The Bayliner 5788 was the flagship of the Bayliner fleet during her production years. By any standard, her most attractive feature was an extremely low price compared with other yachts her size. Built on a lightweight, fully cored hull, the wide beam of the 5788 results in a spacious interior with three staterooms and two full heads, one with a tub. The floorplan is typical of most pilothouse yachts with the galley forward in the salon and the full-beam owner’s stateroom located beneath the pilothouse. The separate dinette of the 5788 is notable—most pilothouse floorplans delete this convenience for lack of salon space.
Visibility from the raised pilothouse is very good. Bayliner used an abundance of traditional teak woodwork throughout the interior of the 5788
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Cummins QSM-11 Engines (635 HP each)
Top of the Line Yacht Systems Installed!
Raymarine GS Series Glass Bridge Navigation 16" Screens with Raymarine Autopilot and Dragonfly Sonar.
Xenta Joystick Controls with two rear wing stations,
Glendinning Electronic Controls with Trolling Features,
Sidepower Pro Series Variable Rate Thrusters,
Mastercraft Marine Bridge Enclosure,
AB RHIB with 60 hp Evinrude E Tec
Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Diesel Cummins QSM-11
Engine Hours: Port-1500 / Starboard-1500
Located in: Vancouver, BC
Hull Material: Fiberglass
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Please contact: Dan Greenwood