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Busfield Marine Brokers presents second Bavaria Vision by Farr

by Sail-World on 6 Sep 2012
Vision 42 Exterior view . ..

Following the successful premiere of the Vision 46, Bavaria presents the latest addition to the new Vision line.

The new Vision 42, which benefits from the same features and innovations as its big sister, will be premiered at the Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes which takes place next week. Busfield Marine is now pleased to be able to release technical details and price information for this stunning 42-foot yacht.

Christine Bird, Sales Manager at Busfield Marine, thinks that the Vision 46 and this new model the Vision 42 set a new standard in the owner’s cruiser category, with a focus on high-end elegance, comfort and easy handling. 'The new Vision Series offers features that were, until now, only seen on mega yachts,' she says.

'The unique cockpit design with offset companionway allows for a large port cockpit table that can be electrically lowered and converted to a day/lounging bed – is truly versatile and stylish, and not yet seen in another production cruiser class.'


The optional push button self tacking system makes single and short-handed sailing a pleasure. Additionally, Bavaria’s docking system employs drop-down bow and stern thrusters, coordinated with the main engine for complete control and accuracy in tight quarters.

Below deck, a generous lounge area affords additional comfort. Two comfortable cabins and intelligent interior organisation make the Vision 42 a luxury cruiser yacht. It has high-quality, functional furnishings throughout and can sleep up to six persons.

The Vision 42's many unique handling features and elegant interiors combine with Farr Yacht Design's engineering for fast and comfortable passages. What is striking about this yacht is the attention to detail along with the premium build quality and finish found in all Bavaria Yachts.

All combined, the Vision 42 is a stunning boat that is sure to draw attention wherever she drops her hook. The perfect yacht for owners with high expectations. The price is also bound to please … remarkably good value at only $335,000*, here in NZ with GST & duty paid and loaded with ‘Kiwi’ and ‘factory’ packs.


The team at Busfield Marine believe the new Vision series has huge potential in New Zealand and are very keen to get a 42 and 46 here. They are looking for owners in the Auckland area that would allow them to use their boats for Boat Shows and to demonstrate to potential clients. Any interested parties can expect a very favourable deal on their new boat.

Give Christine or Colin at Busfields a call on 09 302 1220 to discuss the details of this attractive offer.

*Subject to exchange rate fluctuations

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