June 19, 2014

Projects: Bavaria 360 Sport Coupe, Bavaria 360 Sport HT, Bavaria 360 Sport Open, Bavaria 360 Sport ST

Bavaria sets a standard in the sport cruiser segment with the project of the 360 Sport redefining new dynamics in choice. The new 360 will be available not in two, but in four different versions all targeting different users and area types. Besides the Open and Hardtop versions, Bavaria will be launching a new Coupe at a World Premiere in early September at the Oslo Boat Show. A Soft-Top version will also be available. Open, Hardtop, Soft-Top, or as a Coupe, the new 360 Sport is indeed versatile. The entire cockpit was designed according to modern requirements and is the social area on this medium sized sport cruiser. The seating area with cockpit table at the rear is a fantastic place for a relaxing drink or dinner with friends in the evening. During the day this area is easily converted in just a few steps to a large sun-pad. The 360 Sport is again a project by Marco Casali and his Too Design team, the man behind the much appreciated 420 Virtess, who here keeps amazingly beautiful and clear lines in the 360 Sport, respecting his Rome Central Italy roots. The hull form uses the knowledge of nautical architects Insenaval SL, while the modern, stylish and functional interior comes from Design Unlimited. The finishing touches and technical details in the 360 are from the designers and engineers of the Bavaria Sport line and all their previous experiences are incorporated in this new sport cruiser. Even with a new hard top concept, the 360 Sport is about practicality, large windows create a spacious all around view. Attention to detail, experience and a demanding technical level have been the premises of the designers and engineers at Bavaria in the development of the interior of the new 360 Sport. A wide range choice of fabrics and woods to the newly designed helm where a functional and simple design are key. Standard power for the Bavaria 360 Sport will be twin Mercruiser 260hp petrol gas engines.