TEST - BAVARIA S33
The open passage leads to the forward cabin with its double bed,
which is very generously dimensioned with a length of 1.99 metres
and a width of 1.82 metres, thoroughly deserving of its name.
As with all deck hatches on board, fly screens and darkening are
provided here, too.
For children or guests, a further double cabin is available, which
can actually compete with the owner's cabin. It offers more
privacy and, in addition to lots of storage space in cupboards and
compartments, a separate lounge sofa and even a shoe cup-board.
There are also plenty of cupboards in the bathroom, which
features a shower unit.
This boat is cleverly designed not only below, but also on deck,
where the outdoor area offers quite a degree of flexibly. Sunbath-ing
areas can be found on the foredeck as well next to the helm
position. The seating area can also be quickly transformed into
a huge sunbathing area by lowering the cockpit table. If you want
to be even closer to the water, you can use the bathing platform,
also an excellent spot for soaking up the sun. The stern shower
provides welcome refreshment after sunbathing, and a good rinse
after a swim.
Moving around on deck is quite safe thanks to wide gangways,
a railing running up to the stern and well-placed handrails. And
while the skipper enjoys an ergonomic cockpit, two interested
passengers can observe navigation from the passenger bench.
Directly behind the driver's seat is the highly practical wet bar, with
a BBQ gas grill, sink and (optional) refrigerator within easy reach.