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On the Drawing Board: Bayliss 60

The first walkaround design from the noted custom builder

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Bayliss Boatworks 60 on the drawing board.
Sequentis will be powered by a pair of MTU 12V2000 M96X engines. Performance is expected to be outstanding. Courtesy Bayliss Boatworks

In early January 2022, Bayliss Boatworks in Wanchese, North Carolina, began construction on its newest project: Hull No. 30, Sequentis. This 60-foot custom sport-fisher will have 360 degrees of fishability and will be the first walkaround build for Bayliss, whose design department is working closely with the owners to make sure the vessel will best fit their needs.

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Progress on the cold-molded hull is well underway. Sequentis will feature a salon and galley, day head to starboard, and a forward stateroom with utilized custom storage throughout. Hand-selected teak will make up the raised bridge and walkaround decking, as well as the transom.

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Sequentis will be powered by two MTU 12V2000 M96X engines and will have a fuel capacity of 1,650 gallons, giving her excellent performance and range. The fully loaded displacement will be 82,500 pounds.

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The ­express-style build will have one Seakeeper 18 and a 25 kW Northern Lights generator, and will be equipped with the latest in marine ­electronics.

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This article originally appeared in the April/May issue of Marlin.

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