BAVARIA 50 CRUISER 2 OWNERS. NEVER CHARTERED. IMMACULATE PRESENTATION  

Price
AU $255,000 Negotiable Need Finance?
Length
50' 6" - 15.40m
Location
Avalon NSW Need Insurance?
Year
2005
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP

Price
AU $255,000 Negotiable    Need Finance? Need Insurance?
Description: Bavaria 50 Cruiser 2 owners. Never chartered. Immaculate presentation
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Two owners only Bavaria 50 Cruiser presented in absolutely beautiful condition! Never chartered, new electronics with repeaters, 4 cabin version with huge master cabin / ensuite, power winches, new skin fittings and ball valves, rig checked, new covers, dodger and Bimini, Solar panels and wind generator, new batteries, low hours engine in beautiful condition, plus much more...

'Whiteheaven' was purchased brand new by her previous owners, who sailed her around the Mediterranean for 18 months before crossing the Atlantic, Pacific, and finally back home to Pittwater (Sydney. Australia), where she was sold to her current owners. She then sailed down to Melbourne, where she became a resident of the Sandringham Yacht Club, where her owners kept her berthed for some time, attending to Sunday Social racing and regularly cruising her gently around Port Phillip and Geelong, to Portsea and Sorrento.
When her owners moved north to Port Macquarie a few years ago she followed them to their new home, sailing up the coast to her new berth in Port Macquarie, where she remained their pride and joy, and who regularly upgraded her with top of the range equipment, regular maintenance and service, when not enjoying exploring the East Coast or relaxing on board.

The Bavaria 50 Cruiser (2005 to 2007) is a remarkable boat, capable of a good turn of speed in light airs (7.5 knots in 14 knots beam reach when tested), but built for serious cruising in mind (you can take a look at the interesting Boatpoint review on http://www. Boatpoint. Com. Au/editorial/reviews/2005/cruiser-aft- cockpit/bavaria-50-cruiser-8634)
In spite of her cruising keel (6'1" only), she points close to the wind and responds effortlessly to the helm. Her well balance rig minimizes weather helm and her generous reserve buoyancy forward contributes once again to her sea-kindliness. The Bavaria 50 Cruiser is nevertheless a powerful boat, which standard versions saw them sometimes difficult to handle without electric winches. 'Whiteheaven' is fitted with top of the range Lewmar electric ST winches and a new MC Intyre boom brake as her owners would rather relax when the wind starts to climb, rather than sweat on the grinder.

If younger Bavaria models experienced sometimes dramatic design changes, such as larger windows (2010's), square windows and flush hatches (2014+), only to see them reverted to more logical designs for seagoing vessels not long after, the more traditional, stronger built pre-GFC models remain an intelligent, serious blue water cruiser, readily enjoyable whether you never wish to venture out of the bays or on the contrary wish to sail into the sunset. On 'Whiteheaven', everything is oversized for strength, durability and comfort at sea, with the signature luxury interior and vast but safe cockpit, huge volume of actually live-able accommodation (large cabins but still awesome space in the main living area, unlike some models who sacrifice the stateroom and ensuite for a larger amount of cabins which remain unused most of the time, or who extend the saloon only to make the galley tiny and hard to use in the seaway. Another great point for those of us who like to have everything on board but hate to step over bags and boxes because of lack of storage, the Bavaria 50 Cruiser's designers have managed to increase the amount of proper, dedicated storage needed without compromising on the feeling of space. Stepping into the saloon after visiting a 54' yacht I was surprised to see that the accommodation did not only feel a lot larger, but was also able to provide far more storage space throughout. Whereas longer boats often see a too-large sail locker, or too-tiny crew bunks in the bow actually reduce the accommodation below, the Cruiser 50 has a much more balance need for interior living space / storage, and smaller sail storage, which is then used more efficiently. The cockpit seats hide two huge lockers, which are far easier to access than a sail locker forward anyway, and in spite of her large amount of blue water cruising gear, everything has a place and there is no clutter anywhere. Another good trait is her step-through cockpit, which makes boarding easily from a dinghy or at the marina, where straight transom boats, even those with the newly designed hydraulic drop-down duckboard which cannot always be used in marinas means having to climb off the side in sometimes precarious conditions.

Back in 2005, when cost-cutting did not apply and large boats were built at much higher price tag for their size, a figure head like the Bavaria 50 had to impress for her quality of build and material used, lavishness of timber used inside and out (solid light mahogany interior and 12mm teak toe-rails for example), and shipwrights built finishing touches such as lovely rounded corners to doors and cabinetry (as opposed to square cut to minimize building costs), etc. The result is a timeless, beautiful yacht that actually speaks of the sea, and which if maintained properly will retain her value through time, intense post GFC yacht depreciation and fast changing fashion trends.

Taking a closer look at 'Whiteheaven' now, her Gelcoat is original and still very thick, which means that her topsides, if polished once a year, will continue to look new for years to come. There will be no need to re-spray 'Whiteheaven' for at least another decade. Her decks are non-skid molded Gelcoat in excellent condition, with no chip or dings anywhere. Her hatches do not leak, and are protected by removable covers to stop them from UV damage. Near the bow is a sail, rope locker big enough for fenders, spinnaker, sheets etc. It is designed in a way as not to impede on the accommodation below.

The cockpit is beautiful, relaxing heaven when at rest, but also offers a perfectly protected area when at sea, with her new dodger, Bimini and in-fill, to remain dry when raining or when needing to shelter from the sun. The lovely solid teak varnished table and seats can comfortably accommodate a large lunch company (at least 10 people), and is designed with a drained center storage area perfect for a bag of ice and some cold drinks, saving having to climb up and down into the galley to refill your glass. The wide companionway leads down a few teak steps down into the main cabin.

Aft on either side is a huge double cabin, with hanging storage and plenty of secure portholes for light and cross ventilation. There is good headroom over the beds, with full headroom about half-way down each berth. Each aft cabin has its own guest head / shower area with wash basin and storage.

Forward of the main cabin is double bunk cabin to port, with storage and good size single berths. Through another door is the stateroom, with island queen size berth, settee to starboard, and small desk or powder area to port. Hanging cupboards and a multitude of storage lockers will ensure you find a place for your whole wardrobe. A flat screen TV (complete with DVD and mobile digital TV receiver) is mounted on the wall opposite the bed. A door leads to the well proportioned ensuite with head and shower.

Back into the saloon, the beautifully and recently re-upholstered lounge curves around a mahogany table with opposite settee, which also provides convenient storage. The saloon sits 10 comfortably and hides yet more storage lockers. The floor is beautiful and unblemished, as is the timber-work throughout.

The galley, U shape and safe to use in the sea way, is equipped with ample storage, a top accessed eutectic fridge of good size and a separate front opening freezer. The 3 X burners stove is installed on Gymbals, and includes oven and grill. There is pressurized hot and cold water to the double stainless steel sink. There are Corian lids for everything to increase food preparation areas, and a folding lid/splashback for the stove. There are 240V in the galley for additional appliances.

To starboard is the navigation table, with repeaters for the new Raytheon Chartplotter, switchboard, etc. The Nav table is big enough for a half chart and the seat is comfortable at sea. 'Whiteheaven' is equopped with all the marine electronics needed for safe travel, including HF and VHF radio, and is Australia Registered, meaning that this costly excercise has already been taken care off if you wish to take the boat overseas.

Back in the cockpit, the twin wheels allow good visibility and access to the navigation instruments, autopilot etc. Below one of the helm seat is the dedicated LPG storage. The LPG system is certified. On the step is a hot and cold deck shower, perfect for a rinse out after swimming.

Equipped to cater for an ample demand of electricity, her batteries were recently changed for a whole new bank, and are kept fully charged by a combination of solar and wind power, as well as her powerful alternator when running. The boat is also fitted with a sine-wave alternator, so you can run your laptop without having to worry about damage.

For more info or to arrange an inspection with out friendly crew, please contact us at any time. A short video will be available shortly, so keep an eye on our website

Region
New South Wales
Location
Avalon Nsw
Reference
#BW5016
Year
2005
Designer
Bavaria Yachts
Builder
Bavaria Yachts
Length
50' 6" - 15.40m
Beam
14'9"
Draft
6'1"
Displacement
27720 Lbs
Keel / Ballast
Cast Iron Keel. 9240lbs
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP
Deck Material
GRP
Engine Make
Volvo
Engine
Volvo 75HP. Excellent condition. Engine serial number 5102993550.3.5L / h at 7 knots cruising speed. Volvo sail drive D2-75 with Gorri folding prop. 276 hours. Serviced 50 hours ago. Dual circuit cooling with sea water filter Engine hours counter and rev-counter Insulated engine compartment
Horse Power
75
Engine Hours
876
Fuel Consumption
3.5L / h
Max Speed
10 knots
Cruise Speed
8 knots
Propulsion
Volvo saildrive D2- 75
Fuel
275L
Water
750L
Accommodation
4 cabin version with stateroom forard with ensuite head / shower. Bunk cabin with two single berths and ample storage. 2 X queen zide cabins aft with head and showers X 2. Solid mahogany interior in perfect condition. Wood floor in perfect condition. Vented storage compartments with mahogany cabinetry. Saloon sits 10.10 hatches and 8 side windows to open
Cabins
4 X cabins version
Berths
3 X queen size and 2 X single.
Galley
Large U shape galley with new Force 10 stove on Gymbals, 3 X burner stove, oven and grill. Folding protection cover. Plenty of storage including ventilated cupboards and draws. Double stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurized water. Corion surfaces and tops for sinks. 12V freezer (front opening) and eutectic top opening fridge.
Refrigeration
12V freezer (front opening) and eutectic top opening fridge.
Hotwater System
80L 240V and heat exchanger. (Automatic)
Shower
3 X hot and cold showers in enclosed head areas, plus one in cockpit
Toilet
3 X marine toilets and 3 X holding tank
Entertainment
Sony sound system with interior speakers and waterproof cockpit speakers. Flat screen digital TV.
Covers
New Bimini and spray dodger with infill for fully protected cockpit. Hatch covers. Sail cover.
Ground Tackle
Lewmar electric anchor winch. CQR primary anchor 12Lbs and spare Lofran anchor.
Safety Gear
6 people liferaft. 8 life jackets. 4 X fire extinguishers. Electric and manual bilge pumps. EPIRB. V sheet. Flares.
Bilge Pumps
Electric and manual bilge pumps
Life Raft
Yes
Epirb
Yes
Life Jackets
8
Flares
Yes
Fire Protection
Yes. Numerous fire extinguishers.
Electrics
12V and 240V. All new march 2015 batteries. (5 batteries). Alternator and shore power. Battery charger. 3 X solar panels on SS frames and Rutland wind generator.
Electronics
Compass: twin plastimo + hand held
Raymarine Tridata X 2 speed / log
Raymarine depth sounder
Dual Raytheon wind / speed
Raymarine ST 60 X 2
Raytheon ST 6001 autopilot
Dual Raymarine E80 GPS / plotter in cockpit and at Nav table
Raymarine E80 radar
Icom R-M 421 VHF.
Icom IC-M802 HF radio.
Sail Inventory
2 X mains, 1 X Dacron and 1 X Carbon / Kevlar. Genoa on Furler with UV protection strip. 1 X Dacron #2 and 1 Dacron #3. Storm sails. Spinnaker used once. Spinnaker pole. Lazy jacks.
Mast / Rigging
Mast head sloop. 2 X spreaders. Anodised alloy mast and boom. Stainless steel standing rigging (new 2005), rig check 2015 with no damage reported.
Bacstay: single to split double adjustable. Furling genoa on Furlex furler. Running rigging: braid. Mcyntre boom brake.
Deck Gear
Side deck and coach roof with anti-slide structure
Teak on seat thwarts and cockpit floor
Pulpit, pushpit
Guardrail, rail opening on both sides
Bow fitting with anchor roller
4 cleats (aluminium) with fairlead
2 spring cleats, midships (aluminium)
2 self-tailing working winches, two-speed electric (Electric ST Lewmar primary winches)
2 self-tailing genoa winches, two-speed
2 winch handles
Tensioners and lines led to the cockpit
Self-draining anchor locker
2 locker seats in cockpitCockpittable with stowage
Coaming for sprayhood
Halyard stowage space in the companion way area
Self-draining gas cylinder container
Cockpit shower, Boarding ladder
Deck vent, Electric bilge pump, Manuel bilge pump
Navigation lights, Deck light
Remarks
Beautifully presented Bavaria 50 Cruiser ready to go cruising now. Price to sell fast! Be quick! Bavaria 50 Cruisers are rarely seen on the market for this price and in this condition.

SELLER DETAILS
Broker / Dealer
Nautilus Yacht Management
Telephone
Address
Careel Bay Marina 94 George Street
City
Avalon
State
NSW
Country
Australia
Website


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