Brand new for rent as a logical progression from the Bavaria C-line, a first of more than a dozen new Bavaria C42 sailboats joins our Croatia bareboat charter fleet in Split. Measuring 12.38m and fresh from the drawing boards of Cossutti Yacht Design in Italy with Bavaria Yachts in-house development, the new innovative hull shape with chines and V-shaped bow will provide not only more volume and space but also enhance the performance. Bavaria C42’s chines result in more stability and a longer waterline with more feeling when steering, whilst the V-shaped bow grants more volume to the forward area of the C42. In addition to hull design, the brief for the rigging and sail plan was to ensure easy-handling and above-average performance which has been achieved by 54sqm of sail area for the mainsail and 47sqm for the genoa for the extra portion of wind power.
Bavaria C42 for charter in Croatia offers accommodation for ideally 6 guests sleeping in 3 double guest cabin, whereby an additional 1-2 persons can sleep in the convertible salon. One forward double cabin with ensuite bathroom and two double aft cabins sharing one head will assure flexible options for families and friends at the same time. Bright, light, and airy is the ambiance in the salon where the U-shaped sofa on the starboard side and the lounge is found opposite on the portside. The galley is L-shaped and features large worktops and plenty of space to move without forgetting about useful storage space. Our Pirovac-based Bavaria C42 for charter will also be equipped with an LED-TV, however, the best area for socializing and relaxing will definitely be on the deck. The bow area of charter yacht Bavaria C42 and her side decks provide an unusually large amount of space for a sailboat of this size. Ergonomically formed and comfortable L-shaped seating bench in the cockpit plus additional seating and sunbathing on the superstructure of the yacht are paired with panoramic sea-views from both steering positions, enabling perfect outdoor spaces for all guests on board.