Alexander Marine Australia are pleased to present the 2005 Sea Ray 455 Sedan Bridge 'Latitude' to the market as central agents.
The Sea Ray 455 Sedan Bridge model boasts curved windows that have become a signature Sea Ray design element, allowing for natural light to flow into the saloon while guests enjoy wide views of the outdoors. Standard features in the saloon include Ultraleather fabric and a Clarion sound system.
The raised dinette and step-down galley are forward of the saloon. The dinette's raised platform allows for outdoor views, while the galley is complete with an upright refrigerator/freezer, a microwave, and a recessed two-burner stove. The location of the dinette and galley make them ideal for quiet morning or afternoon meals, or for party preparations when guests are mingling in the saloon and adjacent cockpit.
Accommodation aboard 'Latitude' is designed to be flexible. The master cabin has a queen-size bed, while the guest cabin has twin beds that can convert to a king. Each cabin has its own bathroom, making the layout ideal for two adult couples or for a single couple with children. Note that the guest cabin's bathroom also serves double duty as the day head, a common design practice aboard motor yachts in this size range.
For ease of docking, she is complete with Vetus Bow & Stern Thrusters. 'Latitude' is powered by Twin Cummins 500HP engines reaching a maximum speed of 30 knots. When at rest powered by her Onan 7kva generator. Her Williams Jet Tender is housed on her hi/lo platform.
You are invited to book a private inspection to view this vessel. We are conscious of state guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our customers, and team members, at this time. If you are unable to travel to inspect this vessel, we would be pleased to offer you a personal guided video call tour with one of our yacht consultants.
Disclaimer: All specifications in this presentation are provided for information only and particulars herein are obtained from sources believed to be correct, but not guaranteed. Buyers should satisfy themselves with respect to accuracy.