The Bavaria 50 is a big boat, make no mistake. The cockpit seems similar, if not identical, to the 46 Cruiser but there is a difference in the beam and, obviously, the LOA.
The decks are wide and expansive with a broad foredeck and a lounging area forward of the mast.
The cockpit can fit eight adults with barely a squeeze and there's room on the cabin top and the decks for half a dozen more.
The traveller resides on the cabin top so there's a clear run from the swim platform, between the two big wheels, past the folding teak table in the centre of the cockpit to the companionway.
Bavaria has a well-deserved reputation for building yachts with truly aesthetic lines, but none engenders the term "WOW appeal" like the Bavaria 50. Regardless of whether you are savoring the amenities of the four- or five-cabin interior layout, enjoying the exhilaration of being on deck during a relaxing afternoon sail, or just standing on the dock watching her sail by, everything about the 50 speaks to pedigree. A powerful yet easily managed sail plan gives the 50 all the performance that the avid sailor could desire. Below decks, the spacious, bright interior will take your breath away. The large galley and a dinette area are ideal for entertaining guests or for intimate evenings at anchor. Take a close look, and you'll agree that the Bavaria 50 stands above all the rest.
Bavaria 50 Cruiser comes with 5 double cabins (3 of them with double bed and 2 with bunk beds) and 3 toilets.