2012 BAY CITY Catamaran

$349,500

Port Angeles, WA

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Class Power
Category Power Catamarans
Year 2012
Make BAY CITY
Length 34'
Propulsion Type Single Outboard
Hull Material Aluminum
Fuel Type Other
Location Port Angeles, WA
Speed and Distance
Max Speed
40
Dimensions
Nominal Length
34
Length Overall
38
Beam
14
Tanks
Fuel Tank Capacity
300
Fresh Water Tank Capacity
50
Holding Tank Capacity
35
Engine Model Yamaha
Total Power 700hp
Engine Hours 5
Engine Type Single Outboard
Fuel Type Other
HIN PSP102612301
Hull Shape Other
2012 BAY CITY Catamaran

This 34 FT by 14 FT beam boat was built by Bay City Fab in Ventura California. It was designed by Alan Walker of Coast Design in New Zealand. Over the last 18 months, it has been transported to Lee Shore Boats in Port Angeles where it was refit from a bridge boat to a flat top 6 pack charter boat. Twin 2017 350 Yamahas and a 40 HP kicker with power lift were added. Both a port and a starboard cockpit door were added along with a large under deck fish box and new radar arch. The bridge helm was relocated to the cockpit. An independent Foster hydraulic system powered by an 8 HP Honda was added to run the power block on the cockpit davit and the anchor system. A second davit equipped with a remote control electric winch was built to handle a tender on the roof. For on board power both a new 5KW Kubota diesel generator was added to support the existing 2000 watt invertor. A Webasto heating system was added. Electronic were updated with two 12" Simrad chart plotters along with a Icom radio equipped with hailer to support the existing radar and auto pilot. The salon is very large with a stainless steel galley, large dinette, two front ride chairs and a new helm chair. It comes with Fusion radio and ACR EPIRB. An eleven gallon hot water heater was installed to supply water to the galley and head which has a stand up shower. A fresh coat of paint and non skid decking was added to all outside surfaces including the roof for safety.

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