The CRUISER 41 was designed for ultimate sailing pleasure on the water and absolute comfort on board. Spacious aft cabins, a generously proportioned main cabin with en suite head, a luxurious saloon and an efficient galley – the CRUISER 41 is the perfect yacht to spend time with the family or for heading out to sea with friends.
With three kinds of wood to choose from for the interior and six for the floor, six variations of upholstery fabric and much more, the possibilities for individually tailoring a CRUISER 41 to your very own desires are more varied than you might think.
CRUISER 41 S
The "S" in CRUISER 41S stands for "sport". Her hull and interior match that of her sister, the CRUISER 41, but a slightly deeper keel, a taller mast and many standard features – from a carbon spinnaker boom to ball-bearing race blocks and regatta rigging by Dyneema – give the 41S even better sailing performance. She has the required angle to the wind and boat speed that will have you sailing with the front runners at regattas and championships – all this without sacrificing comfort below deck. A pre-balanced profiled rudder and two composite steering wheels keep the CRUISER 41S exactly on course, while it gives her the ability to react quickly at the starting line and during manoeuvres.
The forces acting on the hull of a sailing yacht which have to be captured and redirected are significant. In collaboration with specialists from Farr Yacht Design, BAVARIA's design and production team work out an individual load profile for every yacht, from which they later derive laminate plans and reinforcements. The focus is on a stable bulkhead, which also manages the forces acting on a CRUISER 41. Precisely fitted into the hull to the nearest millimetre, it is securely glued to the hull across a large area. Particularly strong keel bolts ensure a force-fit to the keel – twice as many as is usual in yacht construction. The mast support conveys the forces of the rigging into the reinforced floor assembly – this kind of distribution of forces is used on modern racing yachts. In addition to the stable hull structure, a massive main bulkhead that is laminated to the hull ensures ultimate rigidity. For protection in the event of frontal collisions, every CRUISER has a collision bulkhead.