The Sea Ray 180 Dual Console was designed with a wide-open unobstructed cockpit to provide plenty of room for family outings, or for battling bass with a buddy in the early morning hours. In either case, the seating arrangements on the 180 Dual Console are ideal for tackling sport fishing or for just enjoying the sport of leisure. Two swivel helm seats with snap-on cushions make it easy to move about the cockpit and get to the water. The large bow seating area has plenty of storage space below. With an optional Fish and Ski package, there's a removable raised bow casting platform, swivel pedestal seat, ski tow pylon, and more - and that's in addition to the standard 15-gallon live baitwell, built-in tackle drawers on the port console, and side rod storage. The Sea Ray 180 Dual Console also takes the storage needs of skiers into account. A hinged ski locker hatch with a gas-assisted lift, and the largest fiberglass floor storage compartment of any dual console in its class make it simple to store large, bulky items so they're never in the way. The in-floor storage also features vinyl matting to whisk water away and minimize mildew. At the helm, the captain is in full command with all the needed gauges, including a tachometer with built-in hourmeter. So there's no more worrying about scheduled maintenance. There's room to add even more electronics in the custom-molded fiberglass dash. No-feedback cable steering and power tilt and trim make it easy to get to where the fish are, fast - especially with a standard 115 horsepower Mercury Outboard providing the power. Audible engine alarms, an automatic bilge pump, and color-coded wiring add even more peace of mind while underway. The Sea Ray 180 Dual Console was made to last with high-performance vinylester resin on the hull. It was built using Sea Ray's Five-Axis Mill technology - a sophisticated piece of equipment that allows the master pattern to be crafted with tolerances of 1-2000 of an inch from the computer design and then developed and tested to give optimum performance on the water. Stainless steel hardware is used throughout, including in the high-profile welded bow rail. The 180 Dual Console also meets all USCG, NMMA, and ABYC standards as well as level flotation requirements - and it comes with its own trailer.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Deep Vee
LOA: 18 ft 0 in
Beam: 7 ft 6 in
Deadrise: 19 ° at Transom
Dry Weight: 1950 lbs
Engine Option 1: 1x Mercury Mercury 115 HP