A comfortable cruising experience has always been a key sales pitch and driver in our designs. We want to make complex yachts easy to sail. We put great emphasis on user-friendliness in our technical design process and seek maximum comfort in our interior design.
Our expertise in building advanced composite yachts is based on nearly half a century of experience starting with many smaller production yachts and evolving into the custom superyachts we see being launched today. We are world leaders in this field of building, which is in so much demand today by clients looking for a multi-role yacht providing a platform for luxury living and a performance to win on the race course.
Baltic 112 Liara
Commissioned as a world girdling performance cruising yacht, this all-carbon sloop is also equipped to be a threat on the racecourse .
Baltic 67PC-02 LURIGNA
The owner of the second 67PC took advantage of the numerous options available based on the same hull. A closed transom, fixed keel and alternative cockpit and accommodation lay-outs were among the differences to hull number one. While her cruising pedigree is very much in evidence, this yacht is also optimised for offshore racing.
Baltic 85 Mini Y
This fast, easy to handle cruising yacht was successfully launched in July 2018. Designed by Dixon Yacht Design, which has a particular affinity for the requirements of yachts intended for comfortable cruising, the silver-hulled Baltic 85 Custom has shown an impressive turn of speed.
Baltic 67PC-01 Manyeleti
Designed for crossing oceans quickly and easily, Manyeleti was the first example of the Baltic 67 Performance Cruiser to be launched. With her high build quality, light displacement, easy to handle rig, including in-boom furling, lifting keel and spacious accommodation for seven, she provides the ideal platform for fast, bluewater cruising.
Baltic 175 Pink Gin
The spectacular and innovative silver-hulled sloop was launched in july 2017, following a complex build programme of precision engineering and building. Pink Gin is not only the largest carbon fibre sloop in the world, but also displays some of the most innovative features seen in a sailing yacht, including two opening balconies set into the topsides, Baltic Yachts’ revolutionary Force Feedback Steering System and an 18-ton carbon composite hull and deck shell built to the highest degree of accuracy.
BALTIC 117 CUSTOM
Baltic Yachts has been commissioned to build an advanced composite 117ft (39.6m) Custom Classic sloop from the board of renowned...SEE MORE
Baltic 142 Custom
This highly innovative long distance cruising yacht is notable for being the first superyacht to be fitted with a transverse...SEE MORE
Baltic 146 Custom
When she was commissioned this was the third largest yacht by volume Baltic Yachts had ever been asked to build....SEE MORE
What people say about our yachts
Yachting can bring together the most important things in life – family, friends and love
Owner, Baltic 175 Pink Gin
For me, Baltic means a fantastic team of people that is challenging itself all the time in order to build more advanced, more sophisticated, faster and lighter "high performance" yachts than any other yacht builder. They never say no as an answer, they come up with solutions!
Owner, Baltic 112 Nilaya
When I was making my choice of builder, I concluded that the Baltic 67 had been far better thought through than similar yachts. A key requirement for my new yacht was high quality of build.
Owner, Baltic 67 Manyeleti
BALTIC 67 PERFORMANCE CRUISER
A fast, easy to handle cruising yacht benefitting from the highest quality carbon fibre construction, 44 years of seamanlike design experience and the opportunity for owners to customise layout.
This new performance bluewater cruiser is designed to meet the demands of owners looking for a fast, easy to sail, good looking, long distance cruising yacht displaying seamanlike design throughout and benefitting from the carbon fibre engineering and building skills perfected by Baltic Yachts over 44 years.
PASSION FOR INNOVATION
FORCE FEEDBACK STEERING SYSTEM
Large yachts need hydraulic power to turn their rudders. A drawback is that the helmsman loses the ‘feel’ in the helm, something that lies at the heart of enjoying the sailing experience. We have found a way to re-create this feel to keep the owner in touch with his yacht. Together with experts from the automotive industry we have designed a steering system that mimics the side forces on the rudder and transfers the ‘feel’ electronically to the yacht’s wheel.