Check the salon floors: teak and maple. Check the thresholds: Corian. Check the vanities and counters: solid granite. Check the helm and companion seats: cows gave their all. Cabinet latches feature stainless-steel flanges to prevent fingerprinting the wood's high-gloss finish (high gloss is an option, matte is standard). And on it goes. Naturally, some Sea Ray trademarks, such as hidden air-conditioning vents, freestanding high-low salon tables, and a fiberglass headliner with Ultraleather inserts, are not forgotten either. Our test boat featured the standard, three-stateroom plan, with fore and aft berths, either of which could be called master, and a portside guest stateroom with over-under berths. A submarine hatch on the transom opens to a utility room that also serves as crew quarters, with a head, the standard washer/dryer, and two berths. Pay extra for the two stateroom plan and the aft berth goes full beam, undisputedly becoming the master. Either way, you get a luxurious salon featuring a skylight with an electric shade and a galley designed to please gourmets as well as those who prefer a catered buffet.