Bavaria 36 Cruiser, "Brightstar", Greece
*Due to Covid-19 we temporarily can't get better picture, these will be added ASAP*
Masterfully designed by Farr to maximize interior volume and a spacious cockpit, by carrying the beam well aft, the new Cruiser 36 feels like it is on steroids. Below decks, the headroom immediately impresses, as does the L shaped starboard galley and spacious salon seating around a proper salon table. On deck, reefing the sails can be swiftly executed by a single-handed sailor whilst under sail. The Bavaria 36 Cruiser is an effective mix of sturdiness, comfort and performance. This midsize sailboat is ideal for both high-performance and relaxing cruises. The spacious cockpit and deck layout have been very well thought out to facilitate life on board when mooring as well as when manoeuvring. This way, even with a reduced crew, you will feel comfortable and able to fully enjoy the joys of sailing. The interior of the Bavaria 36 Cruiser is functional and spacious, designed for maximum comfort.This powerful yacht is a stylish blend of interior comfort, functional design, and state of the art craftsmanship. The new Cruiser 36 enjoys all of the innovative features of the new range, and has space comparable to the competition's 39 footers.
The Bavaria 36 is not only the ideal family boat and long-distance cruiser but with its 3 cabins, open design interior and functional deck it is also ideal to rent out as a charter boat. The boat comes with 2 sails and 1 Volvo Penta 28 CV, 28 hp diesel engine.
A boat like this is all about the cockpit and, by extension, the drop-down “bathing platform.” In addition to being absolutely huge for a boat this size—spanning over half the width of the boat’s transom—this platform is supported by a pair of gas shocks and has a robust tackle to take the drama out of raising and lowering it. The outboard edge of the platform does double duty as a helm seat when raised. The cockpit itself features a pair of long, comfortable bench seats with plenty of room for stretching out. In contrast to many cruising boats, the side decks on the Bavaria Cruiser 36 extend all the way aft, from the stem to the transom. It’s nice to have a secure workspace for doing things like throwing and catching dock lines
There is plenty of natural light in the saloon, thanks to the many overhead hatches and portlights. The L-shaped galley comes with a pair of sinks near the centerline; these can be easily converted to counter space using a pair of covers. The stainless fiddle rail will keep larger items off the sole and also serves as an excellent handrail. The aft doubles are a good 6ft 8in long and will make a nice place to stretch out with plenty of ventilation. In all the cabins, hull ports provide additional light.
The ship is currently privately owned for charter. The owner is financing the ship under leasing, it is possible to take over this leasing, this can be interesting for taxes. As this is a personal ship, the owner has taken great care of the ship, the Bavaria is 100% sail ready.