You need to look a little harder. There are lots of boats in the 40' to 50' range available, and more will come up as we near April (and summer dockage/spring commissioning fees due). When you talk about 40's and 46's I'll give the advice I give all. Narrow your search to the larger considerations. Once you think 46' you won't be satisfied until you get there. Going there first will save you a broker's fee as you trade up. Sea Ray is what I describe as a boating version of a Chevrolet. It's no Mercedes, but it's a good, dependable boat and you can get them at a reasonable price. The one thing is that they're often bought by people with limited boating experience. So look them over carefully, especially the bilges and motors. Look for telltales like oil or garbage in the bilge, oil leaks and such to tell you if she's been cared for, and certainly have any boat you're considering surveyed. Good luck.