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1989 25 (ft.) Bayliner 2556

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General Information

Listing# 132356

Price
$10,500.00
Location
Discovery Bay, CA, United States
Manufacturer
Bayliner
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1989
Category
Sports Fishing Boats
Model
2556
Status
Used
Length
25 (ft.)
Beam
114
LOA
300
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
unleaded
Engine Model
260G
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Other
Engine Hours
527

General Details

This Bayliner is in the water in the CA Delta region and has been.
Seller replaced transom boot, impller, and had zincs replaced 2 years ago.
Bottom was painted 3 years ago, per seller.
Dinette is convertible and makes in to large bed. Additional large berth under dinette. Forward V berth is comfortable and functional.
Seller says rear eisenglass is complete with side panels.

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Specifications

Condition
Vessel is in usable condition now. Teak railings could use some refinishing and the hull could use paint, but the vessel is complete and functional. The sleeping capabilities make good use of the space. Stainless steel bbq comes with boat. Photos & video done by Kelvin Nelder of POPYachts