This Extremely Well Kept Bavaria Is An Extraordinary Find. The Salon Is Bright & Airy. The Three Private Cabins and Two Heads Are Generous, Well Ventilated - All With Adequate Storage.Woodwork Is Beautifully Finished Teak & Virtually Free Of Wear. It's A Comfortable Place To Gather Or Relax.
Full Forward Facing Nav Station
Fixed Hull Side Ports - Add A Sense Of Depth To Salon Area
Salon Port Curtains
4 Opening Hatches w/ Screens & Retractable Shades
14 Opening Ports w/ Screens
Stereo System - CD Changer
Portside Full Linear Galley Is Unique Featuring Plenty Of Counter Space, Drawers & Lockers.Easily Handling Two Cooks With Elbow Room To Spare
Two Burner Gimbled Stove & Oven
Double Polished Stainless Steel Sinks w/ Covers
Large Insulated, Stainless Steel Refrigerated Ice Box
HULL and DECK
Well Constructed With Robust Detailing The Bavaria 42 Is A Comfortable & Capable CruIser
Teak Decking - Side Decks & Cockpit
Walk-Thru Transom & Swim Platform
Steering Console With Instrumentation, Stainless Hand Rail & Folding Teak Table
Bimini - Connector -- All Canvas Is Seamark Sunbrella
Full Cockpit Enclosure - 2009
Helm Pedestal Cover
Offered Completely Equipped
Misc. Handling Gear
Misc. Safety Gear
Designed by J&J Design and built by Bavaria Yachtbau GmbH in Germany, Bavaria yachts of this period were constructed with a sandwich laminate, a technology used with aircraft and icebreaking boats. This laminate of water repellent and closed-pore foam increases the durability of the shell while decreasing heat conductivity, thus preventing condensation and making the living climate more pleasant. As well, Kevlar fabric is worked into the collision endangered forebody, and a coat of isophthalic acid resin combined with powder-bounded glass mat prevents osmosis and keeps the laminate watertight. Bavaria builds according to the specifications and supervision of Germanischer Lloyd.
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This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.