2005 Bavaria 50
St. MartinSize: 50.5 ft. (15.4 m.)
|$4,250.00||per week||Off Season|
|$4,950.00||per week||Low Season|
|$5,550.00||per week||Mid Season|
|$6,650.00||per week||High Season|
The Bavaria 50 is a big boat, make no mistake. The cockpit seems similar, if not identical, to the 46 Cruiser but there is a difference in the beam and, obviously, the LOA. The decks are wide and expansive with a broad foredeck and a lounging area forward of the mast. The cockpit can fit eight adults with barely a squeeze and there’s room on the cabin top and the decks for half a dozen more. The traveller resides on the cabin top so there’s a clear run from the swim platform, between the two big wheels, past the folding teak table in the centre of the cockpit to the companionway. There are four jammers on either side of the cabin top that bring all lines aft, for easy handling.
The boat looks good on the water, too. Its lines are clean and it has the ability, with a slight heel, to carve through the water in a way that belies its boat speed.
Down below, two skylight windows in the roof, gives a very airy and spacious feel to the interior. The saloon is dominated by a three-metre, C-shaped settee to port with an extending-leaf table and a two-seater lounge. There are two opening ports on each side of the cabin for light and ventilation, a big opening hatch in the centre of the saloon, and fixed ports in the hull for yet more light. Across from the dining area is the galley which is very open and features a front-opening fridge as well as a top-opening fridge/freezer. There’s a two-burner gas cooker with oven and there’s a double sink with covers that give more bench space should it be required. There’s plenty of storage in the galley and there’s more storage under the central lounge. Aft of the galley is the nav station that has a wrap-around feel with a comfy seat with storage under.
The two aft cabins have loads of room with little lounges and cupboard space. They have opening ports to the cockpit and hull ports for more light. There is a spacious head either side of the aft cabins. Forward there is 1 Double bunk cabins and 1 single bunk cabin, comfortable for kids or adults, and an additional spacious double cabin in the bow. A spacious bathroom is to port.
Features & Equipment:
- Snorkeling & Safety Gear
- Salon Table Converts
- Classic Main with Stackpack and Lazy Jacks & Furling Genoa
- Electric Windlass
- Chartplotter, GPS & Autopilot
- Dinghy & Outboard
- VHF Radio & Cell Phone
- AM/FM/CD Stereo & Cockpit Speakers
- Charcoal BBQ
- Chart & Cruising Guide