The Bavaria Cruiser 34 with a Mediterranean cockpit was presented at the Boat Show in Dusseldorf in 2016. This is the smallest model in the Cruiser series. The design of the vessel was carried out by the design office of the shipyard, together with the design studios Design Unlimited and Farr Yacht Design. Design Unlimited worked on the hull and exterior, and Farr Yacht Design worked on the interior and interior of the yacht. The interior of the hull is blown with special foam using new technology, which improves the noise and vibration-proofing properties of the vessel, as well as significantly reduces its weight. The interior is decorated with mahogany in light tones and is available in different colors.
For relaxation, there are sun loungers on the roof of the superstructure, seats with a folding table near the control post and a folding transom on a hydraulic drive. The presence of two steering wheels makes it possible for the helmsman to take a position with a better view, regardless of the tack, and special fastenings on the transom allow you to use it as a tender garage for water transport. Inside the Bavaria Cruiser 34 there is a workplace, a dining area with a folding table and a kitchen with a stove, sink, fridge, oven, grill, as well as a place to store food supplies. For accommodation, two or three double cabins are provided with a separate bathroom in each of them.
The Volvo Penta diesel engine with a power of 20 hp is responsible for the driving performance of the yacht, and the fuel tank is designed for 150 liters of fuel. Thanks to the two-speed self-locking Lewmar Evo winches, the mooring process is greatly simplified.
Yacht Bavaria Cruiser 34 has received the classification A.Sea Craft and can be used for access to the open ocean or sea voyages.
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