In Depth: Sea Ray Boats And Their Cool Technology

There’s a reason why Sea Ray are the leaders in pleasure boats. That reason is that they use technology to make your boating experience way more comfortable. And there are three key ways that they do that.

The first way that they do that is via their Dynamic Running Surface technology. Simply put, automatically optimizes running attitude and trim, delivering incredible stability and performance no matter load or sea conditions. With the push of a button, skiers and wakeboarders can define presets to shape the perfect wake height. Large, triangular planes create an articulated running surface that improves acceleration, reduces bow rise and keeps the boat at optimal trim. How does this help you? Say you have a pleasure boat with a bunch of people on it. This technology helps to keep the boat level and your passengers happy without you having to do anything.

Here’s a look at Dynamic Running Surface in action:

The second piece of tech that I’d like to highlight is Quiet Ride. This cuts noise, vibration and harshness by 50%. That means that you can take a boat ride with a bunch of friends and not have to shout at each other, which in turn makes the ride way more pleasurable.

Here’s a look at the science behind Quiet Ride:

 

Finally, there’s SkyFlow Design which appears on Sea Ray’s larger boats, such as the 510 Sundancer. SkyFlow Design dissolves the line between indoor and outdoor spaces, allowing natural light into the boat like never before. Galley and salon connect with the enclosed cockpit beneath a long stretch of glass. Interiors are brightly lit and indoor dimensions see noticeable gains. Again, this is meant to make the boating experience far more pleasurable.

Speaking of the 510 Sundancer, here’s a video that shows it and SkyFlow Design in action:

All three of these technologies are part of Sea Ray’s Next Wave commitment to raise the bar on what a pleasure boat should be, not to mention to allow Sea Ray to keep racking up awards as well as they are the most awarded boat brand ever.

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