The Majesty 62’s sleek profile conceals the skillful design of her decks, which include saloon and dining space, 4 guest cabins, 3 heads and separate accommodation for the crew. The fly-bridge is designed to maximize outside space making this the perfect choice for leisure cruising. The elegance of her design continues into the sleeping quarters, with the owner’s cabin being situated mid ship allowing large windows to bring the feel of light and space to the lower deck.
|Engine power||2 x 800 HP|
|Generator power||28 kW, 50 Hz|
|LOA||61 ft 7 in (18.80 m)|
|Beam||16 ft 4 in (5.00 m)|
|Draft||4 ft 10 in (1.50 m)|
|Displacement||30 t approx.|
|Fuel tanks||1,000 US gal (3,785 l)|
|Fresh water tanks||150 US gal (570 l)|
|Black water tanks||65 US gal (240 l)|
|Grey water tanks||35 US gal (130 l)|
Your Day on the Water just got better!
Serious offshore capability, a fully appointed cabin with berths for 6 or more, and dazzling style, combine to make the 1991 Bayliner 4387 Motoryacht the sport utility of the sea. Cruising features include enclosed shower/ head, fold down bunks, aft berth, refrigerator, stove, microwave, shore power and hot water heater. Riding on the best performing hull design in the industry, the world is at your beck and call with the 1991 Bayliner 4387 Motoryacht.