Bayliner 652 Cuddy
2006 Bayliner 652 Cuddy Cabin powered with a Mercruiser 4.3L MPI inboard engine on a SBS bunked trailer.
A good sized cuddy that is easy to launch and recover, previously used on Lough Erne.
This boat has the following equipment onboard:
• Brand new tonneau cover fitted
• Overall PVC winter cover (not shown in the photographs)
• Full canopy enclosure
• Extended swim platform with stainless steel boarding ladder
• Stainless steel towing ring
• Stainless steel bow rails
• Stainless steel cleats
• Self draining bow locker for storing anchor
• Split windscreen for access to front deck
• Blue hull sides colour
• Pilot and co-pilot bucket seating with flip up bolsters
• Cockpit table on pole
• Full dash board instrumentation for engine
• Radio stereo
• Eagle Cuda fish finder / depth finder
• Self draining cockpit floor
• Sliding cabin door designed with built in steps for bow access
• Electric and manual bilge pumps
• Battery isolator switch
• Navigation lights
• Cabin bow cushions
• Cabin sunroof
This boat has been well maintained and serviced by McAleese Marine on behalf of the previous owner.
Price: £13,750.00 ( €15,715.00) - No VAT on used boats or equipment.
Location: Scarva, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland
Euro (€) price is for guidance only and will depend on the exchange rate applicable at the time of purchase.
Builder: Brunswick Corporation, USA
Maximum Engines: 1
Drive type: Sterndrive
Fuel: Petrol (Gas)
Fuel Tank: Integrated
Fuel Capacity:140 Litres
Water Tank Capacity: 38.7 Litres
Length Over All: 6.60m / 22' 0"
Beam: 2·49m / 8' 0"
Maximum draft: 0.91m / 3' 0"
Hull Type: Deep V
Hull Material: Glass Fibre
Displacement: 1125 kg
Maximum Persons: 8
Deadrise: 19 degrees
Mercruiser® 4.3L MPI 220HP inboard engine with Alpha sterndrive
MPI - Multi point fuel injection
186 engine hours - engine print out available
APS hull design - extended plane running surface
BAYLINER BOATS – The Bayliner 652 Cuddy
Of all the great features that the Bayliner 652 Cuddy Cabin has under its cap, perhaps the most significant—and most impressive—feature is its incredible versatility, an aspect that every Bayliner 652 Cuddy boat owner will attest to.
For starters, you can effortlessly tow the Bayliner 652 Cuddy with you on your trips as she is appropriately trailerable. Adventure out at sea never got better than with the Bayliner 652 Cuddy which can carry up to about 8 people for those delightful sea excursions. Very comfy seating for about 6 people can be found in her superb layout, and if this should not pick your interest, then you could make use of her nice swim platform or just head down into the cabin and relax or take a nap there. She cruises beautifully and is a great partner to help you unwind and relax as you skirt the waters…
The cockpit of the Bayliner 652 Cuddy Cabin boasts an easy-to-clean finish which is lined by fibreglass that is self-bailing for easier and more convenient cleaning at the cockpit. Safety has been incorporated around the cockpit by the inclusion of very vital grip railings that crew members can hold onto as they move about or as they take to the forward to get first-hand experience of the cuddy’s cruise. Crew members will also find the beverage cup holders very handy and this could further be completed by the inclusion of a cockpit table which comes as an optional feature. Storage space for those nitty-gritty items at the cockpit can be found at the canvas-made storage compartment. Sun basking facilities are in plenty at the cockpit. To port is a lounger seat which can be converted to a sun-lounger seat in a simple way. To aft, in addition to the aft bench for several people, is yet another sun-lounger seat that is equally great for sun bathing. When direct sunshine is what you don’t want, the optional cockpit cover makes great use for this, if not the bootable Bimini top or the bootable convertible top which can be complemented with aft and side curtains.
Forward the 652 Cuddy cockpit you at first glance spot the helm bucket seat situated at the helm station. Any captain would agree that the 652 Cuddy’s helm is like a one-stop shop with everything closely available and easily accessible. In addition to an accessory outlet of 12V, the binnacle includes an array of instrumentation as well: oil pressure gauge, fuel gauge, trim gauge, temperature gauge, voltmeter, speedometer, and a tachometer. With her wadded steering wheel, tilt steering as well as power aided rack and pinion steering can be achieved. Some engine controls are mounted to the side and these are such as the tilt switch and the trim.
The hull of the Bayliner 652 Cuddy Cabin boasts a vinyl ester top coat for a sleek finish. All the intentions of mooring or towing the 652 Cuddy will be facilitated by the mooring (anchor) cleats and the stainless steel towing ring on her hul. As a safety measure, deck railings have been secured firmly into the hull. Her windshield (wraps around) also has a safety glass which is coupled with an opening hatch. Storage facilities for all your sailing equipment are provided by the 2 lockers, for the bow roller and for the anchor. The transom cleverly incorporates a swim platform and a swim ladder for easier climbing onboard or off board.
Stepping into the cabin of the Bayliner 652 Cuddy, you’re ushered in by the sliding door that leads to the cabin—lockable and with a few steps down to go below the deck. The cabin door steps lead you to a fully equipped, vinyl detailed cabin that’s lit up by overhead lights when natural light dims away into the night. There are two berths; one is a V-shaped, spacious berth that has cosy cushions for that afternoon kip or a night spent onboard. Below the V-berth, more storage compartments can be found for storage of berth utilities. Fresh water access points in the cabin include the sink outlet and the transom shower. Forward the cabin is the translucent bow hatchway that opens up for ventilation to the lower deck. The head facility is provided by a porta pottie toilet.
Bayliner’s 652 Cuddy requires just one engine; she uses a standard engine of 3 litre displacement, Alpha I MerCruiser of 135 HP. It’s a powerful yet economical engine that uses diesel/ petrol and is shaft drive/ inboard. Her engine compartment comprises of a 1900 litre bilge pump and a 12V blower—noting that she uses a four-stroke. Her engine feeds from her fuel tank whose capacity is 132.5 litres. Optional engine packages offer different horse powers within 120-300 HP; varying as either gas, petrol or diesel powered; and they could be shaft drive or stern drive.