New product is coming out of Sea Ray at a rapid-fire pace, with each offering designed to be a category leader. In September the Tennessee-based company launched a brand-new 510 Sundancer (see page 32 for a full test), with a bright and open layout and optional Zeus pod drives. There’s so much light in the saloon that Sea Ray calls it “the sunroom.” The owner’s stateroom is amidships; a VIP cabin is forward. Twin 550-horsepower Cummins diesels power this latest “Dancer” to a top speed of 30 knots.
If you haven’t seen the Cranchi 60 ST yet, you may not know what you’re missing. There’s a lot of interesting details we discovered on our test. Have a look and see if you agree.
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