Sea Ray 350 SLX: Sea Ray calls the pattern on the seat backs "bracelet stitching" and it can easily be seen just how intricate it is and how it would be so much easier to keep the upholstery plain. But that wouldn’t be consistent with the style and level of luxury of the 350 SLX. Here we have the standard pedestal table instead of the hydraulically actuated table that rises from the deck.
Sea Ray 510 Fly: We can attest to the fact that this sofa on the port side of the salon is as comfortable as it looks. A hide-a-bed is an option. The ottoman is optional and we highly recommend it as it converts from a coffee table to sitting stool.
Sea Ray 270 SLX: The recumbent bow seating now features arm rests. Look at the details: padded bolsters/backrests, contoured seats, multi-colored upholstery, courtesy lights, walkthrough door, twin drink holders, handhold, and a large anchor locker with ss latch.
The Sea Ray 21 SPX models have a LOA of 21’6’’ (6.55 m) and a beam of 8’6’’ (2.59 m). Outboard power choices are either a Mercury 150 FourStroke or 200-hp Mercury Verado. Sterndrives can be a 220-hp 4.3L as standard, a 190 TKS or a 220-hp 4.5L MerCruiser.