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Supreme luxury with the steadfast dependability of Caterpillar propulsion, this Avanti has been well-cared for and used just enough to keep her in perfect running order (1750 hours), while preserving her impressive interior condition.
Very few of these Avanti's were produced. The 4085 Avanti was a good example of Bayliner’s market prowess—a lot of boat for the money. Built on a solid fiberglass modified-V hull with a relatively wide beam, her midcabin floorplan is arranged with double berths in both staterooms and a convertible U-shaped lounge and full galley in the salon.
Note that each stateroom has a privacy door (rather than curtains), and the head is fitted with a separate stall shower. The amidships lounge/stateroom has a small sofa and partial standing headroom at the entrance. On deck, there’s a doublewide seat at the helm followed by a large circular settee aft (with a removable table) and a full wet bar to port. The Avanti’s deep swim platform can store a personal watercraft.
This rare cruiser is even more rare in that she is propelled by a pair of the venerable 375hp Caterpillar 3208's. Additional features include a gas-assist engineroom hatch, side-dumping exhausts and a reverse arch.
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