Sea Ray-300 Select EX-2010


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This Boat is immaculate!

The Sea Ray 300 SLX is a quality open-deck day boat loaded with
premium amenities and features—basically an updated version
of the Sea Ray 290 Select EX produced in 2005–08. Built on a
modified deep-V hull with a wide 9’8″ beam and a solid fiberglass
bottom, the interior of the Sea Ray 300 offers entertaining and
seating space for a small crowd. Two seating plans were available—
one with a back-to-back (fold-down) companion seat, and another
with a double-wide helm seat. A refreshment center includes a
wet bar with bottle rack, trash bin, and optional refrigerator, and
cockpit and bow tables can be stowed while underway. The sporty
burlwood dash is a plus, and a lockable head/change compartment
in the portside helm console comes with a freshwater sink and
pullout shower. As with most bowriders, removable cushions
convert the entire forward seating area into a vast sun pad. A power
engine compartment hatch is standard. Note the swim platform
storage lockers. An extended swim platform was a popular option.
Twin 350 Bravo Mags
Mercs reach 45+ wide open.

Year: 2010
Length: 9.14
Located In: Jupiter, FL, 33478
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Beam: 9.14

Manufacturer Provided Description
The 300 Select EX, is a premium runabout that boasts the perfect blend of muscle and sophistication. The boat comes standard with power-assisted steering and runs on a proven 21-degree hull for big-water acuity. Twin gas and diesel engine options are available up to 640-hp total, offering enhanced maneuverability and truly sizzling speeds. Starting with the helm, the 300 Select EX is stacked with fine features. The sleek dash incorporates a standard chart plotter with five-inch display. The wood-accented wheel comes with Vessel Control System (VCS) thumb pads to manage the SmartCraft diagnostics and stereo functions. That stereo, by the way, is a Clarion with a CD player, an MP3 port, amplifier and six speakers. A premium upgrade includes a Polk MOMO stereo with six-CD changer, subwoofer and transom remote. The console opposite the helm houses a head compartment with a VacuFlush toilet, sink, pullout sprayer, and storage cabinet with mirrored door and light. The whole thing is molded fiberglass for easy showering and upkeep, and it’s lockable for privacy or storage. The 300 Select EX has a ton of space in its cockpit. There’s a back-to-back sliding lounger to port, across from the adjustable bucket helm seat with flip-up bolster, behind which lies a wet bar with solid-surface countertop, stainless-steel sink and tip-out trash receptacle. A U-shaped cockpit lounge backs up to the transom. But the most head-turning features here are the two aft-facing seats that look out over the water, inviting long hours of relaxation and conversation at anchor. A cockpit table sets up easily for alfresco dining; it has its own dedicated storage up front. An optional cockpit layout replaces the U-shaped lounge with a sun pad that comes with fiberglass-finished storage compartment and a hinged filler cushion for those who like a more traditional transom arrangement. Beyond the center transom walk-thru, an integrated swim platform offers a storage hatch, telescopic ladder and stainless-steel ski tow eye. A giant, optional, extended swim platform takes the waterfront acreage to amazing new dimensions. At the other end of the boat, there is lots of room on the wraparound bow lounges to really stretch out and enjoy the ride. Angled backrests, coaming pads, molded armrests, cup holders, stainless-steel grab handles, anchor locker — they’re all here. Plus, a built-in cooler keeps you from having to leave your seat to freshen your drink. The fiberglass and aluminum tower with integral bimini is another standard feature.
Engine Notes

Twin engines