THE STAR OF THE SHOW. Introducing this years most anticipated launch, The Bavaria E34

THE STAR OF THE SHOW. Introducing this years most anticipated launch, The Bavaria E34

Introducing the Bavaria E34, smaller sibling to last year’s ‘European Power Boat of the Year’,  the Bavaria E40, has just launched and will make her Australian Debut at the 30th Anniversary of the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.

Like the E40, this 34’ is a single shaft, full displacement cruiser and she is available in either Sedan or Flybridge guises. You’ll be amazed by how much space Bavaria have fashioned into a 10m hull.

No other yacht of this size has two fully featured cabins with en-suite bathrooms.

The key to its appeal is having its two cabins at either end of the boat with the master forward and a comfortable double guest cabin aft beneath the raised cockpit.

Bavaria always like to do things a bit differently and make them special. In the case of the BAVARIA E34, it’s the aft cabin. It offers a separate bathroom with shower and toilet – completely unique in this class of yacht. No other yacht of this size has two fully featured cabins with en-suite bathrooms. And both of them have their own entrances too, guaranteeing maximum privacy.

Inside you get the feeling you’re still outside, thanks to enormous panorama windows that make everything bright and immediate.

One of Bavaria’s aims in planning the BAVARIA E34 was to allow everyone aboard to see and notice as much as possible of their immediate surroundings. Outside, that means the big sunpad on the bow. Inside you get the feeling you’re still outside, thanks to enormous panorama windows that make everything bright and immediate. Nothing blocks your view.

Everything is centrally arranged: the lounge, the galley, the helmstand.

BAVARIA YACHTS regularly comes up with new innovations. In the BAVARIA E34, it’s the fact that everything is centrally arranged: the lounge, the galley, the helmstand. Everything appears as one and blends together. The same goes for the outside: pass through the big door to the cockpit, which merges with the saloon inside. There’s lots of light thanks to numerous electrically operated roof hatches.

As we found on the E40, driving from this far back takes a little getting used to but being a displacement cruiser the helm position suits life on the Gold Coast Broadwater and provides a very sociable configuration.

BLUE WATERS, GREEN TECHNOLOGY.

The new BAVARIA E34 was designed as a family yacht, which means it is oriented towards future generations – and the future of the environment. It consumes only one litre of diesel per nautical mile. The construction of the hull is also forward-looking – lighter yet stronger thanks to our proven BAVARIA VacuTec process. BAVARIA ModuTec means that the entire interior is built especially efficiently.

The Magic of VacuTec

BAVARIA scores points yet again with innovations in boat building. The latest bears the name BAVARIA VacuTec – a vacuum infusion technology. This will make many things in boat building lighter – literally. For instance, it reduces the weight by 20% and emissions from the work processes by up to 80%.

In short, the benefit of this technology is lighter and stronger hulls, plus effective protection against osmosis by the isophthalic acid resin in exterior panels, which are used during lamination. This innovative technology is but one aspect; their decades of knowledge are the other – it is, so to speak, always built-in with their yachts. In every BAVARIA.

If you only see one boat at this year’s show…make it the E34

The E in the BAVARIA E-Line stands above all for efficiency. Efficiency on the one hand with regard to the revolutionary spatial concept – everything is extra-big and provides extra space. But it also refers to the drive, where the focus is less on performance and more on the economy and the environment, and on being in harmony with nature. It’s like a floating home, a villa on waves, offering loads of living space and maximum comfort. The BAVARIA E-Line is the future of boating on the Gold Coast, and a must see at this years Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.

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