Bayliss Boatworks 68′ is a fully custom 68-foot cold molded sportfish yacht designed and built by Bayliss Boatworks in 2010. She is powered by recently rebuilt twin Caterpillar C-32 ACERT (1925 hp) marine diesel engines and twin 30kw Northern Lights generators.
Gratitude effortlessly demonstrates how fishing and luxury can go hand in hand. From the teak aft bulkhead to the organic curves of the interior teak, (not to mention, bottomless tackle storage), Gratitude is a unique piece.“Details” is the key descriptor for this vessel. She must be seen to be fully appreciated.
Hull 11 (Bayliss 68′) in the news:
Completed: March 2010
Length: 68 feet
Beam: 19 feet, 3 inches
Draft: 5 feet, 2 inches
Power: (2) C/32A CAT @ 1925 horsepower each
Genset: (2) 30 kw Northern Lights
Dry Weight: 85,000 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 2600 gallons
Water Capacity: 450 gallons
Water Maker: 1800 gallons per day
Holding Tank: 200 gallons
Interior Layout: 4 staterooms 3 heads with showers
Cockpit Layout: Mezzanine style stainless steel grill, freezer, tackle storage, bait box, in-deck ice bin, A/C, tuna tubes, and 3 livewells
Bridge Layout: Center console with 3 helm chairs and wrap-around seating fwd freezer, refrigerated drink box, grill, A/C
Extra: Gratitude features a four stateroom, three head layout with a salon and galley that includes a dinette and bar stools for seating. The interior shows virtually no wear or tear along with recent renewals of the soft goods and surfaces. The salon centers around an L-shaped sofa with storage beneath, to port, as well as a cocktail table. A cabinet with a Samsung television on an electric lift is positioned on the starboard side with a drawer containing liquor storage. Exterior paint, brightwork, teak decks, coverboards, and hardware are nearly perfect. Exterior cushions and covers have also been recently renewed. She has a full anodized aluminum palm beach tower tuna tower and Rupp quad-spreader hydraulic outriggers. All machinery spaces are fully painted in exterior quality paint with well-lit with overhead lighting. The engine room is accessed via gasketed watertight doors from the pump room or from the mezzanine via a lift up hatch below the seating area.