History of Bayliss Boatworks - Custom Sportfishing Boats
John Bayliss started in 2002 taking his experience of a lifetime out on the open ocean and applying it to creating bulletproof sport fishing yachts, with the help of his team. Bayliss wanted to create and design his yachts to the best of his customer’s needs. So before they design a vessel they start with a series of questions and topics to get to know more about the consumer and how they want to use this boat; such as: What will this boat be used for? Will you be entertaining guests or solely for fishing? How far do you plan on traveling at a time? If you plan on fishing, do you fish offshore or inshore? And so on. Once the questionnaire is answered and they have come up with a plan in mind, the next step is the construction phase. Bayliss Yachts has had this step by step process since day one and it’s been the perfect process since.
PRE-OWNED Bayliss Boatworks
Bayliss Boatworks Models In Production
Bayliss Game Boat 60’ Mama C
The first game boat concept for Bayliss is Mama C, she was built with one priority in mind, fishing. Low maintenance, ample storage and speed was the main focus for this build and that’s what she is. Mama C is powered by two MTU M96L at 1600 hp each, topping out at 45 knots with a cruising speed of 38.5 knots. She has a holding tank of 75 gallons and a fuel capacity of 1,350 gallons to ensure you catch the dinner that’s on the run! There are two staterooms aboard with two heads. The cockpit is equipped with a refrigerator, tackle storage and an extra-large ice bin for those extra-large fish you’’’ catch aboard a Mama C. This vessel is a center console style with both port and starboard seating, both with extra storage.
Bayliss 77’ Wave Paver
A sport fish that is well assured to visit many fishing destinations. This vessel is equipped with four staterooms and five heads, extensive refrigeration and freezer space. The spacious pump room layout makes it easy for the Wave Paver to take on any scenario. It has a fuel capacity of 2,700 gallons and has two MTU M96L at 2600 hp each making the top speed of the Bayliss 77’ Wave Paver 43 knots and cruises at 35 knots. This particular vessel was built for owners that have a run a long-standing and successful fishing program, you will not be disappointed.
Bayliss 84’ Dirty Mines
Dirty Mines gets its name from being able to take on any task that is thrown its way. Five staterooms and six heads are aboard this vessel. Also, this vessel is the first of the Bayliss yachts to have a full beam aft master. The interior details are exquisite and great potential for a vessel to travel, fish and entertain, all in the same day. A true triple threat. The Bayliss 84’ Dirty Mines is powered by two M94 MTU’s with 2600 hp, each!
Bayliss 90’ Singularis
With five staterooms and six heads, the Bayliss 90’ Singularis is sure to have plentiful accommodations. With being Bayliss’ largest build to date, they definitely kept fishing and diving in mind with this beauty. Some additional details of this marvelous vessel are the teak ceilings, hidden Pullman bunks, marble throughout, teak and minimalistic accents all throughout the vessel. Topping out at 38 knots, the fuel capacity is 4,000 gallons with two 38 kW Northern Lights.
In Production: Bayliss Game Boat 62’ Tarheel
The introduction of the Bayliss Tarheel is a healthy synergy of Bayliss’ first two game boats, Mama C and Game Changer. Bayliss Yachts started the production of Tarheel in March 2018. She is to measure at 62 feet with a 18 foot 2 inch beam and twin MTU M96L 12V at 1920 hp each. There will be three staterooms aboard, along with two heads and a custom tackle room for the avid fisherman. Keep an eye out for Tarheel, she may be your next purchase!
In Production: Bayliss 75’
She started her production in February 2017 and won’t make her appearance until the summer of 2019, but the Bayliss 75’ is going to be 75 feet in length with a 20 foot 8 inch beam! She will have 4 staterooms and 3.5 heads plus a pantry everyone will want to own. The cockpit will have a Mezzanine Style and a teak aft bulkhead. The Bayliss 75’ will be a center console with two freezers and two helm chairs. Look out for her delivery in the late summer of 2019.
How to Buy a Bayliss Yacht
If you’re interested in purchasing a Bayliss Yacht, a United Yachts Sales professional can assist you. All employees are trained to identify as many ways as possible to improve your experience when purchasing a Bayliss Yacht. Being a 100-percent customer-driven business, United Yachts deliver every time.
How to Sell Your Bayliss Yacht
United Yachts Sales has experience and the product knowledge to sell your Bayliss Yacht. Selecting the right full-service brokerage firm when selling your yacht improves the likelihood of a seamless and timely transaction. Listing your Bayliss Yacht with United Yachts, you can be certain it is in the hands of dedicated professionals.