Nautical Niceties
International Property & Travel|Volume 26 Number 6
Nautical Niceties
Catch up with news on latest launches and find out how investing in superyacht berths could prove highly lucrative

Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, Sea Ray has pushed the limits of performance and craftsmanship for 60 years to elevate the boating experience. Each Sea Ray is designed to make every moment exceptional with a customised balance of comfort, performance and world-class technology throughout. With distribution in more than 80 countries around the world, Sea Ray boats can be found just about anywhere.

Steve Langlais, president of Sea Ray Boats, advises, “We’ve seen a change in the way consumers are using their boats, and Sea Ray is responding by designing vessels that meet not only performance needs but also feature entertainment and lifestyle amenities and spaces.

“As with choosing any vessel, it is important to consider how the boat will be used, where it will be operated and stored, and the amenities most important to you as a boater. Additional factors to evaluate include technology and connectivity requirements; entertainment and activity amenities; engine preference and configuration; and seating and sleeping capacity.”

Two of the most recently designed Sea Rays are the SLX 400 and the SLX-R 350 Outboard. “As a first-of-its-kind model,” explains Mr Langlais, “the SLX-R features elevated design elements and innovative technologies now paired with the unmatched power and performance of Mercury Racing 450R dual engines. In addition to the new Mercury Racing 450R engines, SLX-R technology highlights include an exclusive helm display, state-of-theart systems and a premier marine audio system with a full-size screen for the ultimate in technologically advanced sound.”

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