The Bayliner 3888 has long been recognized as a good value for those seeking a comfortable diesel cruiser with only about a thousand built. Built on a lowdeadrise modified-V hull, the key feature of the 3888 was her innovative midcabin floorplan with a double berth that extends under the salon sole.
A lower helm was standard in the salon and on the flybridge there’s seating for three.
Fuel consumption at cruising speed is about a mile per gallon, which makes the 3888 an extremely fuel-efficient boat.
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Listing Broker: Hugh Layton / Marty Veenhuis
Enter into the main salon there is an U shaped dinette to port with a table. To starboard most aft is an L shaped wet bar with sink, icemaker and storage. Forward of this is the lower helm equipped with VHF. As you move farther forward, walk down 3 stairs to a U shaped galley on the starboard side. Galley is equipped with double stainless steel sink with H/C pressurised water, 3 burner propane stove and oven, refrigeration with separate freezer, microwave oven and lots of storage space. Forward of this is the head with marine toilet with holding tank and macerator pum, as well as an integral shower with sump pump. Opposite this is the guest state room that has a double. Forward of this is the V berth with a centerline double with storage outboard and an ensuite head that has a separate shower stall and sump pump.
There is holly and teak sole throughout the boat as well as 3 opening hatches and 5 opening ports.
Electric windlass with anchor roller, anchor and rode
Bow and stern cleats
Upper helm has captains chair with lounge seating and Radar arch
Open aft deck
Swim platform with ladder and walk through transom door
Twin 210 HP 6 cylinder closed loop cooling engines with approximately 300 hours on them
Omni 4 KW diesel raw water cooled generator 50 hours
12v DC/110 AC power with shore power and cord
House battery and starting battery
Compass mounted at the helm
Fenders and dock lines
Mooring cover for upper helm