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28\ 1984 Bayliner Contessa

28\ 1984 Bayliner Contessa

November 12, 2008 @ 5:04 am

1984 Bayliner Contessa Command Bridge with Cabin/Flybridge, 28.5\, sleeps 6, aft cabin, full galley, stove, refrig, hot water heater, pressurized water, full head with salon and med cabinet, shower, teak exterior trim, (TWO) Chevy 350 mfg eng w/ volvo heads, only 12 hrs on rebuilt engs, new paint on hull, many more upgrades and extras!!


Bought from millionaire that used as a transport from island to island in San Juans for short time, interior seats revinyled by same guy. Very CLEAN!!! Immaculate!! You won\t find a better deal or a cleaner boat at a better price. We have a COMPLETE and PROFESSIONAL ASSESSMENT of this BOAT on board for visitors to reference (or I can send you a copy electronically if you request it). REPLACEMENT COST (PER Survey REPORT) is $88,000 . We can\t afford the gas, so it just sits waiting for the right family. Extras: Custom made Crab pots (3 at $400 a piece), dingy (with teak wood planks), (6) lifejackets, (2) boat covers, tools (assorted, ratchet set, wrenches, etc), towels, toiletries, (4) mooring ropes, (4) bumpers, (2) shore power cables, maps

Cabin is fully enclosed and can seat up to 6 at dining table for playing games on COLD nights. Heater is efficient and keeps cabin warm in colder climates. Drive from the flybridge on warmer days or down below in the colder days. GPS and depth sounder, fish finder, CB radios, weather radios, ETC, ETC, ETC.

Currently is dry docked at Dagmar\s Marina in Everett WA. If you need more info, or want to see the boat, email me and we can set up a phone conference. Otherwise, I can give you the dock number and you can go take a look for yourself!

Description from manufacturer: Affordable flybridge cruiser for coastal, inland cruising for entry-level buyers on a budget. Space-efficient interior includes amidships stateroom (with privacy curtain) under salon dinette, compact galley, enclosed head with sink and shower. Lower helm position permits all-weather operation. Flybridge seats four. Swim platform, bow pulpit, teak exterior trim, and swim ladder….

Frequently Asked Question regarding this boat:

Question: Does this boat have a trailer?

Answer: This boat does NOT have a Trailer. If you want a trailered boat, then I recommend a SMALLER boat.

This size boat has a 10FT beam and you would need to have an OVERSIZED Load towing PERMIT for each state you plan on visiting (if applicable for that state).

This size boat is not generally for everyday towing unless you\ve towed an oversized load before and/or have a permit. For this boat, you will need to purchase a TRAILER or you will need moorage at a MARINA. We recommend the latter. Moorage (poor man\s moorage) is usually anywhere from 150 – 400 dollars a month. The low end is generally found in military facilities (where we kept it before deciding to sell).

The good news is that the permit for Oversize loads in Washington State is given a reciprocity agreement throughout seven Western States (WA, OR, ID, MT, UT, AZ and NV) and is generally easy to get. You will need to research this fact on your own, as I am not up to date on current laws and regulations and do not claim to be an expert.

More pics are here: http://www.goodspyder.com/boat

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  • dsh_me2002
    November 12, 2008

    NEEDED-WINDSHIELD-NEW OR USED 1984 28′ Bayliner Contessa – Flying Bridge starboard windshield panel?
    Where could I find either a new or used windhield for my boat?

  • br549
    November 12, 2008

    Any glass shop can cut (or have cut) tempered glass if your frame is good. I just had two pieces cut for a 16' bass boat I bought. Front is about 1.5' x 2', and the side is tapered and around 3.5' long. $55.00 for tinted, tempered glass.

    The front piece had been replaced with Lexan, and that works fine, I just wanted all to match.
    References :

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    December 14, 2010

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