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1999 SEA RAY 370 T-340 HP CATERPILLAR DIESELS HARDTOP We Ship/Export Worldwide

End Time:11/2/2015 14:02
Sold Price:$79,000
Listing Format:FixedPriceItem
Location:Pompano Beach, Florida (33062)
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Year:1999Fuel Type:Diesel
Make:SEA RAYEngine Make:Caterpillar
Model:370 EC CATERPILLAR DIESELEngine Model:3116 340 hp diesel x2
Length:41.4Engine Type:Twin Inboard Diesels
Beam:14.2Fuel Capacity:
Condition:Boat Type:Cruiser


1999 Sea Ray 370 EC DIESELS 1999 SEA RAY 370 EC Engines: T-CAT3116TA Caterpillar® (T-340 hp – 254 kW)) Drives: Shafts Overall length 37’0? 11.28 m w/Std. bow pulpit 39’4 1/4? 12 m w/Std. swim platform & pulpit 41’4? 12.60 m Beam 14’2? 4.32 m Draft (inboards) 39? 99.1 cm Dry weight 18,000 lbs 8,164 kg Fuel capacity 350 gal 1,324.8 L Water capacity 70 gal 265 L Holding tank 28 gal 106 L Dead rise 19.5 Runtime: 789 hours Price: MAKE OFFER 1999 SEA RAY 370 EXPRESS CRUISER HARD TOP DIESEL T-CAT3116TA Caterpillar® Wide-beam diesel Sea Ray 370 (LOA 41-foot +) with a functional fiberglass hardtop w/ enclosures, diesel generator, and all the goodies such as the 7.3 kW diesel generator, air conditioning, central vacuum, FURUNO Fishfinder, raw water washdown live baitwell systems, and more. Updated faux teak design cockpit. Two words to sum up the Sea Ray 370 Express Cruiser? Style and flexibility. Its full array of comforts makes any type of outing on the water a pleasure. The 370 is a boat for all seasons. INSTALLED OPTIONS Twin Diesel Inboards: T-CAT3116TA Caterpillar® (T-340 hp – 254 kW)7.6 kW Westerbeke Diesel Remote Start w/Muffler, Freshwater Cooling, Fuel Filter & Seawater Strainer: 120V/60 CycleFiberglass Hardtop w/EnclosureSeawater Washdown System Live Baitwell SystemFaux Teak Design on Cockpit Sole No matter where you look on our Sea Ray 370 Express Cruiser, there’s something that says you’re traveling in luxurious style. From the lines of the hull to the appointments of the interior, the 370 EC is a boat that makes a statement. It does so with an elegance that has made Sea Ray one of the country’s premier boat builders. The 370 EC is a flexible craft. The open express cruiser deck configuration allows the craft to be used as either a fishing or diving platform, or as a comfortable day boat. Below-decks, the cabin has all the facilities to support almost any type of outing. For extended travel, it comfortably accommodates four people and their gear with ease. The wide beam of 14 feet, 2 inches provides an extra bit of elbow room throughout. Goodies Galore The bi-level cockpit and helm area of the 370 EC can seat more than 10 people. Both the helm and port side forward facing seats, plus the port aft facing hold two abreast. You can flip the standard bench seat away and in toward the transom to clear the area for fishing action. Our boat is factory equipped with the fishing package that includes a livewell and fishbox in the cockpit sole, plus a bait preparation station immediately aft of the helm seat. There is an icemaker located under the helm seat. There is also a storage compartment for four rods built into the saloon floor. A swim platform with a hideaway ladder is standard, as are the hot and cold transom shower and freshwater washdown. A raw water cockpit washdown is an option (which our 370 EC is equipped with). There is even a standard freshwater outlet in the anchor locker on the foredeck to keep your ground tackle clean. The 370 EC treats boaters to a comfortable ride and convenient handling, thanks to the hull design and the helm’s ergonomic layout. The seat is front-to-back power adjustable, and the front edge flips up to a stand-up bolster conversion. Below There! Below-decks is where our 370 EC really cradles boaters in comfort. There is both headroom and room to spread out throughout the cabin. A comfortable convertible dinette is to starboard. There is storage in the seats, cabinets and a curtained shelf above the cabinets. Opposite the dinette is a full galley that includes a large refrigerator with a separate freezer compartment, a two-burner stove, a microwave oven, a coffee maker and a deep-basin sink. Cabinet doors for the microwave and the TV/VCR combo retreat to the sides of the units instead of sticking out and getting in the way. When the doors are closed and a filler panel is placed in the sink, it creates a clean look in the cabin, with no exposed appliances. What’s more, it provides a large area of counter space for other uses besides meal preparation. The head is aft of the galley and features a VacuFlush toilet, a Corian vanity top and a fiberglass shower with a sliding, curved acrylic door. The boat’s main electrical panel is located behind a cabinet door to the upper left of the galley. This is also where the control head of the standard premium Clarion audio system is located, which features an AM/FM cassette/receiver, a six-CD changer and a booster amp that powers eight speakers throughout the boat. The forward stateroom can be separated for privacy from the main saloon by a two-panel sliding door that moves along an arched track. The full-size berth features coordinated pillows, sheets and a bedspread. To starboard is a large, almost walk-in, hanging locker with a small three-drawer cabinet to one side. Opposite it is another locker about half the height that can still be used for hanging clothes. Even when the components from the removable dinette in the main saloon are put in their stowage space under the berth, there’s still room for more stuff. The steps to the berth lift to expose even more storage area. Getting to the 370 EC’s powerplants is simple. The entire helm-area floor can be raised via an electric lift to expose the engine compartment. There’s also a small hatch between the seats for quick fluid checks. Because of the 370 EC’s wide beam, boaters have ample room to work on either side of the engines, as well as front to back. The generator is located to port, but even here, there’s no lack of room. In fact, there’s enough space along the center line for an adult to lie down between the stringers. It’s an area that can be used for storage if needed. VIDEO View on YouTube STANDARD FEATURES & EQUIPMENT Hull & Deck 316 Stainless Steel Bow Rail 316 Stainless Steel Handrails 4-Bolt Stainless Steel Cleats (8) Anchor Rope Storage w/Hatch Boot Stripes Bottom Paint Brass-Threaded Garboard Drain Plug Color-Coordinated Thru-Hull Fittings Color Schemes (Blue, Green, Black & Tan) Fiberglass Swim Platform w/Concealed Stainless Steel Ladder Gel-Coat (Arctic White) Gel-Coated Bilge Area High-Performance Vinylester Resin Integral Deck Ventilators Lofrans Progress I Rope/Chain Windlass w/Foot Switches Meets Applicable USCG & ABYC Standards Navigation Lights NMMA Certification PVC Rub Rail w/Stainless Steel Insert Rod Holders (4) Stainless Steel Deck Fill Plates Stainless Steel Hull Windows (4) Translucent Deck Hatches (3) w/Locks & Sky Screen Covers Vac Pac Welded Stainless Steel Stanchions Cockpit Features Cockpit Side Panel Storage Indirect Cockpit Lighting Insulated Engine Compartment Self-Bailing Fiberglass Dual-Level Cockpit w/Raised Bridge Deck Snap-In Carpet Liner (Bridge Deck Only) Tan Dash Gel-Coat Cockpit Bridge Deck Features – 120V Outlet Burl Instrument Panel w/Wood-Accent Electrically Actuated Cockpit Sole Raises for Engine Access Fiberglass Sport Spoiler Portside Double Helm Seat w/Aft-Facing Seat & Fiberglass Storage Base Power Adjustable Double Helm Seat w/Fiberglass Convenience Base Stainless Steel Grab Rails Bait Prep/Entertainment Center: Cockpit Freezer (120V/60 Cycle) or (220V/50 Cycle – Int’l) Cooler Cutting Board Trash Receptacle Wet Bar w/Sink Cockpit Lower Deck Features: Aft Seat Bolsters Foldaway Aft Seat Freshwater Washdown Faucet Large Insulated In-Floor Storage Box w/Hinged Lids & Pump-Out Molded Fiberglass Boarding Steps Molded Fiberglass Transom Door Cabin Features 12V Clarion® AM/FM Digital Cassette Stereo, 6-Disc CD Changer, Amplifier, Subwoofer w/8 Speakers & Cockpit Remote Control 12V Halogen Lighting 12V Indirect Lighting 120V Outlets Throughout Acrylic Sliding Cabin Door Central Vacuum System (120V/60 Cycle) Curtains & Drape Trim Deep-Pile Marine Carpet Granite-Colored Countertops & Tables (Aurora or Sandstone) Handcrafted Wood Trim In-Floor Rod Storage w/Fold-Down Rod Racks Interior Sunbrella® Carpet Runners Throw Pillows Dinette/Salon: 120V Fluorescent Lighting 120V Outlet Convertible Dinette w/Storage Beneath Dining Table w/Designated Storage Upper Storage Cabinet Galley: Countertop, 120V Fluorescent Lighting 120V/12V Refrigerator (7.1 Cu. Ft.) Bottle Storage Fiberglass Countertop w/Corian® Cutting Board & Grohe® Designer Faucet Flush-Mount Two-Burner Electric Stove Galley Storage & Drawers w/Designated Glass & Plate Storage & Cutlery Insert Microwave Oven Spacemaker Coffeemaker (120V/60 Cycle) Stainless Steel Handrail Stainless Steel Stove Rail Trash Chute w/Concealed Removable Trash Can Forward Stateroom: 120V Outlet Drawers & Storage Under Bed Full-Size Bed w/Pillows, Sheets & Coordinated Spread Hanging Lockers w/Mirrored Doors Mirrored Rope Locker Bulkhead Side Shelf Storage V-Berth Privacy Door Head & Vanity: Corian® Vanity Top w/Sink & Storage Below Fiberglass Shower Stall w/Curved Acrylic Shower Door Holding Tank & Level Indicators Linen Closet Mirrored Medicine Cabinet Stainless Steel Handrail VacuFlush® Head w/Fiberglass Settee Lid Wall Mirror Technical Features 120V/30 Amp/12V Converter 50 Amp Electronics Circuit w/Ground Plate Aluminum Fuel Tanks w/Fuel Filters, Anti-Siphon Valves & Electric Senders Anchor Washdown Hookup Automatic Bilge Pumps (2-2000) Backlit Switch Panel w/Illuminated Weatherproof Rocker Switches & Dimmer Control Batteries (5) w/Trays & Switches Bilge Lights Bilge Washdown Faucet Cabin High Water Alarm & Pump Color-Coded Wiring w/Chafe Protection Compass Concealed Dual Horns Custom Sea Ray® Backlit Instrumentation w/Low-Glare Blue Night Lighting Digital LCD Systems Monitor for Engine Diagnostics & Pump Monitoring Dual 30 Amp/120V/60 Cycle Dockside Power Main Distribution Panel Dual Gear Shift & Throttle Controls Electric Bilge Blowers (2) Emergency Start System Engine Alarms (Water, Oil & Transmission Oil) Engine Synchronizer Gauge Freshwater Washdown w/Cockpit Shower & Dockside Water Inlet Galvanic Isolators Ground Fault-Protected Outlets Halon System High Water Bilge Alarm & Pumps (2-2000) Hydraulic Steering w/Tilt Wheel Main D.C. Breaker Panel Power Pac Exhaust System/ Lift System Mufflers Power Vents – Head & Galley Pressure Water System & 6-Gallon Water Heater w/Exchanger Racor® Filters/Heat Exchanger & Fuel Shutoff Valves (Diesels Only) Remote Circuit Breaker Panel Shower Sump Pump & Float Switch Systems Monitor Panel Tachometers w/Hourmeters Generator – Remote Start w/Muffler, Freshwater Cooling, Fuel Filter & Seawater Strainer: 120V/60 Cycle 7.2 kW WesterbekeTM Gas Air Conditioning/Heating: 16,000 BTU – 1 1/2-Tons (120V/60 Cycle) or (220V/50 Cycle – Int’l) Underwater Gear: Bonding System Dripless Shaft Logs w/Extra Seal Carrier Kit Hydraulic Trim Tabs Manganese-Bronze Rudders & Struts Propellers Seacocks On All Underwater Fittings Seawater Strainers Stainless Steel Prop Shafts GALLERY Not everyone wants a mean, lean fish-fighting machine. Believe it or not, there are some capable anglers who do other things with their boats besides fish. Yeah, I know – go figure. But for those who enjoy sybaritic luxury and refinement but still want fishability, the Sea Ray 370 Express Cruiser warrants some investigation. No matter what your application, you’ll find the Sea Ray 370 to be a fast boat, even with the tower. I found 36 mph running at 2,550 rpm to be a very comfortable cruising speed. If you want longer range, 2,100 rpm translates into a more efficient 27.5 mph. And few inboard boats will keep up with you and your 3116 Cat diesels on your way back from the fishing grounds at the 370’s top speed of 39 mph. The only downside of this fine turn of speed is the turbo whistle, which I found fairly pronounced at higher speeds. Just so you don’t think this boat was designed for dilettante fishermen, I beat it up as much as I could in the 3-foot seas we encountered on test day and it passed with flying colors. It turns quite tightly without throwing anyone across the cockpit. On every point of sea, it ran smoothly and comfortably. That tells me that it could handle considerably more without a problem. You might expect fishing appointments to be lackadaisical when the focus is elsewhere. But this 370 leaves nothing wanting. Two live wells assure fresh baits and easy access to them at all times. The two large fish boxes lift out for access to rudders, etc. A tackle and rigging center with a sink allows typical cockpit work to proceed as on any dedicated fishing machine. About the only problem I encountered while fishing the Sea Ray 370 was with the switch for lifting the engine hatch. The engineers (in all their fishing wisdom) placed it on the transom gunwale next to the coaming pad. Three different people leaned against it while pumping on a fish and couldn’t figure out why the bridge deck was rising by itself. Those who drift-fish will certainly appreciate that when you shut down the power, the 370 ends up drifting beam-to. However, if you troll live baits, you’ll probably want to run on one engine, bumping it in and out of gear. A 7-knot trolling speed (with both engines) shows a remarkably clean wake with nothing but surface turbulence extending back only to the second wave. As you’d expect from a boat of this ilk, the interior is a nautical Versailles. A beautiful big head with shower, a full galley, a dinette and settee area you’d be pleased to have in your home and even a round bed on centerline forward. Sea Ray doesn’t sell as many boats as it does by building ones that fall apart. The company does a tremendous amount of stress testing on its fiberglass laminates. Decks get end-grain balsa coring, but all hulls are solid. Construction consists of vinylester resins, heavy fiberglass woven roving throughout and Armorcoat gel-coats on decks and bottoms to resist osmotic blistering and retard chalking and fading in sunlight. Dean Travis Clarke Marlin Magazine Oct. 2001 SHIP TO AUSTRALIA DELIVERY TO CANADA SHIP TO MIDDLE-EAST SHIP TO EUROPE Sydney Brisbane Melbourne Fremantle Competitive Trucking Prices Please call us for a Quote. Alexandria, Egypt Port Said, Egypt Jebel Ali, UAE Abu Dhabi, UAE Kuwait City, Kuwait Salalah, Oman Dammam, Saudi Arabia Jeddah, Saudi Arabia Beirut, Lebanon Aqaba, Jordan Mina Salman, Bahrain Doha, Qatar Bremerhaven, Germany Amsterdam, Netherlands Gothenburg, Sweden Southampton, UK Drammen, Norway Kotka, Finland St. Petersburg, Russia Klaipeda, Lithuania Paldiski, Estonia Valencia, Spain Le Havre, France Athens, Greece Izmir, Turkey Istanbul, Turkey Delivery to Asia, South America, and Central America, and other destinations is also available. We are licensed and bonded by the Federal Maritime Commission as an NVOCC – meaning that we have in-house control of shipping with exclusive contracts which means no middlemen – i.e. very competitive shipping prices. We offer competitive rates on nationwide delivery to your door. Please contact us for an immediate quote. EUROPEAN CUSTOMERS. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR DETAILS ABOUT CE-CERTIFICATION TERMS & CONDITIONS More pictures and video of this particular boat is available at http://www.boatexport.com/ Deposit of $1,000 is required within 2 days from end of auction. If you are planning to finance the boat, you MUST pre- qualify before bidding. Boat sold as is where is and must be paid in full and funds available in our accounts within 7 days from end of auction. For Florida residents we collect sales tax and tag/title/registration fee of $350. Items are listed locally and internationally and we reserve the right to end listings early – with or without bids. All boats are sold as is where is. Inspect BEFORE bidding. All boats located in Pompano Beach, FL 33060. We ship worldwide – please contact for freight quote. Payment methods: $1,000 deposit within 2 days of closing of auction. Balance should be paid within 7 days and must clear our accounts prior to boat leaving our store. Shipping: Nationwide delivery is available as well as shipping worldwide. Please contact us for quotes on shipping. Contact: Boats International, Inc. 771 W Atlantic Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33060 Phone: +1.954.788.2900 or email Welcome to Boats International Group! Headquartered in Pompano Beach Florida, Boats International Group is the operating enterprise behind the following brand names: BOATS INTERNATIONAL – BOATS.DE (Boats International, Inc.) – AAA-rated boat dealership located in the heart of the Fort Lauderdale metropolitan area – the undisputed Yachting Capital of the World. With close to an acre of prime real-estate showroom just off South Florida’s main artery I-95 and with easy access to the Intra-Coastal Waterway, the boat dealership displays a wide variety of brand name powerboats such as Sea Ray, Regal, Chaparral, and Monterey. Boats International carries predominantly new, pre-owned, and trade-in powerboats and cabin cruisers in inventory. The company recently doubled its showroom capacity which paved way for the introduction of the in-house brokerage & consignment division – all under one roof. Larger vessels and yachts are docked with direct Intracoastal access for easy showings and sea-trials. BOATEXPORT.COM (boatexport.com, inc.) – U.S. premiere provider of boat & yacht export solutions for domestic and international buyers & sellers. Boatexport.com is a full-service export company that is licensed by the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) as a Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC). Boatexport.com has exclusive shipping contracts with some of the world’s largest shipping lines and offers competitive rates on RORO-shipping of boats & yachts worldwide. BOATLOGISTIC.COM (Boat Logistic, Inc.) – Domestic & Continental transport facilitator that provides aggressive rates on inland road transports of boats & yachts. Boat Logistics offers competitive pricing on pre-export and pre-transport preparation of boats & yachts including shrink-wrapping service, shipping cradle construction, CE-certification (through Germanischer Lloyd and CEproof), as well as fumigation of vessels/cradles and de-gassing of refrigerants to comply with international import regulations. Importing a Boat to Australia We have some of the best rates for RORO-shipping to Australia in the U.S. and we serve the ports of Brisbane, Adelaide, Port Kembla, Fremantle, and Melbourne. Whether you are a repeat customer or a first-time buyer, here’s a few tips and reminders about buying, shipping, and importing boats and yachts to Australia from the U.S. Finding the right boat. Buying a boat from another country often means dealing with people that you never met or dealt with in the past. There’s tons of free classified ads and Craig’s list-type re-advertisers on the internet with deals just too good to be true. If it sounds too good, then, you’d guessed it, it probably is a scam. Do your research. Be realistic. Partner up with a Pro (like us). We suggest you deal with us. Each week we get shipping, export, and certification inquiries from some of the country’s well respected marine dealers. We work in close cooperation with country-wide brand name retailers such as Marinemax and with the brand stores of Regal, Chaparral, Monterey, Bayliner, Larson – just to mention a few. We are a fully licensed Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier by the Federal Maritime Commission and as such we operate our own in-house shipping company. We have exclusive contracts with some of the largest steamship companies in the world. As one of the rather few NVOCC’s we have the authority to buy and resell space on ocean-going cargo ships and issue our own bills of lading. What does this mean for you? As an individual? Well, by contacting us directly you are likely to save considerable time and money by dealing directly with the contract holder (as opposed to a string of middlemen). Buying a boat directly from us or through our brokerage division Boats International, Inc. is our own in-house discount boat dealership. We buy bulk trade-in’s from the big retailers but we also buy from banks and individuals as well. For the past 20+ years our focus have been to absorb distressed inventory and floor-plan boats from cash-strapped dealers and resell these locally and overseas. As we now are completing our store expansion project (September, 2011) we will be able to take on even more inventory then in the past and also have space over to showcase brokerage and consignment boats. Most of our international buyers rely on our reputation and expertise as a key player on the U.S. domestic and international boat market and they seek our help to source the boat(s) that they seek. If we do not have what they seek in stock we’ll be sure to find it through our network of dealers and banks for the right money. Whether your buying a stock boat from us or one from another dealer we are well equipped to assist you with every step from inspection to final delivery of your boat or yacht to Australia. For example we can help you or your client with: Finding a Boat or Yacht that meets (or exceeds) your requirements in terms of condition, equipment, and of course price Negotiate the Deal (including but not limited to title searches, accident reports, previous owner status, etc) Survey & Physical Inspection (we have a longstanding partnership with a number of accredited marine surveyors, mechanics, and experts in most regions of the country) Closing the Deal – we often act as intermediary for international buyers as most of our overseas clients prefer only to work with one turn-key partner Pre-shipping Logistics – once the deal is done and the boat paid for we assist in coordinating haul-outs, marina loadings, boat ramp pickups and inland U.S. land transport/trucking through our in-house logistics company Boatlogistic.com, Inc. Pre-Export Preparation – Sanitation, Fumigation, De-gassing of refrigerants. Australia has (as you probably know already) very specific and strict import restrictions for boats and vessels. The governing body is the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service (AQIS) which is part of the Australian Government’s Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry. Depending on the geographical location of the boat and the required preparation of the vessel we can either prepare the boat for export to Australia while underway, or we can have it completed at our marina in Pompano Beach, Florida. Australian Shipping Services Team – our Australian Shipping Services Team assist with Sanitize boats & yachts prior to port delivery – AQIS will stop all boats that are dirty and soiled to check for insect/parasite infestations Fumigation of boats and cradles according to AQIS-standard (Methyl Bromide 3.0 lbs / 1,000 cubic feet / 24 hrs) De-gassing of Air-conditioning Systems (AC) Refrigeration HVAC HFC HCFC Providing HVAC Customs Certification With our certificates our customer are NOT REQUIRED to obtain the otherwise very expensive Australian import licenses. Trailer Import Permit Assistance The Australian Government’s Department of Infrastructure and Transport requires that all imported boat trailers have an Import Approval. You can read more about the approval at the Department’s website or you can download the .pdf-application “Import a Small Road Trailer” here. Import Duties and Goods and Services Tax (GST) If you’re buying a US-made boat, according to the United States-Australia Free Trade Agreement, you aren’t required to pay the 5% duty (as we’ll supply the required waiver forms). You must, however pay 10% GST on all costs associated with the purchase of the the boat, ocean freight, duty, wharf charges, customs broker fees, and destination port fees.. ISPM-15 – No Worries Mate – We Fumigate All Wooden Cradles & Provide Proof of Fumigation International Standards For Phytosanitary Measures No. 15 (ISPM 15) is an International Phytosanitary Measure developed by the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) that directly addresses the need to treat wood materials of a thickness greater than 6mm, used to ship products between countries. Its main purpose is to prevent the international transport and spread of disease and insects that could negatively affect plants or ecosystems. ISPM 15 affects all wood packaging material (pallets, crates, dunnages, etc.) requiring that they be debarked and then heat treated or fumigated with methyl bromide and stamped or branded,[1] with a mark of compliance. This mark of compliance is colloquially known as the “wheat stamp”. Products exempt from the ISPM 15 are made from alternative material, like paper, plastic or wood panel products (i.e. OSB, hardboard, and plywood). Customs Broker Fees & Destination Charges in Australia There’s tons of websites out there claiming to be the know-it-all for import questions concerning boats & yachts to Australia. Fortunately, we are not one of them. While we can recommend quite a few competent companies in Australia it is ultimately up to you to pick a customs partner in your home port. As is true for all facets of our business we believe that there are no shortcuts to sustained success in business (or life for that matter). That said we recommend that you seek the advice of an Australian Customs Broker who is licensed by the “Customs Brokers and Forwarders Council of Australia Inc” – CBFCA-Australia Website to inquire about recent legal and import changes pertaining to your planned import.


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