The whole German-made Bavaria family of yachts is new to the Pacific Northwest, and local dealer JK3 Nautical Enterprises is excited to be a part of the action. The new Bavaria Virtess 420 Fly combines the luxurious with the sporty in a mid-sized, Euro-style package that looks great with a mountain studded Salish Sea backdrop.
What jumps out at a glance is the outdoor-oriented exterior. The 420 Fly features a generous swim step off the stern, covered adjustable cockpit seating at a dinette table, and plenty of deck space forward in the form of a sun bed for taking in the view while lounging. The swim step can even be lowered in order to be completely submerged, which is great for tender deployment or fun with the kids. A ladder from the cockpit leads to the helm of the open flybridge, the best seat in the house on a sunny day.
The cabin is well lit with almost entirely glass side work. With three cabins, a wet bar, two separate heads, and a complete galley paired with generous salon seating, the accommodations seem quite nice for a boat this size. The master suite is especially luxurious with walk around king-sized bed. To make her even more fun oriented, the helm in the pilothouse features a racecar-style layout to help sate that need for speed. She’s powered with twin Volvo Penta IPS D6-370 EVC inboard diesel engines for a total power of 740 horses. That beloved Volvo dual joystick steering is standard, and gives the skipper complete control over each engine independently.
Want to fly away with the Bavaria Virtess 420 Fly? You can learn more from the local dealer (JK3 Yachts) at jk3yachts.com.