Bebela Yacht

Bebela is a Bavaria 41 and is the perfect sailing yacht for 6 guests.

Her cabins are spacious and have many hatches giving lots of natural light and ventilation below decks.

Some of Bebela’s features include:

  • Large comfortable saloon
  • Spacious cockpit with table
  • Large Bimini(2016) for shade, sprayhood (2018) and cushions in the cockpit
  • Custom-made mattresses for sunbath in bow (2016)
  • Easy access bathing platform and ladder
  • Fresh water deck shower
  • Dinghy rib and Outboard engine (2014)
  • Roller reefing Genoa (2018) and mainsail(2015) for easy sail handling
  • Satellite navigation systems
  • VHF Radio
  • CD Player
  • Solar Panel
  • Passerelle (2017)

The saloon on Bebela has comfortable bench seating around a table that can easily seat 6. The galley is situated on the port side and has plenty of space and facilities.

At the aft end of the saloon on the starboard side is the chart table. It is fully equipped, including a CD player, VHF radio and on-board navigation systems where you can plot our passage around the islands.

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We provide sailing holidays for people who are not sailors themselves.

 

It is from the saloon that access is gained to all of Bebela’s guest cabins. The generous forepeak is en-suite and has a wide and comfortable double-bed, with well-designed storage space surrounding the cabin.

The double cabins at the stern share the spacious aft bathroom. They offer full-size double beds with plenty of storage space and hatches.

Bebela’s cockpit can seat 6 in safety and comfort and has a large bimini, providing cool shade when required.

There is a purpose-built table to cater for al-fresco dining and, with lots of cushions scattered around it, it also makes a great place to relax and watch life pass by in our port of call for the night.

The sailing action takes place in the cockpit and Bebela is a great boat to sail. Even in very light winds she can pick up her skirts and really take off. She is a Bermudan rigged sloop, meaning she has one mast supporting two sails, both of which roll away for easier handling.

All of the control lines come back from the mast and foredeck and into the cockpit, making her a great boat to learn to sail.