BAVARIA YACHTS in France with two Debuts
published on 7 August 2019
Bavaria Yachts is celebrating two Cannes debuts with its C45 and C50 sailing yachts at the Yachting Festival between September 10th and September 15th.
It almost counts as a triple debut. For the first time, Bavaria Yachts will be represented at the Yachting Festival in Cannes among the sailing yachts in the new Port Canto exhibition hall (Sail 200 stand). And for the first time, French visitors to the largest trade fair in the Mediterranean will be able to view the Bavaria C45 and C50.
The Bavaria C50 was tested by journalists in the Mediterranean only recently.
The journalists confirmed her exceptionally good sailing performance and high quality of workmanship and equipment. In Cannes, the STYLE-Line line of the 15.55-metre-long and 5-metre-wide C50 will be available to view. In the saloon and the cabins, the Bavaria C50 wins potential owners over with high-quality upholstered wall panels, leather on all the stainless-steel handrails and many other elaborate design elements. On the deck, the clear-cut deck layout of the C50 ensures the highest level of sailing pleasure, plenty of space to relax and pure enjoyment on the water.
The Bavaria C45 has an incredible level of variability for a yacht of this size.
Perfect for owners with a three-cabin version and ideal for families with friends in the four-cabin version. The five-cabin version with ten berths offers a large scope of application for charter companies and for sailing training. All the halyards and sheets can be managed from the helm stand, meaning the Bavaria C45 can be sailed single-handedly. Of course, it’s not mandatory to sail the C45 alone – a BBQ in the cockpit or a relaxed afternoon on the large bathing platform in a quiet bay are much more fun with friends.
Both sailing yachts were designed by Coussutti Yachtdesign and developed together with the Bavaria Yachts engineering team.
“We’re thrilled to be represented at the Yachting Festival in Cannes alongside our distributors from France and Italy, and are excited to see how visitors react to the new festival concept with two separate exhibition harbours for sailing yachts and motor yachts,” says Michael Müller, CEO of BAVARIA YACHTS.