Bavaria 37 Cruiser "Constance" and "Christopher Robin"

Year of Build: 2007

Cabins: 3 doubles

Heads: 1

Wheel steer

"Christopher Robin" - Slab reefing main sail with single line reefing and lazy jacks

"Constance" - Inmast furling

We have two Bavaria 37 Cruisers which joined the fleet in 2007. One of them has inmast furling, whilst the other is specified with slab reefing main sail and lazy jacks and sail bag. Both set ups are easy to use by short handed crews and all raising/stowing and reefing of the main sail can be done from the cockpit.

These 37's are specified with a folding wheel, ensuring easy access and manouvering around the cockpit area. These boats are perfect for a family/group of 6 (sleeping two in each cabin). The saloon can sleep an additional two people on the single bunks either side of the saloon table.

The Bavaria 37 Cruiser sails exceptionally well for such a comfortable boat.


This "walkthrough" video of "Constance" was taken in June 2017 and shows what amazing condition these older yachts are in. "Christopher Robin" is in the same condition and internally these two boats are the same.

Technical Information:






Water capacity (Litres)





Equipment and Specifications


3 double cabins

Bimini & Sprayhood

Chart Plotter

Charts/Pilot Book

1 head with holding tank

Slab reefing - Christopher Robin

Tender and outboard


Inmast furling - Constance

Electric windlass

Onboard and transom shower

Full safety equipment

Furling genoa

ROCNA anchor with at least 50m of anchor chain

CD Player with cockpit speakers and aux in for IPOD/MP3

Fully equipped galley, bed linen

Wheel steer - folding

Kedge anchor

Handheld compass

Electric fridge

Cockpit cushions


Pressurised hot and cold water

Wind, depth, log