SEA RAY’S SPECIAL-EDITION SLX-R 350 OUTBOARD MAKES ITS EUROPEAN DEBUT AT CANNES

Sea Ray SLXR

Sept 3, 2019

At the Cannes Yachting Festival, Sept. 10–15, Sea Ray will continue its celebration of 60 years of remarkably crafted boats with the European debut of the limited-edition SLX-R package of the all-new SLX 350 Outboard. Kicking off the international boating season, the Cannes Yachting Festival is Europe’s leading in-water boating event attracting 51,000 visitors and showcasing more than 630 boats.
 
“The Cannes Yachting Festival’s prestige and international reputation makes it one of the best boating shows in the world,” said Steve Langlais, Sea Ray president. “We’re excited to introduce the cutting-edge SLX-R 350 Outboard to European boaters at this event that is well-known for world-class innovation.”
 
As a first-of-its-kind model, the SLX-R 350 Outboard features elevated design elements and innovative technologies paired with the unmatched power and performance of twin Mercury® Racing 450R engines – a brand-new standard offering. Technology highlights include an exclusive helm display with intuitive SelectResponse™ 12-inch glass displays and state-of-the-art systems from Simrad®, a Mastervolt NMEA 2000 charging system, and a premier FUSION® Marine audio system with a full-size screen for the ultimate in technologically advanced sound.
 
Enhancing the SLX 350 aesthetic, the SLX-R showcases upscale design elements and details including premium carbon fiber accents on the boat’s hardtop arch, special-edition Shadow metallic gel paint, superior quality upholstery with contrast stitching, red underwater lighting and red accent lighting throughout the vessel. The interior Port Hideaway® offers a relaxing area to retreat out of the elements with plush seating, a TV, air-conditioning and other welcome luxuries. A special interior package is also available.
  
In addition, the following Sea Ray models will be available at the Cannes Yachting Festival:
SDX 270
SDX 290 Outboard
SLX 250
SLX 310
All-new! SLX 350
European Debut! SLX-R 350 Outboard 
Sun Sport 230 Outboard
Sundancer 290

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