Bavaria to Open New Factory Direct Location in CT

Bavaria Yachts USA has announced that Mystic, CT will be the location for it’s newest Factory-Direct location, positioned to serve the Northeast sailing market. Bavaria Yachts will be based in Mystic Shipyard, where it will offer new boat sales, service, and parts support, all focused entirely on Bavaria sailing yachts. The Bavaria Yachts office will officially open in early September.

“Since our launch in June 2011, the response to our new Farr-designed Cruiser Series, has been overwhelming” explains Kenny Feld, Managing Director of Bavaria Yachts USA. “We anticipate even more excitement with the upcoming introduction of the incredible new Vision Series. We are thrilled that with the opening of the new Mystic office, we will now be able to directly serve the Northeast market. Mystic is the perfect location given it’s accessibility from most major sailing and metro areas in the Northeast. The Mystic Shipyard is also uniquely equipped with the skills and facilities to support the premium service all Bavaria owners will enjoy. Besides, Mystic is just a special place to visit and sail from, as anyone who’s been there can attest.”

Coming Spring 2013, new Bavaria models will be available for chartering the beautiful cruising waters of the Northeast, with the opening of a new Horizon Yacht Charters base in Mystic, Horizon’s sixth base in the US and Caribbean.

All Bavaria Yachts are built in Bavaria, Germany using state-of-the-art technology with structural engineering by Farr Yacht Design and deck and interior styling by BMW Designworks USA and Design Unlimited UK.

For more information, go to www.bavariayachts.com.

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