1985 Bayliner 3870 Motoryacht

38 ft




” TANQUERAY”  is turn key ready, and needs nothing to go cruising today. The owners have spent a lot of time and money to make “TANQUERAY” an extremely comfortable boat, whether at dock, or out on the water. With her two custom aluminum (powder-coated) hardtops and full canvas, she provides great protection from the elements, and adds another large area to relax aft of the flybridge seating. A full suite of new electronics, including a new Raymarine radar/chart plotter and VHF. 

Stepping onto “TANQUERAY’S”aft deck, one finds themselves in very clean space, with easy access to the salon, the flybridge, engine room, and the swim platform with dinghy lift system. The 2004 10ft Zodiac dinghy with 25hp Mercury outboard, is easy to use with the mounted Anderson winch, used to raise and lower the dinghy into the water. Adjacent to the lift system, there is a nice Outdoor Concepts Stainless BBQ for those lazy afternoon BBQ’s while on anchor, or at the dock with friends. 

Into the salon……… Just inside the salon door and to stbd, you find the wet bar, with stainless sink, and wait for it…………….Yes! You guessed it, your very own liquor dispenser! Push button, pump driven!! Just hookup your favorite gin, vodka, whiskey and push the button for it to pour single or double shots! There is also the original in-counter blender attachment, with original blender parts still onboard.  Forward of the wetbar, you have the lower helm, and a removable helm chair for those times you need more space in the salon. 

To the portside of the salon is the custom dinette, with seating for at least 6-8. (back rest cushions raised 6″ for added comfort) This also forms another sleeping area. Forward, down the stairs, and into the well equipped galley (to stbd). The Norcold fridge/freezer combo unit as well as the Princess three burner stove/oven are both newer which is evident upon viewing. There is a dual stainless sink for ease of washing dishes, and a GE microwave for warming the coffee up. This clean galley features plenty of storage too! 

To the portside of the galley, you find the guest stateroom with queen size berth, plenty of storage and access to the shower/head forward. In the head, there are custom embroidered “TANQUERAY” towels, which stay with the boat for the new owners. Forward of the guest stateroom, you find the Master Stateroom with an island queen berth, and en-suite head with sink etc for that nice private setting for owners. 

Back out and up to the flybridge, you will find yourself running the vessel from a very comfortable helm location, with every piece of newer electronics you would need, including a new touch screen Raymarine Radar. From the flybridge area, one can go aft and hangout on the very spacious aft deck hardtop, with enough space for at least four deck chairs. Here you will find a plethora of   rod holders to use for fishing rods, and cleaning tools such as your brushes and mops. The flybridge is completely enclosed is high quality canvas with excellent quality Eisenglass. The forward center window has the Lexan pane with wiper to allow the helmsman to always keep a clear view of whats ahead. 

All around, ” TANQUERAY” is a great cruising vessel, with plenty of room for extra guests to share in and enjoy the time out on the water with you. Even stay warm in cooler weather with the Pro-Heat diesel furnace that happily warms the entire boat, while sipping fuel! Also included are a set of spare props, and a spare shaft. 

Please call the listing broker today to schedule an appointment to view “TANQUERAY” and make her yours!!

The Tanqueray – Repairs/Updates since 2018
1. Replaced Exhaust manifold MITSU and Thermostat on Starboard (Part number C3619281)
2. Changed main oil and filters
3. New fire extinguishers (4)
4. New batteries in CO and smoke detectors
5. Changed main engines secondary fuel filters
6. Changed generator oil and oil filter.
7. Lower windshield wipers replaced (all 3)
8. Replacement of exhaust manifold riser
9. Replace Port exhaust manifold riser end
10. Repaired wiring issue with Port wiper
11. Repaired horn issue
12. Replaced old/worn generator hoses
13. Various hoses, clamps and connectors replaced throughout the vessel
14. Marelon seacocks replaced
15. Replaced corroded vents fittings on exterior of the vessel
16. New pump kit for Master head
17. Tightened alternator belts to eliminate slipping at start up
18. Replaced Racor fuel filters (4) part number is 2010TM-OR 10 Micron
19. Fixed Master head (all new seals)
20. Remove old fuel filters and install new. Bleed system and start
21. Change belts for alternator and raw water pumps
22. Begin replacement of fuel hoses starting with cracked ones
23. Install three new Transducers for new electronics
24. Remove main engines exhaust hoses, remove generator exhaust hoses, remove main engines
and generator raw water hoses, remove wash down intake hose and valve to be replaced.
Disassemble generator exhaust through hull. Look at all hull penetrations with the yard
manager. Locate and pick up all new hoses, clamps, and hardware, (will have to order new
generator through hull.) Main engine exhaust hose, generator exhaust hose, raw water hose,
stainless steel clamps, ball valve, fittings.
25. Cut out old generator through hull and install new stainless-steel style. Install all new exhaust
hoses and clamps. Install new valve and fittings on wash down pump. Install new hoses and
clamps from shaft seal to water manifold. Remove old, corroded fasters from exhaust through
hulls reseal and install all new stainless-steel screws and nuts. Add in center exhaust hangers.
stainless steel exhaust through hull with flap, 90deg. Exhaust elbow, stainless steel screws and
nuts, 7/8 hose, 3/8 hose, 15 stainless steel clamps
26. Remove the aft deck drain hoses from the transom to deck. Replace with the proper type of
hose and install stainless steel clamps. 1 1/2 marine hose, 7/8 marine hose, stainless steel
27. BOTTOM PAINT PACKAGE – apply 2 coats bottom paint hard Interlux Ultra
29. Remove props and shafts – shafts difficult to remove – discover destroyed bearings in the middle
portions and worn shafts.

30. Remove pedro hoses and stuffing boxes from boat. Remove and replace packing in stuffing
boxes and clean up boxes. Install boxes with new pedro hoses
31. Install shafts into couplers and bolt to engines. BY Parts Packing, hose, heavy duty SS hose
32. MACHINE SHOP SERVICE – Fabricate two new shafts with couplers, key and nuts. Fit and face
33. CUTLESS BEARING REPLACEMENT – Remove and replace cutlass bearings -discover Spurs blocks
drilled and tapped through strut into cutless bearings 1.5″” x 2″
34. TRANSDUCER INSTALLATION – Installation of 3 new transducers (2 transducers in engine room
on port and starboard and third under galley floor) to support new 3-D Raymarine Axiom 12000
system (touch screen).
35. New Electronics – Ray Marine Axiom 12000 Console (touch screen), Quantum 2 Radar, AIS, Ray
Marine VHF Radio, Raymarine Ray Mic
36. ANODE REPLACEMENT – Remove old anodes, clean points of contact and install new aluminum
37. Service main engines and generator. Change engine oil, oil filters and secondary fuel filters.
Change transmission fluid.
38. Tighten timing cover. Run and check for leak.
39. Aft battery bank. Remove 8 old batteries and replaced with 8 new batteries.
40. Main head – Remove Domestic head. Disassembled pump and water valve. Replace macerator
blades and seals. Reinstall and test
41. New Jabsco head in Master – Found crack in aft head base. Remove head and replace with new
Jabsco twist-loc. “
42. Repaired water leak under galley floor -Remove freshwater filter and clean out. Clean up o-ring
and reassemble
43. New Auto bilge – Drain and clean bilge. Disconnect and remove pump and mount. Modify
mount add room for 800 gph pump and super switch. Remount and connect.
44. Remove two old style lights and install new LED style lights in engine room.
45. Trouble shoot wash down pump system. Change out fuse holder in helm and test (works well).
46. Run ProHeat unit. Shut down and drain. Remove/replace spin on filter and bleed system.
Inspected and cleaned heating unit. Clean gauge so it can be read. Run ProHeat system.
47. Adjusted port and starboard packing glands to reduce water leaks. Rule super switch float
switch and pump 29-37A, fuel filter spin on (ProHeat) type “R” LED lights e92007, fuse holder
(wash down) red/yellow wire,”
48. Trouble shoot excessive pressure on sanitation system. Found tank vent is plugged up. Remove
hose and remove fitting from Hull. Disassemble and clean out vent fitting. Reinstall and
reattached hose. Install new o-ring on deck through hull.
49. Drain down coolant system on starboard main engine. Remove engine heat exchanger and
transmission heat exchanger. Remove and disassemble raw water pump. Drop off coolers at
Wilson Radiator and pick up impeller kit. Replace impeller and reinstall raw water pump.
Reinstall engine and transmission exchangers using new hoses and clamps. Top off system and
run engine heat exchanger clean test and reseal (Wilson Radiator), new end cap,1 1/2 coolant
hose x2, stainless steel clamps x6, molded engine hose, 1/4 cap screw x4, Jabsco impeller kit 1
5/8×2 9/16″


50. Install 2 NEW water tanks under v-birth in Master suite. Install new deck fill neck and new tank
vent. Disconnect unused water Supp line and connect new line and new inline strainer.
51. Disconnect existing head tank vent and permanently plug. Install new tank fitting and run new
larger vent hose. Install new hull through vent fitting and connect.
52. Drain main engines and generator. Remove and replace oil and fuel filters. Refill engines. Run
and inspect. Remove plugged Racor filters and replace. Top off transmissions and inspect. Check
batteries and connections.
53. One RLB-27/28 Battery Mount Kit installed and test SN-1492 for EPIRB and renewed
54. Replaced impeller on the raw water pump on port engine.
55. New G7B Chrysler Marine cooling Pump and labor – Port engine
56. Pump aft bilge and watch while on board. Found shaft packing to be leaking excessively. Loosen
lock nuts and adjust each side.
57. New impeller/gasket 10077K – Generator




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Vessel Year:
Engine Type:
Engine Mfg:
2 Mitsubishi
Engine Model:
Engine Hours:
2800 | 2700 Hrs

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