Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Just Curious-gctid365335

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    Just Curious-gctid365335

    Bayliner MotorYachts seem to be extremely popular up North, both coast. I'm down on the Texas Gulf coast and mine is the only one I've seen down here. I wonder why that is??

    #2
    Texas ?
    ..........

    Comment


      #3
      Corpus Christi

      Comment


        #4
        Its a regional and shipping thing.

        For example Hatteras, and Bertram are very popular on the east coast.

        Very few are in the PACNW.

        You'll see them but not in near the numbers as more local brands.

        KEVIN SANDERS
        4788 DOS PECES - SEWARD ALASKA - LA PAZ BCS MEXICO


        Whats the weather like on the boat
        https://www.weatherlink.com/embeddab...59665f4e4/wide


        Where am I right now? https://maps.findmespot.com/s/2R02

        Comment


          #5
          Don't know why they are not in Texas but there are 3 other Bayliner 38xx in the Marina here in Gautier,MS besides mine.

          Comment


            #6
            Cool Sharkbait. I'm leaving on vacation tomorrow to see my folks in Wiggins, MS! I lived in Longbeach for 15 years.

            Comment


              #7
              Pappy wrote:
              Bayliner MotorYachts seem to be extremely popular up North, both coast. I'm down on the Texas Gulf coast and mine is the only one I've seen down here. I wonder why that is??
              The hull doesn't mind cooler salt water, but if exposed to warmer salt water for any amount of time, espicially one with a red tide from time to time, it will begin to crumble. It will get like dust and one day, it will be gone.:hypnotysed:

              Comment


                #8
                Hull to dust in warm salt water? It is almost impossible to respond to that without being disrespectful. Anyone else support that comment?
                1989 26' then 1994 32' now 2001 39'

                Comment


                  #9
                  Uncle Bob wrote:
                  Hull to dust in warm salt water? It is almost impossible to respond to that without being disrespectful. Anyone else support that comment?
                  Everybody knows that Bayliners fall apart in the warmer lattitudes.

                  Thats why they are only popular in the PACNW.

                  I had a friends uncles cousin that had a bayliner literally crumble before his eyes when he took it to Florida.

                  It was so sad.

                  KEVIN SANDERS
                  4788 DOS PECES - SEWARD ALASKA - LA PAZ BCS MEXICO


                  Whats the weather like on the boat
                  https://www.weatherlink.com/embeddab...59665f4e4/wide


                  Where am I right now? https://maps.findmespot.com/s/2R02

                  Comment


                    #10
                    Saintjon wrote:
                    The hull doesn't mind cooler salt water, but if exposed to warmer salt water for any amount of time, espicially one with a red tide from time to time, it will begin to crumble. It will get like dust and one day, it will be gone.:hypnotysed:
                    Ahh.... okay :right

                    Comment


                      #11
                      Pappy wrote:
                      Bayliner MotorYachts seem to be extremely popular up North, both coast. I'm down on the Texas Gulf coast and mine is the only one I've seen down here. I wonder why that is??
                      I'm just a little north of you in Clear Lake / Galveston Bay with a 2001 4087. There's at least 3 other Bayliners on Clear Lake that I know of.

                      She's for sale, by the way, in case you'd like to move up to a bigger boat


                      Evan
                      SOLD - 2001 Bayliner 4788 "Fifty / Fifty II"
                      2006 Meridian 580 - “Amnesia”
                      League City, TX

                      Comment


                        #12
                        Thanks for the offer Evan, but just had this one for six months. And as much as I hate to admit it, with gas prices, my next boat will probably have sails!

                        Comment


                          #13
                          Saintjon wrote:
                          The hull doesn't mind cooler salt water, but if exposed to warmer salt water for any amount of time, espicially one with a red tide from time to time, it will begin to crumble. It will get like dust and one day, it will be gone.:hypnotysed:
                          it's not april fools day yet,,hope some guy from saskatchewan doesn't take that as the gospel truth...
                          84-38,,86-38,,89-45,,97-47,,99-47,,01-47,,05-540 meridian,, 04-411 meridian and 11 others,, all gone ,,now 04 -490 ,,sidney,,vancouver island.

                          Comment


                            #14
                            Uncle Bob wrote:
                            Hull to dust in warm salt water? It is almost impossible to respond to that without being disrespectful. Anyone else support that comment?
                            No, but I'll support yours!

                            Comment


                              #15
                              'parently mine started it's life in Florida and then moved to the PNW, and then further north to Canada. Guess it knew it's days were numbered if it stayed south....

                              (ps - if anyone's heard of a 3270 in Fla. named "God Good Good" - I have your boat )
                              ________________
                              1998 Bayliner 4788
                              1989 Bayliner 3270 - SOLD-

                              Comment

                              Working...
                              X