BAVARIA YACHTS – Discover the Blue.
The BAVARIA CRUISER 41. An inimitable yacht for inimitable moments at sea.
Perfect sailing fun.
Whether you want to go on a relaxing holiday cruise with your family, take a short break with friends or just spend a few days alone as a couple – welcome to the CRUISER 41, welcome to a whole lot of fun. The CRUISER 41 is available in a 2- or 3-cabin version. Our CRUISER 41S was designed for sailors with sporty ambitions. She is for the owner who would like to compete in regattas and championships – and wants to be out there with the front runners. A taller mast and a slightly deeper keel are two of the characteristics that distinguish the 41S from her CRUISER sister, the 41.
Control center, chart table, navigation station – all in one place.
The cozy U‐shaped sofa.
In the 2‐cabin version: a practical L‐shaped galley.
There are up to two spacious bathrooms on board.
Sailing safely from A to B – and beyond.
Why is the BAVARIA CRUISER 41 ideal for, among other things, family trips? Because she is so easy to handle – you only need two hands to set and trim the sails. There are at least two options for guiding the main‐sheet – from the cruising version with one sheet that can be trimmed with one of the halyard winches on the cockpit roof, to a sporty version in which the mainsheet can be guided with the two aft cockpit winches and operated there by the helmsman. How easy is that?
Nice and big and beautifully bright: the separate shower in the master cabin.
Light and fresh air for the bath.
You could be forgiven to mistake this for a hotel room.
Light streaming in from above, from left and right.
A space where everyone has their space.
Our team of engineers, designers and boat builders have designed the luxurious saloon of the BAVARIA CRUISER 41 to be multifunctional. And they’ve added clever details for the ultimate in comfort. It has a huge table, lots of elegant solid wood and is illuminated by LED ambient lighting and a large number of skylight windows. Another detail: in the 3‐cabin version illustrated here, the saloon has a corner with a chart table where you can plan your course at leisure. In this large space you feel as if there are several rooms in one – thanks to German engineering.
The mast furling system includes a furling sail with UV protection.
Even little captains have great fun here.
Best equipment in the right places
The perfect sailing yacht also needs the best equipment from well‐known producers.
- XXL-bathing platform
- Twin steering wheel
- Steering pedestal with GPS plotter
- Gennaker winches
- Foldable XXL-cockpit table
- Genoa winches
- Hull windows
- Halyard and bulkhead winches
- Rail gate
- Mainsheet system
- Flush hatches
- Genoa tracks
- Anchor locker
- Bow roller for anchor
|Length overall||40′ 5”|
|Length hull||11,99 m|
|Length waterline||35′ 3”|
|Beam overall||3,98 m|
|Draught standard cast iron keel (approx.)||6′ 7”|
|Draught option cast iron keel as shallow keel (approx.)||5′ 4”|
|Unloaded weight (approx.)||19.136 lbs|
|Ballast (approx.)||6.032 lbs|
|Engine||Volvo Penta with Saildrive D2-40|
|Engine Power||29,1 kW / 39,6 hp|
|Fuel tank (approx.)||55 gal|
|Water tank (approx.)||55 gal|
|Cabins, standard version||2|
|Bathroom, standard version||1|
|Showers, standard version||1|
|Berths, standard version||4|
|Height in saloon (approx.)||6′ 4”|
|Mainsail and furling jib, standard (approx.)||833 sq ft|
|Height of mast above water line (approx.)||61′ 3”|
|Design||Farr Yacht Design|