The new Bavaria SR36 will celebrate its debut at the boot Dusseldorf 2022

The new Bavaria SR36: for the perfect day on the water

Motor boat

11/11/2021 - 17:32

Bavaria Yachts is adding another model to its successful SR line. The Bavaria SR36 will be presented for the first time at boot 2022 in January. An intelligent space concept and sporty, elegant design combined with very safe sailing characteristics make the Bavaria SR36 unique, created for the perfect day at sea with family and friends.

Following the Bavaria SR41, the Bavaria SR36 will now celebrate her world premiere in January at boot 2022 in Düsseldorf. Together with the Bavaria development team, the wellknown Italian designer Marco Casali drew the sporty, elegant lines of the motor yacht, which is 11.68 metres long and 3.89 metres wide including the standard bathing platform. Striking: the elongated hull lines, large window areas in the superstructure and plenty of space in the fore and aft sections.

"The Bavaria SR36 is the continuation of our new SR-Line. The great success of the Bavaria SR41 has confirmed to us that we have understood the wishes of our customers and have been able to implement them successfully. With our new concepts we offer our customers a new lifestyle on board and at the same time what our customers always expect from a Bavaria. With the Bavaria SR36, we are taking another step in the development of the SR line and will convince with clever detail solutions," explains Marc Diening, CEO
Bavaria Yachts.

The Bavaria SR36 is creative in the design of its cockpit and superstructure, because life on modern motor yachts largely takes place on deck and in the cockpit. In addition to the classic hardtop version, which can be optionally closed with a door, the Bavaria SR36 offers an open version with a flat windscreen. This turns the hardtop roof into a fixed bimini with sliding roof. Or simply Bavaria Open-Top, as Bavaria Yachts calls it. "The new open-top version combines the comfort of a hardtop with the sporty appeal and driving feel of an open yacht," Marco Casali explains this unique new concept.

There is also plenty of space on board the Bavaria SR36 thanks to an intelligent layout below deck. Two spacious cabins and an equally large saloon offer plenty of comfort and privacy for all guests on board.

"When developing the Bavaria SR36, we deliberately started with the famous piece of white paper. However, we had a clear idea of the advantages of a Bavaria yacht and the important design elements of the SR-Line, which we wanted to reinterpret in the Bavaria SR36. We recreated the entire interior 1:1 as a model in our development studio, so that we could get a real feeling of space in addition to the 3-D models from the computer," reports Norbert Leifeld, product manager responsible for the development of the Bavaria SR36 at Bavaria Yachts. 

The Bavaria development team is in the final stages of working on the first prototype. The Bavaria SR36 will then be presented to the international public at boot 2022 in Düsseldorf. 

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