|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|Length:||8.23 m/27 ft|
|Width:||2.87 m/9 ft|
2004 Bayliner 265 £35,995
The Bayliner 265 is a very popular family cruising boat due to its good performance, spacious accommodation and comfortable cockpit. This example is in almost very good condition. She comes complete with a full camper canopy Please call our Kent – Chatham Office+44 - Phone number removed -
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4 berths in 2 cabins with 6'2" maximum headroom. Saloon consisting of a curved seating area with table which converts to form a generous double berth. Galley to port with single burner electric hob, fridge (12v and shore power), stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold-water supply and storage areas. Opposite to starboard is further storage and a microwave. Heads compartment aft to starboard with marine toilet, wash basin and shower. Pressurised hot and cold-water supply throughout via a calorifier, 30 Litre holding tank, generous aft double berth beneath cockpit floor with lighting and stowage separated from the main saloon by a curtain. Cream leather upholstery with beige curtains. Spacious cockpit design with ample seating with good stowage.
Located under cockpit sole, is the Mercruiser 5.0L Alpha I 220hp V8 petrol engine to sterndrive, single lever controls with electric start and power trim/tilt. Full engine instrumentation including temperature, oil pressure, rev counter, trim, fuel, and battery gauges. The engine was last serviced 2019
2 x 12-volt batteries (2014) charging from the engine alternator, and 240-volt battery charger. 240-volt ring main installed.
1 x Anchor Chain/Warp Windlass (electric) Bimini Full cockpit enclosure Bathing platform 8 x Fenders 3 x Mooring warps
Compass Depth Speed/Log VHF Radio Chartplotter/GPS Electronic charts Navigation lights
Fire extinguisher Engine room fire extinguisher Fire blanket Gas alarm Smoke alarm Life jackets Deck light MOB Sling Sea anchor Bilge pump electric First aid kit
History and Construction
Bayliner 265 built in 2004 by Bayliner Marine Corporation to their own design. White grp planing hull with blue styling stripe. White superstructure and decks with moulded non-slip surfaces. Walk-thru windscreen with moulded companionway steps. Walk-thru transom to bathing platform with boarding ladder, self-draining cockpit.
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