BALTIC 110 ZEMI
A fast cruising yacht for family global cruising
This 110ft all carbon sloop was commissioned by an experienced yachtsman who required a yacht for global family cruising adventures at pace.
Baltic Yachts has once again teamed up with naval architects Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design and external project manager and owner’s representative A2B Marine Projects, who were both responsible for the highly successful Baltic 112 Liara.
This yacht is the third Baltic to be commissioned with an electric propulsion system using the well proven Lithium-ion powered Danfoss motor driving a conventional shaft.
Highly efficient, quieter and with much reduced vibration, compared to an internal combustion engine, the electric motor is emissions-free and converts to a generator using the yacht’s free-wheeling propeller while sailing.
Although the yacht still needs diesel generators, the twin 129kW Cummins units are designed to meet IMO Tier 3 emissions regulations, further enhancing the yacht’s eco-credentials.
Her spectacular interior design is by Stockholm-based Andreas Martin-Löf Arkitekter.
- Versatile, high-performance cruiser
- Electric propulsion
- Control console technology
- Twin rudders
- Lifting keel
- Multi-function transom, 'Beach club'
- Stern garage for tender
- L.O.A.33.50 m
- L.W.L.31.20 m
- BEAM7.60 m
- DRAFT3.80/5.80 m
- DISPLACEMENT95 tons
- BALLAST28 tons
- NAVAL ARCHITECTMalcolm McKeon Yacht Design
- INTERIOR DESIGNAndreas Martin-Löf Arkitekter
The build process
Intended primarily as a luxuriously appointed performance cruising yacht, capable of carrying the owner’s family and friends on global sailing adventures in high and low latitudes, Baltic 110 Zemi was built to Baltic’s exacting standards in advanced carbon composites to a Malcolm McKeon design.
Exterior and interior
Zemi was commissioned by an experienced yachtsman who required a yacht for global family cruising adventures. Her spectacular interior design is by Stockholm-based Andreas Martin-Löf Arkitekter.
Transport & launch
Zemi was built in the company’s original Bosund facility and trucked by low loader to Baltic’s waterside facility and launch site in Jakobstad, negotiating numerous bridges and the local railway line over which power cables were raised to allow the yacht to pass. The two-hour precision operation was completed on time in Jakobstad where a mobile crane was being prepared to lift Zemi into the water.
Watch Baltic 110 Zemi take shape from hull moulding to the moment her deck is carefully lowered into position.
Watch the all-carbon hull of the powerful cruising sloop Baltic 110 Zemi taking shape.