Here's our boat for those who asked. We lucked into a 35' Bayliner that's in exceptionally good condition. Click here for a short description of the name.
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(Click on the pictures to see additional images.)
This is the aft (rear) cabin. Directly above it is the aft deck. I don't have a wide-enough-angle lens to show the whole bed at once.
This is the aft deck. Below it (down the stairs on the left) is the swim platform with a handheld shower.
The counter has a sink and cutting board on top and an ice maker in the center section beneath the sink. The other two compartments are for storage.
Looking down into the forward cabin from the saloon. The dinette is on the immediate left and the lower helm is on the right.
The forward cabin has a double bed. To the right is the forward head. To the left is another double cabin called the mid berth.
Here's the forward head (bathroom). Pull the curtain over the window and one over the door and the entire room becomes a shower. (This is a commercial photograph. Ours has ash wood, not the teak shown here.)
Three views of the galley. It contains a double sink, 3-burner electric stove with oven, microwave, and full size refrigerator/freezer. The woodwork throughout the boat is ash.
Looking forward into the saloon from the aft cabin. On the immediate right is the electric distribution and control panel. Next is the saloon sofa. The lower helm station is forward of that. You can see down into the forward cabin beyond the helm.
The forward and aft cabins are down; galley and saloon are up.
Here's the captain on the flybridge. (He has the admiral's permission to use the title "captain.")
St. Michaels Marina Slips
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