The Bavaria Cruiser range is specifically designed for serious travel. Unlike other models crafted for specific purposes, such as racing or coastal cruising, the Cruiser Range lives up to its expectations and to provide cruising families with everything one could wish for.

This stunning Bavaria 50 Cruiser is strong but responsive, easy to sail for a novice and / or short handed, yet impressive to put through her paces for someone who wants a fast, nimble yacht. The exterior is eye-catching, the finishing meticulous and special attention paid to reinforcing key-structural points of the hull and deck hardware to prepare the yacht for serious offshore conditions.

The interior is simply stunning. Sober, uncluttered lines with luxurious, modern touches, abundance of light, ventilation and open space while also providing a safe home on the ocean whether cooking or moving about the boat in offshore conditions.

Testimony to its design and build, the Bavaria 50 Cruiser 'Nikau' has sailed over 20,000 miles and does not have a wrinkle to show for it. From the Med to NZ and back again to Fiji, she has been the happy home of the Robbins family of 5 since May 2017. With the original plan to continue on towards Japan, 'Nikau' was extensively updated again in NZ in 2020. Unfortunately, with fast growing children and delays imposed by Covid travel restrictions the plan was abandoned for now and the family decided to give another family like them the chance to begin their life on the water in the best on a yacht that they are infinitely proud to pass on in beautiful condition and with everything at hand to make yourself at home right from the moment you stop aboard.

For more information or to organise an inspection please contact our friendly team at Nautilus Yacht Management. We would be delighted to assist you in every way and to help you make your cruising dream come true. Our agency specialises in cruising yachts and is very involved with the cruising community. We can answer all your questions regarding offshore purchase, import, registration, etc. and help you at every stage of this exciting journey!



"Like many people we began dreaming of quitting the rat race and sailing away with our family on a world-wide adventure. This dream became reality for us when we purchased Nikau in May 2017 and flew from New Zealand to Sardinia in Italy to begin our adventure with our family of five. We have recorded our journey from the start on our You Tube channel Sailing Nikau so you can follow her adventures there as well. We started with two seasons in the Mediterranean exploring firstly Italy then Greece, we completed many additions and upgrades over that first winter then we were off to explore Turkey, Crete, Malta and Tunisia finishing in Spain before crossing the Atlantic to do three months in the Caribbean. In May 2019 we crossed from Panama to the Pacific having a fantastic season exploring French Polynesia, Cook Islands, Niue and Tonga before returning to New Zealand in October 2019. We completed more upgrades and additions in New Zealand over 2020 including a full new AGM battery bank, new sail drive and complete engine overhaul. We then had to complete New Zealand’s Category 1 safety certificate to leave New Zealand again which included more additions and upgrades including a storm sail, all new flares and more safety gear. Nikau is fully equipped and ready for cruising anywhere in the world! We have loved this last season here in Fiji, with 333 islands it is the perfect place to begin a cruising adventure, there’s so much to see and do right here in Fiji plus it is the perfect jumping off point to many more locations such as Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Australia, New Zealand or Asia. After five years cruising and seeing so much of the world we feel it is time to let another family enjoy her so we can focus on new projects and also allow our teenagers to complete their last high school years in New Zealand.

What do we love about Nikau? So much!! One of the key reasons we chose Nikau was for her quality German design and the five-cabin layout. Having a family with three children moving from a house into a small space such as a boat we felt it was important for each child to have their own cabin, as well as this we wanted to have a spare cabin so friends and family could join us. This strategy has worked so well, Nikau sleeps 12 and we have had many happy holidays with other families aboard without getting in each other’s way or feeling cramped, we also have hosted many dinner parties for other cruisers, Nikau is a go-to boat for get-togethers as both her cockpit and salon are very spacious compared to other monohulls, easily sitting 12 around the dining table for shared meals. We get a lot of compliments about how light and roomy she is below deck, this is due to the generous beam (4.95m) and the abundance of hatches to let in both light and breeze (essential in the tropics). Nikau has a lovely colour scheme of white walls and ceilings with light wood floors, doors and detailing, cream upholstery and slate grey galley benchtop, a timeless combination that always feels bright and modern. The other thing you will notice about Nikau is her generous height proportions, as a German design this is the perfect boat for tall people (we ourselves are quite short but enjoy the extra space anyway), many boats are very limited in height which can be a major frustration for those looking to purchase a liveaboard yacht and not often noticeable in the photos, we always have tall visitors commenting on how they don’t have to duck through the doors like they do on their own boats! We actually have been so impressed with the quality of materials used by Bavaria to make this comfortable cruiser, even though we have owned her for five years she still looks as good as the day we bought her, quality fittings, wood work and an exceptionally practical layout make living on Nikau so enjoyable.

Another major drawcard for us in purchasing Nikau was the fold-down swimming platform at the back, this large platform is so practical for getting on and off the boat, swimming and fishing, it was one of our ‘must have’ items when purchasing a yacht and we are so glad we have a boat with this feature, it makes the cockpit like an outdoor living room leading to your own infinity pool wherever you may be in paradise! Some of our additions to Nikau such as the washing machine, generator, water maker and wind/hydro power generation have really added to the quality of our cruising lifestyle. We can literally live off-grid for months at a time as we can create our own power and water wherever we are with no need to forgo normal modern conveniences such as doing laundry or using the toaster and kettle - things you take for granted in land-based life but are luxuries not included in many cruising yachts! Nikau also has the luxury of three inside bathrooms including two indoor showers and one outdoor shower, this means no one is fighting over using the bathrooms and we can give our guests their own ensuite (no need to give up our own ensuite or share with the kids). This is another great feature not often found in monohulls or even in catamarans many of whom seem to have to use their bathrooms for extra storage, we have no such issues on Nikau with plenty of storage from the large lazarette and under cockpit seats to under beds, behind seats, cupboards and wardrobes in every room, we have so much storage that there are some spaces still empty despite living on here for 5 years!

Aside from all the internal features Nikau is also a pleasure to sail, she cruises comfortably with an average 6-7 knots in most winds and 8-9 knots in more windy conditions (Nikau loves wind and out performs yachts of similar size in any wind over 15 knots)! With a recent rig report, sails and sheets that were new in Greece 2018 and quality Selden parts for the mast, boom, furler and tackle we have confidently sailed Nikau halfway around the world and in all weather conditions including winds up to 50 knots, she handles rough weather beautifully, we just reef in the main and genoa and let the autopilot do the work a lot of the time, all new Raymarine radar, plotter, sonar, Vesper AIS and Iridium Go mean we have the most up to date weather info and can also watch our track and make adjustments using the Ray Remote app on our phone or ipad from down below in stormy conditions or on night watch. Her Bruce Farr design means she has the perfect balance between comfortable cruiser and still being able to achieve efficient sailing speeds and excellent angles upwind.

All in all Nikau is a proven bluewater cruiser, a turn key yacht with masses of upgrades just ready and waiting to take her new owners on some fantastic cruising adventures, while it will be sad for us to say goodbye to such a beautiful boat that has faithfully taken us thousands of miles, we also realise that boats need to be used to stay in top condition and that’s why we would rather pass her on to a new family now, when she is ready for you just to walk on and sail away into your own dream trip!"


Most people coming into Nikau’s salon for the first time say something like “Wow, there’s so much room and it’s so light”. Unlike many monohulls which are cramped and dark down below, Nikau is extra wide and high and has many windows, the central salon has 3 large opening hatches, 5 smaller opening hatches, 4 smaller side opening windows and another 4 smaller windows at eye level to appreciate the views of the bay, and the hatches are cleverly placed to capture both light and breeze. All windows have Ocean Air blinds for shade and privacy and all opening hatches have dual sliding blinds that can either be a solid blind or an insect screen, letting in breeze while keeping out insects is essential on cruising yachts, a small detail missing on many older boats but one we have been thankful for many times!

Nikau has a lovely colour scheme of white grooved board walls and moulded ceilings with light wood floors, doors and detailing, stainless steel grab rails, cream leather-look upholstery (new in Greece 2018) and slate grey galley and bathroom benchtops, a timeless combination that always feels bright and modern.

Wooden dining table that can lower to a bed to sleep extra guests. This generously sized dining table (900mm wide by 1600mm long) is surrounded on all four sides by padded seating and comfortably fits 12 people. There’s plenty of storage behind and under each seat as well as 5 upper cupboards. The house batteries are also located under the forward seats.

Above the forward seats is a Samsung TV with HDMI cable which can be connected to your laptop and hard drive for family movie nights. We also use the TV for our PS4 which can be included as an extra with games if requested before the end of August.

Wooden navigation desk with top opening, currently mounted here is an iMac desktop computer that can be included as an extra if required. Also in this area is the Raymarine VHF (replaced for new 2018), bookshelf and switchboard with switches for Victron Multiplus inverter/charger, generator start switch, mounted Iridium Go that is hardwired to external antenna and Pioneer sound system with Bluetooth connected to internal speakers. In the upper cupboard here is located the Vesper AIS system installed 2018 as well as spare Nav lights, batteries, multimeter reader and large floating torch.

Designer indirect-lighting under upper cupboards along both sides of the salon, sidelights for reading either side of the TV and overhead LED lighting, various lighting options for creating the right mood.


An efficient “U” shaped kitchen, with the triple burner gas range joining the two legs, the leg facing the cockpit is 1.15 meters and features double sinks with a pullout tap (new April 2021), and the leg facing the salon is identical in size but has a large drop-down in bench fridge and under bench standing fridge with mini freezer (new April 2021). There is also a large plugin freezer in the bunk room available as an extra. In the circulation area between the kitchen and the pantry is a large storage area in the floor. The stove is gimbled and stainless steel grab rails run the length of the kitchen making cooking easily possible on passage.

Gimbled gas oven with 3 burner top.

Dometic fridge/freezer (new 2021) and large in bench drop-down fridge.

Double stainless steel sink with single lever mixer faucet with spray or solid flow options, pull out for extra length (new 2021)

Under-sink Jabsco water filter (replaced with new April 2021)

Separate garbage bin under sink cupboard.

Generous stowage space in 4 shelf lockers, 2 cutlery drawers and 3 under bench cupboard compartments.


Large fold-down swimming platform (2.3m by 1.1m), swimming ladder that fits into stainless steel slots on platform.

Hot/Cold shower next to the swim platform.

Large teak dining table 450mm by 1100mm with drop down sides that can be lifted up to create an 1100mm square table with surrounding cushioned bench seating (made new in Italy with quality materials 2017). Can easily seat 6-8 people for meals.

Teak floors in cockpit, on swim platform and on cockpit seats.

Two large bench lockers under cockpit seats for storage, currently contain spare anchor, 3 x 20litre petrol jerry cans, large dive bag with dive gear, 3 x dive bottles and 3 x dive BCD’s, dive gear available to purchase as extras as well as dive compressor currently stored in bunk room.

Dinghy outboard crane and hardwood boards for outboard placement during passage.

2 x rod holders for trolling for game fish, two x game fishing rods and reels available as extras.

Duogen wind and hydro generator.

Blue Accent Lights x 2 under swim platform, need replacement as not currently working but wiring and mounting in position so will be an easy replacement. Switch next to anchor and motor controls next to starboard helm.

Large bimini for excellent shade cover with clear panels for sailing (under velcro covers so can be total shade as well), four Solbian flexi solar panels are mounted on top of the bimini.

Large sprayhood with three clear panels, centre one can be rolled up for better visibility or to allow breeze to flow. Sprayhood and bimini were new in 2018 but the New Zealand winter was hard on them and these (along with the sail bag) were next on our replacement list, still functioning fine just looking a little tired with the odd mould spot that we were unable to clean off.



This is a double cabin with queen size bed, shelf and wardrobe (including 3 shelves and hanging space) it is identical in size to the starboard cabin but used for the master as the adjoining bathroom has a shower as well as head and sink (port side cabin has no shower just head and sink).

Extra storage in 3 lockers below the bed and behind bedhead under cockpit (currently used to store jerry cans for diesel for long passages).

Small seat with cushion at the head of the bed under wardrobe with storage underneath as well.

Switches for generator and engine batteries are located at the foot of the bed. The generator through-hull and battery are both located under this bed, also stored here currently are emergency grab bag, life jackets, jack lines and Category 1 first aid kit as well as spare ropes.

LED Overhead and ambient lighting, reading light over the bed.

Hatch with mosquito screen as well as two opening side windows for excellent airflow from all directions.

Hanging hooks behind cabin door and in ensuite for towels.
Electrical Outlets on bed shelves and in the ensuite cupboard (ideal for hair drying) Ensuite has a manual Jabsco toilet with large 100 litre holding tank

Ensuite includes 320mm by 440mm mirror, white moulded one-piece sink, with mixing faucet, counter space in grey on each side of sink and open shelf behind, over sink is a double storage cupboard with wooden doors and one shelf in each cupboard.

1 towel hook

Overhead shower, detachable to hand-held operation and full length glass splash door that folds out to protect items around sink getting wet during showering.

Shower drain pumps with Jabsco filters and switch to drain, hardwood drain board (500mm square) in shower space.

Ensuite has two doors, one internal access from master cabin and one that accesses directly from salon so this bathroom can be used for visitors to the yacht without them having to walk into the cabins.


A mirror image of starboard side cabin with the exception of the ensuite does not have a

shower, ensuite of this cabin does have larger mirror at 560mm by 700mm and extra hanging hooks.

Currently stored under this bed is the stainless steel & wooden passerail (new 2017), oil pump and storage canister device for easy oil changes, spare ropes and spare engine and generator parts, a spare water pump and spare filters for watermaker and dive compressor.


Located forward of the galley and accessed from the small ‘hallway’ area that also includes the two linen cupboards and doorways to matching forward cabins and forward bathroom.

Features a double single bunk bed with lee cloth for top bunk.
Full height wardrobe in two cupboards with shelf on top for top bunk.

Medium height single wardrobe with shelf on top for bottom bunk, electrical outlet on this shelf as well as light switch for the room.

Reading lights for each bunk as well as LED ceiling light.
Opening side window and overhead hatch with insect screen for ventilation.
Two large storage lockers under bottom bunk.
Currently stored in this room are the following which can be purchased as extras:

  • large Engel fridge/freezer (38 litres can be used as 12v or 240 volt) wired in to run on 12 volt fridge circuit purchased 2018
  • Coltri MCH - 6 dive compressor purchased 2018
  • Rainman watermaker backup petrol generator


Double bed with open storage shelf along the length of the bed, electrical outlet on shelf.

Storage cupboard at the head of the bed with 3 shelves inside 200mm depth, larger cupboard with 3 shelves inside 300mm depth at foot of bed with cushioned seat below, more storage under seat and under bed.

Bow thruster batteries are turned on just below the seat in this cabin.

Currently stored under this bed is the spare mainsail, storm sail, manual bilge pump, shore power leads x 2 including adaptor for larger shore power plugs (eg Denarau marina), hose for using dock water and various tools and spares (eg spare hinges, electrical fuses, plumbing pieces, mainsail cars, shackles, tackle blocks etc)


This cabin is a mirror image of forward port side cabin but the wardrobe and seat in this cabin are bigger and also includes a full-length mirror.

Double bed with open storage shelf along the length of the bed, electrical outlet on shelf.

Storage cupboard at the head of the bed with 3 shelves inside 200mm depth, larger double cupboard with 3 shelves inside 300mm depth and second cupboard same size but with hanging rod at foot of bed with cushioned seat below, more storage under seat and under bed.

Currently stored under this bed are personal and food items. Remove the wooden baseplate of the locker under this bed to access through-hull fittings for sonar and speed dial.


Bathroom has a manual Jabsco toilet with large 100 litre holding tank

Bathroom includes 300mm by 600mm mirror over sink, white moulded one-piece sink, with mixing faucet, counter space in grey on each side of sink and open shelf behind, to the left of the sink is a storage cupboard with wooden door and two shelves.

Overhead shower, detachable to hand-held operation and full length glass splash door that folds out to protect items around sink getting wet during showering.

Shower drain pumps with Jabsco filters and switch to drain, hardwood drain board (500mm square) in shower space.


Volvo Penta D2-75F turbo 75hp

Full overhaul NZ winter 2020

New starter motor AUGUST 2021  

Full service (oil change, oil and fuel filter change on both motor and generator, also replaced anode and air filter on generator). Ravmarine in Denarau did the starter motor and Josh did the service and filter change, so both motor and generator are fully up to date for servicing. (AUGUST 2021)    

Work done NZ June 2020 by Coastline Marine: (invoice available on request) motor was removed from boat and serviced and tested in workshop:  

Work to remove and replace Volvo 150s sail drive: remove Volvo D2-75 and service engine, service westerbeke genset, engine hours 1511 hrs and genset hours 1025 hrs Service westerbeke genset, change engine oil and oil filter, replace cooler zinc, change both fuel filters, remove sea water pump and fit service kit to pump, refit pump with new impeller, change water intake plumping and fit new sea water strainer, fit new belt, change air filter, run up engine on hose and recheck levels, Remove Volvo and old sail drive from boat, clean bulge, fit up new replacement sail drive including new fixed prop, bring engine back to workshop for service work, remove both heat exchanger and after- cooler, strip open and acid clean cores, reassemble coolers and refit to engine, fix small oil leaks around engine, clean up rust on engine mounts and touch up paint on engine as needed, chage all filters and engine oil, full with new engine coolant, fit new wear and shaft kits to sea water pump, fit new impeller, replace air filter, refit engine to boat, change exhaust and water intake pipes as needed, run up engine check gear shifting, recheck all levels, ready to sea test.

Sail drive and prop replaced in NZ winter 2020

Sound deadening panels in engine rooms

Racor Fuel filters / water separators

Fuel tank 380L, filling location on deck portside aft under grey lid by port helm.

Engine hours: 1850 hours as at 6 August 2021


Dual rudders and helms

Emergency tiller located with the emergency/secondary anchor in cockpit locker on starboard side.


Hot and cold pressurized fresh water system, water heater is located behind generator between the two aft cabins (accessed via the side panel on either bed), the water heater was replaced in NZ winter 2020.

Water maker new 2018, Rainman Electric High pressure pump and double membranes. AC version to suit 240 volt/50HZ high output version makes 100-140 litres per hour. Currently located in cockpit lazarette with its own electrical plug and dedicated through hull. We also have a separate back up Rainman petrol high pressure pump (uses Honda GXH50 2.1HP engine and connects to same membranes).

Electric bilge pumps with float switches and alarm in salon, anchor locker manual bilge, manual bilge in cockpit and portable manual bilge pump with pipe stowed under bed in forward portside cabin.

3 freshwater tanks total 850 litre capacity, two aft tanks 300 litres each, forward tank is 150 litre with extra 100 litre tank in anchor locker connected to forward tank. Filling ports located on top deck starboard side, controls to turn open tank into internal system under sink cupboard in aft starboard cabin, water pump also located here and new spare pump under bed in same cabin.

Note all under water through hulls replaced with new plastic through hulls in NZ winter 2020.


All navigation equipment purchased in New Zealand and installed in Greece May 2018.

Raymarine Chart Plotter 2018 Axiom Series, 23 cm (9”) screen Hybrid Touch located at helm, benefit of this is that you can use it as a touch screen in normal conditions or use the dial in wet conditions when touchscreens don’t work well.

AIS type B (2018 Vesper XB-8000)

VHF (2018 Ray 50)

Wind/Speed/Depth gauges at helm (2018 Ray 150 tridata system)

Sonar (2018 Raymarine)

Raymarine Quantum radar, turn on at switchboard display on plotter


VHF Ray 50 new 2018 located next to chart table.

Iridium Go! unit located indoors next to chart table hardwired to antenna located on port side of bimini.

Bluetooth/wifi via Raymarine and Iridium Go! Both connect on apps via phone or ipad for communication and watches down below.

Can use Predictwind via Iridium Offshore app with additional subscription charges for both Predictwind and Iridium Go, we have a Predictwind Tracking page for Nikau which shows her track from Europe til current location that new owners can continue.


DC: 12V
AC 240V

Boat is wired in 220-240V grade as built in Germany, European plugs throughout (we have European kettle, toaster, smoothie maker and printer that we are happy to leave with the boat)

Additional AC outlet sockets installed throughout boat 12v outlet sockets at switchboard by chart table

Monitor House battery using Victron BMV-700 battery monitor, unit located on end of salon seat opposite galley sink, can also be monitored on Victron Connect app on iphone, also use this app to monitor input from solar, charger, generator etc

Engines starter battery isolator switches (in port aft cabin)

Pioneer Sound System located at switchboard (by chart table) with bluetooth, auxiliary, USB charger, AM/FM radio Speakers in salon and Sony marine speaker in cockpit table. Note - outdoor speaker was crackling so we disconnected the wires will need repair/replace.

84 cm (33”) Samsung TV

Generator - Westerbeke, 50Hz, 1500rpm, 6Kva, 220V with sound shield (NEW 2018)

800 AMP hour (8 x 100amp hour) AGM batteries these were new in NZ winter 2020

Start batteries for motor (new winter 2020) and generator (new May 2018)

Solbian flexi solar panels (4 x 150W new 2018, Italian made!), linked to Victron smart solar chargers located under chart table seat.

Duogen wind and hydro generator, new 2018 installed in Gibralter

Battery chargers - 2018 Victron Multiplus Charger/Inverter 12/3000/120 with backup 2018 Victron Charger 60amp. Victron 60amp charger located under bookshelf next to chart table and operated by green switch next to chart table. Victron Multiplus located under chart table seat and switched by Victron multi control just above seat.


Guardwires with stanchions, bases, port and starboard side gates

Cables x 2 across stern

Electrical anchor windlass - Quick (replaced Italy 2017)

Large Delta anchor

Galvanized chain 100 meters of 12mm chain

Anchor bow roller Reserve anchor bow roller

Anchor locker has ropes for tying to dock, two long, two short plus spring line and long line for tying to shore. Large ball fender and 7 normal size fenders all kept in anchor locker. Also in anchor locker is a bosuns chair for going up the mast, snubber for anchor and electric controls for anchor chain (manual switch for anchor chain also located at helm).

Structured Cloth-top bimini over helm seating, sprayhood over cockpit ropes.

8 spinlock jammers for sheets plus 2 extra loadbearing spinlock jammers for Main and Genoa halyards.

Swim ladder

Cockpit shower

Cockpit table with surround seating

Acrylic side windows 12 opening, 6 fixed Hatches, 5 large, 10 medium, 2 small

1 BowPulpit

2 Stern Pushpits 6 mooring cleats

2 winch handles

2 winch handle pockets in sprayhood

6 manual winches at helm

2 Padeyes to allow for spinnaker tackle

Custom cushions for cockpit and aft seating area

Outboard Engine bracket for storage underway

Crane mounted on transom for outboard engine retrieval

Domed covers for all deck hatches for sun protection when boat is stored in matching sunbrella to bimini etc (currently stored under starboard aft cabin bed)


Main sheets x 2 (new Malta 2018)

Genoa sheets x 2 (new Malta 2018)

Halyards for main (new in NZ 2021) , genoa, spinnaker (new Malta 2018) and spares (under portside aft bed)

Reefs x 2 (blue is first reef, red is second, holes in main for third if required) Main boom topping lift
Mainsail outhaul


Selden Aluminum mast and boom

Selden gas strut for kicker (internal gas canister replaced NZ 2020) Selden genoa furler on bow

Selden pole located starboard side of bow for poling out genoa in order to sail wing on wing downwind (new 2018)

Alpha sails (Greece, new 2018) mainsail full battened, Selden mainsail cars (spares under forward posrtside bed), spare battens in sail cover along boom.

Alpha sails (Greece, new 2018) furling genoa with sunbrella sunstrip Boom sail cover

Storm sail (our old genoa modified April 2021 to become storm sail for Cat 1 safety certificate) stored as spare under forward cabin beds

Original mainsail stored as spare under forward cabin beds

Rig report available from Dec 2020, spreader stays replaced Feb 2021, port side stay replaced Greece 2018, Lewmar winch internals replaced and serviced Jan 2021.

Genneka furling system and genneka (sail needs repair or replacement) new Greece 2018, these are in NZ but can be sold as extras and sent back to Nikau.


Lifering with whistle and light x 2

12 Lifejackets - large orange traditional design

Available as extras: 2 x adult spinlock jackets (auto inflate with hood, light & double tether) with Ocean signal MOB recue me AIS attached, 2 x adult manual inflate 150N lifejackets with Ocean signal MOB recue me AIS attached & single tether, 1 x child size spinlock auto-inflate lifejacket Ocean signal MOB recue me AIS attached & single tether. All new 2018.

Raymarine MOB system on chart plotter, connected to MOB rescue me AIS on lifejackets

GPS EPIRB in grab-bag Ocean Signal Rescue Me Epirb 1

Grab bag with emergency rations, EPIRB, solar phone charger, fishing gear, knife, chopping board, first aid kit etc located under portside aft cabin bed

Plastimo 8 person Liferaft offshore version, new March 2018,located in front of mast on deck

1 Fire Extinguisher in salon under chart table
1 Fire Extinguisher in salon under kitchen sink
Fire blanket in salon connected to seat opposite kitchen sink 1 Fire Extinguisher in engine bay

Air canister fog horn
3 Jacklines located under portside aft cabin bed

Dan buoy to connect to life ring when on ocean passages located on deck tied to grab rail

Signal blanket located under portside aft cabin bed Floating throw line located under portside aft cabin bed Drougue located under portside aft cabin bed


3.1 metre Hon-wave dinghy, aluminum hard bottom with 2 oars, anchor and canister for gasoline, new Greece 2018

Honda 20 hp, 4 stroke outboard engine, new Greece 2018 Outboard motor cover in matching sunbrella to bimini & sail cover

Outboard Engine bracket (for storage under way) Crane mounted on transom for outboard engine lift


Fully outfitted galley

9 x plastic dinner plates original Bavaria brand, 10 x plastic dinner plates earthernware look from Pottery Barn Dubai new 2018

10 x plastic side plates original Bavaria brand 5 x ceramic black soup bowls
9 x plastic cereal bowls original Bavaria brand 9 x coffee cups assorted
9 x plastic drinking glasses

1 x large stainless steel serving bowl, 1 large plastic salad bowl, 1 ceramic serving bowl

1 x two slice electric toaster (only use with generator not inverter) 1 x gas top two slice toaster
1 x electric kettle. 1 x gas stovetop kettle

1 x smoothie maker with two storage canisters

1 x large stovetop expresso maker
2 x oven mitts
1 x cheese grater
1 x extendable stand for hot items
3 x wooden chopping boards, 1 x plastic chopping board Many sizes of non-stick material for passage

1 large baking bowl with lid & measuring spoons 1 x colander

1 x large sieve
1 x coconut shredder
1 x glass oven proof baking dish for lasagne, brownie etc 2 x oven trays
Set of knives with magnetic block above sink

1 x med pot with lid, 1 x large pot with lid, 1 x extra large lobster pot (no lid) 2 Teflon frying pans 1large with lid, 1 small no lid
Cooking utensils

Bath towels, bed linens, various blankets & kitchen tea towels Office printer with European plug fitting
Miscellaneous Tools and parts necessary for boat maintenance Miscellaneous cleaning products to clean boat


Accessed from within the salon this small room was originally a separate shower room and can easily be converted back to function in this way if required, however as a family of five living aboard a yacht we found the addition of a washing machine and a separate laundry room where we stow dirty laundry, recycling, spare gas cylinder, emergency water as well as our kiteboarding gear invaluable.

The washing machine was added in Greece in February 2018, it is a unique European small design that happened to fit perfectly through the doorway without having to alter the joinery, it has a barrel that sits sideways to a traditional front loader but it is loaded from the top down, this is perfect for our yacht as the barrel turns across the beam of the boat so cannot become ‘unbalanced’ from the motion of the yacht while underway.




Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.