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4087 Bayliner ---- About Time

New to the fleet for 2019! this Bayliner offers comfort and space to cruisers. With a large fridge, and ample seating options. The galley is level with the salon so you can easily visit with friends and family while cooking. Spacious sleeping arrangements appeals to larger crews and families. Large windows letting in lots of natural light allows you to enjoy the beautiful views of Desolation Sound in this great yacht.

High Season Rate Low Season Rate
$5,250.00 $4,350.00
6 Days/6 Nights      9am - 9am
Year Built 1998
Length Overall 43' 7"
Beam 13' 1"
Draft 3' 9"
Displacement 24,000 lbs
Water Capacity 127 US gallons
Steering Dual Station
Spinnaker No
Bimini Yes
Cockpit Enclosures Yes
Ground Tackle/Mooring
Anchor 55 lbs (25 kgs) Rocna
Chain 200'
Line 200'
Second Anchor Danforth
Sternline 200'
Electric Windlass Yes
Type Twin Cummins
Cylinders 6
Horsepower 270
Fuel Type Diesel
Fuel Capacity 214 US gallons
Prop 4 Blade
Generator No
Inverter Yes
Bow Thruster Yes
Dinghy 12' HB Inflatable
Outboard 30HP Nissan NSF30B
Dinghy Lifting Crane Electric Davit
GPS Plotter Yes
Radar Yes
Knotmeter No
Wind Instrument No
Depth Sounder Yes
Auto Pilot No
VHF Radio Yes
Stereo / CD player Yes
iPod Connection Yes
12-Volt Plug Yes
Solar Panels Yes
Forward Cabin Queen
Midship Cabin Double
Aft Cabin Queen
Bedding & Towels Yes
Pillows 6
Cabin Heater Yes
Headroom 6' 9"
Heads 2
Showers 1
Holding Tank Yes
Macerator Yes
Stove 3 Burner Propane
Oven Yes
Fridge/Freezer Yes
Starter Pack Yes
BBQ - Propane Yes
Safety Equipment
Life Jackets 6
Life Ring 24" & Line Yes
Heaving Line Yes
Flares Yes
Flashlight 1
Air Horn 1
Fire Extinguishers 4
Bilge Pumps - Electric 1
Bilge Pumps - Manual 1
Anchor Light 1
Swim Ladder 1
Boat Hook 1
First Aid Kit 1
Tool Kit 1
Comox Harbour & Baynes Sound 3527
Comox To Desolation Sound 3513
Desolation Sound, South Portion 3538
Chart Atlas - Desolation Sound & Princess Louisa Inlet 3312
Tide & Current Tables Yes
Hand Bearing Compass Yes

This information is believed to be correct but is not guaranteed