Bayliner 3488 — By
Tim Clark — April 2001
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comforts of the saloon are commensurate with the conveniences of the teak-trimmed
galley, which include a Norcold below-counter refrigerator, a stainless
steel double sink, two-burner stove (LPG or electric), and microwave/convection
oven. When meals are ready, you can extend the leaves and raise the teak
table to dining level before the port-side settee. Stowage beneath this
settee is ample, with deep compartments taking full advantage of available
space. Likewise, there is plenty of room for belongings in the forward
stateroom in hull-side shelves, a starboard hanging locker, three drawers
built into the double berth, and a compartment beneath the mattress. The
common-access head with shower and optional VacuFlush MSD is port of a
midcabin with a recessed double berth that kids should enjoy for its novelty
and adults should appreciate for its roominess.
This article originally appeared in the January 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.