Power BoatsKingstonBaylinerBayliner 4050 Bodega
Newer 5.0 kw genset. Engines were replaced in 1998. They are maintained by the seller. Starboard engine had new risers two years ago and port engine had one new riser in 2012.
When the seller was asked about fuel consumption he replied he's never had it up on step and has only putted around at 6 knots. It did however get up on a plane during the 2012 survey.
The fuel tanks were replaced pre-2012 at a cost of $12,500. Five batteries golf cart 6 volt and inverter / charger. 12 volt, 5 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator LOA: 43'.
The Bayliner Bodega is a spacious aft cabin cruiser with a 3-stateroom floor plan. It is a nice layout for the Northwest with a roomy saloon and upper and lower helms. The spacious aft deck is perfect for entertaining, BBQing or relaxing in deck chairs. The 150 sq ft flybridge has a portside helm with a fold down style back-to-back seat and a starboard bench seat. There is a cradle for a tender and an electric crane. A unique feature of the Bodega is a fold-down stair case that provides easy access to the foredeck from the flybridge. The walk-arounds are fairly narrow, but the flybridge staircase and pilot house door eliminate much of the need for the walk arounds. The aft deck, side deck and forward cabin top deck have been coated recently with new non-skid from Dexotex, an elastic, granulated rubber deck paint. The aft stanchions are enclosed with plastic netting to corral a small child or dogs. The aft cabin master stateroom has an island queen size bed, a dresser and a changing bench. Adjacent is a private head (new vacu-flush) with shower stall. Forward of the aft stateroom is the saloon. The saloon has an L-shaped couch with a custom hinged - high/low table. Just forward of the couch is a breakfast bar. Across from the couch is a table at the side door. The lower helm is to port - it is located forward enough to provide good visibility.
The galley is on the starboard side and down only one step from the main saloon. It features a new Isotherm SS refrigerator, propane stove/oven, sink and microwave.
Forward and down from the galley is the guest head/shower on the starboard side. Opposite the guest head is a stateroom with a double bed. The engine room may be accessed through this guest room or through the aft cabin. In the forepeak there are two over/under bunks. Heat is provided by a forced air, propane-fired RV furnace mounted under the salon settee. 3 burner gas cooker Sitex Radar, Garmin 4212 Chart Plotter Electric Ideal windlass
100'0" of chain
100'0" of warp
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