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1987 BAYLINER 3270 MOTOR-YACHT file# pa5761
BUILDER: Bayliner Marine DESIGNER: William Garden
CONSTRUCTION: White fiberglass hull w/ flag blue boottop and accent stripes; white fiberglass non-skid decks; black bottom paint; Transom Walk-Thru; swim platform & substantial custom swim ladder; transom shower; Vetus BOW THRUSTER; fiberglass anchor handling platform with roller; anchor locker; stainless steel bow rail; 3 hatches; 5 opening ports plus sliding windows in the main cabin; hydraulic steering w/ power assist; bronze rudders with rudder angle indicators at both helm stations; propeller tunnels reducing draft and shaft angle; Fly-bridge with helm seat, helm and full engine controls and instrumentation; Sunbrella fly-bridge cover; companion bench seating; radar arch; Sunbrella Fly-Bridge Bimini Top: Sunbrella Cockpit Bimini Top; aft wet bar with running water.
ACCOMMODATIONS: The yacht sleeps six (6) and has 6'3" headroom.
The forward stateroom includes a vee berth with sliding filler board, stowage under; hanging locker; teak magazine rack; two adjustable reading lights.
The head is aft to starboard. It has an electric marine toilet w/ 13 US gallon holding tank and 'Y' valve; hot & cold pressure water; shower with sump and pump; vanity w/ linen storage & sink.
The galley is opposite to port. It is equipped with double stainless steel sinks; 110 volt bar sized refrigerator; ice box; Sanyo microwave oven; three burner propane stove w/oven plus lots of counter and locker space.
The main salon is two steps up. To port is an L-shaped settee with removable table, which converts to a double berth; the lower helm station with a helm chair is forward to starboard.
Aft, two steps down, is a private double berth with storage below; hanging locker; vanity w/ locker, mirror and sink.
Interior appointments include: gold curtains; dark red upholstery, grey carpet; vinyl headliner; teak & holly cabin sole.
There is pressure water; an 11 gallon stainless steel hot water tank; hot water is supplied via the engines and 110 shore-power; fresh water tank (65 US gallon capacity); bus type heater using engine heat and a fan under the steps to the galley; LPG tank and fittings were upgraded in 2018; screen door into the main salon. .
ENGINES: Twin US Marine Corp. 305 cubic in. inboard engines with heat exchangers; engine synchronizer; ZF Hurth #630 transmissions; 2 fuel tanks (175 US gallon total capacity); hour meters; trim tabs.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: There are both 12 volt DC and 110 Volt AC systems. The 12 volt system is supplied by alternators on the engines, solar panels or via a 35 amp Professional Mariner automatic battery charger from 110 volt shore power. There are 4 lead-acid batteries (one new in 2019). The 110 volt system is supplied via shore-power connection or a 1,000 watt inverter. The yacht has a full array of cabin, navigation and courtesy lights..
ELECTRONICS: Sony 'Marine Drive S' AM/FM Stereo w/ CD player; Uniden VHF; 2 Ritchie Compasses (one at each helm); JRC 1000 RADAR; Sitex SP80 AUTO PILOT; North Star 'Explorer 550' GPS/PLOTTER; JRC 'FF30' Sounder/ Fish Finder.
GENERAL: Achillies (Hypolon) inflatable DINGHY; Danforth type anchor with chain rode and Simpson Lawrence 'Horizon 500' electric anchor windless; spare CQR anchor; 3 electric bilge pumps; dock-lines and (3) fenders: stainless steel fender racks, port and starboard; boat hook; 2 fire extinguishers (2019); life ring; horn; cushions for bench seating on the fly-bridge; barometer; inclinometer; barbeque; dishes and cutlery; 4 jack stands; engine & equipment manuals.
PARTICULARS AS SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER ARE BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT BUT ARE NOT WARRANTED.
BROKER'S COMMENT: The 3270 is one of the most popular Bayliner Motor-Yacht models. Besides traditional good looks, it has a clever two 'stateroom' lay-out and great visibility in the main salon. This boat has a walk-trough transom, bow thruster, solar panels, full electronics plus an inflatable dinghy; all for a very reasonable price. She is cosmetically better than average as she had indoor winter storage for most of her life.r.
For more information or to arrange a viewing contact the listing broker:
G. Ernest Hamilton
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