Bavaria Yachts Debuts Series

The Bavaria SR41 combines features of the builder’s S-line and R-line.

Bavaria SR41 Yacht
An aft-facing stern sun pad can be turned into a lounging area by removing the middle cushion and raising the hidden table.Courtesy Bavaria Yachts

The Bavaria Yachts’ SR41 represents a new line of motoryachts for the German yacht-builder, combining its S-line and R-line into a hybrid line. The SR41 is available in hardtop, soft-top and coupe versions.

A stern sun pad is the first feature that greets guests boarding the yacht. Remove the middle cushion, and there’s an adjustable table that can be raised or lowered for meals and sundowners with friends. The aft-facing sun pad has adjustable backrests that fold down or lifted to create bench seating.

Bavaria SR41 Yacht
Hullside windows allow for natural light to illuminate belowdecks and the two-stateroom layout that includes a full-beam owner's stateroom and a forepeak VIP.Courtesy Bavaria Yachts

Belowdecks are two staterooms: a full-beam (13.1 feet) owner’s stateroom and a forepeak VIP. The owner’s space comes with a separate head and shower to port. A second head acts as a day head and is forward and to starboard.

Hullside windows help provide natural light belowdecks. The SR41’s design is a collaboration between Too Design’s Marco Casali and Bavaria Yachts.

Bavaria SR41 Yacht
Standard power on the SR41 is 355 hp Mercruiser gasoline engines.Courtesy Bavaria Yachts

Standard power is 355 hp Mercruiser gasoline engines. Twin 380 hp Volvo Penta D6 diesels are optional. Fuel capacity is 198 gallons.

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