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Window manufacturer and avid sailor, Winfried Herrman, and Josef Meltl, a yacht charter broker, took over a PVC window factory in 1978 in Giebelstadt, Germany. Their dream: Turn the factory into a shipyard and manufacture affordable, yet brilliantly built sailing yachts. They retained the PVC workforce and named their new company Bavaria Yachtbau. By 2006, the company had produced more than 3,500 sailboats and motor yachts.
Today, Bavaria Yachts is one of the largest yacht builders in Europe and leads the global market in boats ranging from 30 to 56 feet.
Some of the most celebrated and sought-after aircraft and automobiles have one thing in common: German engineering. Over the years, this term has become synonymous with precision, power, innovation and quality craftsmanship. And it applies to sailing yachts and motorboats as well – especially the ones built by Bavaria.
The shipyard, which is near Würzburg, Germany, is a boat-building marvel. There are four 410-foot production lines, two huge halls with 656,168 square feet devoted to hull and deck manufacturing, and individual workshops for carpentry, painting and laminating. Every inch of every boat Bavaria builds is constructed on-site.
Established - 1978 | Location - Giebelstadt, Germany | Construction - Solid Wood with IPA Resin Laminates (Aluminum-Reinforced Decks on Sailing Vessels)