This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $79,900
  • Power / Express Cruiser
  • Sea Ray / 380 Sundancer
  • 2001 / Used
  • 38' / 13'
  • 2001 Mercruiser Horizon 8.1 S
  • 2001 Mercruiser Horizon 8.1 S
  • 370 hp
  • 138 hrs
  • Unleaded

Express Cruiser 2001 Sea Ray 380 Sundancer listed by Pier One Yacht Sales (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $79,900
  • Powered by twin Mercruiser Horizon 8.1 S / 370 hp / 138 hrs
  • Off Market / since Mar 19th 2020

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This 2001 Sea Ray 380 Sundancer express cruiser has had the best of care and shows very little use with twin low-hour 370HP Merc Horizon 8.1L engines with only 138 Hours and a 7Kw Westerbeke Generator with only 657 hours. Its wide 13 beam and total LOA of 42 with the swim platform, gives this sleek cruiser the appearance of a much larger yacht. Bad Uncle is located at the highly-desirable and sought-after St. Petersburg Municipal Marina and the slip is Transferable so you can avoid a One Year wait and have the option to live-aboard if desired.

Heres what the Powerboat Guide has to say about this model:

Great styling has long been a Sea Ray trademark, and while few American sportboats are as glamorous as their European counterparts the quality found in late-model Sundancers is second to none. Built on a fully cored deep-V hull with a wide beam, few imports can match the spacious interior of the 380 Sundancer
with her superb galley (including a full-size refrigerator), excellent storage, and wide-open floorplan.

The layout is typical of most Sundancers with double berths fore and aft and a sofa in the salon that converts to a double berth for extra guests. The midcabin stateroom serves as a conversation area during the day, and then electrically converts into a bed at night. A door separates the forward stateroom from the main cabin, while a curtain provides privacy for the midcabin. On deck, the spacious cockpit provides wraparound seating for six to seven and comes with a wet bar, fender storage, and a removable table that converts into a sun pad. An electric hatch provides access to a rather compact engine compartment. Standard 370hp V-drive inboards cruise at 18 knots (mid 20s top).

With the exception of a few minor interior cabinetry delaminated veneer spots in the Salon, (a factory defect), this Sea Ray 380 Sundancer is in exceptional cosmetic and mechanical condition. Her hull was detailed in September 2017 and she received annual mechanical and engine services in the Spring and Summer of 2017 new risers and manifolds in 2015; so she is ready for a tough marine survey and appears ready to go cruising. So, dont delay; call today to schedule a personal inspection because this one is priced to be the next 2001 Sea Ray 380 Sundancer to sell.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Bad Uncle

Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Semi-Displacement

LOA: 38 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 4 in
Displacement: 19400 lbs
Deadrise: 20 at Transom
Dry Weight: 19400 lbs

Total Power: 740 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Mercruiser
Year Built: 2001
Engine Model: Horizon 8.1 S
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Engine Hours: 138
Engine Power: 370 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Mercruiser
Year Built: 2001
Engine Model: Horizon 8.1 S
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Engine Hours: 138
Drive Type: V Drive
Engine Power: 370 HP

Cruising Speed: 18 knots
Maximum Speed: 23 knots

Fresh Water Tanks: (70 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (275 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (42 Gallons)

Number of single berths: 3
Number of heads: 1


This 2001 Sea Ray 380 Sundancer is unique among similar size express cruisers with its solid pocket door forward, creating a private Master Stateroom forward. Enter the Cockpit from the large swim platform through a transom door and new (2017) vinyl upholstery on the U-shaped seating arrangement with a low maintenance removable dining table that can seat a crowd under the Sunbrella Bimini that extends nearly to the Transom; providing shelter from the elements. Running along the port side of the cockpit is molded cabinetry with a counter-top, sink, Icemaker and plenty of storage. Forward is the bucket Helm Seat with a hinged bolster and double companion seat to Port.

Enter the air conditioned cabin via a sliding hatch companionway down 3 stairs and the Galley with Cherry cabinetry is to Port with an upright refrigerator with freezer section above, Corian Counter-tops, recessed glass-top stove, built-in microwave oven, sink, and plenty of storage cabinets and drawers above and below the counter-top. A convertible Dinette/berths with varnished Cherry Table is to Starboard, and Aft is the Mid-Cabin seating that converts to a double bed with a recessed privacy curtain.

Forward of the Galley to Port is the spacious Head, with a separate Shower Stall, VacuFlush Toilet, and generous storage cabinets above and below the sink. All the way forward is a solid Cherry veneer pocket door, leading into the Master Stateroom with a queen berth, hanging lockers with mirrored doors on each side aft, several port-light windows on each side and a 24x24 overhead deck hatch with OceanAir sliding privacy shade and screen.


The well-equipped Galley of Bad Uncle features an upright Refrigerator/Freezer capable of holding plenty of provisions for extended cruising or liveaboard use. Other Galley Features are:

Norcold 12/120V Refrigerator/Freezer
Panasonic Genius Microwave Oven w. Inverter
Kera-Euro 2-Burner Glass-top Stove Built-in Black Decker Spacemaker Coffee Maker
Deep Sink with H/C water Corian Counter-tops Recessed garbage access Cherry Cabinetry Drawers Cabinets

Electronics & Helm

Equipped with all of the updated navigation electronics you will need for offshore and island-hopping cruises; this Sea Ray 380 Sundancer 2001 features at the helm:

Garmin 5212 GPSMap Plotter with Radar Standard Horizon Explorer VHF Radio with DSC Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot Raymarine ST60 digital Tridata display for depth, speed, log Sea Ray Systems Monitor Ritchie Compass Fusion Stereo with 4 Clarion Stereo Speakers (2017) Bennett Trim Tab Indicators ACR Remote Spot Light 24 HD Flat Screen Insignia TV in Salon Raytheon RN300 GPS (Inoperable but replaced with Garmin GPS)


7Kw Westerbeke Generator w. 657 hrs. (as of 11/17) 110V AC Shorepower with 2 @ 30A Cords 5 @ Group 27 Batteries with Isolators (2017) 12VDC System Lighting ProMariner ProNautic 12-30P 30A Digital Display Battery Charger (2016) Electric Engine Access Hatch

Engine & Mechanical

The engine room is easily accessible via a large center cockpit hatch with an electric motor-powered lift; plus additional accesses on the outboard side of each engine, as well as directly over the Westerbeke Generator.

Twin Merc Horizon 8.1L 370hp Engines (138 hours) V-Drives
SeaStar Hydraulic Steering Bennett Trim Tabs Dripless Shaft Seals (2017) 4-Bladed Props 2-Zone CruiseAir Air Conditioning (7,000 12,000 BTU) VacuFlush Toilet

Hull & Deck

Sunbrella Bimini with Side Curtains at Helm U-Zip Vinyl Windows Electric 12V Opening Glass Center Windshield Section New Aft Cockpit Upholstery (Sept. 2017) Integrated Swim Platform with SS folding Swim Ladder Transom Door Transom Storage Locker Wide Side Decks with SS Stanchions SS Grab Rails Delta 35# Plow Anchor with 15 Chain 150 Nylon Rode Hinged Anchor Locker with Washdown Faucet 12V Lofrans Progress1 Windlass with Up/Down Deck Switches


Excluded are personal and other items found onboard during inspection or shown in photos on Central Listing Agents Website that are not specifically described in text of the Listing Specifications. However, all safety items that are onboard during inspections that are required by the USCG, as well as a minimum number of dock lines, fenders, and boat hooks to safely operate and dock the vessel are included, whether identified in the Web Description or not.

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.