The sensational Sea Ray 310 SLX boat makes it to our Superyacht Sunday feature today. A 9.6-meter boat which the company has christened as attention seeking both to the owners and passersby. We totally agree, and the 310 SLX may not be a 60-foot yacht but the design, interior styling and precise technology is one to reckon with for a vessel of its size.
Key features onboard the Sea Ray 310 SLX include the expandable cockpit social area, wetbar and an aft-facing lounger that converts to a sunpad when needed. The lounge can accommodate 17 guests and the layout further gets a fiberglass-lined head to complete the fancy design. There is a huge integrated swimming platform with an optional Submersible Hydraulic Swim Platform.
The Quiet Ride feature combined with Tuned Transom has been utilized to reduce the noise, vibrations and harshness by 50% – this is important as it ensures easy conversations in the lounge area and cockpit. Dynamic Display is provided through 12” and 7” screens, the stereo system is waterproof.
An Axius joystick is fitted in the cockpit to ensure convenient propulsion at all times. Protection from the sun is catered for by the electric tower which is standard on the 310 SLX, there is an option for a fiberglass hardtop with an electric sunshade. Skiers and wakeboarders can enjoy various watersports more comfortably thanks to the Dynamic Running Surface which allows one to set presets while determining the perfect shape and wake height.
Owners can configure their 310 SLX in various trims and colors provided through a configuration pallette. The interior options include leather-textured surfaces, solid-surface countertops, double-stitched upholstery, embroidery and more.
As standard, the Sea Ray 310 SLX is powered by Twin MerCruiser 4.5L MPI ECT* Bravo III Sterndrives rated at 250 hp. One can opt for larger 6.2L Twin Gasoline Sterndrives rated at 300 hp or 350 hp or even a Twin Diesel Propulsion rated at 260 hp.
It’s ridiculous to consider this boat in Superyacht Sunday when it’s not even close to being a superyacht. It’s more like a tender for one.
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