Bayliss Boatworks—In the spring, construction began on Bayliss Boatworks’ newest 75-foot vessel, which will join the owners’ already impressive fishing program as their second Bayliss hull. Last week, the hull was flipped, an important benchmark in the build process.
This vessel will feature numerous advances, now standard on all Bayliss builds. Bayliss 75’ will be powered by twin MTU 16V 2,600hp engines and stabilized by a Seakeeper 9 (forward) and a Seakeeper 18 (aft). She will receive a Furuno Omni sonar as well as the proprietary Bayliss Boatworks freshwater cooling system for all mechanical components.
Other standard features will include a chilled water air-conditioning system, custom refrigeration, and a custom livewell configuration. The interior layout will consist of four staterooms, three and a half heads, a custom tackle room, pantry and day head. Bayliss Boatworks also has a 62-footer, a 72-footer, and a 67-footer under construction in their Wanchese, NC facility.
Fuel: 2,500 gal.
Water: 400 gal., single integral tank
Water Maker: One Dometic 2,000 gallon per day
Power: Twin 2,600hp MTU 16V2000
Stabilization: Seakeeper 18 (aft) and Seakeeper 9 (forward)
Gensets: Two Northern Lights 38kw
Layout: 4 Staterooms, 3 Heads with Day Head, Pantry, and Tackle Room