SO much boat! The Bayliner 4788 must surely be one of the largest volume production boats built under 16m. With internal spaces that are more reminiscent of a medium sized house and a semi enclosed flybridge so vast the entertaining options are limitless.
From the open and practical sports cockpit you can head upstairs to enjoy the sun from the flybridge or walk through to the luxurious main saloon/galley area and enjoy all the comforts of home. Plush oversized main settee and individual armchairs provide ample lounging options whilst the highly spec'd galley forms the hub of the very social living area. To starboard a separate wet bar area provides a large sink along with an under bench icemaker and even a built in blender!
Heading upstairs leads you to the raised pilothouse that provides excellent views of the action and a generous L-settee allows comfortable seating for five. Twin sliding side doors make access forward a breeze and wide stairs to the rear lead directly to the flybridge.
Downstairs from the saloon are the three generous cabins including the very large master forward with dedicated ensuite. Adjacent to the master cabin is a twin bunk cabin with and addtional access door from the master cabin allowing multiple uses (nursery or simply as an extension to the master). On opposite sides of the broad companionway are the queensize guest cabin and main bathroom which features an extra large separate shower.
Powered by the ever popular B Series Cummins (370hp each) the 4788's easily driven hull provides swift and economical performance cruising at 16-18 knots with sprint capability in the early 20 knots range.
Another super attractive feature with this example is that the vendor will make her current Half Moon Bay berth available to rent long term to the new owner (Note the bow sprit features a well engineered folding mechanism to allow her to fit in a 15m berth).
Maintained to a high standard 'Romeo IV' is recently serviced and antifouled ready for you to enjoy.
|Hull Construction Material||: Fibreglass|
|Country Origin||: USA|
|Length (m)||: 15.84|
|Beam/Width (m)||: 4.6|
|Draft (m)||: 1.1|
|Dry Weight (kgs)||: 15000 approx|
|Number of Helms||: 2 x|
|Number Of Engines||: 2 x|
|Engine Hours||: 1020|
|Horse Power (hp)||: 370|
|Fuel Type||: Diesel|
|Bow Thruster||: Side Power|
|Stern Thruster||: Side Power|
|Accomodation Notes||: 3 Cabin layout, bunkroom with separate entrance of master to enable use as nursery or changing room.|
|Number of Berths||: 6 x|
|Number of Showers||: 2 x Bathroom, 1 x transom|
|Number of Toilets||: 2 x|
|Air Conditioning||: Yes|
|Number of TVs||: 2 x|
|Holding Tank (L)||: 120|
|Galley Notes||: Enormous open plan galley featuring large oven with separate grill, four burner stove top, microwave, rangehood, waste compactor, twin sinks and full size refrigeration.|
|Refrigeration||: Full size fridge/freezer in galley, fridge in flybridge wet bar, Icemaker in saloon wet bar.|
|Entertainment and Appliances Notes||: 22" Samsung TV in saloon, additional TV with XBox in master cabin, Sony stereo system|
|Anchor / Winch||: Muir|
|Electronics Navigation||: 2 x Raymarine E120 displays, Raymarine 4kw digital radar|
|Dinghy||: Takacat 260s with Mercury 3.3hp|
|Covers||: Full set of covers for all flybridge seating and surfaces. Pilothouse window covers.|
|Ice Maker||: Yes|
|Radio||: ICOM VHF|