Bavaria Project DA10 will be in the water from Spring next year: here’s the first renderings.
“Revolutionary new motorboat concept”: that’s how the Bavaria Project DA10 has been dubbed. The name already states the will by the German Boatyard to break with tradition and take new paths for their motor range. Starting right with this new 40-feeter.
The general arrangements and the first renderings of the interiors give indications of Bavaria Project DA10 main design. It will be available in Sedan (with hardtop) and Flybridge versions. The develop of the project is by Dutch studio Vripack, who decided for some interesting choices, such as the engine bay located amidships to split the lower deck into two parts. The first available layout features two cabins, with the master to aft and the VIP abow, and a full beam bathroom to complete the accommodation. With the second, three-cabin option, the owner will use the bow room, with the guests having at their disposal two double cabins to the back and sharing a bathroom with separate shower box.
The main deck has a peculiar arrangement as well, with the helm station located in the middle but quite abaft. The station itself is pretty small, leaving space for a large dinette on the starboard side and the galley to port. The cockpit is more traditional and features an L-shaped couch faced by a second seating.
The swim platform design is carried over from sailing boats, so it can be folded open when bathing and closed during navigation. On the foredeck there’s space for the usual, large sun bed.
The Sedan version of Bavaria Project DA10 sports a hardtop, rather small according to the renderings. On the contrary, the Flybridge declination boasts a traditional sun deck with solarium/dinette to starboard, second helmstation to port, and a kitchenette with grill and wet bar.