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 Posted: Tue Mar 20th, 2018 11:47 pm
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1984 24' Bayliner 2450 Ciera Command Bridge Cabin CruiserSolid fiberglass hull.
Overall good condition. Was run most recently in November on an overnighter in the Sea of Cortez.
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-qTKhpcRx8Full specs: [url=http://bayliner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/1984-Ciera-2450-Command-Bridge-Spec-Sheet.pdfFeatures:¬†Gas]http://bayliner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/1984-Ciera-2450-Command-Bridge-Spec-Sheet.pdfFeatures: Gas[/url]
Volvo Penta 225hpDual helmThree berths: double v-berth fore, twin berth on port side, and converting dining area. Reasonably sleeps 4 adults. 2300w Inverter Fish finder  Anchor and rode.  Swim platform. Porta Potti, never used.  Includes 4-wheel trailer.  Starter battery and two deep-cycle batteries.  
Recent service (October 2017):Transom replacedClutch cable replaced  Engine serviced, disassembled and cleaned.  New Starter  New bilge pump  Carburetor rebuilt  
New trailer jack  Starter battery checked and is good.
Condition:Overall good. Missing windshield. Needs radio (but we have one for sale). Inside is very clean, upholstery nearly perfect, exterior is dinged up in places. Tires have about 300 miles on them (mainly from Phoenix to San Carlos). Gas gauge needs calibration. I need to check the engine hours in person, but I think it's about 1200. 
There is no running water--it would need a tank and pump (about $150 for parts).Legal: registered with the US Coast Guard. Trailer registered in AZ. Mexico temporary import permit one year old (out of ten years).We've had her for about a year. Before that she was in dry storage in Phoenix, taking day trips to Lake Pleasant. After doing all the work on her, we realized that we wanted something bigger that we can sail. So, we're getting a much larger sailboat.

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Sorry I'm late replying...traveling...Asking price $7900 USD

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1984 24' Bayliner 2450 Ciera Command Bridge Cabin Cruiser
Solid fiberglass hull.
New Special San Carlos price of $6900 USDOverall good condition. Was run most recently in November on an overnighter in the Sea of Cortez.Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-qTKhpcRx8Full specs: http://bayliner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/1984-Ciera-2450-Command-Bridge-Spec-Sheet.pdfFeatures: Gas Volvo Penta 225hpDual helmThree berths: double v-berth fore, twin berth on port side, and converting dining area. Reasonably sleeps 4 adults. 2300w Inverter Fish finder  Anchor and rode.  Swim platform. Porta Potti, never used.  Includes 4-wheel trailer.  Starter battery and two deep-cycle batteries.  Recent service (October 2017):Transom replacedClutch cable replaced  Engine serviced, disassembled and cleaned.  New Starter  New bilge pump  Carburetor rebuilt  New trailer jack.  Starter battery checked and is good.Condition:Overall good. Missing windshield. Needs radio (but we have one for sale). Inside is very clean, upholstery nearly perfect, exterior is dinged up in places. Tires have about 300 miles on them (mainly from Phoenix to San Carlos). Gas gauge needs calibration. I need to check the engine hours in person, but I think it's about 1200. There is no running water--it would need a tank and pump (about $150 for parts).Legal: registered with the US Coast Guard. Trailer registered in AZ. Mexico temporary import permit one year old (out of ten years).We've had her for about a year. Before that she was in dry storage in Phoenix, taking day trips to Lake Pleasant. After doing all the work on her, we realized that we wanted something bigger that we can sail. So, we're getting a much larger sailboat.

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