The new Bavaria Sport 300 will debut before the summer to complete the Sport range started in Fall 2014 with 400, followed by 360 and 450.
Don’t think of the Bavaria Sport 300 as a restyling of the previous 29. Although it’s likely that hull and proportions are the same (we still don’t have official statements), the cockpit and the cabin have been fully redesigned, to offer more privacy belowdecks and an increased versatility outdoors.
The Sport 300 goes beyond the concept of day cruising, as it has all the skills and features for cruises much longer than a day or two.
The cockpit doesn’t host anymore a fixed sun bed, but a dinette for six with center table. Lower it, and you have a solarium larger than on the 29.
Another two-seat, front facing bench is located beside the helm station to enjoy navigation with the captain. The dashboard itself looks elegant, with the analog gauges on top and the electronics in the middle.
Belowdecks the trim is refined yet formal: light shades of wood and fresh-colored fabrics. The layout features everything’s needed: bow dinette transformable into double berth, galley, separate heads and a proper cabin with double bed, couch and full headroom in the entrance.