’t one of my nostalgic reminiscences. It’s better than that. Start in the salon, which Sea Ray has now dubbed a “sunroom.”And for good reason: This inside living

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