February 10 2021
In the field of monohull sailing, the German shipyard Bavaria is continuing to renew its range of family cruisers, whose success on the market has led it to increase its production capacity in the middle of the season in order to meet demand, while the shipyard, which will not have closed its doors during the covid 19 mandate, has beaten its delivery records in this market segment in 2020.
With the intention of continuing this momentum and repeating the success of the C42, Bavaria is launching the C38, whose line is immediately noticeable on the water, between its powerful bow and its markedly evolutive chine: we are far from the Farr of the great era...
The specifications of the Giebelstadt shipyard were identical to those of the C42, namely to offer a family yacht offering sailing pleasure (80m2 of canvas) with its 2 steering wheels, easy to manoeuvre alone or with a reduced crew, safe, well built and offering optimised habitability (2 or 3 cabins).
As far as habitability is concerned, the specific V-shaped prow makes it possible to gain volume above the livewells, a volume further amplified by the chines which do not only have the function of stabilising the boat when heeled over!
While waiting to discover the Bavaria C38 in more detail, ActuNautique Yachting Art invites you to discover the first photos of the Bavaria C38 while sailing....
Already available to order from the brand's dealers, the Bavaria C38 is proposed ready to sail for 128.900 € ex VAT.