This Is A 2006 Sea Ray 220 Select . Equipped With A Fuel Injected Mercruiser, 350 Mag Bravo-3, Dual SS Prop I/O, 260Hp And Only 300 Hours, Seats 10, Driver And Passenger Captain Seats With Boosters, Open Bow Seating With Storage, Rear Bench And Sun Pad. Has Tilt Wheel, Am/Fm Cd Player, Snap Carpet, Ski Locker, Bimini Top, Dual Batteries With Switch, Fire Extinguisher, Trim Indicator And Swim Step with Fold Down Ladder.
OUTDRIVE STOLEN AND REPLACED WITH NEW 2011 !!!
LOA: 23 ft 6 in
Beam: 8 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 1 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 0 in
Deadrise: 21 ° at Transom
Dry Weight: 4370 lbs
Max Load Capacity: 1800 lbs
Max Bridge Clearance 4' 3''
Engine Brand: MerCruiser
Year Built: 2006
Engine Model: 5.0L MPI Alpha I MCM
Engine Type: Inboard/Outboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Engine Hours: 300
Drive Type: Stern drive
Engine Power: 260 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (10 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (50 Gallons)
Number of heads: 1
Seating Capacity: 10
Good times just keep getting better. The Sea Ray 220 Sundeck boasts a huge bow eating area big enough for family and friends, plus an expanded entertainment center with sink and fully enclosed fiberglass head. Additional features include a portside bucket seat that converts to a sun lounger and satellite-radio stereo with weatherproof speakers.
Electric bilge pump
Boat Test Report
Tested by Capt. Dan Maxwell
Sea Ray’s new 220 Sundeck was designed to capture the fast growing deckboat audience by combining an open layout with a sportboat hull. With the impressive power package and a lengthy features list this boat has something to say, and the test result are impressive in their own right. This 220 is bound to be a winning combination for Sea Ray.
The 220 Sundeck handles just like a sportboat should, very responsive and easy too maneuver in tight situations. She was quick to take off, and planed out nicely. Her top speed was 51.9 miles per hour and she has a comfortable cruising speed of 24 miles per hour. The boat leaned over effortlessly in tight turns and maintained her deckboat integrity in rough water.
The Helm Station
The 220 Sundeck has a very nicely designed helm station, which includes an instrument package with a speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, trim tabs, and a water temperature gauge. The stainless steel tilt steering wheel makes access to the helm seat a breeze. That’s where you’ll find a shift and throttle lever with a built in out-drive trim button and ignition circuit switches. All of this adds to the comfort level of the driver. The visibility is 360 degrees from the helm seat, which is a big plus when it comes to combining pleasure with safety.
Up at the Bow
Let’s talk about the layout of this deckboat. Forward you have a collapsible swim ladder that can be stowed in a combination swim ladder/chain locker. This leads you to the forward lounge area which has ample seating, a removable table, a snap on carpet liner, and lots of storage.
Moving aft through the walk-through windshield you have a large and quite comfortable enclosed porta-potti, a swivel seat on the port side that matches the helm seat, and more bench style seating that wraps around another removable table. This leads to a wide walk through to the integral swim platform that has an integrated self-stowing drop down swim ladder and plenty of room.
Some other nice features in the layout include two sinks (one forward and one aft) an electric engine hatch cover, various grab handles, a 12-volt accessory outlet and an AM/FM stereo with CD player and waterproof speakers. This entire layout spells nothing but fun.
The Sea Ray 220 Sundeck has done a really nice job at combining the sport boat hull with the deck boat layout. They have also integrated some options generally used in much larger boats. They started with an engine hatch, which is electronically driven and opens to give full access for ease of maintenance such as oil change, a water/fuel separator, batteries and battery switches.
The Sundeck is powered by a single 260 horse power 6.2 liter MerCruiser equipped with a Bravo III sterndrive and stainless steel dual prop system making this a very efficient power package. Match that with a fifty-gallon fuel tank and you’ve got some serious cruising range.
All in all, the design of the Sea Ray 220 Sundeck is well thought out by combining the sport boat hull with the deckboat layout. Sea Ray has come up with a very efficient, easy to handle, fun to drive, spacious 23-foot boat. With the deckboat market becoming one of the fastest growing in the industry, Sea Ray can rest assured they will obtain a favorable spot.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice
Between the Bridges Marina
142 Ferry Road
Old Saybrook, CT 06475