The biggest bowrider in the new 2017 five-star Sea Ray SLX fleet now comes in an outboard variant using a rack of triple 300 to 350 hp Mercury Verado outboard engines. In typical Sea Ray fashion, there is some real pedigree in the SLX 350 OB hull.
The triple rack of 300-350hp Mercury Verado outboards drives a low-slung 21 degree deadrise hull with dynamic running surface designed for great handling and a smooth ride through the rough stuff.
Sea Ray’s Next Wave innovations run from the Quiet Ride system designed to reduce noise to the purpose-designed Dynamic Running Surface and the agility of Joystick piloting and docking.
Options include an LED lighting package, a large opening sunroof with several radar arch designs, and a retractable SureShade that is said to shade the entire aft section of the boat. Triple 300hp Mercury Verado outboard engines come standard, with power options up to 350hp, with either black or white cowlings.
“It’s just the tip of the iceberg with what Sea Ray has planned,” Mark Chapman says, “expect even bigger boats in future and even quad outboard set-ups.”
At-a-Glance: Sea Ray SLX 350 OB
Overall Length: 10.50m w/ Std. Swim Platform
Fuel Capacity: 605lt
Water Capacity: 113lt
Holding Tank: 102lt
Deadrise: 21 degree
Engine Rating: Triple 300-350hp Mercury Verado outboards
More on the Sea Ray SLX range and local dealers at searay.com.