|Bayliner 3888 Flybridge Motor Yacht
Denisons US Boat Guide describes this model as
"A good-selling boat for Bayliner during her decade-long production run, the 3888 Motor Yacht (called the 3780 MY from 1983- 89) has long been recognized as a good value for those seeking a comfortable diesel cruiser at an affordable price. Built on a lowdeadrise modified-V hull, the key feature of the 3870/3888 was her innovative midcabin floorplan with a double berth that extends under the salon sole. A lower helm was standard in the salon, and there's a surprisingly large master stateroom forward. Note that there are two heads in this layout, one with a tub/shower stall. "
About a thousand of these were built, so they must have been doing something right!. The factory that built them went on to building the Pilothouse Bayliners that have gained an international reputation. They are a big volume boat with a ton of interior space, 2 cabins one with a walk around island master, a good galley and saloon.
Features and equipment of this vessel include;
Hino 210hp diesels for economy and reliability.
Airconditioned Dual helm with large flybridge area
Excellent suite of electronics, Raymarine E120 with GPS and sounder, Furuno radar and Robertson AP3000x autopilot, Icom VHF
2 double cabins, island walkaround master forward 2 bathrooms including a bath!
2 toilets, holding tank
Good foredeck access down either side
Muir Cougar windlass with Excel anchor
Good covers and clears, hardtop over cockpit, bimini to flybridge
Good galley with large microwave, 3 burner gas with grill and oven, 2 door fridge freezer and plenty of storage and bench space.
Doorway access to engine room from cockpit gives excellent access
Just antifouled and propspeed October 2016
Props are in half tunnels and has centre keel for propeller protection and reduces overall draft
And much more
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