A rare owners version of the popular Bavaria 37 from 2000 before the factory move. Only two owners from new and never chartered.
With the owners layout of two double cabins with a single head with shower.
A well maintained example with recent standing rigging, new batteries and battery charger, new anchor chain, and some electronic upgrades including an Iridium satellite phone.
The current owners added a stern arch with solar panels, wind generator, and an extended bimini enclosure.
The teak decks have just been re-caulked, the boat is in good condition and ready to sail away.
Lying in Antigua, first time on the market in 14 years at $79,950.
Please contact Richard Watson at Caribbean Brokerage in Antigua for further details and to arrange a viewing. A recent survey is available.
For further details and to arrange an inspection please contact Richard Watson at Caribbean Brokerage in Antigua.
Tel: Antigua (268) 726 2232 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bavaria 37 is equipped with up-to-date technology to excite the experienced sailor and guarantee maximum control of the yacht. She is designed in a classic timeless style, with lines that promise an outstanding speed potential. The suitability of each fitting, even of minor equipment, is thoroughly tested by Bavaria. Only material that stands up to discerning selection is actually put into use. Inviting and comfortable, the saloon conveys safeness and well-being. This atmosphere can only be conveyed by a handcrafted, high-grade interior design of precious woods. Staying on the Bavaria 37 means pure fun. Terrific solutions in detail and superior functionality are the convincing asset of the Bavaria 37 - proof of the builders' skills and the designers' and constructors' commitment to yachting. The construction at crucial points is beyond the regulations by Lloyds. This increases safety at sea, increases the stability of value and makes living on board more comfortable. Sandwich laminate technology such as that used in the aircraft industry and on ice-breaking boats is used in the above-water hull and in the deck. The sandwich layer is of water-repellent closed-cell foam to increase the dent-resistance of the shell. Its low heat conductivity prevents condensation and makes the interior climate more pleasant. Kevlar fabric, the material of which bullet-proof jackets are made, is worked into the forebody below the waterline to protect against collision. The doubled laminate thickness of the keel flange triples the safety factor in case of impact. The floor timber is reinforced by stiff S-glass layers. The laminate is watertight and prevents osmosis.