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Bayliss 67': Overtime

by Bayliss Boatworks 2 Dec 2022 12:42 PST

Bayliss built Overtime as the weapon of choice for an assortment of Cabo San Lucas blue water fisheries. Its elaborate livewell system supports transom and on-deck livewells, as well as tuna tubes.

Inside she features walnut interiors throughout and innovative tackle display and storage.

Specifications:

  • Start date: August 2020
  • Completed: November 2022
  • Length: 67'6"
  • Beam: 19'10"
  • Power: (2) 2000hp CAT C32B
  • Gyro: Seakeeper 18
  • Genset: (2) Northern Lights 25kW
  • Fuel capacity: Approx. 2,050 gallons
  • Water capacity: Approx. 400 gallons; single integral tank
  • Water maker: (1) FCI 1850 gallon per day
  • Interior layout: 3 Staterooms, 2 Heads with Day head. Tackle room, rod closet, and washer dryer.
  • Bridge layout: Portside peninsula console. Benchseat forward with single lid access to dry storage.

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