This boat is the first Bavaria with outboards and is called Vida 33


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Bavaria Vida 33

In the age of the outboard, the German boating giant, Bavaria, could not lag behind. The first step was the acquisition of Greenline Yachts’ Neo range. In this way, Bavaria took over an already solid design base, while Greenline “got rid” of an outboard line that fit poorly with the yard’s green philosophy.

Bavaria Vida 33

Bavaria’s, however, was not a simple “logo change” repurposing. The boat, the Vida 33, is a full-fledged Bavaria reinterpreted from the German shipyard’s point of view. The Bavaria Vida 33 is thus available in two versions, an all open version and a hard top version. The bow offers two layout variations. The choice is between a flat foredeck with space for a sunbathing area and a forward lounge area with a cocktail table and space for six people.


The multi-seat space created in the bridge area allows those at the helm to be included, even when sailing, in convivial moments on board. The large aft platform, around the outboards, means that the space that non-inboard engines usually take away is not entirely given up. This is to the benefit of livability and contact with the sea.

If the lines of the inboard boats are more marked by a cruiser look, this model is a pure sportsman. From the streamlined silhouette to the sporty shape of the hull itself. In line with this is also the motorization of this 11-meter. It starts with two 150-horsepower outboard engines and goes up to two V8s of 300 horsepower each.

Bavaria Vida 33: below deck.

At 11 meters, despite the size of the cockpit (and aft platform), the Bavaria Vida also develops below deck. Designed for long weekends, it has a double berth below deck that can also be used as a dinette. In this way, the boat is designed for dual use: as both a daycruiser and a weekender.

Data Sheet of the boat: Bavaria Vida 33

  • LOA: 11.08 m
  • B.max: 3.43 m
  • Draft (max): 0.94m
  • Fuel: 2 x 350 l
  • Water tank (approx.): 200l
  • Cabins –
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Berths: 2
  • CE category: B-8 / C-10


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