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2001 30 (ft.) Bayliner 2858 Ciera Command Bridge

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General Information

Listing# 142217

Price
$44,900.00
Location
Harwich Port, MA, United States
Manufacturer
Bayliner
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2001
Category
Cruisers
Model
2858 Ciera Command Bridge
Status
Used
Length
30 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
9.25
Beam
9.83
LOA
30.5
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
unleaded
Engine Model
7.4 L MPI with Bravo III
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard/Outboard
Engine Hours
85

General Details

Only 85 hours on this well-cared-for Ciera Command Bridge. MerCruiser 7.4 Liter MPI engine with Bravo III outdrive provides exceptionally good fuel efficiency.  At a cruising speed of 25 Kts  the boat burns only 2.5 gallons of fuel per hour. Nicely appointed and spacious - this boat is ready for pleasurable cruising.

Vetus 55 bow thruster makes for easy manuering. Convenient upper and lower helm stations. Windlass operated from either helm. Clever upgrades include custom cockpit bimini top and rich galley cabinetry. Well engineered twin stainless running skegs and a set of custom trim tabs have greatly improved vessels stability and tracking.

Electronics include Lowrance GPS, Raytheon R70 Radar and GPS, Uniden VHF, Azimuth 1000 Digital compass, Garmin 492 GPS Map.

Good value in a comfortable, efficient cruiser. Great galley, fantastic light and natural air. Mid cabin dinette area. Enclosed head and shower. Air conditioning and dehumidifier.  Wine storage cooler. This manageable boat is highly recommended for your review and consideration.

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Specifications

General details
  Vetus 55 Bow thruster with joy stick control Halon Extinguisher (built in Engine compartment) (custom) Windlass, with cover. Danforth and CQR anchors Full Fly-bridge Sunbrella enclosure (custom) new Stainless steel Fin tracking Stabilizers and trim tabs (custom) New Dark Blue Top 2011 (custom) New Dark Blue Ear Top 2011(custom) Winter Fly Bridge Cover (custom) Windshield and side windows sunscreen (custom) Remote 1000 CP Spotlight Light , Command helm Chair and special mount (custom) Propane Gas Stove & Fume Detector System (custom) Electric Toaster Oven, Blender, pots, pans dishes (included) Microwave and Refrigerator (12 /110 volt) New carpet, forward sunscreens Raytheon Radar/GPS, Garmin GPS and Lowrance GPS units (2) Uniden  VHFs, with Emergency USCG Call Button Azumith Digital Compass, Bose 2 stereos 4 speakers. PA Horn, Spot Light w/cover, Engine Clock, Console Clock, Power Anchor windlass, w/cover, Hatch canopy, Life Preservers, AM/FM/CD stereo, Flat fold-down flat screen Color TV, Binoculars Kitchen & Liquor Cabinet, 2-way (red/white) bridge light, Sliding Navigation Table w/ light and book shelf, Fire Extinguishers, Fire & CO2 detector, Wine Cooler/Cellar (110 volt), (2) Folding cushioned cockpit deck chairs, High Powered Horn, PA/ Hailer, Air Conditioner (110 volt 6,000 Btu w/automatic dehumidified drain pump), External Wash-down/shower (not connected), Indoor/Outdoor Deck Carpeting Main Cabin Weather station, Brass Clock & Tide Clock & Compasses Dinette convers to double berth  
Manufacturer Provided Description
Spacious and comfortable, the Bayliner 2858 Ciera Command Bridge is designed around a single powerplant to efficiently and economically deliver performance. Upper and lower helm stations allow comfortable cruising in any weather. Accommodations include a large forward berth and private midship compartment with double berth. The 2858 features an all-electric galley, enclosed head with shower, vanity mirror, and marine toilet for optimum livability. Every Bayliner is designed and built to meet or exceed all applicable standards of the US. Coast Guard, and every one carries the certification seal of the National Marine Manufacturers Association. Everything from gelcoats to carpeting is subjected to extreme climate exposure and stress testing far beyond the limits of normal use. The biggest test comes when the hull meets the water the prototypes are put through grueling performance, handling, and endurance trials. Hull strength, ride characteristics, fuel efficiency, engine performance, and more are all scientifically evaluated. Bayliner seals the transom opening during the lay-up process. Most builders simply cut an opening through the transom of a completed hull, exposing stiffening end grain and inviting decay. No exposed wood means longer hull life.
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.