Baltic Yachts from Finland

Baltic Yachts is a builder of high performance sailing boats that are exclusive, tailor-made yachts of high quality material. They build semi-custom (ranging from 50 to 66 feet) and full custom yachts up to 200 feet, and their business objective is to be one of the leading boat building companies in the world. They claim of using skilled boat builders with a heritage in boat building traditions back to the 13’th century.

At the moment I write, they have three yachts in construction, a Baltic 108 Winwin, and two customs, a Baltic 107 and a Baltic 47.
I want to present in this post what they already did, based more on standard models, or semi-customs. What I saw can be considered masterpieces.

Baltic 66 - exterior

Baltic 66 – exterior


[source – their website, the link is on the first paragraph]

LOA: 20,40 m
DWL: 18,00 m
Beam: 5,20 m
Draft: 3,80 m
Displacement: 19 670 kg

Baltic 66 - cabin

Baltic 66 – cabin

The standard Baltic 66 is using Epoxy vacuum bagged carbon laminates in both the hull and the deck.

Baltic 64

Baltic 64

LOA: 19,51 m
DWL: 15,70 m
Beam: 5,27 m
Draft: 3,53 m
Displacement: 25 500 kg

Baltic 64 - saloon

Baltic 64 – saloon

Baltic 58 represented the third serial production model cooperation with Sparkman & Stephens and followed the same philosophy as the previous Baltic 64 and Baltic 52.

Baltic 58

Baltic 58

LOA: 17,83 m
DWL: 14,50 m
Beam: 5,07 m
Draft: 3,20 m
Displacement: 19 000 kg

Baltic 58 - galley

Baltic 58 – galley

BALTIC 170 CUSTOM is a new 170foot project is an approach from judel/vrolijk & co to combine some of the classic design aesthetics with a more modern hull shape and a deck styling that tries to make the boat unique.

Baltic 107 custom

Baltic 107 custom

LOA: 51,05 m
DWL: 41,200 m
Beam: 9,350 m
Draft: 3,8/6,2 m
Displacement: 203 000 kg

Baltic 116 Custom

Baltic 116 Custom

This summer a contract for a 116-footer was signed and the owner wants a high-performance cruiser for taking his family sailing in the Mediterranean. With naval architecture by judel/vrolijk, the Baltic 116 will have a deck-house with a carbon-fibre bimini hard top for plenty of protection from the sun.
The hull will be constructed from carbon composite, and will be fitted with a lifting keel.
The interior design for Baltic 116 Custom will come from Nauta Design and the layout includes 7 cabins, owner’s cabin situated near the bow, three for the guests, one for the captain and two crew cabins. Production is due to start in January 2013.

LOA: 35,50 m
DWL: 32,60 m
Beam: 8,25 m
Draft: 3,50/5,50
Displacement: 113 970 kg

Prices are high. They depend on customization, but I think they reflect very well the quality of the construction. Two boats are awarded. “Hetairos” and “Canova”. They are indeed, state of the art. Have a look at them:

Hetairos

Hetairos

LOA: 59,90 m
DWL: 49,76 m
Beam: 10,54 m
Draft: 3,5/6/9 m
Displacement: 220 ton

Canova

Canova

LOA: 34,53 m
DWL: 31,100 m
Beam: 7,971 m
Draft: 5,50/3,30m
Displacement: 103 000 kg
Canova is a very elegant yacht. I saw a Baltic 97′ on yachtworld, from 1999, for sale with over $4,1 Million. You may have the idea that this yachts are not for everybody.

Baltic Yachts Logo

Baltic Yachts Logo

 

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