|The signature features of the Farr design continue through the mid range, with fine hull entry, plumb stems, maximised waterline length, pronounced topsides and coach roof. The Cruiser 41 delivers freedom, luxury and outstanding sailing performance for circumnavigators and sailing families alike. The twin helm position of the new Bavaria Cruiser 41, which provides superb handling and all-round visibility for the skipper, is fairly standard in this size range, but the lowerable transom is far from standard amongst the competition. Be ready for platform envy in the anchorage and stern to the dock.
She is designed to be easy to handle yet very rewarding to sail and features a single rudder with twin wheel steering, short footed head sails and all halyards and tensions lead cleanly into the cockpit. At the stern, the roomy cockpit area has geometrically arranged seating areas, to ensure optimal comfort for all crew members. The wooden cockpit sole and thwarts provide an elegant finish and, with the genoa tracks positioned on the coach roof along with flush hatches, there is a clean and unfettered feel to this stunning yacht which has a cockpit designed to comfortably seat at least six people. Further intelligent design features include the flexible cockpit table with integrated and clearly-visible chart plotter, handrails and drinks holders to make every trip a pleasant affair.
Large, easily-accessible lockers and additional storage space under the cockpit floor also provide plenty of room for equipment.
Below deck, the Cruiser 41 is all about luxurious comfort and generous amounts of space. Her optimised hatches and the large side coachroof windows, which have already proved so popular on other Cruiser yachts, allow a maximum amount of light into the interior, making the living quarters even more comfortable. A further characteristic of the new Cruiser line are the rounded edges throughout the interior. The Cruiser 41 saloon has an impressive 1.97m height while the new air ventilation and light concept provides the yacht in all areas with a pleasing brightness and perfect air circulation. Benefiting from the hull's long waterline length, the Bavaria 41 interior features two or three large cabins, one or two heads and a very spacious saloon designed to very practically cater for truly relaxed entertaining that has long been Bavaria's trademark. There are intelligent design solutions below deck too, such as the folding salon table or adjustable seating for dining with larger numbers, while the fixed chart table has additional shelf space and storage area to ensure that plotting next day's course remains a comfortable affair. The fore cabin provides an owner a lovely, private area to retire and can incorporate its own fully appointed bathroom. The one or two aft cabins also offer generous proportions, each comfortably accommodating two adults. There is a further fully appointed bathroom with separate shower aft to port. The new layout gives generous and comfortable cabins to ensure optimal relaxation for the whole crew while the forward cabin now also features a larger bed for additional space and a more relaxing night's sleep.
Available as a 2 or 3 cabin layout, with interior joinery available in bosse mahogany, oak or teak, and with 11 styles of upholstery to choose from, this spacious and ergonomic yacht can be customized to your individual tastes.
The price advertised is an in the water price GST & duty paid, and comes with the "Kiwi" and "factory" pack and is subject to exchange rate fluctuations. Possible to purchase ex-GST if using as a charter boat.