Sea Ray Express 400 Luxury Yacht

42 ft
Boat length
Up to 6
Passengers
Captained
This boat is rented with a captain
88%
Owner’s response rate

The boat

Our Sea Ray 400 is an express is sporty, fast and has all the comforts of home. As a sport yacht the 400 is well equipped to handle two up to 10 guests or a family for week-long cruises, and is a classic Sundancer design.



With her bold 1990’s styling and spacious interior, the Sea Ray 400 Express was considered a state-of-the-art boat when she was introduced back in 1992. This was the long-awaited replacement model for the 390 Express Cruiser (1984–91), and while she has less beam than her predecessor, she was a big step up in luxury and appearance.



One thing you’ll notice right away is the U-shaped lounge that can seat up to nine quests in the cockpit. It quickly converts into a sunpad, and there is a removable table for dining. A wet bar with sink and standard icemaker is for handy refills and reduces traffic down below. An electric assist hatch makes it easier to get to the engine and check the fluid levels before taking off.



The 400 has a double-wide benchseat next to the captain’s chair, and the burlwood dash is arranged in three tiers, with instruments close at hand. There is plenty of sleeping space on board, a sofa in the salon which converts into a double berth and private owner’s stateroom.



Built on a deep-V hull with a solid fiberglass bottom, the two-stateroom interior of the 400 Express offers comfortable accommodations for six. The master stateroom includes a pedestal island berth as well as a TV/VCR and a privacy door, and a circular pocket door closes off the starboard sitting room, converting it into a private stateroom with a full-size bed and convertible upper bunk.

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Amenities

Bathroom

Specifications

Year
2000
Length
42 ft.
Make
Sea Ray Boats
Model
410 Sundancer
Capacity
6
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Boat owner
Mick
Mick
Captain Mick Moore is a licensed 100 Ton USCG Master, and has a long record of sailboat racing in Southern california and has competed in almost every major sailing race in San Diego and Mexico. A sailing lesson from Mick is a sailing lesson from one of the best. Born and raised in San Diego, no one knows the san diego bay better than Mick Growing up with parents that were members of San Diego Yacht Club in the early 60’s, Mick was introduced to sailing at an early age when his father would provide boat deliveries up and down the California Coast. He has been a member of Point Loma Yacht Club since April of 2012, and is also a member of Silver Gate Yacht Club. He has been on the board of directors for PLYC since 2013, and was Commodore in 2016. He is currently a Staff Commodore at PLYC. He is a licensed 100 Ton Master Captain, a Class 3 Certified Racing Sailor, a certified scuba diver, an avid surfer, and loves all things that have to do with the ocean.
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  • Response rate: 88%
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Things to know

Allowed on boat

pets
swimming
smoking
alcohol
kids under 12
fishing
glass bottles
shoes
liveaboard
red wine

  • Free cancellations until 5 days before the booking start date.
  • 50% refund for cancellations between 2-5 days before the booking start date.
  • Cancellations within 2 days of the booking start date are non-refundable.
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This boat belongs to a Commercial Owner, an independent boat rental company. A Commercial Owner is an independent, Boatsetter-approved boat rental company who provides their own insurance to their guests.


A security deposit hold (not a charge) will be placed on your credit card 48 hours before your booking starts to cover any incidental damage that may occur during your rental. This hold is released 48 hours after the booking is complete, if no claims are made. The security deposit amount for the boat you are booking will be outlined during the check-out process.

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If requested, the owner can provide a list of available captains for bareboat charter or the renter can use their own qualified captain. If the boat is being time chartered, the owner will provide the Captain.