Sea Ray 450 Sundancer 2010

Price: $369,000

Brand: Sea Ray

Type: Powerboat

Year: 2010

Length: 45 ft.

Location: Clayton, NY

Name: It's Not Covered III


Class: Motor Yacht

Cabins: 1

Heads: 1

Drive Type: Zeus Pod Drive

LOA: 45 ft 5 In

Beam: 13 ft 2 in

Max Draft: 3 ft 2 in

Minimum Draft: 2 ft 8 in

Dry Weight: 21750 lbs

Deadrise at Transom: 19 deg



Fuel: 2 (292 gal. total)

Freshwater:  1 (70 gal)

Holding: 1 (42 gal)



Manufacturer Provided Description

The 450 Sundancer advances Sea Ray's tradition of forward thinking with innovative and trend-setting features like its standard Zeus propulsion system with joystick control, a fiberglass hardtop with retractable sunroof, a cockpit entertainment center with optional grill and TV, and a designated "media room" in the cabin. Add all these things together, and you could have the most adaptable, user-friendly express cruiser on the water.


Starting topside, the 450 builds upon the versatility of its Sundancer siblings with a seamless hardtop and bonded-in windshield that provide unsurpassed climate control thanks to a forward vent, sunroof, and optional cockpit air conditioning/heating. The benefit is comfortable boating in all kinds of weather. Two, doublewide benches with flip-up bolsters and armrests serve the helm and port console. The helm itself comes with a full complement of driving and navigation aids to make operation easier than ever, from the SmartCraft VesselView display, to the Zeus joystick control, to the amazing Skyhook station-keeping feature.


Twin diesel Zeus pod drives are also available either with the QSB 380's or the QSB 480's, allowing customers to personalize their power depending on how and where they boat. Leisure possibilities abound at the large, U-shaped cockpit lounge with removable table. The aft-most backrest of this seat is split, and the two sections pivot open to create an extension of the sun pad, which has abundant storage below for lines, fenders, and other necessary items. On the starboard side of the cockpit, a big, L-shaped wet bar with icemaker will keep everyone hydrated, and owners can choose to add an optional grill, refrigerator, and removable 19" flatscreen TV to create an "outdoor galley" atmosphere. Under the sleek exterior of the 450 lies a classic-contemporary interior, with top-of-the-line cabinetry from Sea Ray's Cape Canaveral Woodworking and Finishing Facility, Ultraleather seating, brushed chrome accents, and optional wood floors.


Ambient light from the oversized hull windows and skylight gives a natural glow to the earthy materials used in the cabin. The forward stateroom features a full-size island V-berth with memory foam mattress and electric extension and Posturepedic backrest, plus a Shoji-style sliding door and separate head and shower compartments with tile floors. The main cabin houses a spacious galley with stainless-steel appliances and loads of storage along the port side; to starboard, a dining area with folding table easily converts to a sleeper. The 450 features a unique media room abaft the salon that comes complete with theater seats, accent lights, and an entertainment system boasting a gaming system port, MP3 port, DVD player, and a 32-inch TV. If it's true surround-sound feel you're looking for and a large-screen experience, select the optional entertainment package that offers the Bose 3-2-1 System and 37-inch flatscreen. Those two options will surely keep any child or adult happy.


A pair of ottomans serve double duty. These ottomans not only have storage inside, but the tops are reversible - one side has a wooden tabletop; the other is cushioned. You can either place your drinks and snacks on the table side, or flip it over and throw up your feet and relax! (There are also hanging lockers to port and starboard, as well as a storage cabinet). The theater seats convert to a double berth by way of their slide-out base, and a curtain provides nighttime privacy. A long list of options allows the owner to rig the new 450 Sundancer with advanced electronics, generators, teak exterior decking, a foredeck sun pad, hydraulic-lift swim platform, rod holders, and several choices of upgraded stereos and TVs throughout.


Brokers Comments:


There are distinctive elements that separate this particular boat from others that may currently be offered for sale. Firstly this is a freshwater boat, which has been kept on the St. Lawrence River and cruised extensively throughout the Great Lakes. The mechanicals and the yacht like finish show no signs of the corrosive effects of saltwater; no pitting or rust. Always kept under cover in a boathouse, for both summer use and winter storage this boat’s fit and finish is like no other. Extensively cruised by its original owners this vessel has turned heads from Quebec to Georgian Bay and through various canal systems and lakes. Passages through Lake Huron, Lake Erie, The North Channel and back through the Welland Canal have made several boating seasons memorable for the owners.


The finish on this boat is exceptional partially because it has been in a covered boathouse when not out on the open water and in particular because of the owners pride in keeping the boat polished and waxed twice a season. As the photos show and a personal inspection will verify the hull and topsides have a showroom finish, which is rare because of the UV protection afforded this boat. An added feature is the Flexiteek Synthetic helm deck and swim platform flooring that was installed as an owner option. The warm look of teak without the maintenance and the added anti-skid performance is a nice touch.


Close examination of the running gear and mechanicals on this boat are consistent with the overall appearance of the exterior finish; clean and neat; everything you would expect from a well cared for Sea Ray with all the extras. Complete systems analysis and information through Mercury Vessel View allows you to display engine information, genset, sounder, and much more. It has more information and data on boat and engine functions than any other system in the boating industry: rpm, speed, fuel flow and efficiency, temperature, trim, and more.




Cummins 380 HO Zeus Port Engine

Engine Type: Inboard

Fuel Type: Diesel

Engine Hours: 864

Power: 380 hp

Drive: Pod Drive


Cummins 380 HO Zeus  Star Engine

Engine Type: Inboard

Fuel Type: Diesel

Engine Hours: 856

Power: 380 hp

Drive: Pod Drive



Engine Type: Cummins (Onan)

Fuel Type: Diesel

Engine Hours: ??

Type: 11.5 kW 60Hz






Interior Equipment



Exterior Equipment



Outside Equipment/Extras


Complete Maintenance Records Available Upon Request.



The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Mike Foley - Sales & Brokerage

Sodus Point, NY


Phone: 585-748-7006

As an educator Mike Foley taught high school technology and served as the district IT Director for the Honeoye Central School District located in the Finger Lakes. Mike retired from teaching and continued to grow his large format printing and graphic design business. Always involved with boats and boatbuilding, Mike has long been associated with boat owners and marinas in the Sodus Bay area. A former wooden boat owner Mike was bitten by the racing bug in 1992, purchased a J/30 from RCR and campaigned the boat for 12 years.

A member of the Sodus Bay Yacht Club, Mike has served on many regatta committees and held several officer and director positions. Mike’s relationship with the Lake Yacht Racing Association (LYRA) has spanned many years, including serving as President from 2004-06. Race administration and regatta organization have consumed much of his time for the past 26 years on Lake Ontario. Involvement with youth sailing led Mike to become President of Central New York Sailing Association (CNYSA) where he continues to chair the annual “Centrals on Sodus” open regatta for juniors and adults. As a strong proponent of youth sailing and education Mike has served as President of the Sodus Bay Junior Sailing Assn. (SBJSA) for several years and is now the Director of Fleet. Under his direction SBJSA has evolved from a summer sailing youth program to a US Sailing Accredited Community Boating Center, serving all ages.

Mike is a US Sailing Level 1 instructor as well as a certified Club Race Officer. He is often found at area regattas with his center console boat serving as mark-set officer. Mike and his wife Jan have remodeled the family cottage in Sodus Point and are making it their home. Feel free to reach out to Mike when visiting Great Sodus Bay.