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Bavaria announces new flagship along with the smaller 33 to match

'New Bavaria 33 viewed from aft showing the ample boarding and swimming platform'    Bavaria Yachts    Click Here to view large photo

Busfield Marine Brokers is delighted to announce the latest and largest yacht in the Bavaria Cruiser range. With the breathtaking Cruiser 56, Bavaria presents a new top model that will replace the Cruiser 55 in future.

Bavaria CR56 is the new 17 metre flagship of the Bavaria portfolio -  Bavaria Yachts   Click Here to view large photo
The new 17-meter flagship of the Bavaria portfolio has an innovative design and delivers optimal sailing characteristics. Her newly designed hull has extra wide beds in the aft cabins that ensure comfortable sleeping accommodation for the whole crew. The new design also delivers the finest sailing characteristics, while for her size, the Cruiser 56 is amazingly easy to handle.

The reconfigurable cockpit has plenty of space around its two steering wheels – the long seats and easily accessible lines mean that the Cruiser 56 can also be steered comfortably while sitting. The new hull has an elegant lower sheer line along with a longer deckhouse and large panoramic windows in both the hull & deck.

Intelligent design solutions and reconfiguration options plus numerous layout and design options allow her to be adapted for all purposes and to suit owners’ individual tastes. The new interior features a unique galley layout with a combined breakfast bar/navigation table and a large U-shaped saloon.

Bavaria has also recently premiered the smallest in the Cruiser range the Bavaria Cruiser 33. This is the Cruiser 32 re-invented with panoramic windows in the new deckhouse, a new interior style, a larger forward cabin with a longer and wider berth and additional hatches. The Cruiser 33 sets again new measures in design, functionality and sailing characteristics in this class and is impressive in its new elegance and sportiness.

Both boats can be customised with a range of interior timbers and styles of upholstery available, a comprehensive standard specification and an exhaustive list of optional extras.

To discover the nearest dealer in your country, click here.

In New Zealand, please visit the local website or contact one of the team on 09 302 1220.

Generous main salon on the new Bavaria 33 -  Bavaria Yachts   Click Here to view large photo

Cabin layout on the new Bavaria 33 features separate enclose cabins fore and aft -  Bavaria Yachts  

Dining area on the Bavaria CR56 -  Bavaria Yachts   Click Here to view large photo

Galley area on the Bavaria CR56 -  Bavaria Yachts   Click Here to view large photo


by Christine Bird

  

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