2006 Sea Ray 52 Sedan Bridge
- Length52' 3"
- Width15' 3"
- LocationLake Ozark, MO
New Listing, Beautiful 2006 52' Sea Ray Sedan Bridge with Twin Cummins Diesel QSM 11 (640 hp each) and a 13.5 Onan Diesel Generator to power your systems while underway. Asking $499,995.00 OBO Specifications Overall Length: 52′ 3″ / 16 mBeam: 15′ 3″ / 4.65 m Draft: 51″ / 1.30... Read More
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- Engine Use278 Hours
- Hull TypeFiberglass
Twin Cummins QSM 11 (40hp each)
Full DescriptionNew Listing, Beautiful 2006 52' Sea Ray Sedan Bridge with Twin Cummins Diesel QSM 11 (640 hp each) and a 13.5 Onan Diesel Generator to power your systems while underway. Asking $499,995.00 OBO
Overall Length: 52′ 3″ / 16 mBeam: 15′ 3″ / 4.65 m
Draft: 51″ / 1.30 m
Dry Weight: 42,000 lbs / 19,051kg
Fuel Capacity: 500 gal / 1,892 L
Water Capacity: 140 gal / 530 L
Holding Tank: 68 gal / 257 L
Dead Rise: 15 degrees
2006 52' Sea Ray Sedan Bridge Yacht
Indeed. You have arrived. And that’s exactly what the Sea Ray 520 Sedan Bridge yacht says – quietly without any need to state it on the transom – as you pull up to any dock, anywhere. It quietly says you’ve arrived – in style, with grace, to a place in your life where you settle for nothing but the very best.
Sea Ray designed the 520’s salon for entertaining. The galley and dinette are both up and included in the main conversation area.
Ok, so now I have the hook, let me take you aboard on my test our subject test boat, finished in the Blue gel coat on the hull with white topsides and canvas, was moored stern in.
In a quiet anchorage while the music spills out from the Bose stereo in the salon. Guests not wishing to dance, could enjoy the space and L-shaped seating of the aft cockpit just through the port-side transom door. Both groups will appreciate the transom entertainment centre with icemaker and grill.
When your guests arrive, and step through the sliding glass doors into the salon, they’ll be treated to an interior finished in beautiful dark cherry Lignapal wood and Prestige Biege upholstery with a light maple hardwood floor. Simply stunning. There’s an ultraleather couch with pull out sofabed to port, a facing couch with storage underneath for the bedding to starboard.
Forward, the raised L-shaped dinette over the guest stateroom, features a beautiful bird’s-eye maple table that swivels for easy in-and-out access, and there’s clever storage in the table base that’s accessible from the starboard galley. Seated, everyone has a commanding 360 degree view through the large forward and side windows and aft out through the sliding door.
The dinette offers a commanding 360 degree view from its raised position over the guest stateroom.
The galley says that the chef has arrived. A solid surface u-shaped counter in mystic black is centered around an under counter separate stainless fridge and freezer. There’s a two burner electric stove with an over-the-range vent hood; a convention/microwave; large stainless sink and coffee maker.
My wife thought there was ample storage in the galley cabinets but then she discovered “the pantry”. Under the galley floor, which rises via an electric hatch, and down two steps, there’s a massive space that houses the washer/dryer combo and on two large shelves dedicated space for four large storage bins. Heaven.
The galley is a chefs dream. Note the over-the-range vent hood.
Moving forward, the guest stateroom is to port with a double innerspring mattress, hanging storage, a flatscreen TV and access to the day head. I love the thoughtful touches like the skylight overhead that provides plenty of light through from the forward windows. To starboard, the kids’ stateroom features twin bunk beds as well as hanging storage and a skylight.
The day head with separate shower also features the same mystic black solid surface counter, a stainless sink and large mirrors on the overhead cabinet doors. As you’d expect in a yacht of this size, the day head isn’t a closet shoe-horned into stolen space, but rather a proper room with space and décor to match.
All forward rooms are accessed through a solid wood dark cherry door with chrome handset and hinges that just feel luxurious. The master stateroom features an island queen with large drawers underneath and his and hers hanging storage to either side. A private TV/DVD and stereo system, with overhead indirect lighting make this room a true private oasis. The overhead hatch features both blackout and screen roller blinds. Two portholes provide you with a view of the morning before you decide to rise or roll over and drift back off to sleep. The private head is to starboard and appointed identically to the day head, yet it features a curved plexi-glass wall that provides plenty of room to move (and yes ladies, to shave) in the shower.
The master stateroom is a private oasis with a queen island bed, private TV and stereo system.
When either you or your guests arrive on the foredeck, you’ll be treated to an abundance of space thanks in part to the over fifteen foot beam. Up here there’s a large double sunpad with separate adjustable backrests, cupholders, two large anchor locker access hatches, a rope/chain windlass with foot pedals and a remote searchlight.
Up on the 520’s bridge, twin captain’s chairs are positioned behind a dream helm equipped with a Raymarine VHF, widescreen radar and GPS, the Raypilot autohelm, and controls for the Vetus bow thruster,. Overhead, the Mercury SmartCraft displays provide every possible number on the performance of the twin Cummins MerCruiser diesels you could possibly want. Forward of the helm, there’s a large u-shaped sofa centered around a table with the entertainment centre to port. There is room enough up here for all your guests to cruise “above-it-all” in style with a commanding view, and the fridge and wet bar means you don’t have to go back down below for snacks or beverages. The hardtop protects from the sun, while the Isinglass side curtains provide roll up access to that wind-in-your-hair feeling we all know and love, for those days that you don’t want the bridge air conditioning on.