Bayliss 68′: Singularis

Originally built as Seven - Now Named Singularis

Originally built as Seven, the now-named Singularis has a three stateroom/three head layout, and a simply-designed cockpit. Both the air-conditioned bridge and air-actuated rod storage beneath the galley dinette is a sure sign of a seamless blending of fishing and luxury.


Completed: April 2007

Length: 68 feet

Beam: 19 feet, 3 inches

Draft: 5 feet, 3 inches

Power: (2) C/32A CAT @ 1800 horsepower each

Genset: (2) 25 kw Northern Lights

Dry Weight: 77,000 pounds

Fuel Capacity: 2300 gallons

Water Capacity: 450 gallons

Holding Tank: 200 gallons

Interior Layout: 1 – MSR FWD / 1 Crew SR STBD / 1 Guest Port / Teak interior with actuated storage 3 heads with showers

Cockpit Layout: Mezzanine style stainless steel grill / freezer / tackle storage / bait box / in deck ice bin

Bridge Layout: Peninsula style console freezer and refrigerated drink box

Extra: tower / teak cockpit and cover boards / golden teak interior / corner hawse pipes / recessed cleats / four exterior washdowns / power salon door / tunnels / actuated rod storage under dinette / air-conditioned bridge and engine room / built-in dinghy outboard motor storage