- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- 11 m
- 3.6 m
- Engine Make
- Volvo Penta
- Draft Max
- 1.9 m
- Engine Model
- MD 2030
- Fin Keel
- Engine Count
- Hull Material
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
- United Kingdom
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About this Bavaria 36
Two cabin version of this popular cruiser, and fitted with all mod cons including, full electronics, electric windlass, dinghy and outboard etc.
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Built in 2002 by Bavaria Yachtbau in Germany to designs by J&J Designs
White GRP hull & deck
Teak deck laid in cockpit area
Deck laid to non-slip with anodised aluminium raised toerail.
Fin Keel - cleaned and epoxied in 2011
Mechanicals And Electrics
Volvo MD 2030 29HP Diesel Engine,
Two Bladed Propeller
The engine has been serviced annually by the owner, who is an engineer.
Hot water system heated by engine or 240V Shorepower
55AH Engine battery
Domestic Battery 12V
230V Earthed Sockets
Electric circuits with thermal safety switches
220/110 Volt AC installed Shorepower
12 Volt system 1 x 70Ah Engine Battery (New 2011)
2 x 110 Ah Service Batteries (New 2011)
Selden anodised aluminium twin swept back spreader, deck-stepped mast,
Solid rod kicker.
Selden Furlex headsail system
All lines led to cockpit.
3 reefs to Mainsail with all lines run aft.
Mainsail- Fully battened
Rigging is original and in good condition with one shroud replaced 2012 due to a problem with a turnbuckle. Mast taken down for winter storage and inspection by owner.
Large Forward V-berth double with storage below
Changing area with two hanging wardrobe, opening hatch.
Large double aft cabin, changing area, outboard open shelf storage, cupboards, access to engine, opening portlight.
Heads with vanity unit, H&C shower, marine toilet & locker, shower pump, opening hatch Companionway steps with access to engine.
Saloon with central table, twin folding leaves.
2x settees that can convert to single berths, storage behind and underneath seats
Open shelf storage, outboard lockers. Central hatch.
L-shaped galley with twin s/s sinks with H&C water,
Top-loading Waeco 240/12 Volt refrigerator with worktop,
2-burner Nelson cooker with oven, outboard storage, cupboard & drawers below.
Hot and cold pressurised water system
Forward facing chart table, with seat, outboard storage cupboards,
Overhead instrument display panel.
Fwd, mid & aft cleats & fairleads.
Single stainless bow roller, leading to self-draining anchor locker
Stainless stanchions, guardwires, guardwire access gate, pulpit & pushpit.
Pushpit with removable transom guardrails for access to step down bathing platform with a pull-out boarding ladder.
Grab rails, removable transom seat for access to cockpit.
T-shaped cockpit finished with teak seats & sole.
Integrated wheel binnacle with instrument pod.
Electrical Anchor windlass with 50m of chain and CQR Anchor.
Fenders and warps
Deck Sun Shade
2 person inflatable tender
2.2 HP Suzuki Outboard Motor
Main sail cover
Spray hood, binnacle cover & Dodgers
Raymarine ST60 Tridata (Depth, speed & log)
Raytheon ST60 (Wind speed and direction)
Simrad RD68 Fixed DSC VHF Radio (connected to GPS)
Garmin 182c GPS Plotter and software
Simrad WP30 Wheelpilot Autohelm
JRC Radar 1000
We have used Lady G for cruising around the Baltic, and have always found her to be safe and enjoyable to sail, with excellent accommodation for extended cruising. Father Time has now instructed us to look for a yacht which tends towards motor sailing. She has been laid up ashore for between 6 and 8 months annually.