Bayliner’s new 642 Overnighter is the perfect cuddy for a quick getaway from the everyday.

November 28, 2013

Bayliner’s dashing new 642 Overnighter has all the makings of a classic movie getaway ride with its ample storage to pack for longer trips, a cozy cuddy with the option of a portable head and a sporty, chrome-accented console that puts you in control of nimble maneuverability. The thrill of your family’s adventure is in the possibilities–to hop from one destination to the next, to leave whenever you like, to brave whatever the weather–and the Bayliner 642 delivers just the escape route you need from the every day.

Previously available only to European-based dealerships, the Bayliner 642 comes to the U.S in 2014 as the number-one selling Bayliner across the Atlantic. “We anticipated selling a certain number when it was launched–we sold more than two times that number during this past year,” says Bayliner Brand Manager Michael Yobe.

This sleek creature epitomizes pure athleticism with an agile build for exploring hidden coves and harnessing the open water. But the 642 is also designed for convenience with the low-maintenance overnight capabilities of a cabin in the bow. Your options to stay on the water through the night or inclement weather makes the 642 the ideal entertainment boat for those seeking adventure or a relaxing weekend away on the water.

But it wouldn’t be a true getaway boat without the essential: agile handling. A fuel-efficient, CARB Compliant 3.0L MerCruiser® engine with a 135-hp Alpha I sterndrive lets you cruise away from those worries on the shore at a perfect pace. The 642 Overnighter’s sleek fiberglass frame and chic interior further contributes to this model’s agile look. The dual-purpose portside seat flips back effortlessly to form a large L-shaped lounge, and a full walk-through windshield wraps the helm in stylish chrome for protection from the elements. Such a thoughtfully compact construction allows you to hug turns and slice through rough waves.

“We’re calling it the ‘Big Water Day Boat,’” Yobe says of the versatile cuddy. “Maybe you’ll use the cabin, maybe you won’t, but you can definitely take it into rougher seas in the upper northwest, upper northeast or the Great Lakes.”

Of course, striking out on an impromptu adventure isn’t possible without your own space to rest. The 642’s shapely construction lends itself to a spacious bow cabin featuring a white fiberglass ceiling, stylish accents and a sleep capacity for two. Bayliner’s signature cabin windows–skylights for this posh cruiser–offer the refreshing addition of natural lighting.

The 642 isn’t all run away with the romance of spontaneity—this cuddy has its practical considerations too. Its lightweight fiberglass build lessens the burden of towing, and the all-inclusive helm boasts no-glare gauges and the option of aRaymarine® chartplotter. And notably, an easy-cleaning, self-bailing liner makes any outing so low maintenance that it’s getting harder to think of reasons not to escape work early for a weekend getaway.
For more information for BAYLINER 642 CABIN CRUISER Powered by MERCRUISER in MALTA, please contact us at MECCA MARINE: T: 21573278 | M: 79732783 |

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