Bavaria 42 Cruiser
Overall Length: 44ft 0in 13.4m Waterline: 36ft 6in 11.15m
Sails: Kemp 2001 mainsail and genoa, Kemp 2002 spinnaker.
Beam: 13ft 1in 3.95m Draught [cast lead fin & bulb]: 6ft 5in 1.95m
Displacement: 8400kg Ballast: 2800kg
Sail area: 19.87 sqm Engine: Volvo Penta MD22L 55hp diesel
Designer: J & J Builder: Bavaria Yachtbau Gmbh, Germany, 2001
Six berths in three cabins.
HIN: DE-BAVG 42U6D101 CE: 0062 Category A Ocean
Rig: Seldén aluminium mast, deck-stepped with in-mast furling, aluminium boom, spinnaker pole and stainless steel rigging, genoa roller furling system with twin luff groove, stainless steel pulpit, RORC guard rails and lifelines. 7/8 fractional rig with D1/D2 inners.
Engine: Volvo Penta MD22L raw water-cooled four-cylinder 55 hp marine diesel, serviced November 2017, delivers 6-10 knots. Consumption from 210-litre fuel tank is approximately 3.5 litres per hour at 1500 rpm. New in 2001 with 815 engine hours. The engine drives a fixed propeller and a 12-volt alternator charging four lead acid batteries [three domestic 180Ah plus one starter 88Ah].
Hull: GRP to Germanischer Lloyd standards with Kevlar fabric in collision endangered area and coat of isophthalic acid resin with powder-bounded glass mat to resist osmosis and keep laminate watertight. Keel blasted, epoxied and copper-coated November 2017. Teak-covered deck.
Accommodation: Fitted out in mahogany with immaculate original ultramarine upholstery and curtains. Berths for three couples. Saloon seating for 8 persons at the table. Pressurised hot and cold water system offers showers, heads and washbasins in two aft staterooms, each suitable for two people. Access to the aft head is from both the saloon and from aft cabin. Well appointed galley with pots, pans, crockery, Bavaria gimballed triple-burner gas cooker, Matsui electric microwave cooker, Coolmatic refrigerator, with stainless steel twin sinks and hot and cold pressurised water from 210-litre and 150-litre flexible water tanks. Grey water holding tank fitted under saloon seating.
Bob Perry of Sailing Magazine commented in 2000, "The fractional rig pushes the mast forward, and in this case, it moves the mast out of the middle of the main cabin and nestles it up against the forward bulkhead. From a sailing perspective the big sail is now on the boom and easily handled, especially if you go with a Leisure Furl boom, my favorite new piece of gear. With the mast and center of pressure of the mainsail forward, you can probably sail this boat reasonably well under mainsail alone, if you are feeling lazy. The spreaders are swept 18 degrees."
BLUE MAGIC is offered VAT paid on the hard at the Bluepoint Marine Services, Liverpool Marina, Liverpool, L3 4BP.
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