This two-cabin version includes a large master cabin forward, with a double V-berth, twin hanging lockers and a dressing seat. Aft in the port quarter is another large double cabin with a hanging locker and shelving. The bathroom is positioned to starboard of the companionway and includes a large wet locker which, in a novel touch, houses a toilet brush holder. A moulded seat over the Jabsco manual toilet hinges up or down to provide a safe perch when showering. A waterproof door protects the storage space under the sink, which like the galley has pressurised hot and cold water on tap.
The saloon has settees either side of the central table, which with the drop leaf extension up can provide a dinner setting for six.
The galley to port is well set up with stove and oven, refrigeration unit, twin sinks and storage shelves for utensils and provisions.
Opposite is the navigation station, which is traditionally-styled with a forward-facing benchseat and reasonably-sized chart table, plus an overhead mounting space for the GPS chartplotter.
Bavaria 36, built in 2003. Supplied new by Network Yacht Brokers Conwy.
Built using solid GRP up to the waterline, with GRP/foam sandwich topsides and deck. The hull laminate is increased around the keel join and includes Kevlar fabric in the bow for increased impact resistance.
A structural grid supports the keel loads, and the floor timbers, stringers and bulkheads are all glassed-in to add strength to the overall structure. High-grade marine plywood is used for the bulkheads, with mahogany solids and veneers used for the interior joinery.
Cast iron keel
Volvo Penta MD2030 29hp diesel, saildrive
Dual circuit cooling
Boat´s power supply switch board
Automatic fuses with control lamps
Engine circuit / Boat circuit 1 x 55 Ah / 1 x 140 Ah
240v Shore power support c/w cable
Pressurised hot and cold water
Hot water via calorifier
Sails and Rigging:
The Bavaria 36 has a deck-stepped, near-masthead rig with an anodised aluminium mast and boom, supported by slightly swept-back spreaders.
The overlapping genoa is set up with a roller-furler, standard sail inventory from Elvstrom includes a UV-strip on the genoa, plus a battened mainsail with lazy jacks and bag.
Halyards are led back to the aft end of the coachhouse, where there are Harken 16 winches for the halyards, sail controls and the mainsheet. The main traveller is also on the coachhouse, in front of the generously-sized companionway.
Anchor, chain and warp
Fenders and mooring warps
Dodgers with boat name
Steering wheel/binacle cover
2 x Self-tailing working winches
2 x Self-tailing genoa winches
2 x Winch handles
4 x Deck cleats
Outboard motor bracket
Teak cockpit seating
Raymarine Tridata (log, speed, depth)
Simrad VHF radio c/w antenna
Manual and electric bilge pumps
2.3hp outboard motor