On the boat show HISWA 2010 in the Netherlands (starting 30th of August), where the Cruiser 36 (as well as the new Cruiser 40) will have their official debut, the 3-cabin-layout will be on display while the the two-cabin-version will follow in autumn.
On deck and under deck the Bavaria Cruiser 36 sticks to the new design line introduced with the flagship Cruiser 55, from the large swimming platform to the elegant flush hatches. A total of nine hatches, seven side and five hull windows provides lots of light and good ventilation in the modern interiors. Both layouts come with a full pantry, huge salon, one bathroom and similar sized, roomy cabins. The fold-away charttable of the three- cabin-version is situated on the portside of the settee while the two-cabin-layout features the more traditional, full-sized charttable with its own separate seat. In both versions the settees in the salon are large enough to serve as additional bunks.
Besides the high standard of living with many options concerning interior woodwork and upholstery, the yacht offers a very good sailing performance with an efficient trim so that the boat will please even the more ambitious sailor.
Length overall: 11.30 m
Length hull: 10.90 m
Length waterline: 9.90 m
Beam: 3.67 m
Displacement: 7,000 kg
Ballast: 2,080 kg
Draught std, cast iron keel: 1.90 m
Draught (option): 1.63 m
Engine: Volvo Penta D1-20 with 18 HP, Saildrive
Fuel capacity: 150 l
Water capacity: 210 l
Total sail area: 69.00 m2