The same formula that worked well with Sport 400 is confirmed with the new Bavaria Sport 450, available in three versions (Coupé, HT and Open) and two layouts.
The first impression is that the Bavaria Sport 450 is born with the precise objective of taking advantage of her smaller sibling Sport 400. 13.83 meters mean 1.6 more than the 400’s 12.21.
The design is still from Marco Casali and his Italian studio Too Design, who could develop all the good points of the 400 on a larger size. The hull comes from the experience od naval architects at Insenaval SL, who worked on many megayachts, while the interiors have been engineered from Bavaria Yacht themselves.
Main point of the Sport 450 is the offer articulated on three models. The Coupé version has a door dividing the salon and the cockpit, where the solarium takes all the outdoor space.
This is better for northern and “cold” markets. The Med customers will prefer the HT and Open declinations: the former has a sliding roof above the salon, whose layout features a dinette, a wet bar and the helm station. Same layout for the latter, which boasts a roll bar and a bimini instead of the hard top.
The aft area is occupied in both cases by the sun bed, and a large storage and tender garage below it.
On the lower deck there’s the choice between two or three cabins. The master remains the same, with a center bed and en-suite with shower box.
The two cabin layout features a VIP cabin with twin bed and their en-suite. The other one instead has two cabins to aft and a heads accessible from the corridor, for a total accommodation of six.
Cushions, trims and joinery are coordinated and available in three lines called Classic, Style and Modern.
Tech specs of Bavaria Sport 450
Length overall 13.99 mt (49 ft 3 in)
Length hull LH 13.83 mt (45 ft 4 in)
Beam 4.41 mt (14 ft 5 in)
Draught 0.75 to 1.10 mt (30 to 43 in)
Fuel tank 1500 lt (396 US gal)
Water tank 410 lt (108 US gal)
CE certification B
Engines Volvo Penta D6 2×370 HP