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Bayliner 3587

  • Make: Bayliner
  • Model: 3587
  • Type: Aft Cabin
  • Year: 1995
  • Location: Lusby, Maryland, United States


If you are looking for a perfect floating condo, this boat is for you. This boat has three state rooms, twin air conditioners, generator, covered sun deck and much more. I am selling the boat because I just don't have the time to use it. I have owned the boat for about 3 years, and its been a great boat. Every year I have changed the engine/generators oil and changed engine impellers. The boat is still winterized and has not been started up yet this year. This boat came in 2 models, this model does not have a steering station downstairs, which is nice since that station never gets used, and it allows more room in the cabin. Please note, personal items such as bed linens, pillows, fans, etc., do not convey.

I have done to this boat since I have owned it:

1. Replaced the house batteries (2017).

2. Replaced the rear air conditioning system (2017).

3. Replaced waste line hoses for aft master bathroom (2018).

4. New Bimini Top (2017).

5. Had propellers reconditioned (2017).

6. The bilge vent cover on the starboard side is not the production vent cover. When I bought the boat, this cover was missing. This cover is not available, so I had to custom make one. I made a new cover from composite material/fiberglass.

7. The previous owner must have not tied boat up correctly and corner of swim platform rubbed against a floating dock and wore down to fiberglass. I repaired area with epoxy resin and re-painted swim platform.

8. The previous owner didn’t use the boat much so the fuel in the tanks went bad, I had fuel issues where the carbs kept getting clogged. I had Clean fuels come out and remove both fuel transducers and clean/pump out all fuel in the fuel tanks. Upon completion they had a camera and they showed me both tanks totally cleaned out. I also had 2 brand new Wema fuel transducers installed (google search wema sending units and you will find these are top of the line). Last summer, I was really busy with work and I knew I would not have time to use the boat so both fuel tanks are completely empty, and the engines are still winterized. When I winterized the engines, I connected a 5-gallon jug of treated non-ethanol fuel to the carbs so fuel would not sit in the tanks all winter.

Items I believe need to be fixed are:

1. The electric stove does not work, it didn’t work when I bought the boat, I have always used a Colman propane camp stove (it fits right on top of stove).

2. The bottom ladder step going down to the swim platform broke off. The stainless bar is in place which works fine but should be fixed.

3. Flow scan system not working. The flow scan system did not work when I bought the boat, I tried to get it to work with no success. The issue is it only shows RPM’s and hours from one engine (port engine). I have a second tachometer wired for the starboard engine, but it’s not mounted in the dashboard. I didn’t want to drill another hole in the dash, I was going to remove the flow scan unit and buy one tach the same hole size that gives both engines RPM’s. I only know hours from Port engine, but I assume starboard engine has approximately same hours.

4. The lock on the cabin door does not work, it never worked when I got the boat, for winter storage I would just use a cable/lock to lock cabin.

5. Windlass needs a missing part. The windlass operates up and down, but it is missing two pieces on top.

6. The cabin on this boat has what is called “puck lights”, they are a bunch of 3” lights with plastic covers. Several of the plastic covers are missing and need to be ordered. I have the info on where to get replacement covers.

7. The sofa in the main salon has a stain on it, it has been stained since I bought the boat. Its fine completely usable I just wanted to point it out.

This boat is not in mint/cherry condition (as you can see from the items I described above) but every boat needs minor items fixed, but I believe for a boat of its age it’s in good condition. I took into account the items that need to be fixed in my price, you will not find another 3587 for this price (do a search for others for sale).

Please message me here or call 410-507-4193 with any questions. Thanks, Kevin

Popy yachts/yacht brokers, please do not call me I do not need help selling this boat.

The specifications are:

LOA: 37 ft 3 in
Beam: 13 ft 1 in
LWL: 34 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 6 in
Displacement: 22000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 12 ft 2 in
Deadrise: 10 ° at Transom
Twin Mercruiser 7.4L carb gas engines FWC (872 hours).
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (77 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (110 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 (34 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
Inside Equipment
Battery charger
Air conditioning
Electric bilge pump
Microwave oven
Manual bilge pump
Two Marine heads
Hot water
Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 12V

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