1988 Sea Ray 390 Express Cruiser


1988 Sea Ray 390 Express Cruiser

Type Express Cruiser
Make / Model Sea Ray / 390 Express Cruiser
Year / Condition 1988 / Used
Length / Width 39' / 13' 6"
Engine Twin
Engine Description Twin Mercruiser 454
Fuel Type Gas
Hull Material Fiberglass
Stock # 109694
Boat Location Dallas, TX
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Full Description

Great family boat for cruising or a weekend retreat located at The Cliffs Resort and Golf Course on Possum Kingdom Lake, 90 miles west of Fort Worth, Texas.Two staterooms offer plenty of room to relax. The boat has a single-level galley shared with a salon area. The forward Master V-Berth has a Kingsize Stateroom, private sink, and mirror separate from the head off from the salon. And an added plus, the salon has an additional pull-out for a third bed. An automatic vac-u-flush head, separated by a stand-up shower accommodating perfectly the two separate bedrooms, salon, and gallery area.

The galley provides excellent counter space, huge amounts of storage in over and under cabinets, and is equipped with a microwave and stovetop. Another added plus, the refrigeration was replaced in 2017 with the best upgrade in the industry, Isolterm.

The galley and salon are equipped with a 16,500 btu air conditioning and heating unit and staterooms with an 8,500 btu unit.The afterdeck is very spacious and allows for entertaining while out on the water or at the dock. It's your choice for your favorite music with an Alpine System supplying music throughout the entire boat with segregated speakers. And let's don't forget the cooler months for some of the best cruising weather, the boat is equipped with a complete canvas enclosure with Isinglass windows.

Now for the best. I've owned this boat for over twenty years this August of 2021, motors are equipped with an FWC (Fresh Water Cooling System). It's a plus for both fresh and saltwater owners. No more winterizing or flushing of motors if you wish to use the boat in saltwater conditions. By the way, the boat has always been kept in a covered freshwater slip. The boat's last bottom paint job was done in July 2018, the first picture of the boat sitting in the yard at Grandpapa's Marina on Texoma Lake.

Mechanically, the boat has 1,200 motor hours. The motors, generator, and air-conditioning/heating units have been regularly serviced and kept in perfect running condition. If you've never experienced the cruise of a larger boat, then you owe it to yourself to check this 390 SeaRay out.