1987 Bayfield 29 Cutter
The Bayfield 29 was designed by H.T. Gozzard before he started his own company. Very high quality
build with a very unique design. From the location of the head in the bow, to the bulkheads designed
with a vertical "pocket door" design. This wonderful design, opens up the interior of the boat for light
and ventilation, yet allows privacy when desired.
Forward of the head, is access to the anchor locker and a large storage area. There are built-in lockers on both port, starboard and forward sides of the head. The woodwork is beautiful with ventilation carved into each door in the shape of a traditional fisherman's anchor. All 6 of the ports open, an unusual feature on many boats.
The head is actually located in the bow. It is a great use of the space and is large and roomy. It actually adds lots of storage and a seating area to the boat, as well as helping give an open feeling to the interior.
Next aft is the salon. There is a folding centerline table, with settees on both sides of the salon. The
table has storage in the center for silverware and wine.
There is a single settee on each side of the salon, with the ability to extend the starboard settee to form a double berth. Above and behind each of the settees is more built-in cabinetry. Secure, useful and traditional.
The bulkheads are uniquely designed to open up the entire interior of the boat. The top half of the bulkheads slide down into the lower half like a pocket door. The interior opens up into one large space for great light and air.
Aft of the bulkheads on the starboard side is the L-shaped galley. She has a single S.S. sink along the bulkhead, wrapping to starboard with the stove and then counterspace. An extension at the aft end of the counter, fold up or down as needed. The originaldesign featured a quarter aft along the starboard quarter, but that was modifed to instead feature an enclosed storage cabinet. Behind the stove is the electrical control panel, and more storage along the side of the cabin with sliding doors, and additional storage in the counter behind the head.
To port starting aft of the bulkhead, is the nav station. The icebox is within the counter, and aft of the nav is a nicely sized quarterberth. The front section of the berth can be lifted out, to make a comfortable seat for the nav station.
Stainless steel sink
Pressure Water System (not working)
Two Freshwater tanks
Large insulated ice box
Origo 4000 stove which has never been used (Alcohol)
LOD .................... 29' 0"
Beam .................... 10' 2"
Draft ...................... 3' 6"
Displ .......... 7,100 # approx.
Ballast ........ 3,000 # approx.
Sails and Rigging
This the desirable cutter rig for ease of sail handling..
Harken Roller Furling Units installed for Headsail (1988) Staysail (1989) w/Owner’s Manuals
Yankee is by Quantum with Sunbrella UV Cover replaced in 2010
Staysail is by Quantum with Sunbrella UV Cover replaced in 2010
Deck and Hull
Engine and Mechanical
This owner is ready for his next boat. A great opportunity on a classic.
Asking Price $ 19,900.00
Located in Milwaukee, WI . .
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