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Design #733 Bavaria Vision 46

The Vision series of yachts was conceived as a parallel but separate line of yachts to compliment the very successful Cruiser series.  Compared to the Cruiser series, the Vision series emphasis owner comfort, and accessibility with the styling of a deck saloon. 
The 46 is available in two or three cabin versions with the two cabin version being standard.  The main cabin is forward with an island bunk and either a dedicated master head or a desk and additional storage.  The aft cabin features split single bunks to port.  To starboard aft is a single cabin or the standard walk in pantry. The galley features a "L" shape with a separate peninsula sink conveniently located centrally and near the companionway.  The main salon table is complimented by movable ottoman style seats from the port side and the table can be lowered to complete a double bunk when guests decide to stay.  The main head is to starboard and features a shower area separated from the head by a divider to keep things dry while bathing.  The master cabin and aft cabin both feature opening hatches or portlights for plenty of ventilation.
The interior benefits from the deck saloon styled natural light and exterior views.  The cabin side windows feature built-in opening ports.  The cabin top windows and large hull ports also increase the natural light and help to bring exterior vistas indoors.


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D. 733 Bavaria Vision 46

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