Bavaria Launches The Sport 360 And Sport 400
Published: Tuesday, 15 July 2014
The Sport 360 Bavaria has set a milestone for driving dynamics, comfort and use of space. Besides the Open and Hardtop Sport versions, Bavaria will be launching a new Coupe in September at the Oslo Boat Show.
The Sport 360, with its clean lines, was designed by Marco Casali and his team, Too Design. The hull was constructed by Insenaval SL, which has designed many superyachts. The modern, functional interior comes from Design Unlimited.
The cockpit was designed to be a social area on the boat. During the day this section is easily converted in just a few steps to a large sunbathing area.
Large windows create a spacious 360 degree view. A new Softop version will also be produced.
“We have analysed the needs of our customers along with our dealers around the world and incorporated them into the new Sport 360,” says Mark Lessig, Head of Sales and After Sales at Bavaria. “A requirement of the market was to build a Coupe Bavaria also in this size range. And the lines of the Sport 360 realise our plans and we have succeeded very well with this new model.”
Attention to detail, experience and a high technical level have been the premise of the development of the interior of the Sport 360. This ranges from the choice of fabrics and woods to the helm where a functional and simple design was key. The instruments have been arranged according to ergonomic requirements.
The Sport 360 from Bavaria has more variability in the cockpit, more light in the saloon and the cabins, and more power.
Bavaria also introduces the Sport 400. Open, Hardtop, and Softtop versions are available, along with the Coupe. The styles have become more varied. The exterior and interior styling of the 400 have received some extra details and upgrading. The owner’s suite in the bow offers lots of storage space. The saloon and the galley are perfect for dinner or just relaxing on board, and guests will enjoy the large VIP cabin.