SOLD! — 32’ Bayliner Montego 1976 – $9,750- Seattle, WA
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SOLD! — 32’ Bayliner Montego 1976 – $9,750- Seattle, WA

32’ Bayliner Montego

The Montego 3350 was a very popular model when first introduced, with an appealing hull design that is unique to the Bayliner series. She has a strongly built hand laid fiberglass hull with lines that are very similar to the Hargrave design used in the 34’ Hatteras Sportfish models. The deep-vee shape to the hull gives you very good stability and a comfortable ride while cruising. Her large aft deck is suitable for sportfishing or sunning. Spacious flybridge with a helm chair, bench seating and a folding console seat.

The interior is nicely arranged and has accommodations for six adults. Aft of the forward vee berth is a mid-ship cabin adjacent the head and shower, which has twin berths that fold down into a settee as needed. The galley has ample storage and counter space and there is good visibility all around from the helm through the large salon windows.

One can still find online and read the complimentary performance review first published in the March 1977 edition of Motorboating Magazine.

Call Jim at 253.332.5813, to set an appointment to see her soon.

 


Photo Gallery: 32’ Bayliner Montego 1976

 


Full Specs: 32’ Bayliner Montego 1976

  • length 32’ 3”
  • beam 11’ 5”
  • draft 3’ 0”
  • weight #12500 lbs
  • Clearance 13’ 2”
  • Fuel 220 gallons – two aluminum tanks
  • Water 70 gallons
  • Modified V hull
  • Salon headroom 6’ 3”
  • Cruising speed:14 kts at 3200 rpm
  • Max speed: 29 kts at 4400 rpm

Machinery and Electrical:

  • Twin 250 hp ‘Marine Power’ Chevy 327 engines (marinized by ChrisCraft)
  • Volvo Aquamatic 280 Stern drives with Duo-prop
  • Side-power SP-S Bow thruster
  • Lifegard UA2A fire detection
  • Kidde engine compartment fire suppression
  • 30 amp shore power cord
  • Dual engine start batteries
  • Dual house bank batteries, deep cycle (Jan. 2012)
  • Two 6 volt batteries for bow thruster
  • TruCharge battery charger
  • Power Inverter

Electronics:

  • Morse engine controls
  • Hynautic hydraulic steering system
  • JRC Radar 1000
  • Datamarine Chartlink plotter
  • Magellan Meridian XL GPS
  • Uniden MC-535 VHF
  • Garmin 160 Blue fishfinder (designed for offshore fishing)
  • Speed and Temperature indicators (Garmin)
  • Rayline remote control spotlight
  • Sony CDX 4180 stereo with salon speakers
  • Ritchie upper helm compass
  • Aqua Marine lower helm compass
  • Fuel consumption gauge
  • Ensign engine tach synchronizer

Galley, Salon and Accommodations:

  • Folding dinette table
  • Starboard dinette seating drops to double berth (6’ length)
  • Port settee bench
  • King Electric 110v cabin heaters built-in
  • Platinum catalytic cabin heater
  • Pelonis portable 110v electric heater
  • Mid-ship twin berths (5’ 10” length) fold down to a settee
  • Vee berth with center insert (6’ 2” length)
  • Single stainless head sink
  • Lectra San waste treatment system
  • Jabsco marine electric toilet
  • Enclosed stall shower with handheld wand
  • Newer hot water tank
  • Dual stainless galley sink
  • Elixir Traveler 4 burner propane stove and oven
  • Norcold 110/12v refrigerator
  • Conair microwave oven
  • Marinetics propane controller

Deck and Gear:

  • Teak bow pulpit
  • Simpson-Lawrence Electric windlass
  • Danforth anchor
  • Lines and fenders
  • Bow rail fender holders
  • Stainless bow pulpit rail and handrails
  • Full aft deck weather canvas
  • Full flybridge weather canvas
  • Tempered glass entryway slider
  • Spacious engine compartment
  • Teak swim step
  • Convertible folding flybridge seat
  • Flybridge tilt controls for stern drives
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Eight adult lifejackets
  • Toss ring
  • Signal flares
  • Signal horn
  • Bottom paint and zincs, April 2012
  • Moored in freshwater since 2008

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.

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