DESIGNING THE BAYLISS WALKAROUND

In 2011, a request for a 90′ sportfisherman yacht was presented to us from the Singularis sportfishing team. We pushed our previous limits and were able to successfully design, build, and deliver the longest sportfisherman our company has built to date. When the same owner came back with requests that ultimately led to the idea…

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Wave Paver (Bayliss 75′) Delivered

We are excited to announce the completion of Wave Paver, our latest 75’ custom sportfishing yacht to hit the water. Now that our work on the project is finished, we look back with pride to just over two years ago when her owners approached us to discuss their second build. It is an honor to…

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20 YEARS BUILDING QUALITY

This month, we celebrate a major milestone: 20 years of building quality custom sportfishing yachts. From the beginning, there was no way we could know how much we would accomplish over our first two decades as a company. Since April 15, 2002, we have completed 32 builds, expanded our facilities beyond what we thought possible,…

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Old Reliable (Bayliss 72′) Delivered

Photo: Austin Coit Old Reliable was built to be an effective and efficient offshore fly fishing weapon. Upon comparison, you will see many similarities between Hull 5 and Hull 25, as Smith became adapted to many qualities on the original boat. With 14 years between the builds, there was also great opportunity for modernization and…

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Seven (Bayliss 62′) Delivered

In late November, Bayliss Boatworks delivered its most recent build to its owners, the 62-foot Seven; the first owners to enjoy two BBW christenings. She was a product of over 42,000 man-hours and nearly 19 months of labor; Seven is geared to fish efficiently as possible.  Seven’s hull will not be mistaken for any other…

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On the Fly – Record Breaking Offshore Fly Fishing

For those who follow offshore fly fishing, Nick Smith needs no introduction. He has been at the forefront of the sport for nearly two decades and continues to set impressive records each year on his 64′ Bayliss yacht. We’d be hard pressed to find anyone more passionate about the sport than Smith, and we’re fortunate…

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Bayliss Equipment

Here at Bayliss, we’re in a constant state of evolution. We concentrate on refining previous tried and true techniques, making them better. One way we have been able to do this is by embracing innovative boat building equipment. These are a few of the pieces of equipment we have added to our belt over the…

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Timeless Interiors

We pride ourselves on the fact that our Bayliss custom yacht interiors are some of the most striking in the industry. It is important that the quality of the materials and the functionality and execution of the design ultimately shine through.  Although the appearance of a custom Bayliss yacht interior looks clean and simple, the…

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Salty Tiger (Bayliss 62′) Delivered

Bayliss Boatworks’ most recent build, the 62’ Salty Tiger, was delivered to her owners in July 2020. She was a product of over 38,000 man-hours and nearly 18 months of labor. Salty Tiger’s custom transom artwork has garnered more attention than any other element on this build. However, she also features a teak cockpit deck and coverboards, with…

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2020 Bayliss Bulletin

Check out our latest Bayliss Bulletin! The Bulletin is an annual newsletter which provides updates for our owners, vendors, customers, and friends. This issue is filled with new construction updates, recent deliveries, and boatyard updates. We have also included some sound advice on choosing propellers for your boat, our interior carpentry process, and a feature…

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Blue View (Bayliss 78′)

In May, Bayliss Boatworks unveiled their most recent 78’ build, Blue View (Hull 24). This build was commissioned by the previous owner of the Bayliss 68’ Blue View (Hull 8), now Singularis. Blue View was a product of over 71,000 man hours and nearly 30 months of labor. The exterior of Blue View (Bayliss 78’) is outfitted…

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Descaling 101

Descaling AC Lines and Raw Water Systems with the Bayliss Boatworks Mechanical Department When you’re fishing on a hot, humid day, it’s hard not to appreciate the cool air filtering through the cabin. But have you considered how your air conditioning system works and the potential problems that could arise without regular maintenance? In marine…

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