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2007 30 (ft.) Bayliner 305 Cruiser

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General Information

Listing# 141967

Price
$69,300.00
Location
Chicago, IL, United States
Manufacturer
Bayliner
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2007
Category
Express Cruiser
Model
305 Cruiser
Status
Used
Length
30 (ft.)
Beam
132
LOA
360
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
unleaded
Engine Model
5.0L
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Other
Engine Hours
248

General Details

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Freshwater express cruiser with all the extras! Low hours, only 200! This boat is ready for a weekend on the water, sleeps 6 and comes equipped with a full kitchen, a/c, heat, hot water, microwave, refrigerator, stereo, dvd and flat screen tv.

Here is what the Yacht & Boat had to say about the 305;

What they liked most of all about the Bayliner 305 was just how well it uses what space it did have. For a boat its size, the Bayliner 305 has a remarkable amount of living room. Nothing is cramped, not the head and shower, not the bow berth, not the dinette, nor the galley. The layout follows an established formula of upstairs dinette, downstairs saloon/galley, bow berth, head and shower to port as you go downstairs and a supplementary berth aft below the stairs, or more geographically correctly, below the helm.

The bow berth is set at an angle across rather than along the boat's centre line. While it's not as easy to get the linen straight when doing your housework, this arrangement does allow more space in the galley and dinette. The amount of living space I keep referring to literally starts here. A curtain running in an L-shaped track around the ceiling provides privacy for the bow berth. You do have to step onto the dinette to clamber up into the berth though and that may present some difficulties for the less than limber.

The dinette fills the starboard side of the galley. It is an open C-shape and four adults could certainly dine here without crowding each other and without getting underfoot of whoever is working the galley at the time. It's worth checking out the photos of the dinette/galley area to see how well the strip windows along each side ' which make the boat look sleek from outside ' contribute to this open feel I keep going on about below decks. Ambient light in the downstairs living area goes way past adequate into ample. Bright and airy immediately springs to mind.

The galley itself is as compact as the limited amount of space available dictates; however, again, compact bears no relationship to cramped. The 305 also has a good-size sink which goes a long way towards domestic bliss, as does a reasonable food preparation area and how easy it was to clean the glass topped stove as we found after spilling a drink on it. Wardrobe and cupboard space is good, given that the boat is clearly not intended for global circumnavigations, as is the size of the refrigerator and microwave. A genset, or an inverter, to operate 240V appliances onboard are options not fitted to our test boat, which relied on the availability of shore power. As it would to operate the optional reverse-cycle air-conditioning if fitted.

Obviously the availability, and indeed the desirability, of a marina and shore power in any potential owner's backyard will dictate your choice of options. The head and shower in the Bayliner 305 are another part of essential living space that scored big points from the team. We've seen smaller heads in much bigger boats and were also impressed by the practicality of the porthole to vent steam and a shower curtain to keep the worst of the inevitable spray from drenching the 'loo seat. Hot and cold water are on tap for the shower and vanity sink. A privacy curtain for the second berth under the bridge deck was a surprising omission on the test boat.

This area was perhaps the only place where the boat's size limitations caught up with it to some extent. It was not that the berth was especially small, but it was the least 'bright and airy' space onboard ' tucked away under the helm as aft berths in bridge deck boats are ' but it did have a sliding window below the upstairs dinette to ventilate it. Upstairs, the Bayliner 305's layout follows the established norm, and distinguishes itself by how well it does so. On day trips, six adults plus a rug rat or two, would be at ease on this boat and all of them could socialise in comfort at the upstairs dinette. The Targa arch rakes well back over this area.

Full storm covers are optional; we kept the shade bimini fitted to our test boat stowed for the sake of the photo shoot, but when it is in place over the helm seating and saloon entry stairs, it provides considerable shading for the dinette. The dinette also converts to a comfy sunlounge if desired. On the portside is a small sink unit and storage locker, while drink holders seemed to be strategically placed everywhere we looked. Steps are moulded into the dash area for access through the opening centre of the windscreen to the cabin top. And speaking of the dash, the test boat lacked any navigation electronics; however, it did have sufficient space available right under the wheel in a big timber panel apparently meant for their siting.

A high bow rail doesn't spoil the boat's lines and adds security for anyone going forward along the sides. Aft there is a big transom door and the moulded transom platform features a folding boarding ladder, which will need habitual checking by the skipper after it's used, because it's out of sight and could easily be left down. If this is the worst thing about the boat, it demonstrates that the Bayliner 305 really doesn't hide any unpleasant surprises at all. It's a well equipped and finished sports cruiser in every respect and if that means it merely delivers everything you might expect of it, that too is what stands it out among its peers.

When driving the Bayliner 305 it takes a few moments to attune yourself to the lightness and responsiveness of the steering and controls. Having sterndrives ' and MerCruiser's excellent Bravo II legs ' and electric/hydraulic trim tabs there is ample trim adjustment. It's an enjoyable boat to drive with a manner under acceleration more like that of a runabout fitted with a big outboard than a middle-size sportcruiser with twin sterndrives.

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Specifications

Condition
Vessel is in very good condition with only 248 hours.
Navigational Equipment
- CD Player - Cockpit Tables - Compass - Depth Sounder - DVD Player - Fuel Gauge - GPS - Navigation Lights - Speedometer
Mechanical
- Bilge Blower - Fuel Injected - Fuel Tank (148 Gallons) - GPS - Hand Rails - Engine Room
Electrical Systems
- AC Electric Panel - Accessory Switches - Alternator - Battery - Battery Charger - Battery Switch - Cockpit Lighting - Gauges - Horn - Shore Power - Speakers - Stereo - Shore Power (110v. AC - Shore Power Cords
Accommodations
- A/C - Bath - Berth - Bimini Top - Cabin Lighting - Cabinets - Carpet - Countertops - Dinette - Flat Screen TV - Fridge - Galley - Head - Heat - Microwave - Shower - Sink - Stove
Construction
- Engine Cooling (Closed Cooling) - Gel Coat (Excellent) - Power Engine Hatch - Propeller (Stainless Steel 4 Blade) - Stored Inside - Engine Cooling (RWC) - Propeller (Stainless) - Radar Arch - Bottom Paint - Bottom Paint (New 4 Months Ago) - Anchor - Gel Coat (GOOD) - Thru-hull Fittings (GOOD) - Bottom Paint (No) - Stored Inside - Bottom Paint (Cleaned Monthly) - Gel Coat (Good) - Propeller (Stainless Steel) - Propeller (Stainless) - Stored Inside - Tee Top (Hard Top) - Tower Light - Propeller (Bravo 1 Stainless Steel) - Anchor - Engine Cooling (Fresh Water Colled) - Gel Coat (Good Condition) - Propeller (Bronze) - Bottom Paint - Propeller (VMAX) - Keel Type (Keel Guard) - Gel Coat - Hard Top - Stored Inside - Cockpit Type (Open) - Gel Coat - Tee Top - NEW ,BIMINI , $3000 GARMIN 1040SX , ,NEW FLOW SWITCHES, NEW STEREO, NEW ENGINE REBUILD,TRIM TABS ,HULL PAINTED,STAINLESS FLUSH MOUNTS THRU HULL ! - Anchor - Helm Console - Propeller (3 Blade/fixed) - Keel Type (Iron/fin-bulb) - Bottom Paint (Pettit Vivid Hybrid) - Keel Type (Flat) - Propeller (Dual SS) - Radar Arch - Propeller (Stainless Steele) - Cockpit Type - Gel Coat - Propeller - Binnacle W/compass (Ritchie) - Bow Pulpit - Cockpit Type (Walkaround) - Helm Console - Propeller - Tee Top - Bottom Paint (New In 2012) - Deck & Hull Paint (AWLGRIP (2012)) - Ballast Tanks (Mid And Rear) - Toe Rail - Tiller - Bottom Paint (Done Last In July 2012) - Engine Cooling (Raw Water Cooled) - Gel Coat (Good) - Propeller (Bronze) - Engine Cooling (Raw) - Gel Coat - Propeller (Ss) - Gel Coat - Bottom Paint (Done Five Years Ago, However Boat Is Kept On A Lift. It Is Still In Great Conditon.) - Propeller (Custom 4 Fin) - Tee Top - Propeller (ALUMINUM) - Tee Top - Engine Cooling - Gel Coat - Gel Coat (Great Condition) - Propeller (Stainless Steel) - Stored Inside - Gel Coat (Blk/white) - Propeller (Stainless) - Stored Inside (Dry Stacked) - Tee Top (Blk. Sumbrella) - Cobia Tower (Crow's Nest) - Anchor - Bottom Paint - Radar Arch - Gel Coat (Very Good/excellent) - Propeller (Stainless Steel) - Stored Under Cover (Carport) - Anchor (2) - Bow Scuff Plate - Gel Coat - Radar Arch - Propeller (Stainless Steel) - Tee Top - Stored Inside - Wake Board Rack - Propeller - Cobia Tower - Anchor - Bottom Paint - Gel Coat - Cabin Heat - Bottom Paint - Gel Coat - Thru-hull Fittings - Gel Coat - Gel Coat (GOOD) - Helm Console - Polling Platform - POWERPOLE - Propeller (STAINLESS STEEL) - Thru-hull Fittings - Bottom Paint - Thru-hull Fittings - Propeller - Bottom Paint - Gel Coat - Propeller (SS) - Thru-hull Fittings - Gel Coat - Propeller - Thru-hull Fittings - Fiberglass Engine Cover - Handlaid Fiberglass - Bottom Paint (No Bottom Paint, Never In The Water Overnight) - Heavy-duty Marine-grade V (Vinyls: Expanded Back 29 Oz. /linear Yard & 45 Gauge ) - SRS(TM) Hull Design - Unitized Construction (W/glassed-in Bulkheads) - Hull (Vinylester Skin Coat) - XL Composite Panels - Anchor - Gel Coat (Excellent) - Anchor - Gel Coat (Excellent) - Engine Cooling - Gel Coat (Excellent) - Propeller (Bronze) - Stored Inside (All It's Life) - Wake Board Rack (Port And Starboard) - Gel Coat - Propeller (2) - Gel Coat - Propeller (Duo Stainless) - Propeller (29.5x24 Wheel4 Blade) - Gel Coat - Propeller (4- Blade) - Stored Inside - Stored Inside - Wakeboard Tower - Propeller (Bronze) - Wake Board Rack - Binnacle W/compass - Gel Coat (Excellent) - Propeller (SS) - Stored Inside (See Photos) - Wake Board Rack - Propeller - Control Type (Mercury) - Gel Coat - Tee Top - The 2101 Dual Console measures 21'6' length overall with a beam of 8'6'. She weighs in at 3280 lbs. and carries a fuel load of 105 gallons. Draft is about 13' and total capacity is 1625 lbs. people and gear. - Gel Coat - Propeller - Stored Inside - Anchor - Anchor - Bottom Paint - Propeller (STAINLESS STEEL) - Bottom Paint - Cabin Heat - Gel Coat - Helm Console - Propeller (Aluminum) - Bottom Paint - Engine Cooling (RWC) - Hard Top - Propeller - Gel Coat - Bottom Paint (Newly Painted) - Gel Coat (Good) - Propeller (Dual) - Toe Rail - Transom Height: 27" - Bottom Paint - Gel Coat - Propeller - Power Engine Hatch (Battery Operated) - Bottom Paint - Cabin Heat - Gel Coat - Radar Arch - Bottom Paint - Gel Coat - Radar Arch - Bottom Paint - Gel Coat - Tee Top (W/ Pfd Storage) - Bottom Paint - Radar Arch - Tee Top - Binnacle W/compass - Power Engine Hatch - Stored Inside - Anchor - Flybridge - Thru-hull Fittings - Bottom Paint (Just Done In May) - Propeller (2-blade) - Radar Mast - Toe Rail - Bilge pump; automatic Foam Floatation NMMA Certified - Bottom Paint (Needs Repainting) - Propeller - Bottom Paint - Engine Cooling - Gel Coat - Propeller (Bronze Alloy) - Thru-hull Fittings - Tee Top - Thru-hull Fittings - Bottom Paint - Engine Cooling (Raw) - Gel Coat (Shiny) - Power Engine Hatch - Propeller - Thru-hull Fittings - Bottom Paint - Cockpit Type - Gel Coat (Good Condition) - Propeller - Vent System - Gel Coat - Gel Coat - Propeller (Stainless) - Cockpit Type (Performance) - Bottom Paint - Propeller - Anchor - Gel Coat - Toe Rail - Bottom Paint - Gel Coat - Propeller (Dual) - Binnacle W/compass - Gel Coat (Good Condition) - Helm Console - Tee Top - Bottom Paint - Radar Arch - Bottom Paint (New 2013) - Gel Coat - Propeller - Bottom Paint - Hard Top - Anchor - Binnacle W/compass - Gel Coat - Propeller - Stored Inside - Thru-hull Fittings - Engine Cooling - Hard Top - Propeller - Anchor - Bottom Paint - Engine Cooling - Gel Coat - Hard Top - Helm Console - Propeller (Bronze) - Radar Arch (Mounted On Hard Top.) - Thru-hull Fittings - Toe Rail - Tower (Upper Helm Station) - Bottom Paint (Newer (2013)) - Engine Cooling (Freshwater) - Power Engine Hatch - Propeller (Bronz Alloy) - Control Type (Hydraulic Steering) - Gel Coat (Great Condition) - Propeller - Tee Top - Anchor - Bottom Paint - Gel Coat (Good Condition) - Propeller - Bottom Paint (No) - Engine Cooling (Open) - Gel Coat (Gleams) - Propeller (4 Blade Stainless Steel)
Deck Gear
- Anchor - Bimini - Canvas - Cockpit Table - Eisenglass - Sun Pad - Swim Ladder - Swim Platform - Windshield Wipers
Safety Equipment
- Bilge Pump - Fire Extinguisher - Gas Detector - NMMA Certified