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4788 Pilot House Motoryacht

$289,500 CAD

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ON OUR VANCOUVER SALES DOCK Just Us 2 has had four owners. All of whom have been caring, experienced yachtsmen. She has not been shed kept by the current owners, but prior to them, she has been shed-kept most of her life. Engine maintenance is up to date. She is ready for the season. What more can be said about the 4788 Pilothouse? Bayliner hit all the right notes with this model, especially with respect to enjoyment for all on board. The layout is intuitive with two staterooms, plus grand kid bunks, two private heads, comfortable salon and galley, dedicated pilothouse, and expansive flybridge. And affordable. All will agree, a 4788 perfectly fits the adage; the most boat for the dollar. Current owner is purchasing a larger boat, bringing this 4788 to market. No Sales tax for Canadians - Ownership is in the form of a corporate share transfer.
Location Vancouver, BC
Condition Used
Category Pilothouse
Overall Length 54 feet
Year 2001
Hull Material Fiberglass
Hull Beam 14.92
Fuel Capacity 444
Engine Power 660.0
Engine 1 Make & Model Cummins 330 B Diamond Series
Engine 1 Type Inboard
Engine 1 Fuel diesel
Engine 1 Year 2001
Engine 2 Make & Model Cummins 330 B Diamond Series
Engine 2 Type Inboard
Engine 2 Fuel diesel
Engine 2 Year 2001
Elements of Just Us 2

Just Us 2 is a good example of the supremely popular 4788. The pilothouse design is so well suited to cruising our waters with her superior visibility, enviable layout, and superb value.

Throughout Just Us 2

Board through the opening gate from the swim platform to the cockpit. The cockpit can easily be enclosed adding protection during off weather, would increase the living space on board. There is room for a table and chairs for your morning coffee, or for fishing as you pause on the way to your next destination.

Enter a sliding door to the salon with ample lounging space, opening windows all around and storage throughout.

The galley to port is adjacent to and integrated with the salon, keeping cook and guests engaged together. It is fully equipped with the bar to starboard.

Down from the salon to the accommodations area with a guest cabin to port, a guest head with shower stall to starboard, and the owners cabin forward, also with private head and tub/shower. Here too in the accommodations hallway is the laundry, and a third cabin adjacent to the owners cabin that can be used as a dressing area, a sitting area, an office, or it can be closed off for privacy, making the third cabin.

Again from the salon, up four steps to the pilothouse with settee and table, the lower helm, and port and starboard doors to the side decks and foredeck.

Up from the pilothouse is the flybridge with upper helm, more lounging and entertaining space, and the boat deck aft with its ladder back down to the cockpit.


Down four steps, forward from the salon and galley is the accommodations area.  All the way forward is the master stateroom with centreline (almost) queen berth, opening port lights, opening overhead hatch, direct and indirect lighting, reading lights, storage under berth, in two hanging lockers, and several drawers and shelves, separate stereo system, and separate climate control.

The private ensuite head has a stall shower in a small tub, Vacuflush head, basin, storage, and opening portlight.

There is a separate dressing area with a huge hanging locker, settee lounge, and storage drawers. This area can also be closed of and used as a private cabin with upper and lower bunks.

Aft back towards the salon, on port, is the guest cabin, with double berth, hanging locker, storage cabinet, drawers, direct and indirect lighting, reading lights, and two opening port lights.

Opposite, across the hall is the guest head, with stall shower, Vacuflush toilet, basin, and storage.


The salon is nearly the full-beam of the vessel, and up to six can dine or lounge comfortably.  Natural light fills the area with large opening windows from the gunwale to the ceiling, with blinds that hide behind a valance. This is the well known standard 4788 layout with plush L-shaped settee to starboard, storage under, two occasional chairs to port, a hi-lo table that folds up to a proper dining table, TV and stereo cabinets. Also along port above the storage cabinets is a Corian shelf to match the galley.

  • wet bar with ice maker and storage cabinets
  • storage under starboard settee
  • overhead lighting, on dimmers
  • indirect lighting
  • LG flatscreen TV

The galley is to port, adjacent to the salon, and features all the appliances, working space and storage needed for cruising all summer.

  • Corian counter top
  • refrigerator / freezer
  • microwave
  • three burner stove with oven
  • trash compactor

Up four steps from the salon and galley is the pilothouse. The seat and console are on the centreline, with instruments, controls, and switches readily at hand.

The helmsperson can be joined by guests or watchmates in the settee which wraps the aft and port side of the pilothouse.

Port and starboard doors give access to the side decks and the foredeck. And give the helm superb visibility when approaching a dock on either side.

The pilothouse design works so well because it affords the helm and the guests sweeping views in almost every direction, whether enjoying the sea life, taking in the ocean vistas, or watching for logs.

Convenient access to the flybridge via stairs up from the pilothouse.

  • Opening windows port and starboard, just aft of the side deck doors
  • All helm controls, instruments, and switches are handy to the helm
  • Quick access to AC / DC panels and other electrical monitors and controls
  • Storage in lockers above settee, under electrical panel, and in a drawer to starboard of the helm
  • Textaline (one way see through) windshield covers
  • Additional Sunbrella covers for windshield and entire pilothouse windows
  • Settee aft and port, with storage under
  • Folding settee table
  • Two defrost fans
Flybridge and Boat Deck

Up steps from the pilothouse, is the flybridge. The upper helm is on centre, with repeating instruments, engine controls, windlass control and VHF radio.

The settee aft of the helm seat can accommodate a crowd of guests! There is a drinks fridge, wet bar, more storage under the settees, and access to the tender.

There is also a ladder down to the cockpit from the boat deck.

  • 10' Rendova Baytender inflatable tender with fiberglass floor, console steering, 25 hp Mercury 4-stroke outboard
  • Dinghy crane with electric winch 
  • Sunbrella cover for entire flybridge area from the aft settee to the Venturi
  • Foldable Sunbrella bimini on stainless steel frame
Main Deck

Board from the swim platform to the cockpit via an opening door. There is storage under the entire cockpit accessed via three large hatches. The genset is under the centre hatch, and batteries are under the other two. There is still room for fishing gear, spares, cleaning supplies, and other gear as needed.

The interior of the cockpit is surrounded with an upholstered bolster.

Two storage lockers port and starboard, fishing rod storage in neat shelves aft, steps up to the side decks port and starboard, a ladder to the boat deck, and a large sliding door to the salon.

Electronics and Navigation
  • Raymarine autopilot
  • Garmin GMR 20 radar
  • Garmin 3210 chartplotter
  • Garmin transducers for depth and temp
  • Uniden VHF radio
  • Standard VHF radio
  • Cobra rear view docking cameras
Electrical System
  • Westerbeke 8kW generator in dedicated sound shield with 910 hours
  • Amp tech high output alternator and regulator on port engine
  • Six 6V house batteries
  • separate start battery
  • 2.8 kW Magnasine inverter
  • Magnasine remote control with easy AC / DC power monitoring, and allows user to change poor inputs from the inverter
  • Engine start battery parallel switch
Engines and Mechanical

Power is provided by the popular Cummins 330 B Diamond series diesel engines, with 1,365 hours on port, and 1,369 hours on starboard (August 12, 2020).

The engines are accessed via four removable hatches.  Two are over each engine, in the salon floor. Access is also through the stairs leading from the galley to the accommodations, but this involves some crawling. Bayliner could have improved engine room access  by simply adding a removable panel in the salon floor between the two main engines. And so in 2009, the previous owner made this simple modification and greatly improved engine room access.

  • Main engine raw water pumps changed to Sea MAX
  • Webasto hydronic central cabin heat system
  • Groco oil change pump for both main engines and genset
  • 11 gallon hot water tank
  • Trim tabs
  • Tank watch holding tank monitor
  • Water level gauge

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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Disclaimer: 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 investigatge such details as the buyer desires validated. Price, if shown, may not include applicable state or government fees, taxes, destination charges, preparation charges, or finance charges (if applicable). Final actual sales price may vary depending on options or accessories selected. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, manufacturer revision, or withdrawal without notice.

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