Once you've backed into the slip at the end of the day and want to relax, all the utility hookups and freshwater connections are in a handy transom locker. Then you can head belowdecks, where you'll find a surprisingly inviting midcabin (I'm a bit claustrophobic and I felt comfortable). As in the cockpit, Sea Ray took a less-is-more approach in the head, which had a smaller sink cabinet to provide more move-around space. Forward in the bow, the V-shaped lounge converts to a large berth that's more than 6' down the center. Hey, the 250 Sundancer even has space for all your toes.