This Bayliner 225's 8-foot 6-inch beam-forward design gives the boat an extremely spacious feel. The bow is so wide that it's almost crescent-shaped, rather than coming to a point. The settee at the bow is more U-shaped than the standard V-shaped settee you find on most bow riders, and a notch in th...more
We're sorry to see this one go but happy to say that she has been sold.
This Bayliner 225's 8-foot 6-inch beam-forward design gives the boat an extremely spacious feel. The bow is so wide that it's almost crescent-shaped, rather than coming to a point. The settee at the bow is more U-shaped than the standard V-shaped settee you find on most bow riders, and a notch in the deck allows a pedestal table to serve the space if you wish. In addition to the four cup holders built into the table, two cup holders are built into each side of the settee.
As you stroll back from the bow, you must step through the walk-through windshield, which has a reinforcement rod on each side of the hatch, ensuring the unit's stability. The helm console is to starboard, as you'd expect, with a full set of instrumentation that includes a speedometer, a tachometer, a voltmeter, and fuel, trim, water temperature and oil pressure gauges. .
Step over to the passenger-side console and you start to see where Bayliner has taken some chances with the layout. Instead of a matching bucket seat, like the one that serves the helm console, there are two opposite-facing bench settees that face forward and backward.
The seats found on the 225 are a doublewide version that is almost wide enough to seat two people. The bench seat facing backward butts right up to the L-shaped settee that wraps around the back side of the boat. In effect, this turns the settee into a J-shaped seating area, and it allows you to lean back on the bench as your legs take up one full side of the settee..
Storage area is hidden underneath all of the settees, and the pedestal table that serves the bow settee can also be moved back to serve the aft one. There's dedicated storage for the boat's 36-quart cooler under the starboard side of the aft settee, and the large sunpad that runs athwartship can be pulled up for easy access to the engine.
The tail end of the 225 is taken up by a swim platform with a transom shower. The platform is connected to the cockpit by a walk-through, and it has a recessed ladder that makes for safer and easier access from the water.
The 2005 Bayliner is in great shape. All upholstery was recently redone (Brand New) $4,000. The Snap In Carpet has never been used and is in storage.
Owner purchased the upgraded Trim outdrive, fuel Injected, MPI option for an additional 5K.
Owner is working on the steering wheel, if it will not come clean seller is replacing.
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All reasonable offers will be reviewed and presented to the seller.
All offers are contingent upon being fully satisfied with unit after personal inspection and/or professional inspection.
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