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Bavaria 50 -
with or without Air Conditioning

Trying to think of the appropriate adjectives to describe the Bavaria 50 isn't difficult. Fast, sleek, stable, powerful, maneuverable, responsive, easy to handle ... and did I mention fast?

For those who enjoy making a boat really work the wind, you will have a blast sailing this very handsome yacht! She points exceptionally well and with proper trim, she kicks up her heels in the lightest breeze.

Topsides, her dual helm stations provide optimum visibility and control on any tack while excellent line arrangements make her easy to sail, even if short handed. Nice broad decks provide easy access to the foredeck and you'll find the cockpit is particularly roomy.

Below decks, you'll enjoy the airiness of the Bavaria 50. Three double cabins allow plenty of space for 6 adults while the fourth cabin provides over/under bunk berths for the kids or single adults.

If you don't fancy sailing on your own, hire a captain or captain and cook! The bunk cabin is ideal for this purpose!

The main saloon is the heart of this yacht. A huge, C-shaped lounge offers seating for 6 to 8 with a 2 seater settee opposite. Directly across from the dinette, is the well designed and very functional, U-shaped galley with lots of storage space and plenty of room to prepare those gourmet meals! Three good sized heads with showers complete the interior of this truly stunning sailboat.

This yacht may be chartered with or without air conditioning and generator. See rates below.

Bavaria 50 Photos

Standard equipment includes: Cockpit cushions, full bimini, swim ladder, cooking implements, dinnerware, glassware, cutlery and starter cleaning kit. Towels & bed linens are supplied for all charter guests. Snorkel gear is not included.

Sailboat Equipment *

Location: Caribbean
Base: Nanny Cay, Tortola

Name: Legend
Year: 2009
LOA: 50'5"
Rig: Sloop
Beam: 14'7"
Draft: 6'0"
Keel: Fin
Engine: 72hp Volvo Penta
Fuel: 85 Gallons
Water: 210 Gallons
Cabins: 3 double + 1 over/under bunk
Heads: 3
Showers: 3 + F.W. Deck Shower
Voltage: 110/12V

*Equipment list and specifications are believed to be accurate but are not guaranteed.

Rates are subject to change without notice.


Furling Genoa 120%
Fully Battened Main
Stack pack with Lazy jacks
Electric Windlass
4 kw Generator (Optional)
Air Conditioning (Optional)
VHF Radio
Cell Phone
ST Winches
Speed, Depth & Wind
AM/FM Radio
CD Player
Cockpit Speakers
Cockpit Table
Cabin Fans
Hot & Cold Water
Fridge & Separate Freezer
Oven & Stove
Charcoal BBQ
12' R.I.B. & 15hp Outboard

Weekly Bareboat Charter Rates
$U.S. Dollars

Prices With & Without
Air Conditioning

Dec 18 - Jan 5
Jan 31 - Apr 26
$6,795.00 - $7,295.00

Jan 5 - Jan 31
Nov 1 - Dec 18
$5,695.00 - $6,195.00

Apr 26 - Jul 10
$4,895.00 - $5,395.00

Jul 10 - Nov 1
$4,495.00 - $4,995.00

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General Information

Prices are based on 7 nights - noon to noon. Minimum rental period is 5 nights. To arrive at a daily cost, divide the weekly rate by 7 and multiply by the number of nights you wish to sail.

BVI cruising taxes, National Parks Trust permit, insurance, provisioning, crew and water toys are not included in these rates. Please contact us for further details.

Holidays spanning two seasons will be cost adjusted to reflect the seasonal price differences.

Special discounts are sometimes offered for last minute charters. If you are planning to visit Tortola within the next 4 to 6 weeks, be sure to inquire!

Need more info about sailing in the British Virgin Islands?
Call or write our Caribbean bareboat specialist!

Phone: (284) 495-4168 in Tortola

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