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Old 26-06-2013, 17:14   #1
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IDEA'S NEEDED FOR BAYLINER

I have a 1989 2855 CIERA Bayliner. I am looking for any ideas for the following:
The best BBQ and where to place it on the main deck
Where should I place my outboard for the dinghy
Best way to attach my Zodiac to my swim deck
Have been looking for light covers for the courtesy lights

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Old 26-06-2013, 18:07   #2
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Re: IDEA'S NEEDED FOR BAYLINER

Here is what I would do to answer all those questions.

1) Go into Yachtworld
2) In the search box, type in your Bayliner 2855
3) View the Photo Gallery of a bunch of Bayliner 2855 to see what others are doing and to get ideas.

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Old 26-06-2013, 18:17   #3
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Re: IDEA'S NEEDED FOR BAYLINER

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I have a 1989 2855 CIERA Bayliner. I am looking for any ideas for the following:
The best BBQ and where to place it on the main deck
Many will bolt to your teak rail or can be attached via a special bracket to your SS rail. Check out BBQ's at Defender industries on line.
Where should I place my outboard for the dinghy. A bracket on your aft rail or better yet, put an adjustable outboard bracket on the stern of your boat or swimstep and carry it there. bonus: if your engine fails you can use the kicker to get you home.
Best way to attach my Zodiac to my swim deck. There are a couple of types of "davits" like Weaver davits etc. (brackets made to attach to your dingy and your swimstep)... an inflatable you may be able to just strap it on the swimstep to your stern rail etc.
Have been looking for light covers for the courtesy lights ?

Thank you!
Just a few comments to get you going.
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, NUGOLLY.
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Hello. We just got an 87 Bayliner Ciera 2450 Sunbridge and found a BBQ that is placed on a table support in the existing bracket. It can easily be removed and stowed away. Got it at bass pro shop. (Live in the desert so boat out fitters far and few between). Still working on how best to mount the kayak. Am considering the swim step as previously suggested.
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