Navico‐owned B&G and Simrad brands have become the standard fit electronics for Bavaria’s sailing yachts, motorboats and catamarans

Navico and Bavaria have announced a new partnership which will see B&G and Simrad electronics in all of the firm’s boats.

As part of the deal, the Bavaria C57 and new Bavaria C65 will come with B&G Zeus³ multifunction chartplotters and H5000 instruments as standard.

Simrad’s Track Telemetry software has also been installed on two new Bavaria catamarans – the Nautitech 40 Open and Nautitech 46 Open.

Track allows boat owners to monitor a range of onboard information including battery state, oil pressure/temperature, fuel consumption and data such as depth, boat speed, heading, wind speed and direction.

The information can be viewed through the official Track website on a boat owner’s smartphone or tablet.

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Additionally the Bavaria C57, Bavaria C65, Bavaria R55 and Nautitech 40 Open will also comes with fully integrated Naviop engine and electrics monitoring system as standard, which can be used to manage a range of systems from air conditioning and engines to diesel generator units and stabilisation systems.

Commenting on the partnership, Leif Ottosson, CEO Navico, said: “Navico is very proud of the collaboration with Bavaria Yachts and will continue to work with them to provide the best equipment available to sailing and powerboat enthusiasts.”