THE NEW BAVARIA CRUISER 41

THE NEW BAVARIA CRUISER 41

Wednesday, 29 May 2013 01:00

A further highlight for 2014 – BAVARIA presents the new CRUISER 41

The BAVARIA CRUISER line is proud to welcome a new addition. The CRUISER 41 is the Giebelstadt shipyard’s latest model from its new and completely overhauled collection. Key features include a new deck design, generous interior and much more besides. As with all the CRUISER line yachts, the CRUISER 41 was designed in cooperation with Farr Yacht Design (USA) and Design Unlimited (UK). The CRUISER 41 delivers freedom, luxury and outstanding sailing performance for circumnavigators and sailing families alike.
The new, clean deck design features elegant lines and greater standing room in the foreward cabin – all details that promote greater comfort and relaxation. At the stern, the roomy cockpit area has geometrically arranged seating areas, to ensure optimal comfort for all crew members. In addition, the new twin wheel steering provides superb handling and all-round visibility for the skipper.
On deck, further intelligent design features include the flexible cockpit table with integrated and clearly-visible chart plotter, handrails and drinks holders to make every trip a pleasant affair.
Large, easily-accessible lockers and additional storage space under the cockpit floor also provide plenty of room for equipment.
Below deck, the CRUISER 41 is all about luxurious comfort and generous amounts of space. Her optimised hatches and the large side coachroof windows, which have already proved so popular on other CRUISER yachts, allow a maximum amount of light into the interior, making the living quarters even more comfortable. A further characteristic of the new CRUISER line are the rounded edges throughout the interior.
The new styling gives the interior a luxurious, yet modern feel whilst the new-layout gives generous and comfortable cabins to ensure optimal relaxation for the whole crew.
There are intelligent design solutions below deck too, such as the folding salon table or adjustable seating for dining with larger numbers, while the fixed chart table has additional shelf space and storage area to ensure that plotting next day’s course remains a comfortable affair.
The forward cabin now also features a larger bed for additional space and a more relaxing night’s sleep.
The standard version is available from 124,900 euros plus VAT.

Technical Data

Length overall: 12,35 m
Length hull: 11,99 m
Length waterline: 10,75 m
Beam overall: 3,96 m
Draught standard (cast iron keel) (approx.): 2,05 m
Draught option cast iron keel as shallow keel: 1,65 m
Unloaden weight (approx.): 8.680 kg
Ballast (approx.): 2.736 kg
Volvo-Penta with Saildrive: D1-30
Engine power: 20,9 kW/28 hp
Fuel tank (approx.): 210 l
Water tank (approx.): 210 l
Cabins-Heads, standard: 2-1
Berths: 4
Height in salon (approx.): 1,94 m
Mainsail (battened) and fore sail, standard (approx.): 82 sqm
Height of mast above water line (approx.): 18,68 m

Read more about the New Bavaria Cruiser 41 here