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Bayliss Boatworks Construction update: Bayliss 75'

by John Bayliss 3 Feb 14:12 UTC
Bayliss 75' © Bayliss Boatworks

In January, the exterior appearance of Bayliss 75' was inched one step closer to completion with the placement of her tower and hardtop as well as the installation of her teak salon door.

The interior of Bayliss 75' progressed in leaps and bounds last month as well. Finalizing the upper level galley, our cabinetry crew installed the center island and forward cabinetry, as well as nesting spaces for glassware and kitchen gadgets. The galley granite is in, a warm compliment to the bold teak veneers in the surrounding cabinetry.

Over the next couple of weeks, our CNC department will continue to create customized nesting spaces for storage throughout the galley and salon. It won't be long before the sofa and coffee tables go in!

Various details throughout the lower level have been completed, including everything from teak flooring and brushed nickel sink fixtures in the dayhead, to cabinetry installations in the staterooms. The Green River Stone Company fossil fish headboard, which is a work of art in itself, was installed in the master.

Within the next month, more of the final details on Bayliss 75' will be unveiled, including her transom lettering. It won't be long before we'll take her out on the water for sea trials!

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