In 2020, we climbed on board the Bavaria SR41, the first model of the brand-new Bavaria SR range. This acronym merges the characteristics of the S line, the sporty one, and the R line, the high-end one. Today the SR family is enlarged with the new Bavaria SR36, which will make her official debut at the Düsseldorf Boat Show.
For the Bavaria SR36, as well as for the Bavaria SR41, the project has been developed in co-operation with Marco Casali (Too Design from Italy) and Bavaria Yachts Development Team. The main strength of this boat lies in its habitability, both inside and out. An ideal option for anyone looking for a marine space to enjoy with family and friends.
11.68 meters long and 3.89 meters wide, this boat features a large standard aft platform and large volumes, both fore and aft, thanks to the particular shape of the hull. Light on board is guaranteed by the large windows. After the success of the SR41. the shipyard therefore continues in this direction.
“The new Bavaria, the SR36 is the continuation of our new SR-LINE,” says Bavaria CEO Marc Diening. “The great success of the BAVARIA SR41 has confirmed to us that we understand our customers’ wishes and are able to realize them successfully.”
The new Bavaria SR36 aims to interpret what owners want in motor yachts today. A generous cockpit and a sporty superstructure, so there is plenty of space and futuristic lines. In addition to the classic hardtop version, which can optionally be closed with a door, the Bavaria SR36 is also available in an open version with a low windscreen.
The hardtop roof becomes in this case a bimini with a sunroof. In this version the sporty, open yacht meets a more cruiser version.
Below deck, the Bavaria SR36 replicates the abundant spacers of the upper deck. The sleeping zone, in fact, consists of two cabins and a spacious saloon which is specially designed to provide the guests with special comfort and privacy. There is also a head with separate shower cubicle. To create this section of the boat the design was developed with a 3D computer model.
The Bavaria development team is in the final phase of its work on the first prototype. The Bavaria SR36 will then be presented to an international audience at boot 2022 in Dusseldorf.