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Cabin Cruiser - $7,500 (Oregon City)

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boat type: powerboat
propulsion type: power
length overall (LOA): 30
Cabin Cruiser Boat. 1985 Bayliner Contessa 2850. 28ft.

I bought a Bayliner cabin cruiser in 2019. My plan was to refurbish the boat and use for weekend camping-type trips. I quickly realized that boat refurbishment was not my new weekend hobby. Much Money was spent to fix it up


Characteristics:
Fiberglass. 10ft wide. Sleeps 4 with a laying area and a private bedroom. Galvanized triple axle trailer. Roomy cabin with kitchenette. Bathroom. 350 Chevy. Volvo penta dual drive (complete professional rebuild and refit 2020). Recarpeted.


Amenities:
Triple axle trailer
Digital gauges. Depth finder
10’ Dingy
Bathroom with sink and shower feature
Galley with sink and grill top
Electronic spotlight
Electronic anchor drop and pull
2 refrigerators
Inverter installed to run AC power out in the water
i70 System Pack with Wind, Depth & Speed Transducers, digital guage
Reglazed windows
New lights
Canopy
New Carpet
Restrained interior woodwork


Current condition: Hasn't been in the water or started since engine rebuild in 2020. Will need to be jump-started for testing prior to purchase. Haven’t tested plumbing.


Reasons for sale: welll…it’s pretty much the “classic” boat story. I figured out pretty quickly (almost immediately) that I'd rather captain a boat rather than fix it up. I thought fixing up would be a hobby, but no. If you're into fixing up things in your free time, then the finish of the boat should be a synch, and the finished product would happen pretty quickly

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