THE BALTIC LOG AUTUMN 2021

29 September 2021

The autumn 2021 edition of the Baltic Log brings encouraging news as Baltic Yachts announces new orders, continues the construction of several new yachts and reports strong financial results.

With Baltic 146 Path, Baltic 68 Pink Gin Verde and Baltic 117 Perseverance recently launched and major refits on the yachts Christopher and Onyx successfully completed, the company has enjoyed a busy year and is looking forward with a full order book to 2023 and the return of important superyachting events as the industry emerges from the pandemic.

This autumn’s Baltic Log features details of the new Baltic 110 Custom project, a report of Baltic 146 Path’s 5000-mile shakedown period, great pictures of the Baltic 68 Pink Gin Verde and some inside information on the superlight Baltic 111 Custom which is well underway.

There’s a first look at the Baltic 117 Custom Perseverance under sail and stunning interior renderings of the exciting Baltic 67PC-03.

Our important Service and Refit operations in Palma de Mallorca and Jakobstad have completed major, detailed refurbishments of two outstanding yacht, the 46m aluminium hulled Christopher and the Swan 100 Onyx, both of which feature in this issue.

We also report on continued success on the race course as Baltic 112 Nilaya pulls of yet another class win at the Superyacht Cup Palma and we feature the amazing Baltic 39 Pangea, based in Anacortes near Seattle, which has been owned by Mac Madenwald from new since 1978, a Baltic ownership record!

We hope you enjoy this issue of the Baltic Log and we wish you great sailing!

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