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The Bavaria 34 C2 is a popular and much-appreciated design. She's an exceptionally well-equipped family cruiser with furling headsail and in-mast furling mainsail; all sheets can be controlled from the cockpit. Her two-cabin layout makes her ideal for family cruising providing privacy and comfort. If you are looking for a sound 34 ft yacht, with many extras for extensive cruising or for just sailing local waters, Artemis is well worth looking at.

BAVARIA 34 C2

Dimensions   10,80 x 3,48 x 1,35 (m)
Material   grp
Built   2001
Engine(s)   1 x Volvo Penta MD2030 Diesel
HP/Kw   29 (hp), 21,32 (kw)
Lying   not at sales office
Sales office   De Valk Monnickendam
Status   sold
Vat   paid
   

General - BAVARIA 34 C2

GRP sailing yacht Bavaria 34 C2 "Artemis", built in 2001 by Bavaria Yachtbau GmbH in Giebelstad - Germany, dim.: Loa 10,80 m (Lwl 8,45 m) x 3,48 m x 1,35 m, headway: approx. 14,54 m. J&J Design, built under Lloyds number CE: A. GRP hull, deck and superstructure, Plexiglass windows in aluminium framing (Rotgerson), four deck hatches (two large +two small) + 2 fixed hull ports amidships, white round-bilged hull with blue striping, displacement: approx. 4.5 tonnes, ballast: approx.1.4 tonnes (cast iron), fuel capacity: approx. 90 litres (GRP) + 4x20 litres cans, fresh water capacity: approx. 300 litres (GRP), Whitlock mechanical wheel steering, leather wheel cover, emergency tiller.
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Accommodation

Mahogany interior, saloon + front and aft cabin, 4 (+2) berths, head room: approx. 1,85 m, ample storage space in the saloon and in the cabin, total 6 opening portholes; electric water heater (220V), marine head with wash bowl, Jabsco manual toilet and a large wet locker, electric water pressure system, U-shaped galley to port with a single stainless steel sink, two burner gas stove (thermal saved) with oven (stainless steel) and a Isotherm 12V refrigerator, extra tap for filtered drink water, fire blanket.

Machinery

Volvo Penta MD2030 3 cylinder 29 hp diesel engine, approx. 2400 hours; Sail drive MS 25S, mechanical engine control, indirect cooling system, 2-bladed propeller (bronze), speed under power approx 6.5 knots, three fire extinguishers + automatic halogen extinguisher in engine compartment, one electric and two manual bilge pumps, 12 Volt DC and 220 Volt AC ships circuit, shore power with earth leakage breaker, 12/40 battery charger, service battery: 1x 135 amp (2004); start battery: 1x 75 amp. (2005); also carries (unused) 2x 100 amp gel batteries; wind generator 913 Rutland aerogen; 2 x 40 watt solar panels with HRDX controller; inverter 220V/12V. Spare parts: filter, impeller and battery.

Navigation

Suunto compass on pedestal, Raytheon ST60 Tridata: depth/speed and trip, Raytheon ST60 wind set: speed/direction and close hauled, Raytheon ST4000+ auto pilot (with elec. compass), VHF ICOM 421 with DSC (2005), SSB ICOM M 862 with DSC (2005) and laptop with meteo software, Garmin 126 GPS, EPIRB McMurdo 406, NAVTEX clipper (2005), SeaMe electronic radar transponder, Stereo + CD player with speakers, clock, barometer and weather station.

Equipment

Ocean sprayhood over companionway, small bimini over helm, cockpit table; anchor 20 kg CQR with 50 m of 8mm chain, spare 15 kg CQR with 50 m hawser + 15 kg Danforth; strengthened stem-head roller with snubber; bathing platform, boarding ladder stainless steel, deck shower (hot and cold water), two stainless steel guard wires, two jack stays (safety lines), main hatch storm boards; ISAF Life Raft (2005), 2 x lighted life buoys, EPIRB, Solar Still - emergency drinkwater maker. Hydrovane wind self-steering system, Rotland 913 wind generator, 2x 40 W solar panels. Electric weather station - incl. barometer, spare gas bottles, fenders and storm warp. Artemis also carries a small rubber dinghy with Seagull outboard; many other small items/spares.

Rigging

Selden aluminium two spreader mast, Selden boom, Selden Furlex 200S, Dustom Sails (2005): in-mast reefing mainsail (25 m2), furling genoa (28 m2), Gowen storm jib (9 m2) (2005), two cruising chutes (50 m2); inner forestay, back stay adjuster, fittings stainless steel, Rotgerson traveller, Harken winches: 2x 16 ST - one speed + 2x 40 ST - two speed, electric winch with remote control, light weight jib pole.

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