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    1989 Bayliner 4588 For Sale

    Well, As an exception to the rule of selling a boat being a happy day, this is not a happy day for me. However, I'm making a career move to start my own business and I need shop space for some manufacturing machines, milling machines, etc.. So we have gotten an accepted offer on a home with a big shop. That said, I have to sell the boat unfortunately. REALLY love this boat. She spent 13 yrs of her life before us in New Jersey with not a lot of use. Owner had a house on the water and would take the boat approximately 3-4 miles and anchor for a weekend. We have only owned it for just under 2 years and have been living aboard, travelling the east coast. We have taken her as far south as Charleston. Currently in mid-Virginia for hurricane season. She's been an AWESOME boat with minimal problems. We've taken very good care of her and hope that someone else will do the same. Current price is at $129,000 without a broker.. If we have to list it with a broker, it will go up to $139,000.. Please email me with any questions or for much more pictures. I can also take pics or video of anything you'd like. IF you would like to sea trial, please let me know when you'll be available and it will be weather contingent. We are on the Chesapeake Bay and it an get pretty rough. I have an entire PDF file with a complete ad we have been trying to post on some of the groups.

    Model: 4588 Pilothouse
    Year: 1989
    Length: 45 ft 4 in
    Beam: 14 ft 11 in
    Draft: 3 ft 6 in
    Hull Material: Fiberglass
    Cruising Speed: 7.5 kn
    Max Speed: 17 kn
    Max Bridge Clearance: 16 ft
    Cabin Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
    Displacement: 28000 lb
    Displacement Type: Dry load
    Windlass: Muir electric windlass
    Fuel Tanks Capacity: 504 gal
    Fuel Tanks Material: Aluminum
    Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 130 gal
    Holding Tank Capacity: 48 gal
    Holding Tanks Material: Plastic
    Number of single berths: 2
    Number of double berths: 2
    Number of Cabins: 3
    Number of Heads: 2
    Engine Make: Hino
    Primary Engines: Inboard
    Drive Type: Direct drive
    Fuel Type: Diesel
    Hours: Port 1632/Starboard 1550 (as of July 2019)
    Power: 220 hp
    Dripless propeller shaft seal systems
    Trim Tabs: Yes x4
    Galley: Up
    Princess electric stove/oven
    Whirlpool microwave
    GE refrigerator/freezer
    Whirlpool trash compactor
    Raritan ice maker
    Heating: Electric x4 (Pilot house heater has broken
    heating coil)
    Splendide Combo Washing Machine/Dryer
    Jabsco electric heads
    Rule (3) electric bilge pumps, midship and aft/stern
    Air Conditioning, Reverse air 3 stations
    Hot water heaters x2, 9 gallons each
    Central Vac
    Xantrex 4 bank 20 amp battery charger/conditioner
    Generator: Onan 12.5kw, Cummins powered
    Dinghy: Walker Bay 310D 2018 model Dinghy with
    2002 Yamaha 15hp 4 stroke
    Davit: Weaver davit system (not installed yet)
    Shore Power: 3x 50 amp shore power inlets
    2x 50’ 50amp shore power cords with Y
    adapter for 220v towers
    3x 50’ 30amp shore power cords with 50amp
    adapters for boat side
    Various power cords for special applications
    Canvas: Black canvas covers for pilot house
    windshield, flybridge helm, cockpit area, engine vents,
    flybridge to pilot house door, front bow seat,
    Sunbrella screen covers for side pilot house windows

    Upgrades done within the last 18 months
    Pilot House
     Upgraded electronics - Raymarine G-series
    systems. Retained old radar and depth finder
     Added AIS transceiver (Raymarine)
     Updated VHF radio (Standard Horizon w/
    Distress button)
     Red interior LED’s for night vision retention
    Electrical
     Added Watt/amp/volt LCD meters to power
    panel
     Added Xantrex Freedom X 3000 watt inverter
    with separate power panel and remote control
    panel
     Updated all salon and galley outlets with
    GFCI on each string
     Working on adding complete solar system. 6
    panels x 350 watts each and 8 190ah AGM
    batteries
    Salon
     New subflooring due to one rot spot from old
    leak and addition of center engine room hatch
     Installed new waterproof backed carpet and
    new padding – have additional carpet and
    padding for the remainder of the boat
     Modified the starboard salon cabinetry to
    increase cabinet depth and add pullout desk
     Installed 60” LG LED TV
     Replaced couch with a Bassett duel power
    reclining leather sofa that has power lumbar
    supports, power headrests and USB plugs
     Replaced all salon window tint with dark blue
    solar reflective tint
    Miscellaneous
     New gel/memory foam mattress in guest
    stateroom
     Replaced all bilge pumps
     Replaced port side engine coolant pump
     Replaced both impellers
     Forward toilet received a new pump assembly
     New bridge seating with plastic storage bases
     Upgraded captain and helm chairs
     Recent bottom paint (2017 season)
     Reconditioned and balanced spare props
     New freshwater pump and accumulator
     New laminate flooring in pilot house and
    companionway
     Most all DC lighting updated with LED bulbs
     Added push button combination door locks
    made by Lockey USA to all doors
     8 new dock lines, 4 with snubbers
    We have also purchased everything for a complete
    solar set-up. This includes 6-350 watt panels, 2
    Victron 100/70 controllers, 8 PowerSafe
    [email protected] batteries, cutoff switches, bus bars, fuse
    holders, cables, clamps, etc. We had intended to have
    a new support system built to replace the flybridge
    bimini and house the solar panels. As we have
    decided to sell the boat, this project is not complete.
    This equipment can be purchased for an additional
    $7,000.
    Current Known Issues:
     External rain leak inside Salon at Starboard
    side area between windows and ceiling.
    Replaced some rotted wood between ceiling
    and window frame. Still can not find this leak
    source. Leak at Flybridge door at the top
    center seam.
     Smaller 70 gallon freshwater tank has a crack
    and leaks into the mid bilge area.
     Area under the pilot house roof overhang is
    soft. A leak on the pilot house roof from the
    search light has deteriorated the overhang
    soffet material. This is not structural.
     Port pilot house door rollers need replacing.
     Washer/Dryer works fine as a dryer. Washer
    leaks once filled up to door level.
     Stove burners not working. Switch broken to
    go between burner vs. oven.
     One Salon port side sliding window glass pane
    is cracked. It’s a double layer piece of glass
    and the inside layer is the one cracked.
     Bathroom vent fans make a lot of noise. Will
    replace before sale.
     Trash Compactor functional but needs to be
    lubricated at gear mechanism.
     Top structure of radar arch needs to be
    reinforced.
    *Issues reflected in asking price

    #2
    $119,000... Priced for anti-broker... Talk to me..

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      #3
      Any known issues with moisture in the stringers? I have looked at a few of this model recently and found high moisture readings in the stringers on all three I viewed.
      Thanks
      Brian

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        #4
        Honestly, I have not had any issues, but to be honest, I have not checked it.. Surveyor did the hammer test on every area he could find. I did find some exposed screw holes in the area where the fresh water pump/fuel valves are. It was dry when I bought the boat. After getting aboard, discovered the accumulator had a crack and had sprayed that area for a couple days.. Checked it out when the bilge pump came on. that's when I noticed fine mist all over that area. I dried it out best I could and then left a dehumidifier down there. I don't have a moisture meter or I would check i out for you. Boat is moving to Gloucester Point, VA tomorrow to get listed with a broker. We will still be aboard for another month, unless it sells obviously. But then will be on the hard there. Marina is going to be York River Yacht Haven. If any of that changes, I'll mention it here. I apologize for not seeing this sooner. Been a busy few weeks. Best way to get ahold of me is thru [email protected]. or PM me and i'll get you my phone number. We live aboard, so have been taking care of any problem that pops up. I will ask around about borrowing a moisture meter.

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