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Sea Ray 240 Sundancer NO Arch, 2007 - RNR
Specific
Information
Manual
240 Sundancer
Manual Part Number: MRP 1902273
240 SUNDANCER SPECIFIC INFORMATION MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Load Capacity .......................................................... 1
2. Passenger Locations ............................................... 1
3. Safety Label Locations ............................................ 2
4. Basic Boat Dimensions and Clearances ................. 5
5. Function and Location of Through-Hull Cutouts ...... 6
6. Helm, Gauge & Switch Layout ................................. 7
7. Deck Layout ............................................................. 8
8. Cleats....................................................................... 9
9. Navigation and Anchor Lights .................................. 9
10. Lighting .................................................................. 9
11. Bilge Layout ......................................................... 10
12. Fire Extinguishing System ................................... 11
13. Fuel System ......................................................... 11
A. Gasoline Fuel System ..................................... 11
B. Diesel Fuel System (Optional) ........................ 11
14. Water System ...................................................... 11
15. Entertainment System ......................................... 12
16. Canvas ................................................................. 12
17. Electrical Schematic ............................................ 12
Information in this publication is based upon the latest product specifications available at printing. Sea Ray®
Boats, Inc. reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice, in the colors, equipment, specifications,
materials and prices of all models, or to discontinue models. Should changes in production models be made, Sea
Ray® is not obligated to make similar changes or modifications to models sold prior to the date of such changes.
Owner’s Manual
240 Sundancer
Printed in the U.S.A. April 2007
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Sea Ray Boats, Inc. 2600 Sea Ray Blvd., Knoxville, TN 37914
For information call 1-800-SRBOATS or fax 1-314-213-7878
(International 1-314-216-3333)
Internet Address: http://www.searay.com
Note: Not all accessories shown in pictures or described herein are
standard equipment or even available as options.
Options and features are subject to change without notice.
The following are registered trademarks of the Brunswick Corporation: Sea Ray ® & The SR Wave Logo
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1. LOAD CAPACITY
2. PASSENGER LOCATIONS
Refer to the General Information Manual for a
detailed explanation of Load Capacity.
Refer to the General Information Manual for a
detailed explanation of Passenger Locations.
! DANGER
Never carry more weight or passengers than indicated
on the certification plate, regardless of weather or
water conditions.
The boat can capsize, swamp or sink.
BUILDER’S PLATE (INTERNATIONAL)
(FIG. 1.1)
BOAT MANUFACTURER
MFR’S MODEL
DESIGNATION
! WARNING
Wet decks are slippery.
You can be seriously injured if you slip and fall.
Wear slip resistant footwear secured to your feet and
hold on to rails or boat structure.
PASSENGER LOCATIONS
(FIG. 1.3)
ACCOMMODATION DECK
(DECK AREA INTENDED FOR
OCCUPATION DURING NORMAL
OPERATION)
DO NOT STAND OR WALK ON THIS
AREA WHILE UNDERWAY.
C
MAXIMUM NUMBER
OF PASSENGERS
MAXIMUM LOAD
CAPACITY
BUILDER’S PLATE (DOMESTIC)
(FIG. 1.2)
MAXIMUM CAPACITIES
10 PERSONS OR 1400 LBS.
1800 POUNDS, PERSONS, GEAR
THIS BOAT COMPLIES WITH U.S. COAST
GUARD SAFETY STANDARDS IN EFFECT ON
THE DATE OF CERTIFICATION
MANUFACTURER: SEA RAY BOATS, INC.
+./86),,%4.
MODEL: 240 Sundancer
DESIGN COMPLIANCE WITH NMMA REQUIREMENTS BELOW IS
6%2)&)%$-&22%30/.3)",%&/202/$5#4)/.#/.42/,
,/!$!.$#!0!#)49s#/-0!24-%.46%.4),!4)/.
STEERING, FUEL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
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-!.%56%2!"),)49
Certified
NMMA
NATIONAL MARINE MANUFACTURERS ASSN.
! WARNING
Boat motion can be erratic.
You can fall overboard or be injured by hitting
something in or on the boat.
All persons must be in cockpit area or cabin and be
prepared for sudden boat movement.
Use front or bow deck area only during anchoring,
mooring or emergencies.
! DANGER
Rotating propellers can injure or kill you.
Shut off engine when persons are in water near
boat, or on swim platform or ladder.
! WARNING
Rear facing transom seats MUST NOT be used while
engine is running or boat is moving.
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WARNING
!
Manual Part Number: MRP 1902273
DANGER
INSIDE COMPARTMENT
DANGER
SR-7216
SR-7214
SR-505
LOCATED ON UNDER SIDE OF SWIM LADDER HATCH
MRP 1573112
Inspect the ladder for damage and check the security of all fasteners.
Repair damage and/or tighten any hardware that may have become
loose prior to use.
Allow ladder to dry after washing. Apply a light coating of spray lubricant or
clear silicone grease to the slide areas ONLY. Work ladder back and forth
to assure distribution of lubricant and ease of operation.
CAUTION - TO PREVENT THE POSSIBILITY OF PERSONAL INJURY,
ENSURE THAT ANY LUBRICANT IS CLEANED FROM LADDER RUNGS
AND STILES PRIOR TO USE.
Wash entire ladder, using ONLY a clean, soft cloth, and mild soap solution.
Rinse thoroughly with fresh water. 4OPREVENTDAMAGE.%6%253%
!"2!3)6%3OR!"2!3)6%#,%!.%23
Examine the ladder slide grooves and remove any foreign particles
lodged within the grooves.
MONTHLY:
Fully extend ladder and thoroughly rinse all ladder and slide surfaces
with fresh water. Pay special attention to flushing any debris and salt
water from the slide areas.
AFTER EACH USE:
STAINLESS STEEL SLIDING SWIM LADDERS
SUGGESTED CARE & MAINTENANCE
MRP 1745519
TO AVOID RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH
SHUT OFF ENGINE WHEN NEAR SWIMMERS
OR PRIOR TO USING SWIM PLATFORM AND
BOARDING LADDER.
!
MRP # 1745515
SR-7124
WARNING
MRP 1743571
MRP 1745125
SR-7111
USE CAUTION WITH SKIER IN TOW
AS TOW ROPE MAY BACKLASH INTO
COCKPIT WHEN RELEASED
!
! DANGER
! CAUTION
SR-7119B
SR-7151
DISCHARGE OF OIL PROHIBITED
ON BATTERY SWITCH PANEL
MRP # 1746901
LOCATED UNDER BILGE ACCESS HATCH
SR-744
OR EMULSION BENEATH THE SURFACE OF THE WATER. VIOLATORS ARE
DISCOLORATION OF THE SURFACE OF THE WATER OR CAUSES A SLUDGE
SR-7167
IF SWITCH IS TURNED OFF WHILE
ENGINE IS RUNNING ALTERNATOR
WILL BE DAMAGED.
MRP 1745158
NOTICE
GASOLINE RECOMMENDATION
Minimum octane rating of 87 AKI.
Refer to the engine owner’s manual for
additional information.
WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES OR THE WATERS OF THE CONTIGUOUS
MRP # 1744737
MRP 1745513
DANGER
DISCHARGE OF OIL OR OILY WASTE INTO OR UPON THE NAVIGABLE
SUBJECT TO A PENALTY OF $5,000.
WARNING
NO SMOKING
GASOLINE VAPORS ARE EXPLOSIVE
LPG Appliances can ignite gasoline
vapor causing fire or explosion. Turn off
all LPG appliances while fueling.
!
SR-7118
THE FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT PROHIBITS THE
SR-7102
TRANSOM DOOR MUST BE
CLOSED AND SECURE WHEN
ENGINE IS RUNNING
MRP 1745156
!
! CAUTION
PRIOR TO TOWING VESSEL:
SR-747
12VDC-15A MAX
MRP 1751885
!
DANGER
!
DANGER
MRP 1745512
SR-7154
DANGER
SR-7135
(2 EA)
LOCATED ON HEAD PORT LIGHT WINDOW
AND ON INSIDE OF MAIN DISTRIBUTION
PANEL CABINET DOOR
MRP 1747493
LEAVING WINDOW OPEN COULD
INDUCE EXHAUST FUMES
INTO CABIN RESULTING IN SEVERE
PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH
!
THIS TAG IS PLACED ON ALL ELECTRICAL
JUNCTION BOXES IN THE ENGINE ROOM
MRP 1743616
SR-7149
STAY CLEAR OF MOVING PARTS
WHILE ENGINE IS RUNNING.
UNPLUG SHORE POWER AND TURN
OFF GENERATOR BEFORE
REMOVING COVER.
SR-7203
s #,/3%3%!#/#+3/.././0%2!4).'
%.').%34/02%6%.43%!7!4%2).'%34)/.
s ,/#+02/0%,,%23(!&434/02%6%.4
DAMAGE TO SHAFT SEAL AND TRANSMISSION
BEARINGS.
MRP # 1744738
).3)$%',/6%"/8
LEAKING FUEL IS A FIRE AND EXPLOSION
HAZARD, INSPECT SYSTEM REGULARLY.
EXAMINE FUEL TANKS FOR LEAKS OR CORROSION AT LEAST ANNUALLY.
!
DANGER
WARNING
SR-313
MRP # 1752856
SR-285
AUTOMATIC EXTINGUISHER SYSTEM
IF SYSTEM
LIGHT OFF-UNIT
LIGHT ON-UNIT
WARNING
!
DANGER
SR-7162
LOCATED UNDER ANCHOR HATCH
MRP # 1746896
STAY CLEAR OF MOVING PARTS
! WARNING
WHEN VESSEL OPERATING BELOW CRUISING SPEED
AND VERIFY BLOWER OPERATION, RUN BLOWER
GASOLINE OR VAPORS. OPERATE BLOWER FOR FOUR MINUTES,
BLOWER, AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
BEFORE STARTING ENGINE: CHECK ENGINE COMPARTMENT BILGE FOR
DISCHARGED, SHUTDOWN ENGINE,
DISCHARGED.
CHARGE/
SR-7153
VISIBILITY FROM THIS HELM STATION IS LIMITED
AVOID COLLISIONS-MAINTAIN LOOKOUT
AS REQUIRED IN ‘RULES OF THE ROAD’
BY US COAST GUARD
!
MRP 1743548
RUNNING BOAT WITH DOOR OPEN COULD
INDUCE EXHAUST FUMES INTO CABIN.
SEE OWNERS MANUAL FOR INSTRUCTIONS
CONCERNING CARBON MONOXIDE.
!
MRP 1743507
DOOR MUST BE SECURED
WHILE VESSEL IS UNDERWAY
SAFETY LABEL LOCATIONS
(FIG. 2.1)
DO NOT STAND OR WALK ON
THIS AREA SERIOUS INJURY
COULD RESULT.
MRP 1745162
- DO NOT LEAVE BOAT UNATTENDED WITH THE
DOCKSIDE WATER HOSE CONNECTED.
- DOCKSIDE WATER SHOULD BE CONNECTED
DURING PERIODS OF HEAVY WATER USE ONLY.
SR-7139
CHECK BATTERY CELL FUEL
LEVEL APPROXIMATELY EVERY
4 WEEKS AND MORE OFTEN IN
SUMMER AND HOT ZONES.
MRP # 1746895
NOTICE
THIS BOAT IS EQUIPPED WITH
AN OPTIONAL DIRECT OVERBOARD
DISCHARGE VALVE. DISCHARGING
OF SEWAGE DIRECTLY OVERBOARD
IS FOR USE WHERE APPROVED ONLY
NOTICE
UNDERSIDE OF ENGINE HATCH
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3. SAFETY LABEL LOCATIONS
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SAFETY LABEL LOCATIONS (CONTINUED)
SAFETY LABEL LOCATIONS
(FIG. 3.1)
12VDC-15A MAX
MRP # 1744738
SR-747
! DANGER
In all gasoline powered boats, engine and generator exhaust
systems produce colorless and odorless carbon monoxide gas
h#/v $IRECT PROLONGED EXPOSURE CAN RESULT IN #/ POISONING
which may be harmful or fatal. To prevent excess exposure and
reduce the possibility of accumulations of CO in the cabin and
COCKPITOFTHEBOATTHEOPERATORSHOULDINSUREADEQUATEVENTILATION
in each the cabin and cockpit areas, through utilization of cabin
hatches, cabin doors, cabin windows, cockpit windshield windows
and side windshield vents to increase air movement through the
cabin and cockpit areas. The following conditions tend to increase
THE ACCUMULATION OF #/ IN AND ABOUT THE BOAT AND REQUIRE THE
operator’s particular attention:
1. Operation at slow speeds or dead in the water.
2. Operation with a high bow angle attitude.
3. The utilization of canvas tops, side curtains and back
curtains.
4. Contributing climatic conditions, such as a head wind.
5. Operation of engines and/or generator in confined
spaces or at dockside.
6. Any blockage of hull exhaust outlets.
Indications of excessive exposure to CO concentrations may
include nausea, dizziness and drowsiness.
MRP 1746899
SR-7126
LOCATED INSIDE THE MAIN DISTRIBUTION
PANEL DOOR
!
DANGER
!
AVOID COLLISIONSs -AINTAIN,OOKOUTASREQUIREDBYTHEh2ULESOFTHE2OADv
s 6ISIBILITYCANBELIMITEDBYHIGHBOATTRIMANGLESPERSONSGEAR
weather and light conditions.
s !TALLTIMESPROCEEDATA3AFE3PEEDSOTHATYOUCANTAKEPROPER
and effective action to avoid hazardous conditions.
Such issues are considered under the control of the operator!
CARBON MONOXIDE CAN BE FATALIn all gasoline powered boats, engine and generator exhaust
systems produce colorless and odorless carbon monoxide gas
h#/v $IRECT PROLONGED EXPOSURE CAN RESULT IN #/ POISONING
which may be harmful or fatal. To prevent excess exposure and
reduce the possibility of accumulations of CO in the cabin and
COCKPITOFTHEBOATTHEOPERATORSHOULDINSUREADEQUATEVENTILATION
in each the cabin and cockpit areas, through utilization of cabin
hatches, cabin doors, cabin windows, cockpit windshield windows
and side windshield vents to increase air movement through the
cabin and cockpit areas. The following conditions tend to increase
THE ACCUMULATION OF #/ IN AND ABOUT THE BOAT AND REQUIRE THE
operator’s particular attention:
1. Operation at slow speeds or dead in the water.
2. Operation with a high bow angle attitude.
3. The utilization of canvas tops, side curtains and back
curtains.
4. Contributing climatic conditions, such as a head wind.
5. Operation of engines and/or generator in confined
spaces or at dockside.
6. Any blockage of hull exhaust outlets.
Indications of excessive exposure to CO concentrations may
include nausea, dizziness and drowsiness.
DO NOT USE-Sun Pads, Boarding Ladder or Swim Platform and
Transom Door should be closed when engine is running.
MRP 1749696
SR-7193
NMMA CERTIFICATION TAG
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SAFETY LABEL LOCATIONS (CONTINUED)
SAFETY LABEL LOCATIONS
(FIG. 4.1)
Save Our Seas
It is illegal to dump plastic trash anywhere into the ocean or navigable
WATERSOFTHE5NITED3TATES6IOLATIONOFTHESEREQUIREMENTSMAYRESULT
in civil penalty up to $25,000, a fine of $50,000 and imprisonment for up
to five years.
INSIDE 3 MILES
PLASTIC - Includes but is
(and in U.S. Lakes, Rivers,
not limited to: plastic bags,
Bays and Sounds)
styrofoam cups and lids, sixPLASTICS
pack holders, stirrers, straws,
DUNNAGE, LINING AND PACKING
milk jugs, egg cartons, synMATERIALS THAT FLOAT
thetic fishing nets, ropes, lines, ANY GARBAGE EXCEPT DISHWATER/
GRAYWATER/FRESH FISH PARTS
and bio or photo degradable
plastics.
GARBAGE - Means paper,
rags, glass, metal, crockery
(generated in living spaces
aboard the vessel-what we
normally call trash), and all
kinds of food, maintenance and
cargo-associated waste.
“Garbage” does not include
fresh fish or fish parts, dishwater, and gray water.
DUNNAGE- Material used to
block and brace cargo, and is
considered a cargo associated
waste.
DISHWATER- Means the liquid
residue from the manual or automatic washing of dishes and
3 TO 12 MILES
cooking utensils which, have
been pre-cleaned to the extent
PLASTICS
DUNNAGE, LINNING AND PACKING
that any food particles adherMATERIALS THAT FLOAT
ing to them would not normally
ANY GARBAGE NOT GROUND TO LESS
interfere with the operation of
THAN ONE SQUARE INCH
automatic dishwashers.
12 TO 25 MILES
PLASTICS
DUNNAGE, LINING AND PACKING
MATERIALS THAT FLOAT
12 TO 25 MILES
PLASTICS
GRAYWATER - Means drainage from a dishwasher, shower,
laundry, bath, and washbasin,
and does not include drainage
from toilets, urinals, hospitals,
and cargo spaces.
LOCATED ON INSIDE OF WET BAR CABINET DOOR
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4. BASIC BOAT DIMENSIONS AND CLEARANCES
(E) 8’ 10” (2.69 m)
(D) 10’ 9½” (3.29 m)
(F) 6’ 2” (1.88 m)
BOAT DIMENSIONS AND CLEARANCES
(FIG. 5.1)
WATERLINE
(C)37.5”
(95.25 cm)
KEEL
(A) 24’ 10” (7.57 m)
(B) BEAM
8’ 6” (2.59 M)
240 SUNDANCER® SPECIFICATIONS
HEIGHT DIMENSIONS
(A) Overall Length
With Std. Swim Platform ......... 24ft. 10in.
7.57 m
(D) Keel to Top of Antenna..................... 10ft. 9.5in. 3.29 m
(E) Waterline to Top of Antenna ............. 8ft. 10in.
2.69 m
(B) Beam (Width) ........................... 8ft. 6in.
2.59 m
(F) Waterline to Top of Windshield ......... 6ft. 2in.
1.88 m
(C) Draft (Stern Drive Down) ......... 37.5in.*
95 cm*
Draft (Stern Drive Up) .................... 20.5in.*
52 cm*
* MINIMUM WATER DEPTH TO PREVENT RUNNING AGROUND
Dry Weight ..................................... 5,593 lbs.
2,537 kg.
Fuel Capacity................................. 75 gal.
283.9 liters
Usable Fuel ................................... 71 gal.
268.8 liters
Water Capacity .............................. 20 gal.
75.7 liters
Holding Tank .................................. 18 gal.
68.1 liters
Dead Rise ...................................... 18°
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5. FUNCTION AND LOCATION OF THROUGH-HULL CUTOUTS
STARBOARD THROUGH-HULL CUTOUTS
(FIG.6.1)
BILGE PUMP
DRAIN
HATCH
DRAIN
DISCHARGE
(OPTION)
MANUAL BILGE
PUMP
(OPTION)
WASTE VENT
(OPTION)
WET BAR
DRAIN
SHOWER
SUMP
ENTRYWAY STEP
DRAIN
PORT THROUGH-HULL CUTOUTS
(FIG. 6.2)
ROPE LOCKER
HATCH DRAIN
GALLEY SINK
DRAIN
ROPE LOCKER
DRAIN
BILGE THROUGH-HULL CUTOUTS
(FIG. 6.3)
WATER HEATER
VENT
(OPTION)
HATCH DRAIN
TRANSOM THROUGH-HULL CUTOUTS
(FIG. 6.4)
HEAD DISCHARGE
(OPTION)
STERN EYE BOLTS
(2 EACH PORT & STBD)
TRANSDUCER
A/C SYSTEM
INTAKE (OPTION)
GARBOARD DRAIN
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6. HELM, GAUGE & SWITCH LAYOUT
HELM LAYOUT (FIG. 7.1)
COMPASS
GAUGE PANEL
GPS CHART
PLOTTER
(OPTION)
SWITCH PANEL
TRIM TABS
CONTROLS
SPOT LIGHT
CONTROLS
(OPTION)
VOLVO ENGINE
ALARM
(DIESEL OPTION)
STEREO
REMOTE
HALON SYSTEM
REMOTE
(DIESEL OPTION)
VHF RADIO
GAUGE PANEL (FIG.7.2)
OIL PRESSURE
SPEEDOMETER
4-IN-1 GAUGE
FUEL
WATER
TEMPERATURE
POWER TRIM
GAUGE
SYSTEM
TACHOMETER
SWITCH PANEL (FIG. 7.3)
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7. DECK LAYOUT
GENERAL LAYOUT
(FIG. 8.1)
FRESH
WATER FILL
PORT/STBD COMBO
.!6)'!4)/.,)'(4
CABIN ENTRYWAY
ANCHOR CHAIN/ROPE
STORAGE LOCKER
PORT
#/.6%23!4)/.
AREA SEATING
CONTROL STATION
6!#!$!04%2
).',/6%"/8
SWING OUT TABLE
AFT TABLE
ENGINE HATCH
AFT SEATING
(WITH STORAGE BELOW)
8
ADJUSTABLE HELM
SEAT
WET BAR
(WITH STORAGE
BELOW)
BATTERY SWITCH
(UNDER WET BAR)
SWIM PLATFORM
WASTE PUMP-OUT
PLATE
FUEL FILL
LADDER
(UNDER PLATFORM)
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8. CLEATS
10. LIGHTING
Cleats must not be used for lifting the boat; they
are intended for docking or mooring use only.
See General Information Manual for a detailed
explanation of the lighting.
CLEAT LOCATIONS
(FIG. 9.1)
STERN
EYE
CLEAT
EXTERIOR LIGHTS
(FIG. 9.3)
CLEAT
BOW NAV. LIGHT
CLEAT
A
A
MAST NAV. LIGHT
CLEAT
STERN
EYE
CLEAT
BULB REPLACEMENT
BULB# GE2641L
12V R 10W
CLEAT
BULB REPLACEMENT
FUSE TYPE BULB
#12V10WPERKO
B
9. NAVIGATION AND ANCHOR LIGHTS
COCKPIT LIGHT
See General Information Manual for a detailed
explanation of the anchor lights.
C
BULB REPLACEMENT
FUSE TYPE BULB
#12V10WPERKO #70-0
C
NAVIGATION AND ANCHOR LIGHT/SWITCHES
(STBD HELM SWITCH PANEL)
(FIG 9.2)
RECTANGLE LIGHT
(LOCATED IN BILGE)
C
D
D
C
B
D
BULB
REPLACEMENT
BULB#CEC1141
STERN NAVIGATION /
ANCHOR LIGHT
(REMOVABLE)
PORT/STBD
COMBO
LIGHT
NAVIGATION
LIGHT SWITCH
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ANCHOR LIGHT
SWITCH
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11. BILGE LAYOUT
BILGE LAYOUT
(FIG. 10.1)
A
I
B
J
C
K
D
L
E
M
F
N
G
O
H
P
A TRANSDUCER
E BATTERIES
I
B BILGE PUMP & FLOAT SWITCH
F FRESH WATER PUMP*
J /6%2"/!2$$)3#(!2'%3%!#/#+
N POWER TRIM PUMP
C A/C SYSTEM STRAINER*
G BLOWER
K MACERATOR*
O FIRE EXTINGUISHER*
D A/C INTAKE SEACOCK*
H FUEL TANK
L WASTE WATER HOLDING TANK*
P
A/C SYSTEM*
M 7!34%6%.4&),4%2
A/C PUMP*
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12. FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM
B. DIESEL FUEL SYSTEM (OPTIONAL)
Your 240DA has an automatic fire extinguisher
system installed standard. Refer to the General
Information Manual for a detailed explanation of the
automatic fire extinguisher system.
The optional diesel fuel system consists of a 100
gal. (378.5 liter) fuel tank, fuel tank vents, engine
fuel supply and return lines, fuel filter and fuel fill.
13. FUEL SYSTEM
A. GASOLINE FUEL SYSTEM
The standard gasoline fuel system on your 240DA
consists of a 75 gallon (283.9 liter) fuel tank, fuel
tank vent, electronic fuel sender, anti-siphon valve,
engine fuel supply line and fuel fill.
14. WATER SYSTEM
The fresh water system consists of a 20 gallon
(75.7 liter) water tank, 12 volt water pump and
water system filter. Refer to the General Information
Manual for a detailed explanation of the water
system.
The optional twin engine gasoline fuel system uses
a single tank with two electronic fuel senders, antisiphon valves and engine fuel supply lines.
GASOLINE FUEL SYSTEM (TWIN ENGINE SHOWN)
(FIG. 11.1)
&5%,4!.+6%.4
FUEL FILL
FUEL TANK
ENGINE FUEL SUPPLY
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15. ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM
16. CANVAS
The standard entertainment system on your 240DA
consists of a 12V AM/FM single CD & satellite radio
receiver, a remote MP3 port, amplifier, 4 speakers
and digital cockpit remote control. An optional 6-disc
CD changer is available.
The standard canvas consists of a Sunbrella® Bimini
Top with Boot and vertical storage.
An optional Premium Cockpit Sound System is
available. It includes a 6-disc CD changer, upgraded
speakers, subwoofer, amplifier and transom stereo
remote.
STEREO SYSTEM (12 VOLT AM/FM, SATELLITE
RADIO & CD)
(FIG. 12.1)
There are two optional canvas packages available
The Canvas Package consists of:
Aft Curtain
Canvas Storage Bag
Front Curtains
Side Curtains
The Canvas Package consists of:
Camper Top w/ Boot
Camper Aft Curtain
Canvas Storage Bag
Front Curtains
Side Curtains (Bimini & Camper)
! DANGER
Exhaust fumes from engines contain deadly carbon
monoxide gas (CO). Boats enclosed with canvas or with
poor ventilation are most likely to collect fumes.
CO sickness symptoms include headache, nausea
and dizziness. Do not mistake these symptoms for
sea sickness.
AM/FM/SATELLITE RADIO, SINGLE
CD UNIT
HEAD ACCESS
DOOR
STEREO REMOTE (LOCATED ON THE DASH)
( FIG. 12.2)
Ventilate boat. See Section 1.4, Carbon Monoxide, for
more details.
Do not use the rear (aft) curtain while engine is
running or boat is moving.
17. ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS
STEREO REMOTE
VOLUME
SELECT
VOLUME
SELECT
BAND
SOURCE
POWER
MUTE
STEREO
REMOTE
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This owner's manual contains electrical schematics
and wiring harness illustrations for your boat. These
electrical schematics were generated by electrical
CAD designers at the engineering division for
technical reference and service technicians. Sea
Ray® does not recommend that you attempt to work
on the boat’s electrical system yourself. Instead,
we recommend that you take your boat to your
authorized Sea Ray® dealer for service. Sea Ray®
reserves the right to change or update the electrical
system on any model at any time without notice to
the consumer and is NOT obligated to make any
updates to units built prior to changes.
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DC WIRING DIAGRAM (1 OF 2)
DRAWING NO. 09-600 (1 OF 2)
(FIG. 13.1)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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DC WIRING DIAGRAM (2 OF 2)
DRAWING NO. 09-600 (2 OF 2)
(FIG. 14.1)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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DC WIRING DIAGRAM VOLVO DIESEL (1 OF 2)
DRAWING NO. 09-604 (1 OF 2)
(FIG. 15.1)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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DC WIRING DIAGRAM VOLVO DIESEL (2 OF 2)
DRAWING NO. 09-604 (2 OF 2)
(FIG. 16.1)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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CABIN DC WIRING DIAGRAM
DRAWING NO. 09-605
(FIG. 17.1)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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STEREO SYSTEM SCHEMATIC
DRAWING NO. 09-607
(FIG. 18.1)
PREMIER STEREO SYSTEM SCHEMATIC
DRAWING NO. 09-608
(FIG. 18.2)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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MAIN DISTRIBUTION PANEL WIRING DIAGRAM (120VAC/60HZ)
DRAWING NO. 09-630
(FIG. 19.1)
MAIN DISTRIBUTION PANEL WIRING SCHEMATIC (220VAC/50HZ)
DRAWING NO. 09-632
(FIG. 19.2)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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AC SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM (120VAC/60HZ)
DRAWING NO. 09-640 (1 OF 2)
(FIG. 20.1)
AC SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM (220VAC/50HZ)
DRAWING NO. 09-640 (2 OF 2)
(FIG. 20.2)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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SMARTCRAFT SYSTEM DIAGRAM
DRAWING NO. 09-710
(FIG. 21.1)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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SATELLITE STEREO DIAGRAM
DRAWING NO. 09-715
(FIG. 22.1)
NAVMAN SYSTEM DIAGRAM
DRAWING NO. 09-720
(FIG. 22.2)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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INTERCONNECT DIAGRAM
DRAWING NO. 09-760
(FIG. 23.1)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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BILGE HARNESS
DRAWING NO. 09-803 (1 OF 4)
(FIG. 24.1)
BILGE HARNESS
DRAWING NO. 09-803 (2 OF 4)
(FIG. 24.2)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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BILGE HARNESS
DRAWING NO. 09-803 (3 OF 4)
(FIG. 25.1)
BILGE HARNESS
DRAWING NO. 09-803 (4 OF 4)
(FIG. 25.2)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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CABIN HARNESS
DRAWING NO. 09-806 (1 OF 2)
(FIG. 26.1)
CABIN HARNESS
DRAWING NO. 09-806 (2 OF 2)
(FIG. 26.2)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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CEILING HARNESS
DRAWING NO. 09-809
(FIG. 27.1)
TV DVD HARNESS
DRAWING NO. 09-810
(FIG. 27.2)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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WASTE SYSTEM HARNESS
DRAWING NO. 09-827
(FIG. 28.1)
PREMIER STEREO SYSTEM HARNESS
DRAWING NO. 09-829
(FIG. 28.2)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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INDEX
A
N
Anchor Lights............................................................... 9
Navigation Lights ......................................................... 9
B
P
Bilge Layout ............................................................... 10
Passenger Locations ................................................... 1
C
S
Canvas....................................................................... 12
Clearances .................................................................. 5
Cleats .......................................................................... 9
Safety Label Locations ................................................ 2
Switch Layout .............................................................. 7
D
T
Through-Hull Cutouts .................................................. 6
Deck Layout ................................................................. 8
Dimensions .................................................................. 5
W
E
Water System ............................................................ 11
Electrical Schematics ................................................ 12
Entertainment System ............................................... 12
F
Fire Extinguishing System ......................................... 11
Fuel System............................................................... 11
G
Gauge Layout .............................................................. 7
H
Helm Layout................................................................. 7
L
Lighting ........................................................................ 9
Load Capacity.............................................................. 1
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