Bavaria Yachts Australia announces it will introduce two new models at this August Sydney International Boat Show (SIBS). But it is its C range 45 foot 'Style' yacht that promises to deliver the most interest.
Originally launched at the boot Dusseldorf exhibition, the Bavaria C45 Style is considered the entry-level yacht for the C Range. Designed by Italian naval architect Cossutti, the C45 takes inspiration from superyachts, scaled down to provide the luxury feel experienced from much larger vessels.
The public appearance at SIBS will be the first since the Dusseldorf event. The Australian launch of the Bavaria C45 is already creating interest amongst Bavaria yacht owners, with many calling to attempt a sneak peak before the show.
The Bavaria C45 offers plenty of features to boast about, for example a tender garage in a 45 footer is unique to a yacht this size. The 3.2 metre tender will fit comfortably inside, but for those of us who prefer a bigger tender or who need the space in the garage, Bavaria have added a compressor to inflate or deflate a tender in under a minute.
Bavaria Yachts understand owners each have different tastes and styles, which is exactly why they have made so many choices available: up to ten layout options varying from 3-5 cabin arrangements in multiple version options, whether for cruising, charter or racing; plus multiple style, colour and upholstery options.
Other key highlights include an outdoor wet bar and BBQ grill above the tender garage, twin helm stations, twin cockpit table, self tacking jib, under deck furler, 95 litre fridge and 65 litre freezer as standard, big bathrooms with separate shower cabins and over 60 square metres of space below deck.
Just like a superyacht Bavaria Yachts, in collaboration with Navico, have teamed up to provide remote control for its C range, allowing almost the entire yacht to be operated from the chartplotter, a tablet or smartphone.
The Bavaria C45 offers a class of its own: superyacht luxury with boat speed and easy control.