Bavaria 37-3

 
Dimensions
11.35 x 3.80 x 1.65
Building material
Grp
Berthing
Sales marina
Building year
2005
Survey
Yes
Asking price
Under offer

New sails!
First private owner!

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Bavaria 37-3 indelingstekening

GENERAL

Building year
2005
Launched
2006
Dimensions
11.35m x 3.80m x 1.65m
Builder of the hull
Bavaria Yachtbau
Building number
DE-BAVJ37PBK506
Designer
J&J Design
Hullshape
Roundbilge
Shape of keel
Tandemkiel
Building material
Grp
Displacement
Ca. 6.9 ton
Ballast
Ca. 2000 kg
Hull finishing
Yard
Interior finishing
Mahogany
Deck
Grp
Deck-cabins
Grp
Enclosed wheelhaus
-
Number of cabins
4 (inclusief salon)
Bunks
6
Mast-clearance
Ca. 16.5 meter
Headroom-fore
Ca. 1.90 meter
Headroom saloon
Ca. 1.95 meter
Headroom aft-cabin
Ca. 1.90 meter
Window material
Perspex
Steering
Wheel
Remarks
-Ventilatie openingen in alle ruimtes (hatch vents)

ENGINE

Brand and type
Volvo Penta MD1-30
Building year
2005
Building number
5102182853
Vermogen
29 pk (21 kW)
Fuel
Diesel
Fuelconsumption
Ca. 2 liter per uur
Transmission
Propellor shaft
Cooling
Indirect
Fueltanks material
+
Fuel tanks
App. 150 liters
R.p.m. gauge
+
Hourcounter
+
Oil pressure gauge
+
Temperature gauge
+
Propellor
Fixed propeller
Bowprop
-
Hekschroef
-

RIGGING

Type of rigging
7/8
Material of spars
Aluminium
Fittings
Stainless steel
Material stays
Stainless steel
Material of sails
Dacron
Color
White
Mainsail
Stowaway mainsail Hagoort Sails (latten in achterlijk) 2021
Other sails
Genoa II Hagoort Sails 130% 2021
Light weather sails
Spinnaker Quantum Sails 1,5Oz Reacher 90m2 2006
Reefing
Rolreef, Rodkicker Selden
Spinnaker pole
+
Decksails
Sprayhood, kuiptent, rolfokhoes
Winches
2x Val lier Lewmar 30, 2x Schootlier Lewmar 40, 2x Spi lier Lewm
Remarks
-Sprayhood en Kuiptent kevlar stiksels 2020 (De Vries Maritiem)
-RVS handgrepen aan buiskap
-Leder greep onder kap
-Rolfokhoes Deluxe nieuw 2021 (Hagoort Sails)
-Zeilen te bedienen vanuit de kuip

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Batteries
230Ah service Varta 2019 + 60Ah start Varta 2018
Tension
12 V
Shore power
220 V
Battery charger
+ Quick SBC251 plus
Generator
-
Voltmeter
+
Amperemeter
-
Inverter
-

NAVIGATION

Compass
Plastimo
Echosounder
Raymarine ST60 Tridata
Log
Raymarine ST60 Tridata
Airspeedindicator
Raymarine ST60
Marine radio telephone
2021 Standard Horizon Eclipse
Radio
2021 Pioneer DEH S720DAB CD+bl
CD-player
zie radio
Autopilot
Raymarine ST4000 (revisie 2021
Weatherfaxreceiver
Furuno Navtex NX-300
Plotter
2021 Raymarine Element S 7
AIS
Nasa Marine Receiver
Marine radio telephone
Standard Horizon Eclipse GX1300E
Remarks
-AIS splitter van EasySplit tbv Marifoon/AIS Radar
-Kuipspeakers Bose

GAZ AND WATER

Material watertanks
+
Watertanks
App. 210 liters
Water pressure system
Electric
Hot water system
Boiler
Indoor shower
1
Shower outside
1
Toilet
1
Holding tank
+, 40 liter
Refridgerator
+
Tankwell
+
Stove
2-flame
Stove fuel
Gaz
Oven
+
Heating
Webasto 3.5KW (revisie 2021)
Heating fuel
Diesel
Remarks
-Toilet Jabsco (2019)
-Koelkast Isotherm ASU 3701 energiezuinig (2020)
-2x ABC Brandblusser 2kg Mobiak (2021)
-1x ABF Brandblusser 2kg Mobiak (2021)

ON DECK

Second rudder control
-
Material pulpit
Stainless steel
Safety railing
Stainless steel
Anchorwinch
-
Swimming platform
Integrated
Swimladder
+
Anchor
2
Anchorchain
+
Remarks
-Midscheepse verhaalklampen
-3-kleuren toplicht
-1x Anker CQR 15kg + loodlijn
-1x Anker Bruce 20kg + ketting
-Firdell Blipper radarreflector
-Stuurwiel inklapbaar leder Lewmar
-Verlichting kuiptafel

V.A.T. AND REGISTER

V.A.T.
Demonstrable payed
Registered
Not registered
Survey
Yes

SURVEYREPORT

 

This yacht has been tested on 14-12-2021 by an Expert Pleziervaartuigen. During the yacht inspection the yacht was assessed on a number of components:

  • vessel under the waterline
  • vessel above the waterline
  • deck, structure and cockpit
  • rigging
  • inside hull
  • construction
  • interior
  • electrical installation
  • built-in gas installation
  • steering
  • engine unit
  • trial run
  • inventory/equipment

    Conclusion of the yacht inspection
    The condition test of the yacht as carried out has at the present time resulted in the following (final) assessment:

  • INTERVIEW WITH SELLER

    What’s the reason for selling the yacht?
    We have enjoyed beautiful sailing holidays with the whole family for the past twenty years. Our children grew up on the boat and we have had many impressive experiences with them and friends on the water. Now we've decided it's time to celibrate our holidays in a different way and in a different area. We do not yet know exactly what and how, but we are thinking of camping; motorhome, tent or caravan. We will discover that in the near future.
    Where have you been sailing (sailing area)?
    The boat has always been on the Braassemermeer. There is a small group of islands where we spent many weekends. If we had more than a weekend, we would go to open water via the Ringvaart (Haarlem or Amsterdam). We have spent many holidays in Zeeland and Friesland. But we also sailed to the Belgian and French coasts or crossed over to England. Those were magnificent adventures!
    Since when are you the owner of the yacht? How many owners?
    We are the first owner and bought the boat at Holland Sailing in 2005 on the Hiswa in-water boat in IJmuiden.
    Has the yacht been without any accident?
    Yes, the ship has remained undamaged.
    What can you tell about the sailing characteristics?
    It is a wonderful ship that is easy to steer. It turns smoothly and easily on its keel and sails smoothly and stably on the engine. The ship has very good sailing characteristics in all weather conditions inland and offshore. With furling genoa and mainsail it is easy to trim. And with new Hagoort sails, it is also a fast sailing ship.
    How is the yacht maintained, are there any invoices available concerning the maintenance?
    Yes, demonstrable maintenance has been carried out.
    Was the yacht regularly ashore during winterperiods? Every year?
    The ship has been ashore every year until five years ago. Our last harbour did not offer this facility. The ship was ashore two years ago.
    What is the boat name and the (special) meaning of this name?
    The boat name is Bay of Plenty, this is a well-known bay in New Zealand where the English explorer James Cook landed in 1769 and found large food supplies from local Maoris. For us, the boat has lived up to its name; in abundance of fun, friendship and adventure.
    Other remarks: