Back to top

2019 Belize 54 Daybridge

Chicago, Wisconsin

Request Price

Contemporary-classic describes the industry's best riding limited-production boat under 60 feet, The Belize 54 Daybridge.  Space and storage abound in this well thought-out timeless design. A 3 stateroom, 2 head motor yacht that glides through the water with little effort. 

Basic Boat Info

Make: Belize
Model: 54 Daybridge
Year: 2019
Condition: New
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass
Range: 349.84 mi

Dimensions

Length: 54 ft
Length Overall: 54'1 ft
Beam: 16'6 ft
Max Draft: 3'6 ft
Dry Weight: 49,604 lb
Cabins Count: 3

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Volvo Penta
  • Model: IPS800
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 626hp
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Volvo Penta
  • Model: IPS800
  • Engine Power: 626hp
Total Engine Power: 1,252hp

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 792 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 184 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 100 gal

Other

Heads Count: 2
Trim Tabs: Yes
Windlass Type: Electric
Boat Class: Motor Yachts, Flybridge
More Info : Belize Motor Yachts

Contact

Kevin McNally
Bay Marine

Office

Bay Marine- Waukegan, IL
3 E Madison St
Waukegan, Illinois, US, 60085
Tel:847-336-2628


Manufacturer Provided Description

 If the legendary wooden boats of our past had kept evolving, how might they look today? Belize could well offer some insights. We sense they may have stayed with a lower profile than many of today’s offerings. Not just for beauty’s sake, but because the more tall and top-heavy a boat, the more ungainly and susceptible to windage. The trick is to have a sweet sheerline and profile without it stealing room below decks. On the Belize, the sheer remains fairly flat until gently rising toward the bow. But in this case, even good looks can be deceiving; the Belize actually delivers greater space— in the sizing of beds, heads, showers, in fact all living areas— than similar-sized production counterparts. It’s a testimony to very experienced thinking, artful computer-aided design and stronger, less bulky miracle materials. But there are more differences: Unusually for a motoryacht today, the Belize sheer is really the top edge of a substantial and shippy bulwark— instead of a token toerail— for more secure side access and drier passagemaking. This bulwark is in turn capped with a shaped teak rail (left natural, but available with four coats of gloss, if desired). Set atop the caprail is a beautifully electro-polished array of stainless stanchions (32mm rather than 25mm) carrying two horizontal rails that wrap right around the boat, to almost halfway along the cockpit. The top rail isn’t the usual 25 or 30mm pipe, but a 60mm X 40mm elliptical shape that, as the hand falls upon it, feels as substantial as the reassuring traditional teak handrail of days gone by — without the vulnerability and maintenance.

As the cradle of our civilisation, Europe still— quite deservedly— influences our design sensibility. Even so, we tend to take it with a grain of salt. We try to cherry-pick and adapt ideas to suit different cruising distances, light levels and lifestyles, in many locations. The Belize designers have struck a keen-eyed balance between European panache and Australian practicality. Throughout any Belize yacht, fabric panel walls, leather, weatherproof leatherette and passages of woodgrain are used in a contemporary palette to create a warm and inviting ambiance, and to contribute to excellent acoustics. Two pack polyurethane finishes accent and protect key surfaces in the galley, on door panels and other key joinery interludes. High lustre is not, by any means, the answer to every décor decision; a number of Belize interior surfaces are quite muted. Satin varnish, for instance, is evident throughout the saloon, galley, helm, companionway and forward cabin threshold. Galley bench tops offer a choice of natural solid surface materials. The Miele name badges the induction cooktop, combination oven, and microwave. The AC/DC Vitrifrigo system provides two capacious chiller drawers and a separate freezer drawer. The dual bowl sink is served by award-winning German Grohe tapware. Right across from the galley, on the starboard side is the true heart of the saloon; a large L-shaped seating area that does double duty as lounge and dinette. (Or triple duty, with its clever purpose-built storage for crockery, glassware and charts tucked under.) The saloon’s opening side windows allow for natural ventilation, but when the temperature calls for it, you can waft a good 24,000 BTU’s of air conditioning through saloon, galley and helm areas.

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 investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


Request a quote from the seller to get a price.

Request Price