Bavaria yachts

BAVARIA YACHTS is worldwide the most modern manufacturer of sailing yachts, motorboats and catamarans. A combination of the best materials, fixtures and fittings, the best craftsmanship and a committed workforce results in something that is the hallmark of every BAVARIA: the joy of yachting. All yachts are produced at the shipyard in Giebelstadt (Germany) from the first laminate to the last polish.

Bavaria Yachts today:
- Location Germany, Giebelstadt
- Yearly produce over 1000 yachts
- 4 production lines, each 125 meters long
- Carpenter’s workshop where the entirety of the yacht is constructed
- Two halls to manufacture hulls and decks
- Large yard surface measuring 200,000 square meters
- Hall with latest CNC technology
- Over 600 employees

40 years of Bavaria Yachts
Until 1978, a factory for PVC windows stood where BAVARIA YACHTS stands today. Until 1978, a factory for PVC windows stood where BAVARIA YACHTS stands today. Winfried Hermann, himself as sailor, recognized the opportunity this factory and its workforce presented to establish a shipyard for sailing yachts. Its idea: To produce industrial yachts in order to offer them at unbeatable bargain prices and to give many customers the opportunity to purchase a new yacht for themselves.
BAVARIA YACHTS manufactured its first motorboats in 2001, and like the sailing yachts they immediately became successful. Apart from the quality, the unrivalled price‐performance ratio was yet another factor that laid the foundation for its success.

BAVARIA VACUTEC - ahead of its time
BAVARIA scores points yet again with innovations in boat building. The latest bears the name BAVARIA VacuTec – a vacuum infusion technology. This will make many things in boat building lighter – literally. For instance, it reduces the weight by 20 % and emissions from the work processes by up to 80 %. In short, the benefit of this technology is lighter and stronger hulls, plus effective protection against osmosis by isophthalic acid resin in outdoor facilities, which are used during lamination.