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New Bavaria Cruiser 34

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A big cockpit with two wheels and a comfortable layout under deck with three cabins are only two features of the new CRUISER 34 of BAVARIA YACHTS. 

The perfect view of sails, course and crew is not only an important safety factor, it also increases the comfort and pleasure of sailing. From the two steering wheels of the CRUISER 34 the helmsman has this optimum overview. It was important to the designers of BAVARIA YACHTS to form the seats ergonomically, so a long day at sea is a pleasure. The second advantage: the cockpit offers a lot of space from the bathing platform up

to the companionway. The trimming of the sails is an easy experience for the crew of the CRUISER 34. The main sheet is led on the roof, the fore sail is trimmed via winches from the cockpit, which is all conveniently within reach of the helmsman.

Below deck there is space for six people in three generous cabins. Giving this fact the CRUISER 34 offers an unbelievable space in her boat size. The dinner preparation is pure joy in the L-shaped galley. Sink, cooker and cool box are adapted to the needs of a crew of six people, also the storage in all cabins and the generous size of the bathroom with shower.

The lines of the CRUISER 34 come from FARR YACHT DESIGN in the US like all sailing yachts from BAVARIA YACHTS do. The layout under and on deck of the CRUISER 34 comes from the experienced developing team of BAVARIA YACHTS and Design Unlimited in England.

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TECHNICAL DATA preliminary

Length overall 9,99 m
Beam overall 3,42 m
Draught standard cast iron keel (approx.) 1,95 m
Draught option cast iron keel as shallow keel (approx.) 1,50 m
Fuel tank (approx.) 150 l
Water tank (approx.) 150 l
Cabins – Heads, standard 3 - 1
Berths, standard version 6
Mainsail and fore sail, standard (approx.) 51,00 m2
Height of mast above water line (approx.) 14,80 m

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