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Bavaria Cruiser 33

The new generation with 2 cabins

Whether you want to spend time with family and friends on the open seas or set forth on a solo cruise, the BAVARIA CRUISER 33 was designed to satisfy your every need. Besides excellent sailing performance, the CRUISER 33 offers you unexpectedly generous space in the cockpit and – more importantly – below deck. Here the crew will find a saloon so comfortable and spacious that they would be forgiven for thinking they were sailing a much larger yacht – as many journalists have already commented during testing of the CRUISER 33. Farr Yacht Design and Design Unlimited have worked hard to maximise interior volume and ergonomics above deck, across the entire range, and the CRUISER 33 is testament to this design brief from the BAVARIA yard.

It is not uncommon to see a double berth with the dimensions of a king size bed in the guest cabin of a 33-foot yacht. But only a CRUISER 33 will offer you corresponding headroom, a great deal of movement and storage space to boot.

Cockpit

The cockpit is where many a happy hour is spent aboard the CRUISER 33 – tasting the freedom of the sea while out cruising, or back in the harbour watching the sun go down at the end of a perfect day of sailing. The yacht is comfortably helmed from the ‘high’ or the ‘low’ side and the long cockpit seats are ergonomically shaped for a comfortable sitting position when sailing and even a relaxing lying position! The swim platform on the CRUISER 33 has generous dimensions – 4 square metres, in fact, allowing ample space for a dip in the ocean when you drop anchor. However, we know that a swim platform serves more than just one purpose: back in the harbour it is the entrance to the cockpit, the loading point for supplies, an area for inflating the dinghy and an extension to the cockpit for when for the crew to get together after an exhilarating day of sailing. It is engineered and constructed with all these functions in mind. In the overall design of the CRUISER 33 , Farr Yacht Design not only paid attention to getting an efficient hull form but also in creating a construction and lamination schedule that enables BAVARIA to build a strong and sea worthy yacht, with an excellent finish.

Lighting

In order to optimise lighting, the CRUISER 33 makes use of a sophisticated lighting design consisting of three skylights, newly designed flush windows in the coach roof, two hull windows and two windows in the cockpit. High quality blinds offer ample protection when the sun gets too bright or extra privacy is required. The hatches and windows are designed in such a way that it is not only the light that can be adjusted according to need – ventilation in the CRUISER 33 is controlled by opening and closing the hatches. All hatches and windows can be opened to various degrees in order to let exactly the desired flow of air into the two cabins, the head and the saloon.

Extras

An air conditioner or a heating system on a 33-foot yacht? On the CRUISER 33 this is no problem and can be added as an optional extra during construction. Chart plotter, navigation electronics and a sound system – all of it interfaced and user-friendly: these are just some of the many options that the product managers at BAVARIA have sourced from the best manufacturers in their respective fields and optimised for the CRUISER 33.

Quick Specification

Length overall 9,99 m
Length hull 9,75 m
Length waterline 8,85 m
Beam overall 3,42 m
Draught standard cast iron keel (approx.) 1,95 m
Draught option cast iron keel as shallow keel (approx.) 1,50 m
Unloaden weight (approx.) 5.200 kg
Ballast (approx.) 1.300 kg
Engine, Volvo Penta with Saildrive D1-20
Engine power 13,3 kW/18 hp
Fuel tank (approx.) 150 l
Water tank (approx.) 150 l
Cabins – Heads, standard 2 – 1
Berths, standard version 4
Height in salon (approx.) 1,84 m
Mainsail and fore sail, standard (approx.) 51,00 m2
Height of mast above water line (approx.) 14,80 m
Cabins
 
cabins – heads 2 – 1
Berths 4
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EXTERIOR

Hull
Hull color white
1 hull windows (fixed)
Colored stripe on hull, grey
Rudder/Keel
Cast iron keel as deep keel
Symmetrical rudder with fore balance
Emergency tiller
Steering pedestal
1 steering pedestal and steering wheel covered with leather
Helmsman seat
Compass on cockpit table
Deck
1 Deck ventilator
Cockpit floor, side deck and coach roof with anti slip
structure
4 Aluminium cleats
Pulpit, pushpit
Guardrail
Bow fitting with anchor roller
Bathing platform
Bathing platform manually lowerable with teak
Bathing ladder stainless steel
Cockpit-shower cold and warm water
(only in combination with warm water boiler)
Hatches and side windows
3 hatches to open up
4 port lights to open up
Cockpit
Teak on cockpit seats
Cockpit table
Box for gas bottles, self drained
Standing/running gear
Mainsail, coordinated for sport rigging, offshore-quality
Jib, coordinated for standard fore sail reefing gear,
offshore-quality
Sport rigging
Backstay adjuster, tackle
Winches
2 winch handles
2 x Lewmar Evo aluminium halyard winches,
1-gear, self-tailing
2 x Lewmar Evo aluminium genoa winches,
2-gear, self-tailing (30)

INTERIOR

Cabins
2 cabins
Cabinet in foreship and aft cabin
Mattresses fabric “New Drell”
Head
Pump-toilet with holding tank, disposal via seacock and
deck suction
Salon
Interior in solid wood and veneer, standard in mahogany
Blinds on hatches
Fly screen on hatches
Salon table, foldable wings
Salon with settee
Standard upholstery
Sideboards, shelves and cabinets
Handholds in salon
Handholds at companion way
Storage space with drawers and flaps
Navigation
Chart table with instrument console
Galley
2 burner gas stove with oven
Cooler with compressor
3 Fire extinguishers

MISCELLANEOUS

Fresh water
Fresh water tank with level indicator, 150 l
Holding tank
Electrical pressurised water pump with filter
Bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Electrical bilge pump
Engine
Two circuit cooling with seawater filter
Engine hour meter and rev meter
Fuel indicator
Electrical System
Engine circuit and board circuit, separated
Starter battery
2 AGM board batteries
Shore supply 230 V (shore supply 110 V as an option)
Main power supply with circuit breaker and control lamps
Battery charger, 25 A
AC-outlet package (1 per cabin and 2 in galley)
12 V outlet at switch board
Navigation
Navigation lights, deck light
Certification
CE-Certification Category A
CE-Certification Category B
GL CE-Yacht certification