BAVARIA C45

Because the best is just right.

Quality always makes the difference. Why? Because you can simply tell when materials are special. You can feel it and you can see it. Solid wooden trim, for instance. It’s the love of detail that makes a yacht what it is – and, where it matters, hand craftsmanship. At BAVARIA YACHTS, the entire interior is made in Germany. Every single wooden component is varnished up to six times. This is a level of quality you simply can’t replace.

But it isn’t just us at BAVARIA YACHTS who are striving for the best result. Every stage of the creation of our yachts involves reliable, big‐name partners, each of them market leaders in their field. They too help ensure that the quality is up to the mark – for the best of times at sea.

Bavaria Vacutec – used in these yachts too.

Like all BAVARIA YACHTS, the Bavaria C45 is made using a special, innovative process: vacuum infusion technology, which we call BAVARIA VacuTec. This results in a stronger but lighter boat.

  1. Mould tool
  2. Gelcoat and GRP laminate
  3. Peel ply
  4. Permeable film
  5. Resin flow mesh
  1. Vacuum bagging film
  2. Vacuum control valve
  3. Resin flow channel
  4. Sealing tape

The interior

Each room is given its own atmosphere by the way the interior is built. That’s why there are three types of wood to choose from: from dark (mahogany, walnut) to pale (white oak).  All of the furnishings in the cabins and saloon are manufactured in modules, separately from the hull. The same goes for all the installations, the laying of cables and lines. At the end, each module is checked carefully to see that it works correctly, and only then installed.

The leather

Leather is one of the most beautiful and exclusive natural products. It’s tough and resilient on the one hand, but gives a wonderful feeling of comfort on the other. When you touch it, you can simply feel the exclusivity, and on the BAVARIA C45 it’s always carefully matched to the interior.

The floor

Floors on yachts have to put up with a lot. Water, heat, knocks. That’s why they have to be extraordinarily tough. We only use materials that can withstand every step, every kind of pressure and every weather. And we install them in a functional design and at the top quality level.

You can’t sail properly without the proper sail.

Every trip is different. And the demands on sails are equally diverse. So every trip has to begin with choosing the right sail. Day‐excursion? Sailing through an archipelago for a week at midsummer? Or is it going to be a really long voyage?

If you’re sailing on the open sea, the material your sail is made out of has to be able to cope with the weather conditions. Dimensional stability and durability are key. Find the right material with us:

Polyester fabric (Dacron)

Polyester fabric has changed enormously in recent years and has developed to a very high standard. Dacron is the most popular sail material. It’s almost indestructible, very resistant to UV light, and economical too. That’s why it’s suitable for making sails for average demands.

Polyester Laminate DCX

Sails made of this material offer excellent dimensional stability. They’re low‐stretch, durable, and highly tear‐resistant. The advantage here is that you can sail more efficiently in different wind strengths without any loss of handling. That means you can sail fast – closer to the wind – with less listing.

EPEX Membrane

Our EPEX table is the most precise of its kind anywhere in the world. This is how it works: a patented application head positions every single fibre precisely while the whole membrane is held in place by an extra‐strong vacuum. The result is a strong sail that can withstand the harshest conditions for years while retaining exceptional dimensional stability and performance.

Nylon

The big advantage of nylon is that it can be woven very tightly. This produces a very light and strong fabric. Despite being so light, it exhibits high tensile strength. Because of that and because it’s so resistant to wear, this fabric is excellent for downwind sails like spinnakers and gennakers.