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Bayliss 62' construction update: A couple of major exterior transformations

by Bayliss Boatworks 10 Aug 10:06 UTC
Bayliss 62' © Bayliss Boatworks

Bayliss 62' has undergone a couple of major exterior transformations over the course of the last month. Her toe rail was fitted and installed in mid-July, after which primer was applied to her hull, bow, cabin and bridge.

The flybridge was glassed and faired last month. Our crew is now developing the flybridge layout and console size which will take shape over the course of the next month.

With the aft fuel tank installed and chases run, the cockpit deck was framed and planked in, and it won't be long before it is glassed and mezzanine development can begin.

On the interior of Bayliss 62', the salon, galley, and lower level areas were all sprayed with primer. Our interior carpentry crew is now hard at work developing the salon and galley build out Stateroom build out on the lower level is nearly complete and the teak work is currently being developed in our cabinetry shop.

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