The Baltic 116 Custom Doryan is a true blue water cruising yacht built for long distance passage-making with the ability to remain independent of land-based facilities for long periods. The project also called for a yacht with real performance. Naval architecture is by judel/vrolijk.
Doryan’s less extreme styling provides her with a timeless elegance which combines with practical design features like a wraparound-window deckhouse and an integrated fixed bimini. Final styling of the exterior was completed in partnership with Nauta Design, while project management was by Nigel Ingram at MCM.
The accommodation comprises a large owner’s cabin forward, two guest cabins further aft and then the raised deck saloon with a large dining table for eight to ten people to port and a settee area to starboard. Aft of the saloon are two large guest cabins. The three crew cabins, crew mess and navigation area are located aft. Nauta Design was responsible for the layout, interior styling and much of the interior design detail.
The yacht has a vacuum-infused carbon/foam sandwich hull and deck.