Designed for BAVARIA by J & J Design The BAVARIA 30 Cruiser is the smallest of the current Cruiser range. In keeping with what has become the BAVARIA style it provides great internal volume for it's length and affords a comfortable level of accommodation for up to 6 people in 2 cabins plus saloon berths. This version has the shallow draft tandem keel.The current owners have kept her well maintained and in good order throughout. She has been based on the lake since new.
The boat is currently moored on the jetties at Maiden Marine. Please call 015394 815430 to arrange a viewing.
Built in Germany the BAVARIA 30 has GRP hull and deck with non-slip finish where needed. The comfortable cockpit has a binnacle with wheel steering, instruments, a folding teak table with locker and seating laid in teak. The spray-hood provides added protection for the crew while covers protect the binnacle, table and wheel.
The self-draining anchor locker has an electric windlass and the plough anchor is housed in the bow roller. Gas is stored in a vented locker in the stern near to the manual bilge pump and hot and cold bathing shower.
The inboard genoa tracks and rigging make moving forward easy while the stainless steel push-pit and pull-pit connected by twin steel guard wires help keep you safe. The tandem style keel gives a relatively shallow draft at 1.25m.
The boat is powered by a Volvo-Penta D1-20,18 HP diesel engine with sail drive and fixed propeller. Isolated engine compartment with main access under companionway steps. 90L fuel tank with with fuel level indicator. This boat also benefits from a bow thruster making manoeuvring in small spaces considerably easier.
The BAVARIA 30 has a fractional rig with alloy mast and spars and stainless steel standing rigging. Both standing and running rigging are in good condition with all lines led aft to the cockpit for ease of sail handling. Four Lumar winches handle the halliards and sail sheets. In-mast mainsail furling provides protection for the sail and ease of use while Furlex roller reefing system looks after the headsail. The Elvstrom main and genoa are in good condition. The sacrificial strip on the genoa is in fair condition and will probably need replacing within the next 2 years or so depending on use.
Descending the companionway steps you enter the main saloon which feels light and airy thanks to the warm coloured teak finish woodwork and 4 large opening windows providing light and ventilation. The accommodation is kept cosy and dry by a 4kw Eberspacher diesel heating system with programmable control.
To port is the galley with a gas fuelled 2 burner hob and grill and a combination microwave oven. There is a large top-loading cool box and single stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold water. There is ample worktop area and a good variety of storage.
Aft of the galley is the entrance to a spacious double cabin with hanging locker and shelving for storage. A single opening window provides light and ventilation. Under the bunk is access to the water tank and hot-water system.
To starboard of the companionway is the heads compartment comprising sea toilet with holding tank, wash basin with hot and cold water, showerhead and mirror.
There is a good sized chart table with a variety of storage beneath and stowage for a fire extinguisher in the seat. The main electrical control panel and heating control is also to be found here. The main saloon has 2 settee / berths with storage under, either side of a good sized table. There is plenty of storage and a large Sony TV fixed to the forward bulkhead.
The fore-cabin has a storage locker, comfortable twin berth with storage space under and access to the bow thruster. The deck hatch overhead provides light and ventilation as well as access should it be needed.
This BAVARIA is well equipped for lake sailing. It has:
Bowness on Windermere