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Bayliner 175
(5,33 m) - 2011

Layout :

  • Length : 5,33 m (17' 5")
  • Beam: 2,10 m (6'11'')
  • Draft (hull): 0.43 m (1'5'')
  • Draft (max.): 0.86 m (2'10'')
  • Engine: Mercruiser 135 HP 3.0MPI 4 cylinders

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 2,38 M XPF / 19 900 €

1st owned, excellent condition. 6 persons, perfect for rides in the lagoon, watersports, with the family or friends !

Always dry-stored after use, regular professional maintenance.

Interior fittings :

Helm station on starboard

  • Windshield with opening part
  • 2 passenger seats aft
  • 2 passenger seats opposite
  • 2 seats at helm station level
  • 2 seats and sun deck fore
  • Central seats convert into lounge position

Listing :

Design and history

Polyester powerboat, Bayliner 175 BR model dayboat, 2011, built by Bayliner, one of the first current recreational boats builder: dayboats, family powerboats, offering very good quality to price rate, and dedicated to watersports and recreational use, fulfilling boaters expectations, for day trips at sea, ski towing, wakeboard, etc.
She was bought new by the current owner.



MERCRUISER 3.0MPI 4 cylinders 135 HP
(4 stars super ultra low emission engine)
Power-assisted steering
Fuel tank 79 liters (21 US gal.)
Quick oil drain system: pipe mounted on the oil tank


Ski-tow tower (wakeboard mast)
Wakeboards rack
Bimini top
12-V socket
Music player


Complete gear, navigation lights
Electric bilge pump
Bilge blower


Carpet inside
Boat hook
Bathing ladder

Last modified : 24/08/2018


The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.

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