|Propulsion Type||Twin Inboard|
|Speed and Distance|
|Engine Type||Twin Inboard|
Like her sister the Bavaria Nautitech 542, the Bavaria 541 combines elegance, top quality craftsmanship and customization options in a perfect package that blends performance and ease of handling.
Here are the differences between both boats:
The Bavaria Nautitech 541 has a classical bulkhead mounted "mezzanine" hydraulic steering while the Bavaria Nautitech 542 has twin helms located aft on either side of the cockpit which are mechanically connected to the rudders. Both have their appeal. Now customers can chose which they prefer in the same luxurious performance package.
Like her sister ship the 542 (which has twin helms located at the transoms, aft) the yacht can be customized to owners requirements. The carefully coordinated rig provides the ideal parameters for sailing, whatever course you are on. The Bavaria Nautitech 54 series, whether you chose the aft steering or twin transom helms gives experienced sailors the best possible basis for liveaboard world cruising in safety, performance and style.
The concept of the Nautitech 541/542 is based on quality and performance. Its design is the result of a lengthy period of research into which features invoke passion for a catamaran. Bavaria, the German parent company is known for its reliable, aesthetically pleasing and seaworthy catamaran models. The success of the Bavaria-Nautitech 54 catamaran is embodied by the multiple units on order and several successful circumnavigations.