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Bayliner 4550-4588 Pilothouse


Name:4550-4588 Pilothouse


Hull Type:Modified-V

Gross Weight:--

Fuel Capacity:444 gals.

Model Years:1984—1993



Water Capacity:200 gals.

Waste Capacity:48 gals.

Length w/ Pulpit:--

With over 350 built during her decade of production, the Bayliner 4588 Pilothouse (called the 4550 Pilothouse in 1984–88) has long been recognized as one of the best big-boat buys in the industry. Her classic Pacific Northwest profile is timeless, and while no one will confuse her with an expensive high-end yacht, an affordable price and comfortable accommodations make her an appealing boat in today’s used market. Built on a low-deadrise, fully cored hull with a shallow 15-inch keel, the Bayliner’s raised pilothouse floorplan includes two double staterooms as well as a third stateroom/office that opens into the master stateroom. The galley is forward in the salon, and both heads share a common tub/shower facility. On deck, a bridge overhang shelters the small cockpit where a pair of hatches in the sole provide access to the engine room. Additional features include a well-arranged flybridge with a dinghy davit, port and starboard pilothouse deck doors, a transom door, and wide walkways. On the downside, engine access is tight. Standard 220hp Hino diesels (250hp beginning in 1991) cruise at 16–17 knots at close to a mile per gallon—excellent economy for a 45-foot yacht.
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Bayliner 4588 Motoryacht Boats Review and Specs

Year: 1991  
Manufacturer: Nashville Yacht Brokers, Inc.
Price: US$159,000  

A very rare freshwater 45 Pilothouse, boasting perhaps the most popular design Bayliner ever produced. An efficient and comfortable traveler, she is powered with the larger 250 hp Hino diesels with only 860 original hours, cruising at 16 knots using only one gallon per mile. Well equipped with radar, autopilot, gps, depthfinders and vhf radios. She has custom 3 stateroom layout, 2 full heads with showers, updated upholstery, window treatments and marine air . There is a combo washer dryer, central vacuum, big flatscreen tv and 6 disc cd stereo.   If you are looking for a reasonably priced, economical, roomy pilothouse that’s not a salty dog, this just might be the right one for you. These folks have bought a larger boat and would love to sell before winter. All offers considered. Please call!

Hull Material 
Hull Shape 
Max Draft 
Dry Weight 
Engine Make 
Engine Model 
Engine Year 
Fuel Capacity 
Length Overall 
Number of Heads 
Holding Tank Size 
Water Capacity 
Engine Hours 
Number of Berths 
Number of Engines 
Max Bridge Clearance 
Deep Vee
14 ft 11 in
3 ft
28000 lb
250 hp
504 gal
45 ft
48 gal
200 gal
15 ft 6 in

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Basic Boat Info

Price: $119,900

Make: Bayliner

Model: 4588 Motoryacht

Year: 1991

Condition: Used

Category: Power

Construction: Fiberglass


Length: 45 ft

Length Overall: 45 ft

Beam: 14’11 ft

Dry Weight: 28,000 lb

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2

Engine #1 Specs:

  • Make: Hino
  • Model: WO6DTA
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 250hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 1991
  • Engine Hours: 2616
  • Engine Location: Port

Engine #2 Specs:

  • Make: Hino
  • Model: WO6DTA
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 250hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 1991
  • Engine Hours: 2619
  • Engine Location: Starboard

Total Engine Power: 500hp


Fuel Tanks: 1

Fuel Tank Capacity: 440 gal

Water Tanks: 1

Water Tank Capacity: 220 gal


Heads Count: 2

Boat Class: Pilothouse, Motor Yachts, Flybridge


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Tel:360 588 9208


  • 8kw Onan genset – 450 hours
  • Hurricane hydronic heating system (rebuilt 2017)
  • Reverse cycle heat/air conditioning
  • Water maker
  • Fresh water engine / genset flush system
  • Fresh or sea water head flush


  • New Garmin Autopilot GHP10 (2 interlinked laptops) interfaced with Rosepoint Coastal Explorer navigation program
  • Raytheon R21 Radar
  • Garmin GPSMap 225
  • Acu-rite Weather Ticker
  • Intephase Probe forward scanner
  • Vizio display screen
  • Standard Horizon VHF / Class B AIS


  • Bullfrog Tender with new 4-stroke 15hp Suzuki outboard
  • Fully enclosed flybridge and cockpit
  • (4) crab pots, (3) shrimp pots, Downrigger and Scotty electric puller for Bullfrog dinghy, prawn and crab floats and 800 ft. line
  • 5 cu.ft. top load freezer in cockpit
  • Snap-in carpeting in cockpit
  • Cushioned bench seat on the bow
  • Stainless Steel fender holders along bow rail
  • Fenders and lines


  • U-shaped galley level with and adjacent to the salon
  • Norcold full size refrigerator
  • Princess 3-burner electric stove / oven
  • Microwave
  • Whirlpool trash compactor
  • Black & Decker toaster oven
  • In-counter Blender base
  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • Stocked with utensils, pots and pans



  • Island Queen berth
  • Hanging lockers, drawers and cabinets
  • Enclosed Office area with desk, or converts to the 3rd stateroom with upper & lower bunks
  • Ensuite head with sink, vanity and separate enclosed shower and tub


  • Double berth
  • Storage drawers and cabinets
  • Access to the guest head across the companionway, which has sink, vanity, and separate enclosed stand-up shower


  • L-shaped seating with adjustable table
  • (2) leather swivel chairs
  • Toshiba TV with Sony DVD player and DigitalStream DTV


  • Complete tool set and spare parts inventory including macerator pumps, water pumps, dinghy davit winch, etc.
  • All records available since 2007 (current owner)

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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4588 Bayliner Motoryacht-1988 -Sea trial - SOLD

Author: BoatingWorld Staff
Surprise: One of the world’s biggest names in small boats was also the builder of one of the most in-demand motoryachts of all time — a model sought after because of its big accommodations and its small price tag. Think “Bayliner,” and what immediately comes to mind? Outboards, stern drives and small, inexpensive tow-’em-behind-your-car boats. Right? True enough, Bayliner, the world’s largest pleasureboat builder, seems to produce zillions of runabouts and compact cruisers each year. Pull up to the launching ramp at just about any harbor and you’re bound to find a Bayliner or two being liberated from a trailer. But during Bayliner’s 40-year history, the Washington-based company has also delivered more boats in the 30-foot-plus range than most other yacht manufacturers combined. And Bayliner is a big-time big boat builder, too. For a decade, the flagship of the company’s fleet was a 45 foot pilothouse motoryacht called the 4588. Between the model’s debut in 1984 and its retirement in 1993, Bayliner built and sold nearly 400 examples of this vessel. The 4588 was a success for a simple reason: It was a lot of boat for the money. And for that matter, it still is — as a used boat. It’s also a lot of boat for an overall length of just 45 feet, 4 inches. The 4588 carries no less than four distinct levels of living space. An Inviting Interior Step aboard through the transom door and you enter the covered cockpit. Walk across the cockpit, slide open another door and you’re in an inviting saloon. Large panels of glass along either side give the area an open, spacious feel. Even when you’re seated in the L-shaped lounge, the windows afford a good view outside. On the port side of the saloon, there’s a fully outfitted U-shaped galley that rivals the kitchen of a decent-size condo back on shore. Four steps down from the saloon/galley, there’s a second level featuring an amidships port side stateroom with a double berth — and directly across the companionway to starboard, there’s a head with a shower. The master stateroom up forward has an island double berth, two hanging lockers and an attached head compartment that includes an enclosed bathtub. Between the midship stateroom and master stateroom, there’s an unusual third stateroom with a small desk. Because its doors open into the master stateroom, Bayliner calls it a “sitting room” or a “dressing area.” Some 4588 owners use it as a study or office. Some use it as a sleeping area for the kids. But many owners simply use it as a convenient area to toss “stuff.” Take four steps up from the saloon, and you come to this Bayliner’s piece de resistance — the roomy pilothouse. Besides its advantages in cold climates or poor weather, the enclosed pilothouse makes the boat seem like a true motoryacht indeed. Seated on the centerline, high above the foredeck and surrounded by an impressive wrap-around control/instrument panel, the skipper of the 4588 can’t help but feel like the master of his craft. With plenty of glass area, visibility is excellent. There’s plenty of seating in the pilothouse too, for passengers who want to come up and enjoy the superb view. But if you wish to drive the 4588 alfresco, there’s always the flybridge, a few steps up from the pilothouse. This is the boat’s fourth and highest level. And again, there’s ample seating for guests. The bridgedeck is large enough to carry a Boston Whaler dinghy or a good-sized Zodiac inflatable — another nice big boat feature. Altogether, the layout of the 4588 is pleasingly practical. The four living areas provide enough space and privacy for a large party. Yet, the transitions between the areas are comfortably gentle, with relatively few steps to negotiate. Quality and Efficiency Bayliner incorporated other important features in the 4588’s design. Some examples: Though the saloon runs nearly the full width of the hull, there’s enough of a deck around the house so you can handle mooring lines, if not a fishing rod. The boat’s electricals are all routed to a large control panel, prominently displayed in the pilothouse for easy access. The stringer grid is securely bonded to the hull and fully encapsulated. And the hand-laid fiberglass hull itself is fully cored, to reduce weight and increase operating efficiency. And talk about efficiency — the 4588’s twin diesels deliver exceptional fuel economy: nearly one mile per gallon at a cruising speed of 16 to 17 knots. This Bayliner may not be an especially speedy cruiser. But given its 500 gallon fuel capacity and its fuel-sipping ways, the 4588 has a decent range. Bayliner has an exclusive arrangement in this country to use US Marine diesels. Despite their name, US Marine diesels are based on Japanese Hino blocks. Until 1990, the 4588’s engines were 220 hp Hinos; starting in 1991, 240 hp Hinos were standard issue. And the price tag for all this in today’s brokerage? Assuming the boat is in excellent condition, prices range from about $175,000 for one of the early editions to about $225,000 for one of the last 4588s. And you can count on each boat coming from the factory fully equipped with everything from ice-makers to radar. That’s about $100,000-$175,000 less than the price of the 4588’s replacement — the 4788. This new boat is two feet longer and has dozens of improvements, from roomier hanging lockers to larger engines. But the overall styling and layout of the 4788 are nearly identical to the 4588. “People fall in love with the new 4788. But if they can’t quite afford one, they’ll turn to a used 4588 because the boats are so much alike,” said Fred Brown of Bayliner Yacht Center in Newport Beach. “Clean 4588s are hot sellers,” he added. The Bayliner 4588 may offer a boatload full of virtues. But alas, no boat is perfect. The engine room is a “hands-and-knees affair,” in the words of surveyor Gary Stevens of Maritime Consultants in Newport Beach, California. The batteries are particularly hard to reach, he added. (They’ve been relocated on the 4788). And all too often, difficult access to a boat’s mechanicals or electricals means that problems, or even regular maintenance, may be overlooked or chronically ignored. That could be bad news for the person who buys such a boat secondhand. As always with any used boat, a rigorous marine survey is a must before you buy — and it can help point out these problems. If you find one that has been properly maintained, the 4588 is truly a one-of-a-kind value.

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Specs 1991 bayliner 4588

"LOAFER" is a well maintained 1989 Bayliner 4588 Motor Yacht. Her twin US Marine Hino diesel engines are capable of making the loop or a trip to the coast. They have 440 total horsepower and were rebuilt halfway through their life.

The upper helm station, under the insulated hard top with lexan hard enclosures, is accessed from the aft deck and pilothouse. The dinette is found on the port side of the salon; forward is a full galley. There are 3 staterooms within the vessel: mid-ship, master, and an office that converts with twin bunks. The master stateroom has a dedicated head with an inclusive tub.

The ship's systems are powered by an Onan 12.5 kW diesel generator.

Lots of upgrades with routine maintenance has been performed.

This vessel traveled to the Bahamas in 2011, she's ready for another trip!

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Hull Shape: Deep Vee

LOA: 45 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 11 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 0 in
Bridge Clearance: 15 ft 6 in
Dry Weight: 28000 lbs

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: USM Hino
Year Built: 1989
Engine Model: EH700TI Turbo
Engine Hours: 1989
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: USM Hino
Year Built: 1989
Engine Model: EH700TI Turbo
Engine Hours: 1989

Cruising Speed: 17 knots

Fresh Water Tanks: Aluminum (200 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Aluminum (236 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (48 Gallons)

Number of single berths: 4
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2

TV set

Inside Equipment
Battery charger
Marine head
Microwave oven
Electric bilge pump
Washing machine
Hot water
Air conditioning

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet

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4588 Bayliner Motoryacht-1988 -Sea trial - SOLD


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