To ensure a perfect start to the summer season, it is worth paying attention to a few important details when winterising your boat.
In this interview with Sönke Roever, you'll learn all about what you need to bear in mind when clearing in and out of foreign ports in various countries.
The yacht for your perfect day at sea! The new BAVARIA SR36 with a bathing platform at the stern, a "wet bar" in the open cockpit and a spacious dining area.
Anyone sailing to Sweden should have these large‐format and excellent harbour guides on board.
In the Corona summer of 2020, Martin Daldrup sailed his Bavaria 34 Holiday alone from Martinique to Helgoland: An extraordinary journey under extraordinary circumstances.
Learn more about the stages of boat building on the assembly line and how the modern process of "value stream organization" is used at Bavaria Yachts.
The interior of a yacht needs to fit with millimetric precision. At the Bavaria shipyard, the individual parts of the furniture are fitted with a great deal of know‐how. A look inside a special kind of carpentry workshop.
The „birth“ of a new BAVARIA begins with the lamination of the hull and deck. But how exactly are these important parts laminated?
The answers to all the important questions around driving motor boats for newbies and professionals.
Important tips from circumnavigator Sönke Roever for anchor professionals and everyone who would like to become one.
Yachtsport editor Detlef Jens boarded the new day cruiser BAVARIA VIDA 33 and enjoyed an unforgettable day.
Setting, recovering and reefing – all of these actions are part of sailing with an in‐mast furling mainsail. Here are some essential tips for the fast and safe handling of a furling mainsail.
Sail the Cyclades during the high and Meltemi seasons with a small family crew? Why not, as long as you know what to expect.
Sailing downwind we will have something completily different then sailing upwind. In the moment we entered the situation to bear away, it is like we stopped watching one movie and started with another one.
Who designed BAVARIA’s first ever flybridge yacht? Well, with the Virtess 420 Fly it was Marco Casali wo wrote a new chapter in the book of successful BAVARIA Yachts. And now the dynamic architect is sharpening his pencil for the S- and the SR-line.
Join us on an exclusive tour of the world’s largest water sports exhibition. In the BAVARIA Blog we give you a small foretaste of what you can expect at the boot Dusseldorf 2020.
It is the people who build boats in a shipyard. It’s the people that make the difference. Despite series production there is still a lot of craftmanship involved. And of course a lot of know‐how to develop new models at a shipyard.
The BAVARIA C42 is the progression from the BAVARIA C-Line. Chines on the hull and a v-shaped bow give it a very special character. In this BAVARIA Story the designer and the product manager explain the advantages.
Sicily, the largest Mediterranean island, may be a part of Italy, but it remains a world apart. In search of culture and history you are confronted with two sides of reality. With The sunny postcard image and everyday life in Bella Sicilia.
An English couple is voyaging the world on a Bavaria Ocean and has spent the last two years exploring Alaska.
The perfect harbour manoeuvre is not magic, but the right combination of practice, preparation, technique and communication. In this blog post we show how the manoeuvre feared by many sailors and motorboaters works.
Jesper Bank, director and joint owner of Elvstrøm Sails, on fitting sails to your Bavaria yacht.
Italian designer Maurizio Cossutti talks about his work and the design of the BAVARIA C-Line.
Press tests are always an exciting moment for the whole BAVARIA YACHTS team. This June, eight maritime journalists boarded a brand-new BAVARIA C50 in the bay of Portofino.
Michael was one of the first who started a boat building apprenticeship with us. Now, he is 28 years old and foreman for the production of the motorboats. Here is his story …
They are both in charge of interiors and end-Fittings. Let's take a look into their daily work.
Ocean and adventure sailor Kari „Ruffe“ Nurmi was the first Finn to sail around Svalbard, a Norwegian archipelago in the Arctic Ocean, in a fiberglass boat – a BAVARIA 300. Here is his story…
On the Main, BAVARIA YACHTS has its own test centre. What exactly happens there? We went there to take a look ...
What sets us apart? Many would say it is our yachts that define BAVARIA. We think it is also the people who make this shipyard something special. It's the people who give everything every day to get a little closer to perfection. It is our employees who put all their experience, all their skills and all their passion into a product that deserves to bear our name.
It is we who make BAVARIA special. Every day, with everything we do, we are proud that We are BAVARIA!