2001 Bayliner 5788
Finding a real value in a 59-foot yacht may seem at odds given their price on the used market, but that's what you get with a big Bayliner
Boarding aft via the large swim platform, the 5788 presents you with port and starboard transom gates into the sizeable cockpit
The salon is really the big selling feature. It's an open airy space, right from the aft deck through to the galley.
To port and aft, an L-shaped sofa and hi-lo table sit opposite the refreshment centre.
The galley on this Bayliner is exceptional. Features include Corian counters, electric oven and cooktop, and a full-size refrigerator.
To starboard, the comfortable dinette seats six.
The stateroom is exceptionally well appointed with dressing table and drawers, full-size closet, night tables, bookshelves and second closet
Opposite the bed are the TV, a well-appointed vanity and a private head complete with a bathtub.
The full-beam master, located under the pilothouse aft, is both spacious and wonderfully trimmed out in teak.
Everyone will appreciate the spacious and functional layout of the pilothouse.
The helm is expansive, yet all of the controls, engine instruments, and upgraded navigational screens and systems are within sight and reach
The view forward and out the doors is excellent while seated in the high-backed, multi-adjustable, leather-centred helm chair.
A jump seat to port and an aft sofa allow the crew to enjoy the view while underway as well.
An open stairway and hatch leads up to the flybridge. Protected by custom canvas, the upper helm is as well-equipped and as the pilothouse.
The bridge has its own refreshment centre, as well as a small settee and locker.
Premium Raymarine Glass Bridge Multifunction Navigation Displays
when the tender is launched from the aft end of the bridge, the free deck will host a sizable open-air party and multiple deck chairs.
Dinghy AB 13 ALX with Evinrude 60. Console with Raymarine Dragonfly.
Cummins QSM-11 635 HP 1500 Hours