Bavaria 32 from 2004, Deep fin, 6 berth in two cabins plus saloon, separate heads with marine toilet, shower, basin and holding tank. Volvo Penta MD2020 20hp inboard with circa 600 hours, saildrive seal replaced in 2015. Furling genoa, stacking main, storm jib on removable inner forestay. Raymarine chartplotter/Radar, wind, log and autopilot, Copper coat hull antifouling. A very clean and well maintained boat.
Volvo MD 2020 with sail drive (seal replaced 2015).
Shore power with battery charger.
Aluminium mast and boom.
Slab reefed main with lazybag.
Inners fore-stay for storm jib.
Forward v twin berth cabin.
Main cabin with central folding table and two linear berths.
Galley with two burner cooker and oven, fridge and sink with pressurised hot and cold water.
Chart table with instrument panel.
Heads compartment with marine toilet, basin, shower and wet locker.
Aft cabin with large double.
Eberspacher heater with seven day timer.
Ample storage throughout the boat.
Anchor chain and warp.
Forward, amidship and aft mooring cleats.
Side access gates.
Teak laid cockpit.
Various warps and fenders.
Raymarine ST60 tridata, log speed and depth.
Raymarine ST60 wind speed and direction.
Raymarine wheel autopilot.
Raymarine SL70c radar/chartplotter.
Simrad RD68 DSC VHF.
Full navigation lights.
Manual and electric bilge pump.
The compact 32-foot model, the Bavaria 32, offers the same high level of quality and sailing pleasure as her larger sisters. Providing some clever solutions, the interior of this refreshing yacht is surprisingly spacious for her size. Two generous double cabins in the front and in the back provide comfortable room for two persons each. If required, the two settees at the saloon can be turned into two additional single beds. The remarkable functionality of Bavaria's construction concepts also becomes clearly noticeable on deck of the Bavaria 32: as instruments and winches are judiciously positioned, the helmsman can easily handle the yacht on its own. A clever boat for boundless sailing pleasure!