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Sailing yacht Bavaria 50

Year: 2006
Price: 129 000 Euro

LOA: 15.40 m
Width: 4.49 m
LWL: 13.45 m
Maximum draft: 2.20 m
Dry weight: 12,599 kg
Engines
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Engine. power: 54.44 kW
Engine type: D2-75
Motor Type: Inboard
Drive type: Sail drive
Year of construction: 2006
Hours of use: 2400
Capacities:
Fresh water tanks: (750 liters)
Fuel tanks: (320 liters)
Accommodation:
Number of cabins: 4
Number of bathrooms: 3

Sailing yacht Bavaria 50 2006

Sailing yacht Bavaria 50 2006, Price 129 500 Euro

Very good condition of the yacht, well equipped, serviced and ready for the season.

Additional description
4 cabins with 8 berths plus saloon
Salon with a comfortable sofa
· Luxuriously stylized salon table.
Lockers and shelves on the starboard side
Navigation table with large compartment for nautical charts and navigation instruments
Galley: stove with two burners and oven, semi-cardanic
Insulated cold room with DC electric refrigeration unit
· Fridge
Stainless steel sink
Compartments with drawers and hinged lids
3 marine toilets with comfortable synthetic surfaces
Bowl pump for toilet bowl with recovery tank
Toilet pump on the starboard side, with a recovery tank
Rear toilet with pump and recovery tank
Showers in all three marine toilets
10 opening hatches and 8 side windows
7 windows of the deaf body
2 panoramic windows in the salon
4 fire extinguishers
Gateway power switch board with automatic fuses and pilot lights
Voltmeter
1 x 88 Ah motor circuit, 1 x 140 Ah boat circuit
AC-shore powered with charger, 25 Ah
AC socket on switchboard, galley and sea heads (3x)
DC connector on switch board
Volvo-Penta D2-75, 55 kW / 75 hp Sail Drive and Fixed Screw
Dual-circuit cooling with seawater filter
Hour meter and rev counter
Insulated engine compartment
Diesel tank, volume 320 l, with level indicator and filter
Deck sides and deck with anti-slip design
Teak on seats and cockpit floor
Pulpit, pushpit
Railings opening from both sides
Anchor roller nose fittings
4 cleats (aluminum) open top
2 recessed wefts (aluminum)
2 winches, two-speed
2 winches for Genoese, two-speed
1 Genoa reef winch, self-guided
2 winch handles
Tensioners and guides to the cockpit
Self-locking anchor box
2 seats with a locker in the cockpit
Cockpit table with storage
Spray hood for splash protection
Vented and drained container with gas cylinder
Cockpit shower, boarding ladder
Well ventilation, electric bilge pump, Manuel bilge pump
Navigation lights, deck lights
Electric winch
Raymarine Tridata ST 60 (log, speedometer and echo sounder)
Compass
Wind gauge
Sail:
Mainsail, coordinated with a regular rig
Genoa coordinated with standard reef rigging
Regular rig
Roller device for lifting the deadbolt
Steering wheel
2 steering columns
2 steering wheels with leather trim
Tool compartment in the cockpit
Self-balancing steering wheel
Steering gear with self-aligning pendulum bearings
Emergency tiller

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