Bayliss 62′: Salty Tiger

You never have to apologize for your boat being too fast.

Salty Tiger (Bayliss 62′)┬áis a product of over 38,000 man-hours and nearly 18 months of labor.

Salty Tiger is powered by MTU M96L 12V engines, each with 1,920 horsepower. Her top speed was registered at over 47.5-knots at completion. This top end speed translates to a 41.5-knot cruise at 2150 (80% load). The engine room also contains two 25kw Northern Lights generators, an Imtra hydraulic bow thruster, and emergency pump out valving. The pump shelf contains a Dometic dual-chilled water A/C, an FCI water maker with dockside purification capabilities, and the new Bayliss Boatworks freshwater cooling system for all mechanical components. For stabilization she is equipped with a Seakeeper 9 forward and Seakeeper 6 aft. Read more about Salty Tiger.

Specifications

Start Date: Fall 2018

Completed: July 2020

Length: 62'9"

Beam: 18'3"

Draft: 5'4"

Power: (2) MTU 12V2000M96L @ 1920 hp each

Gyro: (1) Seakeeper 9 & (1) Seakeeper 6

Top Speed: 47.5

Cruise Speed: 41.5

Genset: (2) 25 kw Northern Lights

Fuel Capacity: 1,800 gallons

Water Capacity: 250 gallons

Water Maker: FCI 1,800 gallon per day with a dockside processor

Interior Layout: Three stateroom, Two-head, Tackle/Freezer room

Bridge Layout: Peninsula console, with starboard bench seat and storage