Foxy looks, sound engineering, and a voluminous interior make this 39-footer a truly smart cruiser. I arrived at Sea Ray’s Sykes Creek facility just about the time the new 390 Motoryacht did a twin-screw pirouette in the little mangrove-fringed turning basin there and eased back alongside a nearby finger pier. Zzzzzzzzzzzttt! Zzzzzzzzzzzttt! went the optional 6.4-hp Vetus bow thruster, succinctly positioning the nose of the newest Sea Ray so company representative Gary McCloud, standing at the bow in khaki shorts and a Sea Ray T-shirt, could throw a line around a piling. I dealt with a forward spring in the meantime, working from the finger pier, and then secured another line off the aft cleat on the port side.
Read more