Bayliss Sportfish Yacht Dirty Mines Sold
by Malcolm Maclean
The 25.60 metre convertible sportfish yacht Dirty Mines, listed for sale by Nicklaus Starling & Associates, has been sold with the buyer introduced by Dave Meyer at HMY Yacht Sales.
Delivered by Bayliss Boatworks in 2013, her naval architecture was completed by Robert Ullberg. She has a modified v-hull, which is constructed from cold moulded mahogany and sports a distinctive deep blue shade. Equipped with twin 2,600hp MTU M94 engines, she has an impressive cruising speed of 29 knots and an amazing maximum speed of 42 knots.
Dirty Mines has accommodation for 10 people in five well appointed suites. She has a full beam master stateroom, which has a walk-in wardrobe, office and sofa. She also boasts two VIP cabins with double beds and a further two cabins with single beds that double as crew accommodation.
Her interior design features teak and maple flooring as well as high contrast teak veneers from one log. The yacht has a spacious saloon and she also has an impressive bar that can seat five guests.
The cockpit layout includes a stainless in-deck fishbox, drink box, freezer and bait box. Her bridge has a centre console layout with three helm chairs, hidden storage, u-shaped forward seating and a foldaway dining table which can seat up to 10.
Dirty Mines was asking $9,950,000.