3055 Ciera Sunbridge
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The Bayliner 3055 Ciera Sunbridge (called the 3055 Avanti Sunbridge in 1991) was a good selling model for Bayliner during her early 1990s production years. A 10-foot beam is about average for a modern 30-footer, so the 3055 isnt a notably roomy boat below for her length although the accommodations are certainly adequate. She has a fairly straightforward midcabin floorplan with a convertible dinette, a small galley (the refrigerator is placed under the dinette seat), and an enclosed standup head with shower. Both staterooms have curtains for privacy. The cockpit is well arranged with lounge seating opposite the helm and a wet bar behind the helm seat. The engine access hatch in the cockpit has gas-assist springs, and the transom platform has a folding swim ladder and a built-in shower. Like all Bayliner products, most everything was standard in the 3055 Sunbridge (except air conditioning), and there were practically no options. While the detailing and finish are basic, the low price continues to attract budget-minded buyers on the used market. A single 300hp Mercury sterndrive will cruise at 17 knots and reach a top speed of 2627 knots.