Shown for the first time at Cannes, the models are the new, high-end Vision 42 and the family-orientated Cruiser 33, and continue Bavaria’s roll-out of exciting new designs with roomy interiors.
Mark Tucker of Design Unlimited said, “Designing for boats in this size bracket is very demanding. The expectations of owners when it comes to space, amenities, light and quality get greater as every year goes by.
“The challenge this presents is enormous and it is very satisfying when all the components come together to create boats that we know will give great pleasure to their future owners. Externally, Design Unlimited has ensured that both boats have spacious cockpits that are as much part of the living space as the interiors. This makes the boats ideal for extended cruising.
“The Vision 42 features additional innovative details such as the asymmetrical cockpit layout with an offset hatch. This creates a single, safe gangway and contributes significantly to the impressive amount of space in the cockpit.
“Internally, the Vision 42 has been a particular pleasure to work on, with its headroom, beam and plethora of hatches and windows. She has everything needed for extended passage making with roomy cabins and a comfortable, elegant saloon that is perfect for dining and relaxation. The Cruiser 33 is more compact but still surprisingly spacious for a yacht of her length. Inside she is stylishly functional with all the facilities that a family requires for weekend and warm water sailing.”
Design Unlimited’s partnership with Bavaria began with the Vision 46 launched at the start of 2012. That yacht received a highly positive reception and it is hoped that these two new models, with their naval architecture again by Farr Yacht Design, will receive similar recognition.