TEST - BAVARIA VIDA33
We decide, however, for the large mess behind the helm position
on deck. This area can hardly be called cockpit anymore, it is so
spacious. Eight people, I guess, could easily gather here in convivial
company. Right opposite is the wetbar, with fridge, grill and a
two-flame gas cooker plus sink - more than enough to conjure up
a wonderful lunch!
This very comfortable seating area can also be converted into a
very inviting lounging area with just a few touches. The (optional)
bathing platform in the stern, on the other hand, can be lowered
down to the water, but for now it is too late in the year to go
There is a toilet in a separate room in the forepeak, with a shower
and a washbasin. Next to this bathroom there is a small cabin
with a further seating area that can be converted into a basic
double bunk. Well suited for all those who want to get out of the
sun - or for the occasional and rather simple overnight stay on
The Bavaria Vida 33 is offered in several versions: Open or as a
hardtop with a foldable fabric roof. The sides and the stern of the
hardtop can also be closed with tarpaulins.
Powerful and economical propulsion is provided from the shipyard
by Mercury outboard engines with either two 150 HP, two V6 200
HP, two V8 250 HP or two V8 300 HP engines.
Bavaria Vida 33: Life can be so simple and so beautiful!
Text / Text: Detlef Jens
Fotos / Pictures: Bavaria Yachts