Bavaria Easy 9.7

64,000 Tax Paid | Mallorca Spain


  • Make Bavaria
  • Model Easy 9.7
  • Year 2015
  • LOA 33ft/10m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Sail Drive
  • Layout Aft Cockpit
  • Berths 4
  • Cabins 2
  • Aft Cabins 1
  • Ancasta Ref 35883
  • Name Helena Sol


Like new! Bavaria Easy 9.7. For more detailed information or to arrange a viewing please contact Albert Blom (English, Español, Nederlands, Deutsch).   
M. +34 680 344 819


Designed and developed by Farr Yacht Design and Bavaria
Built by Bavaria, Germany, in 2014
Model 2015 and first commissioned April 2016

Delivered with Easy Living Package: Cockpit shower in addition to the cockpit table. Doors to the cabins, a stove for the galley, a refrigerator, a waste-holding tank, shore power and a hot shower in the bathroom.

A BAVARIA EASY 9.7 has an agile and athletic sailing performance – the designers of Farr Yacht Design and the development team of BAVARIA spent a great deal of time to ensure this. The 106 percent large head sail is sheeted closely on the deck structure. Including the mainsail, there are 51 square metres of sail area, which gives the BAVARIA EASY 9.7 an enormous speed potential even in light winds.

White GRP Hull
Volvo Penta D1-20F 20hp inboard diesel
Saildrive final drive

Interior wood in teak
White GRP deck with non slip molding to standing areas
Teak to cockpit seating area
Fin keel with spade rudder

LOA: 9.7m
Beam: 3.42m
Draft: 1.95m


Stainless steel standing rigging
Genoa with UV strip on Furlex roller reefing
Double spreader rig with swept back spreaders
Lower shrouds mounted outboard for added strength

Mainsail with two reefs
Mainsail stack pack stowage system with lazy jacks
Mainsail stack-pack in grey canvas
Gas rod kicker
Genoa on Furlex roller reefing
Genoa tracks with cars mounted on coachroof
Lower shrouds mounted outboard for added strength
Adjustable backstay
Mainsail with two reefs
Genoa tracks with cars mounted on coachroof
All control line led aft to cockpit



The saloon is built in the style of a loft, which makes it open and bright. There is a fixed central dinette table and linear seating to port and starboard with storage above both sides. The interior is constructed with light teak and is combined with cream color furnishings.

There is a large double berth in the stern to starboard with a hanging unit and shelves and another large cabin forward also with a hanging unit and shelves. One shared head in the stern to portside with toilet, sink, and shower. The galley counts with a Techimpex two-burner gas hob and a sink, as well as a Waeco front opening fridge with ice compartment. Storage above and below the galley area.

6'4" headroom
Bright airy interior
Opening deck hatch
Light wood finishes throughout
Dark wood laminate flooring
Modern white soft furnishings
Offset central fixed dinette table
Linear seating to port and starboard side
Storage areas above port and starboard seating
Engine compartment access from under companionway steps
Saloon speakers for domestic radio

To starboard side aft of saloon
Grey hard wearing worksurface
Storage above and below galley area
Techimpex two burner gas hob
Waeco front opening refrigerator, with ice box compartment
Single stainless sink
Hot and cold mixer tap to sink
Opening port night vent above galley

Chart table:
Small chart table area to take folio chart
Instrument panel for navigation and electrics, as listed
Domestic radio CD player

Heads compartment:
Large heads compartment, wet-room style, 6'4" headroom
Manual flush Jabsco toilet
Moulded sink vanity unit with hot and cold mixer tap
Storage above and below sink unit

Forward cabin
Commodious double berth with Grey upholstery
Hanging locker with shelf under to starboard side
Shelving unit to port side
Good size standing / changing area
Opening deck hatch

Aft cabin:
Good size double berth
Hanging unit and shelving unit
Small occasional seat
Standing / changing area
Side access to engine compartment
Battery and gas isolation switches
Port light


Engine bay fire extinghuiser
Saildrive final drive

240V shore power connection to port quarter

Hot and cold pressurized water throughout

Delta main anchor
Electric anchor windlass with a remote control unit

Fuel: 150 liters
Water: 150 liters
Waste-holding tank


Chart plotter: Garmin GPSMap 721
Echosounder: Garmin GMI 20
VHF: Garmin 200i

Stainless steel pulpit with access opening at bow
Stainless steel quarter push pit rails
Open transom to bathing platform
Stainless steel wire guard rails with port and starboard openings
Stainless steel safety hand rails on coachroof sides
Aluminium toe rails with integral fairleads
Six mooring cleats, two midships , four bow and stern
Stainless steel bow roller
Delta main anchor
Electric anchor windlass with remote control unit
Mast mounted deck light
Sprayhood in grey canvas with large window area
Gangway aluminium

Large open cockpit
Teak laid cockpit seating
Wheel steering
Cover for wheel and cockpit table
Molded helm binnacle the stainless steel arch with mount for GPS plotter
Fixed teak cockpit table with cup holder cut outs
Crew foot bracing bar, integral to cockpit table
Central mount for mainsail main sheet
Open pushpit with opening stainless steel guard rails giving access to bathing platform
Autopilot control head mounted on aft surface of starboard cockpit coaming
Split hinged teak companionway doors giving access to below decks
Dedicated draining gas locker to port quarter
240V shore power connection to port quarter

Inflatable liferaft
Fire extinguishers
Horseshoe life ring
Emergency tiller
Stainless steel anchor protection plate at bow
Engine bay fire extinghuiser
Galley fire extinghuiser
Safety lifebelt

Folding gangplank
Extra fenders
Extra mooring ropes
Cleaning materials
Extension to swimming ladder
Sprayhood in grey canvas with large window
Mainsail stackpack in grey canvas
Fixed teak cockpit table with cup holder cut outs
Spring cleats
Lines and fenders

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