Bavaria 39-3 Cruiser

 
Dimensions
12.14 x 3.97 x 1.85
Building material
Grp
Berthing
Sales marina
Building year
2005
Survey
No
Asking price
Sold to Holland

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Bavaria 39-3 Cruiser indelingstekening

GENERAL

Building year
2005
Launched
2006
Dimensions
12.14m x 3.97m x 1.85m
Builder of the hull
Bavaria Yachtbau
Building number
DE-BAVF39M4k506
Designer
J&J Design
Hullshape
Roundbilge
Shape of keel
Finkeel
Building material
Grp
Displacement
Ca. 7.6 ton
Ballast
Ca. 2500 kg
Hull finishing
Yard
Interior finishing
Mahogany
Deck
Grp
Deck-cabins
Grp
Number of cabins
4 (inclusief salon)
Bunks
6
Mast-clearance
Ca. 18.0 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

ENGINE

Brand and type
Volvo Penta D1-30
Building year
2005
Vermogen
29 pk (21 kW)
Fuel
Diesel
Fuelconsumption
Ca. 2 liter per uur
Transmission
Saildrive
Cooling
Indirect
Fueltanks material
+
Fuel tanks
App. 210 liters
R.p.m. gauge
+
Hourcounter
+
Oil pressure gauge
Alarm
Temperature gauge
Alarm
Engine hours
App. 1350 hour
Propellor
Fixed propeller
Bowprop
Electric
Boegschroef merk
Side Power
Remarks
Af fabriek

RIGGING

Type of rigging
Sloop bermudian
Material of spars
Aluminium
Fittings
Stainless steel
Material stays
Stainless steel
Material of sails
Dacron
Color
White
Mainsail
Fully battened mainsail
Other sails
Genoa
Reefing
-
Spinnaker pole
-
Decksails
Sprayhood, zeilhuik, bimini, stuurwielhoes
Winches
4x ST
Remarks
Selden headsail furlex

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Batteries
2x service 1x start 1x boegschroef
Tension
12 V
Shore power
220 V
Battery charger
+ Quick SBC Battery Charger
Generator
-
Voltmeter
+
Amperemeter
-
Inverter
-
Remarks
2x 110Ah accu's nieuw 2022
Boegschroefaccu nieuw 2021
Motor startaccu nieuw 2020

NAVIGATION

Compass
Plastimo
Echosounder
Raymarine Tridata
Log
Raymarine Tridata
Airspeedindicator
Raymarine
Marine radio telephone
Uniden Oceanus DSC/ATIS VHF
Autopilot
Raymarine ST6002
Radar
Furuno 1623
Weatherfaxreceiver
PC Navtex Pro
Plotter
Raymarine A50D
AIS
Em-trak B921 AIS transponder
Radarreflector
Sea-me actieve radar reflector
Remarks
Raymarine SPX10 SmartPilot corepack met fluxgatekompas, Lewmar Bavaria Integra Autopilot Drive Pack, Raymarine LiefTag MOB system.

GAZ AND WATER

Material watertanks
+
Watertanks
App. 400 liters
Water pressure system
Electric
Hot water system
Boiler
Indoor shower
2
Shower outside
1
Toilet
2
Holding tank
+, - liter
Refridgerator
+
Tankwell
+
Stove
2-flame
Stove fuel
Gaz
Oven
+
Heating
Webasto Air Top 5000
Heating fuel
Diesel
Remarks
SHURflo water pump
QL Water Heater
All bronze seacocks (alle afsluiters brons)

ON DECK

Second rudder control
-
Material pulpit
Stainless steel
Safety railing
Stainless steel
Anchorwinch
Electric
Swimming platform
Integrated
Swimladder
Stainless steel
Anchor
1
Anchorchain
+
Life raft
1
Reddingsvlot gekeurd
1
Remarks
Lewmar B10490 Ankerlier, Seago Sea Cruiser ISO 9650-2 life raft nieuw 2021

V.A.T. AND REGISTER

V.A.T.
Demonstrable payed
Registered
Not registered
Survey
No

INTERVIEW WITH SELLER

What’s the reason for selling the yacht?
We started sailing the boat with absolute pleasure in inland waters of The Netherlands, the North Sea, the French and Spanish Atlantic coast and the Mediterranean.
We enjoyed especially the interior room and space of the ship, compared to her compact exterior dimensions.
From 2021 we sailed the boat back from Italy and Spain to Holland. This was a perfect finish of many years of carefree sailing.
We are now looking forward to new experiences in Europe on land.
Where have you been sailing (sailing area)?
We started 16 years ago on the inland waters of Holland. After increasing our experience we started to expand our horizon to the Dutch coastal waters and the East coast of England. We wanted to get more long distance sailing experience and started to follow the French coast to the Bay of Biskay, Spanish Atlantic coast and entering the Mediterranean south of Gibraltar. We sailed the western Mediterranean, North African coast and east until South Italy.
Since when are you the owner of the yacht? How many owners?
We are the first and original owners of the ship since 2006. We never rented her out, nor has she sailed without us on board. So we are sure that no mishaps occurred.
Has the yacht been without any accident?
Absolutely! We never hit someone or something. Sailing carefully is paramount in the Med, as the bottom there is rocky. Manoeuvring with care near shallows and in small harbours is important. Fortunately the Western Mediterranean is not as crowded with pleasure yachts as e.g. Greece, so chances of incidents are less.
What can you tell about the sailing characteristics?
The ship is easy to sail and forgiving in any wind and water conditions. It carries a lot of square meters of sail in relation to its weight and dimensions, so best is to reef the sails early. Then she keeps an even keel and profits from the designed waterline in stead of tilting and loosing speed. When you do this, if necessary in stronger winds even with a second reef, the ship will give you confidence in all conditions. We never felt unsafe and she keeps her speed with the sail reefed.
How is the yacht maintained, are there any invoices available concerning the maintenance?
All necessary maintenance has been carried out over the years. If requested we are willing to present the maintenance bill before we left from Denia in Spain back to The Netherlands.
Was the yacht regularly ashore during winterperiods? Every year?
When we arrived in the Mediterranean we found the best solution to use the boat was to sail it once or twice a yaer for a couple of weeks at a time. Distances in the Med are substantial and of course traveling to and from the harbour, where the boat was left, is a consideration of time and possibilities. Having the boat on shore was therefor sensible and also beneficial for the boats condition. Each time before we arrived the boat was maintained, prepared, lowered into the water and thus ready to be sailed.
What is the boat name and the (special) meaning of this name?
We called her “2Rome”, meaning “to roam” and “to Rome”, which we did.
Other remarks:
Very fine, safe and comfartable ship for longer stays, journeys and family trips. Special are the two separate bathrooms and the interior height of the cabins
Sailing characteristics are fine in all conditions and on all open waters. Always felt safe. At the same time the ship is compact and easy to manoeuvre around and in small harbours; the originally fitted side power makes handling even more pleasurable.