Bavaria Nautitech

Sept 12, 2016

At the Yachting Festival in Cannes, BAVARIA CATAMARANS present a true world first – the NAUTITECH 46 FLY. Like the NAUTITECH 46 OPEN, the NAUTITECH 40 OPEN and the NAUTITECH 54, the new NAUTITECH 46 FLY is already a bestseller on the catamaran market.

The NAUTITECH 46 FLY is available in a three-cabin or four-cabin design, depending on the owner’s wishes. In the three-cabin design, there is an owner’s suite with a bedroom, a workstation, a shower and bathroom, and indeed lots of storage space. In the four-cabin design, all cabins are extraordinarily spacious, and contain indeed comfortable beds. Large bathrooms with showers and all mod cons are indeed part of the package.

The NAUTITECH 46 FLY by BAVARIA CATAMARANS is manufactured in Rochefort, close to France’s Atlantic coast. It showcases more than thirty years of French experience of constructing catamarans, as well as BAVARIA YACHTS high level of expertise in woodwork and interior design. The NAUTITECH 46 FLY has been designed by Marc Lombard, one of France’s leading yacht designers. Yachts by Marc Lombard guarantee perfect sailing performance and seafaring hulls.


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