This 44 Sedan Bridge is in fantastic condition, loaded and ready to go. Only 450 hours on the Cummins 500 QSC diesels. She has forward facing sonar, bow and stern thrusters, and a hydraulic swim platform, all the stuff you want but cannot quite get yourself to order, well it is already here.
Large bridge deck with U-shaped seating for up to six
Full-equipped galley with upright refrigerator/freezer
Spacious master stateroom with private head
Guest cabin with twin berths
Large saloon with comfortable sofa
Dinette seats four
Entertainment System with TV/VCR in saloon and master stateroom
Spacious cockpit for entertaining guests
Please check out the detailed photos of this boat. They really tell the story.
The 44 Sedan Bridge was new for 2004 and features two private staterooms and two heads, making it your perfect getaway for a family or two couples. She features all the luxuries you’ve come to expect from Sea Ray, and this one is equipped as well as any around.
This boat sleeps six adults in absolute comfort, and does it with a Euro / Cosmopolitan flair. The carpeted floor, brown and tan leatherette seating and stainless steel accents are stunning. The saloon is broken into two levels, the main and lower levels for convenience and better flow. Conversation space is what the main level is all about. Long couches flank both port and starboard sides in the 44. The port side couch is really a folding sleeper sofa for two. Just forward of the port side couch is a cozy L-shaped dinette that is elevated slightly to provide a panoramic view of the outside world.
Meals will take on a new flavor when you swing the lavish wood and polished steel dinning table into place. This table is a work of art all in itself, as it can fold and rotate out of place, giving you and your guests more room to relax. From almost any seat in the saloon, you have a view of the flat screen LCD TV and entertainment center that packs everything one might need for added ambiance while aboard.
Stepping down a few steps into the lower level, you’ll find the galley. This area received the same design treatment as the saloon, with wood trimmed cabinets, black faux granite counter tops and stainless steel sink and hardware. The sink and two-burner cook top are hidden under removable panels that stow neatly under the counter in special holders. All your basic needs are covered in the galley with its refrigerator, freezer, coffee maker and Tappan microwave/convection oven combo.
The lower level also contains the staterooms and heads. To port is the guest stateroom that has twin berths. With the help of a filler board and cushions, these two beds convert into a very roomy queen berth. The guest head is located forward of the guest stateroom and has its own private entrance. Inside you’ll find lots of space at the vanity or in the separate stand up shower. The owner’s cabin is all the way forward on the lower level, and features a queen-sized island berth with tons of storage compartments everywhere and an en suite head. This head is slightly larger than the guest head, but comparably equipped with a vacu-flush toilet and a shower nozzle that’s adjustable for crews of all sizes.
If you can tear yourself from the air-conditioned comfort of the 44's interior, you pass through a sliding glass door at the rear of the saloon, and are greeted by a spacious cockpit. A long transom seat provides storage for your gear or can be removed should you decide to do some blue-water fishing or diving. Water access will be easier, thanks to a big transom door and a wide, hydraulic swim platform at the stern. Moving up to the flybridge is easy and safe thanks to large steps for sure-footed confidence in rough seas. Located on this upper level is a U-shaped settee that has enough room for up to six people to enjoy cocktails and meals. Or, you can convert the seating into a giant sun lounge.
The captain will enjoy the helm, which is laid out in typical Sea Ray style; everything right where you need it. The gauges, controls and navigation, are all right at your fingertips. To help the skipper and mate stay comfortable, wrap-around bucket seats with flip-up bolsters replace the typical bench seating that is found on many yachts. The electronics are well thought out on this 44. Twin Northstar 6000i's, Radar, auto pilot, VHF and a Clarion CD are on the bridge. To top it off the bridge is air conditioned and heated.
Power is from low hour(450) Cummins QSC diesels. She will cruise nearly 300 miles between fuel stops at close to 20 mph.
Electrical power away from the dock is supplied by the 11.5 kW Onan gennie. She has all the gear you could ask for.
Electric bilge pump
Air conditioning Heating
Fresh water maker Sea water pump
Swimming ladder Cockpit shower
This 44 is an outstanding example of Sea Ray quality. Well equipped, fresh bottom paint absolutely ready to cruise, live aboard or weekend aboard. She is in Fort Myers and ready for inspection. Priced right, will have no problems with a tough survey. This is a good one.