Sea Ray adds more sun to the Sundancer 370 with Webasto

Sundancer 370

May 25, 2021

By its very name, the Sundancer 370 Outboard elicits images of outdoor adventure and elegance. The newest model from Sea Ray® is fully loaded with next-generation technology and upscale amenities such as a Series 80 Marine Sunroof from Webasto.

The Sundancer 370 is the first model to incorporate Sea Ray’s new design language, which was carried through the design of the roof to appear as one large sleek panel from above and serves as a focal point of the model. With the touch of a button, the Series 80 Marine Sunroof tilts and silently glides open to reveal a 3′ x 7′ sky view for maximum natural light and ventilation.

The Series 80 Marine Sunroof is 100% waterproof. It comes fully assembled for a straight-forward, drop-in OEM installation that delivers a custom, integrated appearance—as demonstrated with the Sundancer’s innovative coupe top. As the world’s largest manufacturer of marine and automotive sunroofs, Webasto’s product functionality and proven reliability are unrivaled.

The Sundancer 370 features a rectangular tinted glass panel Webasto Series 80 Marine Sunroof. The Series 80 is also available in solid fiberglass and sandwich construction, D-shapes and double-curved solutions for the ability to add a sunroof to virtually any boat design. The standard power is 12V DC with 24V DC available.

Celebrating 45 years of its immensely popular Sundancer line, Sea Ray’s 370 Outboard is a marriage of style, livability and impressive performance. At 39′ 9″ LOA with a 12′ beam, it’s offered in an open or enclosed coupe configuration and powered by triple Mercury® Verado® 300 hp outboard engines, making the express cruiser ideal for day trips and weekend cruising. Learn more about the Sundancer 370 at

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