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Bavaria 49
(15,40 m) - 2003

Layout :

  • Length : 15,40 m (50' 5")
  • Beam : 4,52 m (14'8")
  • Draft : 2,10 m (6'8", long lead keel option)
  • Displacement (light) : 11 Tons
  • Sail area : 123.30 m2
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : Yanmar 4JH4HT2 108 HP

French flag. Taxes paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 11,69 M XPF / 98 000 €

Recent sailboat in very good condition and well maintained. Self sufficient in water and power. Ready to sail.

Interior fittings :

6 sleeps - 3 double cabins

  • Owner's double cabin on fore with seats and wardrobes and en-suite head with toilet and shower
  • Technical room on port side containing generator and 2 compressors for diving tanks
  • Workshop on starboard with vice and storage for spare parts
  • U-shaped saloon with bench facing to port
  • U-shaped galley to starboard
  • Starboard chart table
  • Double aft port cabin with en-suite head with toilet and shower
  • Double cabin aft starboard with en-suite head with toilet

Listing :

Building and history

BAVARIA 49 type fiberglass sailboat, built in 2003 by the Bavaria Yacht shipyard in Germany, according to designs by architect J&J Design. The current owners bought her in 2008. The sailboat left from the Mediterranean for Polynesia. In the process, the rigging was completely changed. The owners have continued to maintain her until today.
Very nice unit, well followed and maintained, equipped with a very recent but simple engine and without electronics.
With an efficient and pragmatic design, all the equipment is of high quality, well-sized and easy to access.


Yanmar 4JH4HT2 108 HP engine (2014 - 1600 h)
Average consumption: 3.4 L
Regular maintenance
Fixed 3-blade aluminum propeller
SIDE POWER bow thruster (revised 2018)
320 L diesel tank

Sloop rigging

Standing rigging completely changed in 2010
Selden mast with double spreaders rig
Boom with Alba goose-neck
Mainsail 46.3 m2 (2009)
Genoa 70 m2 (2009)
140m2 spinnaker
2 Winches Harken ST 56
2 Winches Harken ST 48 2
Winches Harken ST 46
Electric winches for the genoa sheets and for hoisting the mainsail

Ground tackle

Lofrans Tigre 1200W electric windlass with remote control and dedicated battery
CQR anchor + 100m of chain diameter 10
2 Anchors 27 Kg
Tow line
Multiple hawsers


2 Fresh water tanks for a total of 650 L
Schenker MODULAR ELECTRON 60 watermaker (to be revised)
SHURFLO double sink with pressurized fresh water
Electric seawater pump
Gas stove + oven (2016)
Coolmatic side door refrigerator (2016)
Integrated refrigerator with vertical access
ISOTEMP water heater
Heating on engine circuit
Deck shower with hot water
3 Jabsco manual toilets
80 L Holding tank
5 Fans
BOSS stereo equipment with external speakers


5 * 100Ah house batteries, for a total of 500 Ah (2019)
100 Ah engine battery (2019)
2 Solar panels of 1200 W, 2400 W in total
12V electrical circuit with circuit breakers
Electrical board at chart table
Shore supply (EEC standard)
Additional alternator coupled
Mastervolt 50 Ah battery charger
Ficher Panda 12 KVA generator
LED lighting throughout the boat

Electronics and navigation instruments

GARMIN outdoor chart plotter
AUTOHELM ST 60 autopilot on lifting jack
VHF Navicom (2019)
FURUNO radar
Wind displays, pilot and depth sounder on each helm station
2 Compass
1 Barometer

Safety equipment

SEE SAFE 6-people liferaft (last revision 2018)
10 Self-inflating life jackets
Epirb KANNAD MARINE distress beacon
Complete offshore safety equipment
PLASTIMO 925 electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Emergency tiller
Navigation lights
4 Powder extinguishers


None but sailboat equipped with stainless steel davits for tender up to 250 kg or 15 feet


All valves were changed in 2013: plastic international standard
Tailor-made cockpit covers
Cockpit covers
Cork deck made new in 2016 (SeaCork)
Sprayhood changed in 2017 (Sunbrella +)
Aft gantry for tender
2 Bauer compressors 6m3 (optional)
Tooling for maintenance
Spare parts

Last bottom paint: 2018

Work needed

Deck seals to finish (sealant provided)

Main strengths

Recent sailboat, fully equipped, in very good condition and well maintained.
Self sufficient in water and power.
Ready to sail.

Last modified : 16/09/2020


The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.

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