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2014 Bayliner 652 Cuddy

Bayliner 652 Cuddy

Specifications

Length overall (LOA)20' (6.22 m)
Beam2.49 m
Deadrise19°
Approximate weight w/standard engine1,124.9 kg
Length rigged6.50
Draft hull.48 m
Draft max.91 m
Bridge clearance max1.44 m
Fuel capacity132.4 L
Water capacity37.8 L
Model Name LengthBayliner 652
With Trailer
Beam2.59 m
Approximate weight w/standard engine1.578.5 kg
Length rigged8.05 m

Cabin

* Bow Hatch: Translucent & Opening
* Locking Sliding Cabin Entry Door: w/ Steps
* Overhead Lights
* V-Berth (Cushioned): w/Storage below
* Vinyl Headliner

Certifications

* Meets Applicable USCG Standards
* NMMA Certified

Cockpit

* Aft Bench Seats
* Aft Sunlounger
* Back-to-Back Seats (2)
* Beverage Holders
* Grab Handles
* Integrated Canvas Storage
* Self-Bailing Fiberglass Cockpit Liner

Construction Features

* 100% Polypropylene Carpeting: Solution-Dyed, Stain & Fade-Resistant
* Box Beam Stringers
* Handlaid Fiberglass
* Heavy-Duty Marine-Grade Vinyls: Expanded Back 29 Ounces/Linear Yard & 45 Gauge
* SRS´┐Ż Hull Design
* Transferable 5-Year Structural Deck Warranty
* Transferable Limited Lifetime Structural Hull Warranty
* Unitized Construction: w/Glassed-In Bulkheads
* Vinylester Skin Coat (Hull)
* XL Composite Panels: Lifetime Limited Guarantee Against Rot in Hull, Deck & Upholstery Components

Helm

* 12V Accessory Outlet
* Instrumentation:
- Fuel Gauge
- Oil Pressure Gauge
- Speedometer
- Tachometer
- Temperature Gauge
- Trim Gauge
- Voltmeter
* Padded Steering Wheel
* Power-Assisted Rack & Pinion
* Side-Mounted Engine Controls: w/Trim & Tilt Switch in Handle
* Tilt Steering

Electrical Systems

Battery Switch

Engine

3.0L MerCruiser® Alpha I (135 HP)

Engine Compartment

* 12V Blower
* Bilge Pump: 1900L

Hull And Deck

* Anchor Locker & Bow Roller
* Mooring Cleats
* Stainless Steel Ski Tow Ring
* Thru-Bolted Deck Rails (2)
* Transom Platform: w/ Swim Ladder
* Wraparound Windshield: w/Safety Glass & Opening Center Section

ID: 1954