Bayliss Boatworks' largest build to date, Hull No. 19, is the massive 90-foot Singularis. Her five-stateroom, six-head
layout features a full beam aft master with king-sized bed, walk-in closet, desk/vanity, ensuite bar, and large shower featuring more than
10,000 handmade tiles. Her center companionway features a 26-foot-long teak ceiling and was completed with a no-seam look with a re-sawn teak
board from a 28-foot tree. This hallway provides access to mirror image VIP staterooms with queen berths and hidden Pullman bunks, followed by
two crew bunk rooms forward, each with Pullman bunks. Each stateroom has private heads with marble and teak, and air actuated elements throughout.
Singularis has a Seakeeper Gyro for comfort and a Brownies dive system for when she’s visiting remote and exotic diving destinations. Another Bayliss first is her davit and tender for a dinghy. On the massive fly bridge, her wrap-around seating and freezer-table layout have been part the company’s larger projects for a while, but this one includes cushions that convert this seating area into an enormous sun pad. In the cockpit, Singularis’ sheer immensity allowed for modifications to incorporate a third level into the mezzanine. Features in the cockpit include a drop-down TV monitor viewable from both mezzanine sofas, a grill housed in the lower sofa, and large in-deck and transom fish boxes. A massive tower by Palm Beach Towers and hydraulically operated outriggers add to her fish-catching equipment. Two Northern lights 38kW generators and two 1800 GPD FCI watermakers with dockside filtration give Singularis the ability to travel to the world’s most remote fishing destinations. Running performance was also unmatched as Singularis has reached speeds of 38 knots and cruises smoothly at 30-32 knots. Contact: Bayliss Boatworks at 252-473-9797 or visit www.baylissboatworks.com.
Beam: 22' 11"
Draft: 5' 10"
Fuel Capacity: 4,000 gallons
Water Capacity: 500 gallons
Jim Smith 60 WA
The latest splash from Jim Smith Tournament Boats is hull No. 31, a 60-foot walk-around that features a two-stateroom,
two-head layout. The helm deck features bench seating to port, and to starboard there’s a high/low table and rod storage under its bench seat.
The helm has a large custom Jim Smith-designed electronics console behind tinted glass and three helm chairs. Other helm deck features include
AC blown onto bridge from vents on the wings of the bridge; bridge rail-mounted rod holders and a drink box/ice box, and a sun deck pad forward
of bridge that provides ample room for sun bathing. The sliding hatch companionway to port provides access belowdeck, where the galley to port
offers teak furniture and cabinetry, electric range, custom refrigerator/freezer and microwave plus granite countertop with under-mount sink.
There’s ample storage in several cabinets and drawers that feature roll-out shelves for dishware.
The master stateroom is directly across from the galley and has a private head with shower as well as a queen berth with drawers underneath, a hanging locker, a night stand and TV. The forward guest stateroom features twin V berths with storage below, TV and full head with shower.
The roomy cockpit features a teak deck and coverboards, a tackle-rigging station with storage area, walk-through transom door, lighted transom livewell, Eskimo ice maker with storage bin, and saltwater and freshwater washdown in the cockpit and a second saltwater wash down on the foredeck. A Palm Beach Towers tower and Rupp outriggers plus 12 additional rod holders, including four mounted on the foredeck, are just a few of the fishing amenities. Contact: Jim Smith Tournament Boats at 772-286-1172 or visit www.jimsmithboats.net.
Fuel Capacity: 1,200 gallons
Water Capacity: 250 gallons