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1984 BAYLINER 'Explorer' 3870 file# pa5737
Located in NEW BRUNSWICK
|BUILDER: Brunswick Marine - DESIGNER: William Garden.
CONSTRUCTION: White fiberglass hull painted with Epifanes two-part epoxy paint (sprayed); blue boottop; black bottom paint; white deck and deckhouse; staniless steel bow rail with upgraded stainless steel connectors; life lines; 2 hatches; 7 opening ports; fixed cockpit awning; hydraulic steering at two stations; upgraded stainess-steel tiller connecting rod; Fly-Bridge with bench seating rebuilt with poly-carbonate structures; fiberglass swim platform with live bait-well; vertical teak cockpit trim replacing the original vinyl bolsters; transom cockpit door; fiberglass radar arch re-built with poly-carbonate inserts.
ACCOMMODATIONS: The yacht sleeps 6 and has 6'3" headroom. There is a roomy stateroom forward with 'island' double berth, hanging locker and private head to starboard; large head to port with tub and shower, sink and vanity; double guest stateroom accessed to port. The galley is opposite. It is three steps up to the main salon which has an elevated 'U' shaped settee to port affording good visibility; dining table which drops to make a double berth; lower helm station to starboard with dresser & bar aft to starboard.
The galley has a household style Norcold 12/110 volt refrigerator with freezer section; double stainless steel sinks; Princess 110 volt three burner stove with oven; microwave oven; lots of counter and locker space. The heads each have recent Jabsco manual marine toilets connected to a holding tank and 'Y valves. The interior has recent blue/gray fabric upholstery; recent dark blue carpet and teak and holly sole in the galley.
The yacht has hot and cold pressure water. The hot water is produced either by the engines or 110 volt power via either the generator or shore-power. Capacities: Fresh water - 80 US gallons; Holding - 40 US gallons.
The Galley has a Princess 3 burner LPG cook-top (2006); Sharp convection/microwave oven; Sub-Zero refrigerator with ice-maker; Grunert 110 volt freezer; double stainless steel sinks; Grohe faucets; Corian counter tops; lots of counter and locker space; dishes and cutlery. The Head has a Vacuflush marine toilet connected to a holding tank; Corian counter top on the vanity, sink & shower. There is a Tankwatch III holding tank monitor; Whale 'Gulper' shower drain pump; odour-free sanitation hose. The yacht has Marine Air reverse-cycle heat and air-conditioning plus a Webasto Hydronic (hot water) furnace/heating-system.
ENGINES: Cummins 210 HP turbo-charged, fresh-water cooled (heat-exchangers) diesel engines installed as re-builds in 2017; re-built Borg Warner 'Velvet-Drive transmissions with new transmission coolers; engine-beds and engine-room structures were checked before engine installation; propellers re-conditioned (2017); new hour meters showing 5 hrs. to the time of listing; 2 bilge blowers; trim-tabs; Racor primary fuel filters; new sound-proofing materials in the engine room.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: The yacht has both 12 volt DC & 110 volt AC systems. The 12 volt system has 3 engine starting batteries and three house system batteries (2017); alternators on the engines; selector switches; circuit breaker panel. The 110 volt system is supplied either by shore-power connection or via a 6 KW. Onan generator (rebuilt 2017).
ELECTRONICS: Ritchie compass; 2 - Hummingbird depth sounders; Navman GPS - Plotter; Furuno Radar; Standard Horizon VHF; Stereo.
GENERAL: 24# Danforth anchor with 15' chain leader; nylon anchor rode; Ideal anchor windless; 3 windshield wipers; dock lines; 6 fenders; life ring; recent cushions for the fly-bridge seating; tide clock & barometer; 6 man canister life-raft (not recently inspected); engine & equipment manuals.
PARTICULARS AS SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER ARE BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT BUT ARE NOT WARRANTED.
Broker's Comment: Bayliner 38s are handsome two stateroom, two steering-station, aft-cockpit boats with a transom door that are popular for good reasons. The propellers are recessed in tunnels to improve efficiency and reduce draft. Plus, this boat is unique: she has been re-powered with highly desirable Cummins 210 diesels, the generator has been rebuilt, the hull professionally painted, fly-bridge seating structures replaced and the carpet and upholstery are recent. All of the big jobs have been done.
For more information or to arrange a viewing contact the listing broker:
G. Ernest Hamilton
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