---NEW JULY 2020 LISTING---
**SOLD-PAID IN FULL SEPT1, 2020 THANK YOU **
LOA: 39 feet
BEAM: 13 feet, 11 inches
DRAFT: 2 feet, 4 inches
WEIGHT: 16,400 pounds
HULL: modified-vee (19-degree deadrise)
TANKAGE: 300 gallons fuel, 110 gallons water (New Water Tank), 45 Gallons Waste
BUILDER: Sea Ray Boats, Knoxville, Tenn.
Sea Ray’s 390 Express Cruiser enjoyed a lengthy production run, thanks largely to its ample cockpit, an innovative and spacious two-cabin interior, and twin engine power options. The styling was contemporary, with a low, sloping cabin top surrounded by a walkaround deck and rails. The raked aluminum-frame windshield and integral radar arch were also distinctive.
The cockpit gets much of its space from the boat’s nearly 14-foot beam. There’s an aft bench and lounge seating, and engine access is through a large in-deck hatch. The bridge deck, up one step, has room for a full helm station to starboard with a double helm/companion bench seat.
The twin-cabin layout below is versatile, with a large island berth forward that can be closed off. The adjacent head, to port, is laid out with a stall shower. There’s a convenient mid-cabin with over-and-under bunks to starboard, which closes off with a sliding bulkhead. The L-shaped dinette is to port amidships in the large central area. A fully equipped galley to starboard includes a double sink, stove, refrigerator and room for a microwave, coffeemaker and other accessories. Standard power was twin 340-hp MerCruiser inboards.
Sea Ray is one of America’s oldest and most prolific builders of fiberglass boats. Founded in 1959 by C.N. Ray, the company started out building small family runabouts in the early days of fiberglass. By the 1980s, it was the second largest boat builder in the United States, and today Sea Ray (a Brunswick Corp. company) can turn out almost 20,000 boats a year, making it the world’s largest builder. Current models include bow-riders, express cruisers, sport yachts and motoryachts from 17 to 68 feet.
Introduced in 1984, the Sea Ray 390 Express Cruiser was an attractively priced family boat with two enclosed cabins that could sleep up to six. During its eight-year production run, it was one of the Knoxville, Tenn., builder’s more popular boats. The 400 Express Cruiser replaced the 390 in 1992.
Navigation-Autopilot, Chartplotter, Compass, Depth Sounder, Engine Sync. Gauge, Full Engine Instrumentation, GPS with Antenna, Horn, Navigation Lights, Remote Spotlight, Wiper.
Systems-110V Hot Water, 12V Outlet, AM/FM Stereo, Anchor Windlass, Battery Charger, Battery Isolator Switch, Bilge Pumps and Blowers, Centra Vac, Dockside Water, Multiple 12V Batteries, Exterior Stereo, Washdown, Gas Generator, Heat Exchanger, Hour Meters, Hydraulic Trim Tabs, Inverter, Remote Spotlight, Reverse Cycle Heat and Air Conditioning, Shorepower Inlet with Cords, Surround Sound Speaker System, Transom Shower.
Exterior-BBQ, Bimini Top with Full Enclosure, Bottom Paint, Courtesy Lights, 2' Swim Platform with Ladder, Exterior Fridge, Exterior Icemaker, Exterior Removable Carpet, Fender Rack, Radar Arch.
Interior-Cabin Carpet, Cabin LIghting, Carpet Runner, Microwave, Curtains, Dry Bar, Coffee Maker, Dinette, Fridge and Freezer, Oven, Sink, Stove Top, Linens, Mini Blinds, Port Holes.
Master Head-Electric Flush, Exhaust Fan, Sink, Mirror, Vanity, Wer Shower.
Safety-Anchor with Rode, Anchor Windlass, CO Detectors, Dock Lines, Fenders with Adjuster, Fire Extinguishers, Flares, Fume Detector, Lifejackets, Pike Pole, Ring Buoy, Ships Bell Smoke Detector.
*SPECIFICATIONS BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE BUT CANNOT BE GUARANTEED*