March 19, 2010

New Model: Bayliner 245 Sunbridge Cruiser


Bayliner presents its new 245 Sunbridge Cruiser for 2010, its latest entry level weekend Sport Cruiser suited for cruising, water sports or dockside entertaining. Featuring room for eight and a light filled open cabin lower deck with four berths, the 245 Sunbridge Cruiser allows one to step into a medium small sized sport cruiser by offering value per metre. Bayliner’s 245 Sunbridge Cruiser is designed for comfort, performance and ease of ownership. Featuring a plush topside as it is spacious below in well appointed cabin, the 245 Sunbridge Cruiser benefits from beamy forward sections that puts space where it is needed. In the cockpit, the L-shaped seating area includes a SunChaiser lounger with fore and aft movable backrest so passengers can optimize their conversation or viewing space. Drivers will appreciate the power assisted steering that minimizes helm effort, and the ample dash space which gives room for after market electronics. Powering the 245 Sunbridge Cruiser is a standard 220hp MerCruiser, or optional 260hp. In the cabin below, six plus feet of headroom provides openness, a feeling only accented by the continuous side windows. The galley includes a stainless steel wet sink and plenty of food and dinnerware storage; the forward dinette, capable of seating four comfortably, doubles as a V-berth at night. The 245 SB also includes a private aft stateroom for two, enclosed head with sink and portable toilet or optional holding tank.
Technical Data:
LOA - 7.34 m (24.1ft)
Beam - 2.57 m
Draft - 0.84 m
Displacement - 2397 kg
Fuel Capacity - 242 l
Water Capacity - 75 l
Max Persons - 8
Accommodation - 4 berths
Engines - 1 x Mercruise 5.0i 220hp, 5.0i MPI 260hp petrol gas fuel
Propulsion - stern drive Mercruiser Alpha I, Bravo III
Hull - sixteen degrees vee aft