The sailing yacht Bavaria 46 Vision was presented at the 2013 Boat Show in Dusseldorf. The ship was designed by the shipyard's design bureau, in cooperation with the Farr Yacht Design studio and Integrated Quality Control Management. The yacht received a lot of natural light in the cabins and saloon, a teardrop-shaped superstructure, as well as an abundance of space on the decks. The yacht's fiberglass hull was treated with a special vibration-insulating coating and additionally reinforced from the inside with aluminum plates, which significantly increases the strength characteristics of the vessel and makes the yacht's sail quieter, even at high speed.
For relaxation, there is a cockpit aft of the vessel with a small table and seats that can easily be converted into sun loungers. Directly from the cockpit, it is possible to access the hydraulically operated folding transom for safe access to the water. The Bavaria 46 Vision salon has a spacious dining area with sofas and a kitchen with a stove, oven, grill, sink, refrigerator, and storage space for food supplies. There are three or four cabins for accommodation at the choice of the owner. A configuration with a tender garage is also available to the customer.
The Bavaria 46 Vision is driven by a 60 hp diesel engine from Volvo. The water tank is designed for 200 liters, and the fuel tank is designed for 600 liters of fuel. It is worth noting the Trim Control and Dock Control systems, which allow you to quickly change tack at the touch of a button, without any human effort, and also greatly simplify mooring.
The yacht has received the A.Sea Craft classification and can be used for going to the open ocean or for long sea voyages.
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