Boat Details


Bayliner 3288

32' 1" x 11' 6" x 2' 11"

Asking Price....$29,900


View the Data Sheet for this vessel                      Listing Broker: Rich Long  907-831-0307

  General: ID: 2446  
JUST REDUCED TO $29,900! TWO STATEROOMS, LOTS OF DECK SPACE, POPULAR MODEL! There is a whole lot of interior and exterior flexibility to this popular Bayliner model. Inside, she is bright, clean and tidy and makes a great liveaboard, long range cruiser or weekend camper. Outside, she has so much deck space, you might not know what to do with it all. This is a beautiful boat, so call to see her today!

Enter the bright and airy main salon from the cockpit via the sliding door. To port is one of two spacious staterooms on Sea Asylum. A few steps down takes you to a comfortable double berth with its own hand sink and oodles of storage lockers and standing room. A large stern-facing window floods this stateroom with natural light, creating a wonderful sense of spaciousness. Back in the main salon, a long buffet cabinet stretches along the starboard side wall. Store items like your tool box or a crock pot or some fun board games in there. The interior helm station is located just beyond the buffet. The electronics are mounted from the ceiling and you have a great view over the bow. The adjustable captain s chair is not fixed to the floor, so you can move it back when you want to stand at the helm. You can also move it over to the raised port-side dinette for extra seating. Seating five adults comfortably, the L-shaped dinette has a great view of the surrounding scenery and is within easy conversation distance from the helm. At night, the dinette converts to a two-person berth. Down a few steps into the bow takes you to the port-side U-shaped galley with a Hillerrange three-burner LPG stove/oven combo, Goldstar microwave, nice-sized refrigerator, and a huge double stainless steel sink with pressure water. There is a good amount of counter space for making multiple sandwiches and storage for all the dishes and utensils you ll need. Across from the galley is a spacious head with a home-like electric toilet, a deep hand sink, and separate stand-up shower. Sixty-five gallons of water, six gallons of hot water and a 23-gallon holding tank serve your on-board water needs. The second stateroom is located in the bow and sleeps two. The hanging locker is a great size for storing all your clothes. Red Dot engine heat keeps your toes warm in the winter. Throughout the interior of Sea Asylum, the fine teak wood cabinetry, warm carpeting and fresh window coverings really work together to create a cozy, comfortable interior you ll never want to leave.

 On Deck:
The covered back deck on Sea Asylum is the perfect place to hang out, whether it s for socializing or for fishing with friends and family. Easily come aboard by way of the swim deck and stern transom door. You have plenty of room for wild fish fighting, or set out a few deck chairs and prop your feet on the gunnels and bask in the sun with your favorite local brew. Wet weather? The deck cover will keep you nice and dry. The cockpit sink with storage comes in quite handy for getting messy hands clean before coming inside. Thigh-high cushions along the gunnels keep your thighs from getting sore while fighting those big Alaska fish. Sea Asylum was a full walk around deck and a sizeable bow area, really maximizing her deck capabilities. A short angled ladder takes you up to the flybridge. Two long settees flanking the centerline captain s chair make a fabulous place for you and your pals to cruise on a nice day. You can also stretch out the bimini top for a little shade. When not in use, the flybridge has a full covering. The top part of the cockpit cover makes an excellent place to store the dinghy or several water toys. Stainless steel railing provides a safety measure for your passengers.

 Engine and Mechanical:
Two 1995 highly-sought 150 horsepower Hino WO-4C-T diesel engines with 2,935 hours on starboard and 2,773 hours on port power Sea Asylum through the water. Her port engine was rebuilt and both transmissions were new/rebuilt in 2016, so the hours on the port are believe to be very low and not what the hour meter reads. She carries 160 gallons of fuel in two aluminum tanks and uses about 10 gallons per hour. Her cruise speed is 14-15 knots at 2,500 rpm and top speed is 17+. When you need to set anchor, Sea Asylum has a Plow 33-pound anchor on a Lofrans electric winch.

 Electrical and Electronics:
Your electronics package includes a Furuno Nav Net with radar and C-map chart plotter and a depth sounder. For communications, you have both a Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF and a Uniden Pro 510 CB. Three electric wipers keep water from building up on the three windshields so you can see. Two defogger fans help keep interior moisture at bay. If you find yourself out in the dark hours, the forward facing spotlight comes in handy when looking for pot buoys or coming to a dark dock. Power needs at the dock are met by plugging Sea Asylum into the 30 amp shore power. She also has a battery charger, alternator, a Maxim Energy inverter and two start batteries. The Alpine MP3/CD stereo system and deck speakers add a whole lot of fun to any outing.

 Notes and Extras:
The Bayliner 3288 was one of the most produced and popular Bayliner boats of all time. Sea Asylum is a 1995 model, which was the last year the 3288 was produced. You can t get a newer 3288 than this one, so call today and check her out!


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