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Bavaria 30

Price SOLD
Length (m) 9.47
Width (m) 3.28
Draft (m) 1.40
Building year 2007
Material Polyester
Location Bruinisse

Bavaria 30

The Bavaria 30 Cruiser, offers lots of space and comfort for a 30ft sailing yacht. She is very well maintained, only privately used and has only 500 engine hours! Located sales office House of Yachts Bruinisse.


Bavaria 30 Cruiser
Built in 2007 by Bavaria Yachts GmbH, Germany
Designed by J&J Design
GRP hull, superstructure and deck
Teakdeck in cockpit
Headway approx. 14,10 m
Displacement approx. 4.200 kgs
Ballast approx. 1.000 kgs


Modern light varnished mahogany interior
Navy blue and white fabric upholstery in saloon
2 cabins and saloon
4-6 berths
Mattresses (2021)
Jabsco manual u.w. toilet
AEG heater
Arne Jacobsen barometer
Galley with two burner gas stove and oven
Waeco fridge
S.s. sink
Electric waterpressure system

Motor, Electric & water

Volvo Penta D1-20 - 20 hp (annual service)
Approx. 500 engine hours
3 cylinder
Indirect cooling system
Saildrive (machet 2020)
2-bladed propeller
Approx. 90 ltrs diesel
Approx. 150 ltrs fresh water
Waste tank with deckdrai
12V / 230V electrical system
Start batterie (2021)
Service batterie
Battery charger
Shore power with cable


2x Lewmar 30ST sheetwinches
2x Lewmar 16ST halyardwinches
Fractional sloop rigged
Seldén aluminium mast
Seldén aluminium boom
Seldén aluminium rodkicker
Furlex 100s genoa furler
Mechanical backstay tensioner
Main sail with V&S Sailmakers lazy bag & lazy jacks system
Furling genoa
A-Symmatric spinnaker and spi-boom

Navigation & Electronic

Plastimo Compass
Raymarine ST60+ tridata (inside)
Raymarine ST60+ speed
Raymarine ST60+ depth
Raymarine ST60+ wind
Raymarine chartplotter
Simrad RT 1200 VHF
Navigation lights


V&S Sailmakers sprayhood
Bathing platform
Bathing ladder
Cockpit table
Covers for steering wheel and cockpit table
Blauwpunkt radio + Blauwpunkt speakers in saloon
Fenders + lines
Anchor + chain
Quick electric windlass
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Fire extinguisher (2023)
Antifouling (2022)
Anodes (2022)
Stored inside during winter