'Anna', my 1990 Bavaria 390 is the 'Caribic' version and is fully equipped for Caribbean cruising and is for sale in Trinidad. She is very comfortable, easy to handle and has been well-maintained.
'Anna' had new standing rigging in 2018. The sails have been checked through by sailmakers in 2020. I haven't sailed her in three years because of Covid - I live in Sweden. The boat is well taken care of by employees at the marina and a friend. She has been out on small day-trips with her caretaker at the marina.
3 batteries, 520-amp hrs;
Charging with engine or solar;
Solar panel, 100+150 watt;
Shore power 220v, cable 20 m.
The bowthruster needs repair. I have managed without it when sailing in Caribbean and it has been no problem.
I am going to Trinidad to cruise with her 21 of March to the 25 April so it's a perfect time to show her for interested buyers.
We're asking $35,000 for our Bavaria 390 'Anna'.
Please get in touch if you have any questions or would like to make an offer.
You can find our contact details here...
Owners: Greg & Susan de Freitas
What is the Bavaria 390 sailboat like to sail?
Based on Published Design Ratios for the Bavaria 390:
Her Sail Area/Displacement Ratio of 22.2 suggests that, in the right hands, she will have enough performance to leave most other sailboats of similar waterline length well astern.
Her Ballast/Displacement Ratio of 37.5 means that she's likely to benefit from being reefed early to keep her sailing upright in a moderate breeze.
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