News from BAVARIA YACHTS
BAVARIA YACHTS will present its new BAVARIA C38 in autumn. After the BAVARIA C42, this is the second newly developed sailing yacht this year.
The first day cruiser with an outboard engine from BAVARIA YACHTS is continuing to be developed as planned. The development team at the Giebelstadt shipyard are now on the home stretch with the first two prototypes.
Especially in times like these you realize how important a good crew is. That's why we want to say thank you.
Bavaria Yachts is entering the growing motorboat market for day cruisers with outboards. The first model will go into production in the Giebelstadt yard as early as September.
BAVARIA YACHTS keeps its word and presents at the boot 2020 from January 18th to 26th further novelties besides the new sailing yacht BAVARIA C42 and the motorboat BAVARIA SR41.
Business is running well at BAVARIA YACHTS, as summarised by the new management in Giebelstadt.
BAVARIA C-Line continues on its successful course in the USA. Now the BAVARIA C57 and C45 has been nominated for the Best Boat Award of the SAIL magazine. The winners will be announced in January.
We are celebrating two Cannes debuts with our C45 and C50 sailing yachts at the Yachting Festival between September 10th and September 15th.
In focus: Preparations for the delivery season for sailing and motor yachts
After boot Dusseldorf, there are other important international boat shows on the agenda for BAVARIA YACHTS.
At the 50th boot in Düsseldorf (19 to 27 January), BAVARIA YACHTS is presenting the latest models in its successful CRUISER, VISION and C-Line on a stand with an area of almost 1700 square metres in hall 17.
With nine motoryachts, BAVARIA YACHTS is presenting its complete range of motoryachts at the 50th boot in Düsseldorf (19 to 27 January 2019) on a stand with an area of 1700 square metres in hall 17.
The future development of Bavaria is taking clear shape: The yacht builder, respected worldwide for its good price/performance ratio, will once again build its boats one hundred percent in Germany.