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Construction updates: Gypsea - Bayliss 62'

by Bayliss Boatworks 5 May 11:22 UTC
Gypsea - Bayliss 62' © Bayliss Boatworks

We checked off several big installations on Gypsea (Bayliss 62') in April. Once her engine room was faired and primed, our mechanical crew installed her twin V12 MAN 1550 engines, two 25kw Northern Lights generators, and a Seakeeper 9 before closing everything in with the salon deck.

Her lower-level interior walls are developing at a rapid pace, providing perspective for her three stateroom, two-head, tackle/freezer room layout. In the salon, our crew has begun the installation of the galley bulkhead and will start building out air boxes within the next couple of weeks.

Lazarette work is also under way. Our crews are currently installing her generator exhaust and air circulation pipes. Within the next couple of weeks, the lazarette deck will be fitted.

Read more at baylissboatworks.com/boats/gb4

Christened in December 2018, we had the opportunity to tag along with the owner and crew of GameChanger as they fished in Costa Rica in March 2019.

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