The BAVARIA C57 is the largest sailing yacht we have ever built. She is an expression of aspiration, elegance and finest craftsmanship. From keel to masthead we have equipped her with the best that our designers, engineers and product managers have at their disposal. In short, the BAVARIA C57 is our new definition of magnitude and luxury.
With his business partner Alessandro Ganz, the internationally renowned and multi award-winning designer Maurizio Cossutti has developed the design of the new BAVARIA C57. Together, they have analysed the whole range of benefits of all BAVARIA yachts, further developed them, and transformed them into new and innovative solutions. The new BAVARIA C57 therefore boasts a new and unrivalled high degree of design, function and quality.
"It was important to me and my team to design and build a yacht which would offer high performance on the one hand while being very safe to sail on the other. It also had to have lots of space and be generously appointed. The project is simply wonderful – and part of that is that BAVARIA is such a big, internationally known name, one which people associate with quality and the true art of engineering. We’re very proud to be part of something truly great."
"Of course it’s a dream to work for a company as famous as BAVARIA YACHTS. The briefing for the BAVARIA C57 was to create something especially comfortable and large. It had to have a very modern yet classic design which would still look fantastic in 10 to 15 years. And it also had to look good for nature and the environment."
"We wanted to create something truly big – and we succeeded. We had new partners at our side, a ground-breaking design concept and revolutionary technologies, and we made the new BAVARIA C57 the best sailing yacht in its class. It unites all of our knowledge and strengths and it heralds the beginning of a new era in yacht-building."
"I’m thrilled – there’s no other way of putting it. The BAVARIA C57 is the biggest yacht BAVARIA YACHT has ever built, and working with Cossutti Yacht Design, Pulse Yacht Design and our engineers has been tremendous. All of them are exceptionally highly qualified and possess an enormous amount of specialist knowledge. All I can say is: prepare to be bowled over."
The new BAVARIA C57 sets trends with its design in the style of a megayacht. The long waterline is impressive, and a high basic speed is guaranteed. Of course the BAVARIA C57 offers perfect sailing characteristics in all wind and weather conditions. And thanks to the new BAVARIA VacuTec technology, we have built a sailing yacht with the BAVARIA C57, which, in addition to its outstanding design and exclusive equipment, also boasts an ultramodern and stable hull. It is a good thing if decades of experience lead to such outstanding results.
An absolute speciality is the pantry – the fully-functional stove, the gas oven, and the elegant sink are located on the port side. The spacious fridge, which includes a practical freezer compartment, and a large work surface are located on starboard. Thanks to this innovative layout several people can help to prepare culinary delights at the same time.
After a long day of sailing on the ocean and a shared meal, the relaxation time is never too short. The large VIP cabins with extra-wide berths await guests at the rear of the boat. In the 3-cabin version, there is a bathroom for each guests. The owners sleep in a large cabin at the front of the vessel, with an en-suite bathroom and a considerable amount of storage space.
The BAVARIA C57 not only captivates with its size, but also impresses with its perfect sailing characteristics: both helm stations offer the perfect view of the sails and of the whole yacht. All of the important navigation instruments are available at the helm station and the drive can also be operated comfortably from both control panels. All sheets and halyards are connected to the 2 x 2 winches directly in front of the helm stations. This does not only lead to a great sailing experience, it also makes sailing the BAVARIA C57 extremely easy – even with the smallest crews.