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  4. Sea Ray 360 Aft Cabin

    Forked River, NJ 08731, New Jersey
    1984
    $29,500
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    Selling the boat because we are moving to Florida and I have virtually the same boat 12 years newer in Fl.    The ’97 370 aft cabin in Florida, however, doesn’t even begin to handle as well as this boat.  I run both boats at 1800 rpm, usually on 1 engine, most of time, and this 1984 360 never says, “No” when I ask it to do something……very unlike my bow thruster dependent SR 370 aft cabin in FL. Boat was used in the Hudson’s fresh water by the owners before me and then in the Barnegat, but the Barnegat marina I use is in brackish water thereby accomplishing a moderate fresh water flush at the end of each use.  As stated, boat is ..always….run at 1,800 rpm (7 knots), usually on one engine for the last 9 or so years to suppress engine hours and use less gas.   I take it up to a planning speed, 3,000 rpm, for 15 mins or so 3 or 4 times each season.  She will cruise at 14 to 17 depending on conditions and when I firewalled it the first season I had it, she would do 24 mph. Sand blasted and then bottom coated in 2015 with the last (in this country) 4 gallons of Italy’s premium Borel.  Borel is almost bullet proof.  Anti fouling: Blue Water anti fouling paint applications-1 coat of green next to bottom coated hull, 2 coats of black.  Props:  Installed props – excellent condition, Spare props – fully reconditioned – never used-stored in satchels. Engines:  1675 hours. Lots of care to not push them hard and both engines, for the last  8 or so, years have had what my friends call “Psycho” oil changes.  At 75 hours-ish the oil is changed in the following way:  Old oil drained; Old filters removed; Fresh oil installed; Fresh filters installed; Boat is run anywhere from 20 mins to 2 weeks (depending on my schedule); Oil is drained; Filter removed; Fresh oil installed; Lucas oil stabilizer installed-last 2 years; Fresh filters installed.  This is a flush trying to maximize the efficacy of each oil change.  I have had the gamut of comments on my oil changes ( from “Great idea” to “Doesn’t make any difference”), but my feeling was to give the engine the cleanest oil possible to run on for its 70 hours before the next change and, you can’t make a case against clean oil.  Oil is the blood of the engine and I try to make it as healthy as possible.  I generally put about 60 to 80 hours on each season. Handling.  As mentioned, it does anything I ask of it (within reasonable limits) even on one engine.  When I enter our river, if the traffic is minimal, I’ll continue on with the one engine (because she answers the helm nicely) until I get to the marina and then I’ll use the two engines to get into the slip.  Every ½ hour or so of running time, I switch engines and keep the hours on both engines almost identical.  There are few lagoons I won’t go into with this boat because she can, with both engines, spin a nice tight circle effortlessly.  It genuinely does feel like you are steering a smaller boat despite the 36 feet. Draft at 3 ft. is very good because of the prop recessed area instead of prop pockets.  Sea Ray recessed a small card table area above the props, elevated the props slightly, which gives them plenty of water to bite as opposed to often used tunnels. The Borel bottom coat was applied by All Safety Marine in 2015.  All Safety Marine had used Borel in the past and was very, very impressed by its brute strength.  When they went to buy it for my boat, it was unavailable.  I went to Borel’s site and saw that the legendary Burger boats used it….so I called Burger.  The gentleman I spoke to was gracious and gave me a supplier’s name in FL.  2 or 3 more connections/conversations later led me finally to a supplier in Ft. Lauderdale who explained that he had so many users raving about Borel that when he heard Borel was discontinuing its U.S. distribution, he bought all he could find.  I ordered the last Borel bottom coat he had, the last 4 gallons which just did my job perfectly.  I covered the Borel with a green bottom coat of Blue Water and then 2 black coats of same.  As you can see from the pictures, it looks great and has almost no wear or need for touch up apart from the travel lift strap minor marks.     

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