Bayliss Boatworks flips the hull on new 67-foot vessel

Bayliss Boatworks of Wanchese successfully flipped the hull of this new 67-foot vessel. [Courtesy Bayliss Boatworks]

Overtime, the newest 67-foot vessel by Bayliss Boatworks, is sitting right side up after a successful hull flip earlier this month.

Construction began on Overtime last summer and is expected to be delivered to it’s owners in early 2022. Like all Bayliss Boatworks builds, she is designed and custom built to fish as effectively as possible, the Wanchese-based company said in a news release.

When finished, the Overtime will have three staterooms, two heads and a washer dryer. [Courtesy Bayliss Boatworks]

Overtime will be powered by twin CAT C32s at 1,925 mhp and stabilized by a Seakeeper 18. Other main mechanical components include two 25kw Northern Lights generators and a Furuno Omni sonar. She will also receive the standard proprietary Bayliss Boatworks freshwater cooling system for all mechanical components.

Other standard features will include a chilled water air-conditioning system, custom refrigeration, and a custom livewell configuration. The interior layout will consist of three staterooms, two heads with a day head and a custom tackle room.

Bayliss Boatworks also has a 72-footer and 75-footer under construction in their Wanchese facility.

General Specifications:

LOA: 67’ 6”

Beam: 19’ 3”

Fuel: Approx. 2,100 gal.

Water: Approx. 250 gallons; single integral tank

Water Maker: One FCI 1,850 gallon per day

Power: Twin CAT C32 at 1,925 mhp

Stabilization: Seakeeper 18

Genset: Two Northern Lights 25kw

Interior Layout: 3 Staterooms, 2 Heads with Day head. Tackle room, rod closet, and washer dryer.

Bridge Layout: Portside peninsula console. Benchseat forward with single lid access to dry storage.

Overtime will be powered by twin CAT C32s at 1,925 mhp and stabilized by a Seakeeper 18. [Photo courtesy Bayliss Boatworks]

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