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2005 24 (ft.) Bayliner 249 SD

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General Information

Listing# 133803

Price
$19,500.00
Location
Boynton Beach, FL, United States
Manufacturer
Bayliner
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2005
Category
Deck Boats
Model
249 SD
Status
Used
Length
24 (ft.)
Beam
84
LOA
288
Fuel Type
unleaded
Engine Model
5.7
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard/Outboard
Engine Hours
400

General Details

The Bayliner 249 is one of the roomiest deck boats on the water. You can tow any water sport enthusiast with ease and cater to the swimmers in the crowd with an easy-boarding aft ladder, and a sink and removable table let you arrange the party any way you want.

Key Features

Enclosed head compartment allows plenty of privacy and lets you stay out playing longer

Ski / wakeboard locker
Meets or exceeds all applicable U.S. Coast Guard safety standards
Dash panel: custom form brow, non-glare
Center entry transom: with molded fiberglass entry
Transom platform: integrated, with 3-step retractable ladder

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Stock #13853

Specifications

Condition
Bayliner 249 Deckboat Captain's Report A Versatile and Affordable Family Deckboat Tested by Capt. Brandon DeNatale Deck boats have made a real comeback over the past few years with sleeker, more feature packed designs. Bayliner's addition to this growing category is the 249 Deck. The appeal of deck boats isn't just their sleek styling, but mostly their open layout. If there was ever a boat to provide you with enough room for a large group of family or friends for a day of relaxing watersports, this is it. Design and Layout I'm always shocked when I first step onto a deckboat for the first time. There are plenty of different layouts and features to gawk at and the 249 was no exception. I was also surprised to see how the engineers had designed so much seating capacity into a 24 foot boat with a trailerable 8' 6'' beam. Starting in the rear there's a large U-shaped seat that wraps around the stern. There are plenty of handholds and cup holders for everyone's comfort. I also found the storage under the cushions to be generously large. Under the starboard side cushion there is an open area that houses a removable cooler for keeping all your drinks handy. And when you're ready to throw a party or just relax and enjoy a few snacks there is a removable table that fits here or up in the bow for a more intimate gathering. Another great feature that I found was the center walkthrough transom. This enables people to get to the swim platform without climbing over seats and getting everything wet. On the transom the large swim platform is perfect for staging water sports and the concealed ladder is perfect for getting in and out of the water. There is also a convenient tow eye for skiers and wakeboarders, and a shower for rinsing off. Wet Bar Moving up a little on the starboard side I found the built-in wet bar to be in a great central location. There's a sink with fresh water and storage below. And another great feature to port was the co-pilots seat, which has a slider backrest that allows the seat to turn into a sun lounger. The area in front of the seat at the dash is even padded for comfort when in this position. Also attached to the dash is the head compartment with porta-potti. I was surprised with the size of the area in here. There was plenty of ventilation and light and it also makes a great changing area. In the floor between the helm and passenger is a long ski locker perfect for storing all of your gear. Helm Station Over at the helm station I found the bucket seat to be extremely comfortable and the swivel and slider option ensured a perfect fit. At the helm you will find all the needed instrumentation and controls set at a good level with a non-glare protective brow that makes viewing them in the light much easier. The steering wheel also tilts to adjust for different drivers. There is a 12V accessory outlet here to help keep your cell phone charged. The controls for the CD radio are within easy reach and the four speakers placed around the boat provide plenty of sound for all to enjoy. The view from the helm is great at all speeds and the large windshield does a nice job of protecting the captain and crew from wind and spray. Bow Seating Walking through the walkway and up to the bow there's plush seating, with plenty of storage under the cushions. And when you're ready to relax you can put the filler cushion in and form a large sun pad. Up forward of the seats is an anchor locker, which is within easy reach. On the 249 you have the ability to enter and exit the boat from either the bow or stern, which is always an added benefit when traveling with a crowd. There is a nice flat section on the forward deck that houses a fold-away boarding ladder for when you pull up to the beach or just when swimming off the boat. The placement of pop-up cleats also make sure they are always in reach when needed, but not in the way of the fun when not. Performance Numbers Bayliner's 249 Deck is a well-rounded family boat that offers something for everyone. You can bring all of your friends out for a day of fun and sun while leaving no one behind. There are several engines to choose from when outfitting the boat to your needs. Our test boat was equipped with a MerCruiser 5.7liter 250-hp engine, which provided impressive performance. The standard engine package is a 220-hp MerCruiser. Pulling a skier out of the water will not be a problem as we hit 0-30 mph in only 8.2 seconds and were up on a plane in 4 flat. We found her best cruise to be at 3500 rpm moving at 31.7 mph. And with the 75-gallon fuel tank she can travel 215 mph before refueling. I was impressed to see that this large boat with loads of accessories was able to reach a top speed of 43.7 mph. Driving this boat was a lot of fun and I was surprised at how responsive she was. Carving through the turns we barely lost any speed and riding through heavy boat wakes was soft and comfortable. So if you're looking for an all-around family boat that will make everyone smile including your accountant, take a look at Bayliner's 249 Deck. Bayliner 249 Deckboat (Not in Production) Test Result Highlights - Top speed for the Bayliner 249 Deckboat (Not in Production) is 43.7 MPH (70.3 KPH), burning 19.7 gallons per hour (GPH) or 74.56 liters per hour (LPH). - Best cruise for the Bayliner 249 Deckboat (Not in Production) is 31.7 MPH (51 KPH), and the boat gets 3.19 miles per gallon (MPG) or 1.36 kilometers per liter (KPL), giving the boat a cruising range of 143 miles (230.14 kilometers). - Tested power is 1 x 250-hp MerCruiser 5.7 I/O. The Bayliner 249 is one of the roomiest deck boats on the water. You can tow any water sport enthusiast with ease and cater to the swimmers in the crowd with an easy-boarding aft ladder, and a sink and removable table let you arrange the party any way you want.