Bavaria C45

April 23, 2020

Perfect sailing performance.

When they designed the BAVARIA C45, they wanted to create a yacht which people would feel completely at home on – with features like the huge bathing platform, big cockpit and bright saloon – and also a yacht of the utmost flexibility. There are two versions available: ‘Holiday’ and ‘Style’.

Read the brand new review of the Bavaria C45 by Zuzana Prochazka Here!

Bavaria C45

Furthermore, this is the only yacht in its class available in a five-cabin version as well as three and four cabins, and which has a dinghy garage for a tender. The new BAVARIA C45 is an absolute all-rounder.

Clear lines and clearly very different.

Maurizio Cossutti and his team masterminded the design of the BAVARIA C45. They created something truly unique – an elongated hull with three big windows, a long window strip, a narrow looking superstructure – in short: a silhouette in the style of a superyacht.

This yacht sets a completely new, fresh tone in the 45‐foot sailing yacht segment.

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For more information on the C45, visit the Bavaria website here


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