• Price$169,900
  • Length41'
  • MakeSea Ray
  • Built2004

Jacksonville, FL

Combining intelligent features with sensible styling, the 390 Motor Yacht offers a great deal more than a pretty face. You'll enjoy her impressive, roomy interior, smart engineering, ample sleeping accommodations and breathtaking cockpit view. And her twin 8.1 S Horizon MerCruiser gas inboards power this 39-footer to her destination with ease. Step aboard and you'll quickly see why the 390 Motor Yacht is the new standard in its class.

Specifications

  • NameSola Gratia
  • Current Price$169,900
  • Year2004
  • Length41'
  • Hull MaterialFiberglass
  • Draft3 ft
  • Fuel Capacity300|gallon
  • Beam14.25 ft
  • Location (city)Jacksonville
  • Location (state)FL
  • Location (country)US

Essential Information

  • MLS® #7008379
  • Model390 Motor Yacht
  • Builder
  • TypePower
  • Sub-TypeMotor Yachts, Motor Yachts
  • StatusActive

Hull

  • # of Cabins2
  • # of Heads2
  • Dry Weight26,500 lb
  • Deadrise15 °

Engine 1

  • TypePower
  • Fueldiesel
  • MakeCummins
  • Model480 CE
  • Hours1051
  • Drive TransmissionDirect
  • Power430|horsepower
  • Year2004

Engine 2

  • TypePower
  • Fueldiesel
  • MakeCummins
  • Model480 CE
  • Hours1053
  • Power430|horsepower
  • Year2004

Guest stateroom
The guest stateroom layout also works well, accommodating a small family or a boatload of weekend guests. The starboard berth converts to a full berth, and a twin berth is to port. Stowage is everywhere, and touches such as a full-length hanging locker and optional TV/VCR/stereo combination create a comfortable place to steal away. An overhead hatch provides light and a fresh breeze. Master stateroom
The master stateroom enjoys a nice separation from the forward accommodations and can be sealed off from the saloon with a door. The queen berth rivals many shoreside beds with an innerspring mattress and plenty of stowage below accessed via gas-assisted actuators. The MSD compartment and shower are separated by a vanity. This makes the best use of the space. An escape hatch abaft the berth and four opening ports bring in light. Both captain and mate will have plenty of room to hang clothes, thanks to two hanging lockers. Salon
Her comfort side is immediately noticeable when entering the saloon. Port and starboard settees offer a sensible seating pattern and benefit from large side windows. You can sit at either settee and see out. Better yet, Sea Ray incorporated a forward windshield that benefits both the saloon and forward galley area. The interior is tastefully outfitted with Ultraleather and cherry. A natural maple interior is also offered. Galley
The well-equipped galley is placed out of the saloon and it keeps the mess often associated with a little onboard cooking away from the "living area. Sea Ray's designers did a nice job of ensuring the breakfast bar is low, so the cook is still part of the saloon conversation. A bonus area is the utility room under the steps that can easily absorb the optional combination washer/dryer. Sea Ray ensures every corner of space is utilized for stowage, resulting in a galley that rivals those aboard many 50-foot yachts. Engine room
The engineroom has easy-to-service systems and neat and tidy workmanship. Wiring runs are clean and benefit from color-coded labeling. The engines and generator have a dedicated starting battery, and there are two house batteries also in place. Disclaimer
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.
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