2000 Bayliner 2655 Ciera Sunbridge
|Location||La Porte, IN|
|Bayliner 2655 Ciera Sunbridge Specifications - Standard Equipment - Large cushioned V-berth - Enclosed head with shower - Galley with stove, sink and icebox - Pressurized cold water - Cockpit table - Fully instrumented helm station with VHF - 5.0 liter MerCruiser stern drive - Marine-grade expanded back vinyls dye-penetrated and UV-protected - Vinylester Skin Coat to fight gelcoat blistering and add strength to laminate - Cook Composites' Formula 954 Buff-Back Gelcoat - Rolled-Extrusion Aluminum Windshield Frames - Interior fabrics premium grade and ScotchGuard-treated for easy cleanup. - Carpets are solution-dyed and 100-percent polypropylene - Cabinets reinforced with aluminum angle bracing - Bayliner's exclusive Three-Step Finish gives wood trim rich, polished look. - Clearview tempered-glass windshield - Stainless steel railings are secure and corrosion resistant - Cleats and hardware by Perko lifetime-guaranteed and through-bolted to stout backing blocks. - Aggressive nonskid pattern provides sure footing on deck surfaces. - Custom-engineered electrical systems for trouble-free operation. - Sealed transom - Transferable 5-Year Structural Hull Limited Warranty|
|Engine Make||5.7 L Alpha I MerCruiser|
|Engine Model||5.7 L Alpha I MerCruiser|
|Hull Shape||Modified Vee|
Crisp styling, lots of space and a long list of cruising features make the Bayliner 2655 Ciera Sunbridge an excellent choice. Plenty of seating in the cockpit and a roomy transom area, complete with shower, make the 2655 convenient for fishing, swimming and enjoying the sights. The comfortable cabin with dinette features a full galley, enclosed head with marine toilet and two spacious double berths. Every Bayliner is designed and built to meet or exceed all applicable standards of the US. Coast Guard, and every one carries the certification seal of the National Marine Manufacturers Association. Everything from gelcoats to carpeting is subjected to extreme climate exposure and stress testing far beyond the limits of normal use. The biggest test comes when the hull meets the water the prototypes are put through grueling performance, handling and endurance trials. Hull strength, ride characteristics, fuel efficiency, engine performance and more are all scientifically evaluated. Bayliner seals the transom opening during the lay-up process. Most builders simply cut an opening through the transom of a completed hull, exposing stiffening end grain and inviting decay. No exposed wood means longer hull life.
250 HP 5.7L Mercruiser
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