3388 Motor Yacht
Length w/ Pulpit:
The Bayliner 3388 Motor Yacht was one of the most affordable twin-diesel family cruisers available during her production years. Shes basically an updated version of the popular Bayliner 3288 MY (198195) with a fresh profile and several hull refinements. The midcabin interior of the 3388 is similar to her predecessor with the galley down and amidships guest cabin located beneath the elevated dinette. A lower helm was standard, and theres a separate stall shower in the head compartment. An accordion door provides privacy for the forward stateroom. If theres a downside to the 3388 it has to be the unusual salon arrangement; the staircase leading down to the midcabin, just inside the salon door, causes the dinette to be moved so far forward that its hard to get between it and the lower helm chair. Consequently, the salon is far less spacious than one might expect in a 33-footer. Additional features include a low-profile sport arch, prop pockets, swim platform, and bow pulpit. The cabin and flybridge are a single mold which according to Bayliner reduced problems with window leakage. Standard 260hp gas inboards cruise the Bayliner 3388 at 1516 knots (mid 20s top).