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  • potbuilder
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    Originally posted by tlingitwarrior View Post
    Having built a brand new Bayweld, this is significantly more than my build, but then again its nearly 10 feet longer. Steve I though you hated Volvo engines? I would love to have a boat like this up here. I'm curious to what your guess is on MPG of this setup is at cruise, and what that cruise speed is?
    just i don't like volvo's doesn't mean they are bad engines, when set up correctly they seem to last. I'd bet that boat would cruise along at 16-18 knots but don't have any idea of fuel burn maybe 15-16 gal/hour ?? There are lots of nice boats back east for sale for less money than this one, finished lighter so they would go better.
    Here's a nice one a bit smaller, i have the same hull i'm rebuilding. Close the back of the house off and you'd have a tank of a rig.


    32’ BHM Downeast Charter/Tuna & family vessel is turnkey and ready for offshore Tuna &
    Charter fishing or if you are looking to just cruise the coast. She is equipped with a Cummins
    250BHA w/ 7K hours and cruises at 14kts. She has been meticulously maintained and updated
    and includes all the amenities for offshore fishing, up to date safety equipment, 32’ slip at
    Port Harbor Marine for the 2020 season, plus much much more. $110,000
    Call or email for a complete list of details: John Harmon @ (207)415-0957
    harmon2@maine.rr.com

    BOAT DETAILS
     Hull/Make: BHM
     Hull Style: Downeast / Lobster
     Year: 1996
     Length: 31’9”
     Beam: 11’.9”
     Motor: Cummins BHA -250hp
     Fuel Type: Diesel
     Fuel Capacity: Dual 75 Gal tanks = 150gals
     Cruising Speed: 14kts
     Hull Material: Solid Glass
     Builder: Atlantic Boat Company, Brookline, Maine
    Navigational Equipment
    - Garmin GPS4212: Chartplotter, w/spit screen options for Chartplotter/Depth & Fish Finder & Radar
    - Garmin Radar: HD18
    - Airmar SS270W Transducer: Dual 50 & 200KHz
    - Furuno – GP-32 - GPS/WAAS
    - Simrad – Ap28 Autopilot
    - (2)ICOM GPS VHF Radios
    - Compass (Ritchie)flush mounted
    - Wheel house LED lighting (12 Volt)
    - Dual AFI Window Wipers (12 Volt)
    Safety Equipment
    - 6 Man Solaris Lift raft (inspected April 2020)
    - ACR EPIRB: Model (RLB-38) w/hydro release(new battery May 2020)
    -Survival Suits (6)
    - 0-50mile Flare Kit (exp.4/2023)
    - (3) Hand Held Fire Extinguishers
    - Searchlight (12 V)
    Mechanical
    - Cummins BHA -250hp w/7K hrs
    - Dual steering stations: Wheel house controls & Rear tiller Steering w/throttle controls
    - Transmission: Twin Disc 506
    - Heat Exchanger (serviced 2014)
    - Fuel Tanks (two 75gal)=150 gal capacity
    - Saltwater Wash Down
    - Dual Rule Bilge Pumps w/high water alarm & dual auto switches
    - Engine Alarms (high temp & high temp exhaust)
    - Waste Holding Tank
    - Exhaust System (Wet thru stern)
    - Throttle Controls (Kobelt/w/33 Series X-treme cables (26’ & 18’)
    - Raw Water Sea Strainers
    - Stern Bearing: Cutlass Bearing
    - Propeller: H&H 28LH25
    - Shaft: Stainless Steel 1.75'
    - Port & Stab Rail Fuel Fills w/exterior vents & thru deck access
    -Racor Water Separator
    - Forward Bulk Head(Plywood/fiberglass reinforced overlay)
    - Stuffing Box: wet
    Electrical Systems
    - 120v AC Outlets (shore power & generator ready)
    - 12 V DC Outlets
    - GFI Outlets
    - LED Navigational Lighting
    - Wheel house LED lighting (12 Volt)
    - V Berth & Head LED Lighting (12 Volt)
    - Dual Battery Bank w/switch (2-Exide Nautilus Deep Cycle (Updated Aug.2019)
    - Isolated starting Battery w/switch (Updated Aug.2019)
    - Battery Charger
    - Fuse Panel
    - LED Deck Lighting (12 V)
    (2)12” LED Port/Starboard Mast Lights
    (2)24” LED Bow/Stern Mast Lights

    - (2)High Sodium lighting (110V)
    - (2)Stern mounted Abyss LED under water lights (blue)
    Accommodations & Finishes
    - Windows (2 sliders windows)(Diamond Sea Glaze)installed 2012
    - Full Canvas Winter back
    - Full Canvas isin glass curtains w/door
    -Jacob Saltwater head system
    - Built in storage shelves
    - Storage (Forward Storage under Bench/stern gear locker/bow under vberth storage)
    - Hanging Locker
    - Microwave
    - Kenwood Stereo System w/MP3 jack, 500wMarine Amp w/hard mounted pollk speakers
    - (2 )Flat screen TV’s Cable ready w/built in DVD players and hard wired mast mounted TV Antenna
    - (4)Port Holes & Vberth hatch(installed 2013)
    - (2) Forward Mounted Helm Chairs
    - (2)Wheel house cushioned benches seats 6 comfortably
    Fishing & Deck Gear
    -Swinging Gin pole
    -55 Gallon – Kodiak Live Well
    -(11)Lee swivel rod holders
    -(2) Lee Stationary rod holder
    -8 Rod stainless rocket launcher
    -4 (130class)Lee wheel house road hangers
    -12 slot rod holder storage in Vberth
    -10 slot hanging rod system
    -Lee outriggers
    - Stainless Bow Rail system
    - Saltwater Washdown
    - Rear tiller Steering & throttle controls
    - Tackle Storage – 3 under seat compartments
    - Rub Rails
    -Under Rub Rails storage hangers
    - Bow splash rails
    - Ventilation (Forward Trunk Cabin Hatch, & 4 flip port style windows)
    - Deck Hatches (4)Glass Flush mounted
    -Forward Anchor locker























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  • akvaak
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    I’d say the same thing about Bayweld as I do about the pots that potbuilder builds - you pay what you get for. Premium quality demands a premium price.


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  • SmokeRoss
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    Originally posted by copperlake View Post

    Pretty funny! You must know something that I don't know because 'less than 1k hours' on a Cummins means it's just broken in!
    Ad says it's not running, has engine problems.

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  • tlingitwarrior
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    Having built a brand new Bayweld, this is significantly more than my build, but then again its nearly 10 feet longer. Steve I though you hated Volvo engines? I would love to have a boat like this up here. I'm curious to what your guess is on MPG of this setup is at cruise, and what that cruise speed is?

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  • copperlake
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    Originally posted by SmokeRoss View Post

    Right after you put a boat load of money into the engine.
    Pretty funny! You must know something that I don't know because 'less than 1k hours' on a Cummins means it's just broken in!

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  • SmokeRoss
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    Originally posted by copperlake View Post
    I'll take this: https://kenai.craigslist.org/boa/d/h...141071484.html

    And for less than the cost of the outboards on a BW, a boat that you can actually go somewhere in!
    Right after you put a boat load of money into the engine.

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  • copperlake
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    I'll take this: https://kenai.craigslist.org/boa/d/h...141071484.html

    And for less than the cost of the outboards on a BW, a boat that you can actually go somewhere in!

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  • potbuilder
    started a topic for not much more $$ than a Bayweld

    for not much more $$ than a Bayweld

    what a rig for Seward Homer or Southeast
    https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/200...house-2859256/

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