June 10, 2011

New Model: Bayliss 65 B12

Bayliss continues to deliver its custom Sportfish Yacht to its exclusive clients.  The 65 feet B12 is the latest of its launches, and has a hull which is derived from the one foot smaller B10.  As is custom to Bayliss the 65 B12 is a modern interpretation of the Carolina battle wagon designed by Robert Ulberg, and constructed in cold molded, wood and epoxy to a modern jig method.  The owners of the B12 opted for a luxurious three stateroom, three head interior, finished in teak veneers.  Power is from twin 1900hp Cat engines of which the top speeds has not so far been announced.  Bayliss has at the moment four models in production, with two yachts waiting order confirmation.
Technical Data:
Length - 19.81 m (65ft)
Beam - 5.63 m
Draft - 1.60 m
Displacement - 33565 kg dry
Fuel Capacity - 7570 l
Water Capacity - 1514 l 
Accommodation - 6 berths in 3 cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats C32 Acerts 1900hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Construction - Cold molded, epoxy with wood, jig method.  Teak veneer finished interior.
Project - Robert Ulberg, Ulberg Yacht Designs 
Certification - ABYC