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Boat Specification Bavaria 42 Ocean - 1998
A lovely "Blue Water Cruiser" equipped for long legs.
Comfortable and practical with protected centre cockpit and large owner's cabin.
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The boat is made for relaxing sailing with a high level of comfort, both on long stages and in the harbour.
A classic layout where it’s invested in comfortable living, instead of the maximum number of berths.
Especially the spacious aft cabin is really luxurious with a large bed, its own toilet with separate shower and lots of storage space.
The longitudinal galley to port works well even during sailing trips and has plenty of workspace as well as storage and a large fridge box.
The cosy saloon with its sofa group and large table can also accommodate a larger party without any problems.
To starboard is the classic navigation table which is perhaps mostly used as an "onboard office".
In the front is a large cabin with its own toilet. Here is also a big berth and plenty of storage places.
Bavaria 42 Ocean has a spacious and comfortable centre cockpit where you sit well protected and safe.
The boat has a furling mast for easy sail handling and bow thrusters that helps a lot in narrow harbours. So even a smaller crew can easily handle the boat.
This Bavaria 42 Ocean is sold by the third owner. It is in good condition and is stored in warm hall in Pohja, approx. 1 h west from Helsinki / Finland.
Manufacturer: Bavaria Yachtbau Gmbh (Germany)
Length (Loa): 12.65 m
Width: 3.96 m
Depth: 1.95 m
Weight: 9,400 kg (empty)
Engine: Volvo Penta MD 22 P (59 hp)
For a complete equipment specification see the PDF-file above, below some examples:
Deck-King "teak" on deck and in cockpit
Raymarine & Autohelm navigation electronics, EPIRB, Navtex etc.
Electric anchor winch in the bow
Shore power, stove with oven, refrigerator, heater, hot water, showers, etc.
Selden furling mast
More photos coming soon!