BALTIC 112 LIARA
MULTI-ROLE SUPERYACHT FOR GLOBAL CRUISING AND RACING
Commissioned by an experienced yachtsman, Liara is a fast, easy to handle, long distance family cruising yacht with potential to perform well on the racecourse.
Award-winning interior specialist Adam Lay has produced a stunning limed oak accommodation finish to give this exciting cruiser/racer a stylish touch of luxury below.
- Advanced carbon composite lightweight construction
- High performance rig and sailplan
- Rotating, Retractable Propulsion System
- Telescopic lifting keel with high performance fairing
- Large protected guest cockpit with removable hard-top bimini
- Dedicated sail bins for Code and A sails
- Luxury accommodation for owner, six guests and five crew
- Up to eight hours ‘silent’ mode with ‘hotel’ services running
- Spectacular Adam Lay Studio interior design
- High performance hull by Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design
VERSATILE COCKPIT AND HARD TOP BIMINI
Liara’s large, comfortable cockpit and spectacular full width deck saloon provide the focal point of her accommodation and a seamless transition for inside/outside living in the warm climes for which she is intended. The cockpit, which can be set up for dining, sun bathing and relaxing while sailing, is protected by a stylish hard-top bimini supported by removable posts. The entire structure can be removed to save weight for racing. The cockpit is devoid of winches and running rigging with all sailing controls positioned aft of the steering positions, making the cockpit a super-safe place to relax while racing or cruising.
RETRACTABLE PROPULSION SYSTEM
Acceleration, speed and manoeuvrability are key for efficient sailing and a competitive edge. Making the underwater surface of the hull as fair as possible by retracting the propeller is one innovative way of achieving this. The latest models feature 360° rotation so that the unit doubles as a stern thruster. With the propeller retracted there is much less drag which equates to more efficient sailing, increased speed and greater manoeuvrability on the racecourse.
- L.O.A.34.14 m
- D.W.L.32.00 m
- BEAM7.90 m
- DRAFT6.15/ 3.95 m
- DISPLACEMENT88 tons
- BALLAST31.35 tons
- NAVAL ARCHITECTMalcolm McKeon Yacht Design
- INTERIOR DESIGNAdam Lay Studio
BALTIC 112 LIARA
SAILING IN PALMA
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