Bavaria announced the launch of a new sailing yacht within the innovative Cruiser line: the Cruiser 50 will be presented at the Boot Dusseldorf in January 2011.
The Cruiser 50 will be the sixth yacht of the Bavaria fleet, concepted in close cooperation with the renowned construction office Farr Yacht Design and BMW Group Designworks USA, a subsidiary of the BMW Group.
Cruiser 50 combines maximum functionality, elegance and convenience. The elegant layout of hull and deck combines modern, functional and innovative elements through impressive design, underlined by an ergonomic cockpit and a heightened deck line.
The imposing bathing platform is the feature and outstanding attribute of the new sailing yachts. Once electrically swung out, the bathing platform serves at the perfect spring board into the cool water. It is easy to get back onboard thanks to the stainless steel bathing ladder.
The new Cruiser 50 offers an impressive height in the salon of 2,11 metres and spacious cabins for ten people. The airing- and light concept ensures perfect air-circulation and lightness underneath deck.
Specification of the Bavaria Cruiser 50:
Length overall: 15,57 m
Length hull: 14,99 m
Length waterline: 13,86 m
Beam overall: 4,63 m
Draught Standard: 2,25 m / 1,85 m
Unloaden weight: 14.600 kg
Enginge: Volvo Penta D2-75
Fuel tank: 348 l
Water tank: 560 l
Height in salon: 2,11 m
Mainsail and genoa: 132 m²
Height of mast above water line: 22,20 m
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