In the BAVARIA NAUTITECH 40, the design team of NAUTITECH and star designer Marc Lombard succeeded in redefining the living room of a sailing catamaran. Whereas in the past, the deck saloon and the cockpit lounge seemed to be different worlds, where they were merged – resulting in a completely new sense of space.
Based on the experience that everyday life takes place in the cockpit, the cockpit lounge or the saloon are usually limited in size on a 40-foot vessel, but the two areas have been merged. This was only made possible with the aid of a sophisticated tarpaulin device. As a consequence, the wind or the weather will no longer disrupt dinners and parties.
Thanks to Marc Lombard and his team, the crew has little to worry about with all this styling and design. The cockpit lounge is generous. The path to the foredeck is protected by rails. The two steering stations have an excellent overview and optimal visibility for all maneuvers and wind direction shifts.
A concentrated wealth of experience and expertise has gone into making the NAUTITECH 40, but the idea of elegance and esthetics has never been lost insight. For example, the hull windows are an elegant addition, complementing the design and making life under the deck more enjoyable.
|Length overall||39′ 4”|
|Length waterline||39′ 2”|
|Beam overall||22′ 8”|
|Draught standard cast iron keel (approx.)||4′ 5”|
|Unloaded weight||18.739 lbs|
|Engine||Volvo Penta with Saildrive D1-20, diesel|
|Engine power||14 kw / 18hp|
|Fuel tank (approx.)||114 gal|
|Water tank (approx.)||114 gal|
|Cabins – Bathrooms, standard||3/4-2|
|No. of cabins||4-2|
|Berths, standard version||8|
|Mainsail and furling jib, standard (approx.)||678 sq. ft.|
|Height of mast above water line (approx.)||65′ 9”|
|Self-tacking jib, standard (approx.)||301 sq. ft.|
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