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Knowledge is power, and the power that comes with knowing the ins and outs of your Sea Ray should always be within reach. For every question, there’s a resource, and Sea Ray strives to make these all available to you. Peruse our deep archive of manuals, catalogs and data below, and tap into the information you crave.

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Model Archives


Timeless classic

Sea Ray maintains a remarkable cache of promotional and informational materials dating back more than 50 years. Please tell us a little more about yourself by filling out the form at left, and then select “view” to choose a year and model. You’ll be given access to our vast library of spec sheets and brochures on older Sea Ray models. Note that some files may be large, as various resources may have been scanned from printed material.


Modern marvels

Searching for information on a Sea Ray model from the recent past? You’ve come to the right place. Complete model overview materials—including photos, specs, features, floor plans and more—are available for every Sea Ray sold in North America from 2001 through present. Tell us a little more about yourself by filling out the form below, then click “view” to access and choose from an extensive listing of model years, product categories and boat models.


Owners Manuals

Owners manuals

Searching for misplaced details about your Sea Ray, or just looking to keep all the facts in one place? Select a year and model from the options at right to access the Sea Ray Owners Manual of your choice, for models dating from 1977 to present. For printing, best results are achieved by saving the PDF to your local hard drive first and printing from that version.

Ownership Transfer Form

Ownership Transfer

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Parts & Accessories

Boat Information

Parts and accessories

Sea Ray parts and accessories are available only through an authorized Sea Ray dealer. When contacting a Sea Ray dealer regarding replacement parts, accessories or service, please have all pertinent information such as serial numbers, model numbers, etc., on hand.

Sea Ray has a permanent record of your boat, which is retained under its Hull Identification Number (HIN), located on the starboard side of the transom. This is the most important identifier and must be included in all correspondence and orders. Failure to include this information may cause shipment delays or service delays.

Please choose from the following topics for parts support:

Parts and accessories

Parts Manuals

Model archives

Sea Ray parts Manuals are currently available for all of our 1989 to 2008 models. Pre-1988 manuals are no longer available. For parts information on 2009 to present please visit your local Sea Ray Dealer.

To locate a Parts Manual: Choose the appropriate year from the pull-down list. Then select the content you wish to view or download from the available list.

The parts listed are only available through your local authorized Sea Ray dealer. Sea Ray cannot sell parts directly to boat owners. Please see your dealer with your Hull Identification Number (HIN) when placing your parts order.

Some files are very large and will take an extended time to download. If you are unable to open or download, click here to find a dealer in your area to assist you, as well as to place your order.

*Please note: Our catalogs and their illustrations have been compiled for the sole purpose of assisting with the identification of accessories and parts used by Sea Ray to manufacture your boat. It is intended for reference purposes only. Some parts become unavailable over time, so please confirm availability with your authorized dealer prior to ordering. Sea Ray reserves the right to change, substitute, or delete any of the parts illustrated in our manuals without notice. Not all parts illustrated are held in stock by Sea Ray, our dealers, or even available for order. In addition, Sea Ray is not responsible for incorrect orders placed.

Propeller Charts

Prop chart

Sea Ray prop charts are currently available for all of our 1970-2010 Sport Boats and Sport Cruisers only. Pre-1978 prop charts are no longer available. Remember to check this site periodically for additions, changes and updates. For all additional propping information, please contact your local Sea Ray dealer.

To locate a prop chart:
Choose the appropriate year from the list at right. Then select the content you wish to view or download from the available list.




Have a product or service that you want to sell to Sea Ray but don't know where to start? Here are some suggestions.

1. Do Your Homework

Click the Get To Know Us link in the left-hand navigation bar for suggestions on the best ways to learn about Sea Ray and to determine if your product is a good match for ours.

2. Introduce Yourself

In our Contact Us section, you'll find out what steps to take to ensure you get an audience with the right person.

3. Prepare Your Quotation

Reaching an Agreement explains the final step to becoming a Sea Ray partner. It is contingent upon quality evaluation of your product and the appropriateness of your formal quotation.

Once your bid is accepted and your product is approved — Eureka! — you join a very exclusive group of OEM suppliers. Go to Sea Ray Partners for general guidelines and more information.

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Get to Know Us

Conduct a Literature Search. You can download our product brochures and spec sheets from our archives or our current online brochure.

Read our Purchasing Policy. It will give you a general overview of how we work.

Study our Purchasing Mission. This is a critical part of our supplier relationship.

Familiarize yourself with Sea Ray's Corporate Mission. It outlines our goals and objectives.

Find out about PACE, our process of continuous improvement.

Decide which of your products offers the best match for Sea Ray's needs and ask yourself:

  • Will it add value to the Sea Ray product?
  • Are we presently using a competitor's product, or is your product unique and therefore new to Sea Ray?
  • From a quality standpoint, how does your product stack up to what we are currently using?
  • Are colors a consideration? Are you able to color match to our décor?
  • How will your product hold up in the marine environment? Extreme heat, high humidity, salt water, suntan oils, etc., are encountered frequently.

In other words, do your homework. Read and ask questions. Look around. Talk with our customers. Visit a marina. Explore our website. And, by all means, spend time with a Sea Ray dealer. To find your nearest one, use our Dealer Locator.

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Reaching an Agreement

All products used on a Sea Ray vessel must be approved by our Product Development & Engineering (PD&E) group and the appropriate manufacturing locations. The appropriate Sea Ray Commodity Purchasing Manager will guide you through this process. Suppliers are expected to have conducted their own product quality evaluations and will be requested to supply a copy of their findings along with the samples submitted for Sea Ray's evaluation. In certain cases, Sea Ray may require industry certifications (i.e. NMMA, ABYC, UL, SAE, CE).

Prepare your formal quotation. Your Commodity Purchasing Manager will assist you in understanding Sea Ray's volume requirements and will provide you with applicable prints if available. Your quotation should include, but not be limited to, the following:

  • Your part number, Sea Ray part number if available, package quantity and description
  • Price* and minimum order
  • Shipping and payment terms
  • FOB point
  • Your warranty policy**
  • Term of the quotation
  • Tooling requirements
  • Lead time requirements

Quotations are evaluated on a “total cost” basis. By this, we are referring to all the costs associated with purchasing a particular component, including installation labor, freight, payment terms, inventory costs, estimated warranty cost, etc. All quotations are confidential, as is Sea Ray's current pricing.

*The more detail you provide us in terms of raw material content, labor and overhead, the better we will be able to evaluate your proposal.

**Sea Ray warranties its product, parts and labor for a minimum of one year from the date of sale to the consumer. Suppliers who exceed these guidelines receive more consideration than those who do not. Some key components may require a multi-year warranty. Your Commodity Purchasing Manager will provide details.

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Sea Ray Partners

All Sea Ray suppliers are governed by specific requirements. Here is an overview of what to expect as a new OEM supplier.

Sea Ray uses a Material Requirements Plan (MRP) to forecast and plan our requirements. Various planning tools are in place to assist the buyer in scheduling orders in accordance with the supplier's lead time requirements. Be reminded that the marine industry is dynamic. Sea Ray takes pride in meeting the customer's requirements, and therefore, you can expect a certain amount of fluctuation in our long-range forecast. The degree of “nervousness” in this schedule is, of course, dependent upon the type of product being purchased.

Important facts you need to know about Sea Ray Purchase Orders:

Orders are generated via our in-house computer system and are generally faxed to the supplier directly from that system. If, for some reason, you feel that an original is necessary, you and the appropriate Commodity Purchasing Manager and Buyer/Planner can work out the details.

Be advised that orders may come to you from either corporate purchasing or the purchasing departments at the individual manufacturing locations.

If, for any reason, you are unable to meet the requirements as stated on the purchase order, you are expected to contact the buyer as soon as the discrepancy is discovered. Advance notice of an impending delay is required.

Sea Ray assumes no responsibility for materials purchased or produced in excess of that which is identified on the purchase order. This is done as much for your protection as ours. We strive to keep our inventories low, and our suppliers are encouraged to do the same. Through properly managed inventories, we are better able to meet the ever-changing needs of our customers. Further, excess inventory increases the likelihood of obsolescence, which, in turn, raises the cost of both your product and ours.

When invoicing and generating the appropriate packing documents, please be aware of the following requirements:

All cartons, packing slips and invoices must be marked with the Sea Ray part number, quantities of each included and the purchase order number. All Sea Ray suppliers are required to ship product with two-dimensional bar codes affixed. These bar codes consist of a header and detail that include all packing list information, and individual carton labels on each box/package.

The timing of payment terms becomes effective upon the receipt of the invoice or the material, whichever is later.

When Sea Ray is responsible for the freight charges, it is imperative that shipping instructions on the purchase order are explicitly followed.

In the event that an item we purchased needs to be returned, the following procedures apply:

We will request a Return Goods Authorization (RGA) number when required by the supplier. All returns will be accompanied by a Sea Ray returned goods form that describes the reason for the return and, in some cases, the requested disposition (repair and return, apply to next order, issue credit, etc.).

It is a Sea Ray policy that all returns to the original supplier will be debited to that supplier's account upon the return. This procedure ensures that the proper accounting is taking place and that the part is dispositioned in a timely manner.

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Purchasing Policy

The following information is provided to assist suppliers in understanding Sea Ray's procedures, policies, and practices that are designed to lend continuity to our supplier / customer relationships. This brief outline is intended to be a general overview and not a complete summary. The purchasing staff is able to provide additional details as needed.

Product Quality - Sea Ray expects suppliers to furnish quality products that conform to specifications and customer demands on a consistent and ongoing basis. This is of absolute necessity in supporting Sea Ray's position as the quality leader in the marine industry.

Product Delivery - In today's competitive business environment, manufacturers and suppliers must work diligently to streamline the supply chain. Dependable delivery is essential to a mutually beneficial Sea Ray / supplier relationship.

New Products / Technologies - Sea Ray encourages and expects suppliers to introduce new ideas, products and technologies to our business. Through this creativity, Sea Ray is able to offer the consumer a unique and more advanced product relative to our competition. This premise is a foundation of our long-term supplier relationships.

Value Analysis - Our suppliers, both prospective and current, are encouraged to provide direction and input on Sea Ray value analysis opportunities aimed at enhancing our product value. Conversely, we are eager to work with suppliers in value-engineering their products to create mutual benefits. Do not hesitate to present your ideas or ask for assistance in this regard.

Pricing - Sea Ray desires multi-year agreements that provide an assurance of continuous business. Our preferred suppliers are consequently well positioned to develop long-term strategic plans for their business, including R&D, facilities and equipment investments. In exchange for this volume consideration and long-term agreement, we expect our suppliers to commit to stable pricing and annual price reductions over the term of our agreement. When necessary, any proposed price increases are to be presented for review 60 days prior to the effective date of change. Of course, any price increase must be substantiated and “earned” through performance during the preceding period.

Warranty - Sea Ray warrants its products for a minimum of one year from date of sale to the consumer, with an emphasis on ensuring customer satisfaction. Sea Ray's warranty covers both parts and labor. Our suppliers are expected to support this warranty by offering the same warranty on their products. Suppliers will receive a quarterly “Warranty Claims Statement” so they can review recent warranty claims and provide feedback to customer service and corporate purchasing regarding the disposition and corrective action on defective parts.

Replacement Parts - Consumers demand readily available replacement components and, by working together, Sea Ray and its suppliers will meet this expectation. Sea Ray is committed to making spare and repair parts available for previous model-year products. Suppliers are expected to support our replacement parts program by making products from past model years readily available. Sea Ray will periodically send suppliers a “Parts Order Performance Report” that identifies the number of days it takes to ship each replacement parts order. Our goal is to ship 75 percent of all replacement parts orders to the customer within one day, 85 percent within two days, and 95 percent within five days of receipt of the order.

Return Policy - In the event that Sea Ray must return a part to a supplier, regardless of the circumstances, it is our policy to debit the supplier for the cost of that part. “Return Goods Authorization” numbers will be obtained in advance of the return if required by the supplier. Each return will be accompanied by a document that details the reason for the return, the party responsible and disposition. The supplier may re-invoice Sea Ray for returned parts when repairs / replacements are made. All repair charges must be approved in advance by Sea Ray Purchasing.

Product Liability - Suppliers are required to maintain general product liability insurance with respect to the products supplied to Sea Ray. This coverage will be a minimum of $1 million and may be more, depending upon the relative liability exposure of the item.

Confidentiality - As Sea Ray is continually striving to stay ahead of the competition, it is essential that discussions of any nature be held in the strictest confidence. At times, depending on the circumstances, suppliers will be asked to sign a formal confidentiality agreement.

Ethics - All purchasing personnel within the Sea Ray organization, and the suppliers they deal with, are expected to conduct their business in accordance with the 12 “Principles and Standards of Purchasing Practice” as defined by the National Association of Purchasing Management (NAPM).

Supplier Visitation - Sea Ray requests that suppliers meet with corporate purchasing at least quarterly to review the status of the products and services supplied. Additionally, suppliers should plan to visit Sea Ray's plants at least quarterly to confirm that their products are being properly installed in our boats.

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Purchasing Mission

Corporate Purchasing, in support of the goals and objectives outlined in Sea Ray's Mission Statement, will strive to enhance Sea Ray's position in the marine industry through development of a world-class supplier base that is capable of furnishing a product of superior quality and maximum value.

We will accomplish this through the highest professional standards of business practices and ethics, while promoting partnerships with premier suppliers.

We recognize the critical role of our suppliers in the support of our efforts and, as such, pledge our commitment to:

  • Establish collaborative relationships with key suppliers in order to infuse new products, processes and technology to our industry.
  • Constantly grow in terms of awareness and knowledge of the marketplace, products and business practices by maintaining open communications with key parties and partaking in appropriate educational opportunities.
  • Represent Sea Ray in the highest professional manner while conducting business in an ethical and forthright fashion.
  • Manage supplier relationships and assume a proactive role in the procurement cycle, ensuring that Sea Ray receives the highest value products and services at world-class prices.
  • Promote the concept of value analysis and encourage our supply base to practice this concept within their organization in order to enhance the value of every purchased product.
  • Establish and aggressively pursue, on a continuing basis, PACE goals and objectives in order to lower the cost of quality within the purchasing organization and throughout Sea Ray.
  • Produce measurable results favorably impacting Sea Ray's profitability and image.

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PACE is the name of our continuous improvement process, which was implemented in the spring of 1991. Thanks to this program, Sea Ray has continued to lower the cost of quality (the cost of doing things over) and improve efficiency, resulting in a higher quality product. Employee participation in PACE means that product and process improvements are no longer the sole domain of engineers and management.

Today, every Sea Ray employee can demonstrate their personal commitment to making a better product by involvement in PACE teams and suggesting improvements through the PACE suggestion process. To date, our employees have made more than 35,000 suggestions, over half of which have been implemented.

And the Best is Yet to Come!

Total involvement is what PACE is all about. From the very beginning, Sea Ray suppliers have been our partners on a winning team. In helping us build a leadership position in our industry, you have become an extremely valuable asset to us, one who is instrumental in our commitment to quality. Because the thousands of parts and materials we use to build a Sea Ray boat is manufactured by someone else, our suppliers' commitment to meet or exceed our quality requirements is essential to the satisfaction of every Sea Ray customer.

As a supplier of goods or services to Sea Ray, your participation in the PACE process is not only encouraged, but expected. We need you to tell us at every opportunity exactly what you think we could do to improve our products or better utilize your products. What you tell us is a vital ingredient in the quality cycle and will help reduce our cost of quality. You can be involved in our PACE process by making suggestions, and you may even be asked to participate on a PACE team.

This level of participation in PACE is rewarding for all of us. When Sea Ray and our suppliers do things right the first time, we build customer loyalty, which translates into market share for Sea Ray and consistently higher utilization of the products provided by quality-conscious suppliers.

So remember, PACE is more than a snappy acronym. It is founded on the belief that motivated people have immense power - the power to solve problems, to eliminate errors and defects, to cut costs and to foster innovations.

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Answer: This website is an excellent source of information for classic Sea Rays. All of the information we have about our classic Sea Rays is located on this site. Please check the Model Archives section of this site for further information.

Answer: Sea Ray has owner's manuals available to download for free; however, Sea Ray does not offer service manuals. We suggest you contact your authorized Sea Ray dealer for service. Mercury / MerCruiser has engine service manuals available here.

Answer: The remaining warranty may be transferred on line through our website. Please click here to transfer your warranty. If you purchased a used boat, don't forget to sign up for Sea Ray's exclusive owner's club for free.

Answer: Unfortunately, Sea Ray does not provide this information, however you can click here for N.A.D.A. used boat values.

Answer: Sea Ray is unable to provide this information due to many reasons including, but not limited, to variances in altitude, temperature and load conditions. We suggest you visit for a third party evaluation.

Answer: Please contact your selling Sea Ray dealership's service department or visit our Dealer Locator.

Answer: Click here for Mercury / MerCruiser Engine Manuals.

Answer: Unfortunately, Sea Ray cannot certify, provide CE documentation, assist with certification, or provide CE conformity plates for vessels not originally manufactured with the CE Option. After a boat has left our manufacturing facility without CE certification, one must follow the International Marine Certification Institute's steps for attaining CE Certification in order to import it into a European country. You may visit IMCI to begin the process under their recommendations.

Answer: Authorized Sea Ray dealers set the pricing for all parts they sell. You may contact your dealer for this information.

Answer: Sea Ray only has parts manuals back as far as 1989. If the parts manual is not on our website, it is not available. Please note that we are unable to research parts older than 1989. However, all is not lost; many customers have had great luck getting the parts they need by clicking here.

Answer: Unfortunately, Sea Ray does not offer a factory extended warranty. However, Brunswick Product Protection is Sea Ray's preferred extended service agreement provider.

Answer: If a manual is not listed in our owner’s manual section, then please contact support at We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Answer: Mercury Marine remains very active in developing a thorough understanding of important issues and environments in which our products must operate. Mercury's engineers work constantly to expand our understanding of fuel technologies and their interactions with all Mercury products to ensure they perform properly and reliably. Mercury personnel work in concert with industry groups, such as the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA), to offer input into the overall processes by which many decisions are made regarding fuel regulations and energy policies so future problems are minimized and future developments are beneficial to those who utilize our products.

Click here to download list of questions and answers that address ethanol usage. (pdf)

Answer: When preparing to store a boat for extended periods of two months or more, it is best to completely remove all fuel from the tank. If it is difficult or not possible to remove the fuel, maintaining a full tank of fuel with a fuel stabilizer added to provide fuel stability and corrosion protection is recommended. A partially full tank is not recommended because the void space above the fuel allows air movement that can bring in water through condensation as the temperature cycles up and down. This condensation potentially becomes a problem. Mercury Marine Fuel System Treatment & Stabilizer can help maintain fuel systems in storage. It contains oxidation inhibitors to reduce oxidation and gum formation, metal chelating agents to protect metal components from corrosion, water absorbing agents to reduce the presence of free water, and dispersants to help suspend and disperse debris. It is best used by adding to the tank at the recommended dosage, running the engine for 10 minutes to allow the system to be cleaned, shutting off the fuel valve to interrupt the fuel supply and allow the engine to run until it stops, topping off the tank until it's full, and capping any openings to reduce the amount of exchange with the air that might bring in condensation.

Click here to download list of questions and answers that address ethanol usage. (pdf)

Answer: It is possible to lightly sand the imitation teak material to remove marks or scratches, but due to the composite material, stain or other sealers are not recommended. This material has a PVC-type makeup, and the stain will not take as it will with teak.


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