For the third hull of the Baltic 56 the owner wanted a multi-purpose yacht that would offer both good racing potentials as well as comfortable cruising, but without being too complex and too heavily loaded with equipment.
Functionality was an important factor when working on the layouts and specification for this project. The deck was of a twin cockpit type layout with entrances from both cockpits.
A good example of functionality was that the navigation station has been positioned just forward of the aft entrance, giving a superb communication between helm and navigation station.
This yacht was a good example of the high technology used on the majority of Baltic Yachts today. Typical example of this were vacuum infused Carbon/Epoxy laminates for both deck and hull, Carbon structural bulkheads and carbon mast among other things.
- L.O.A.17.14 m
- D.W.L.15.00 m
- BEAM4.59 m
- DRAFT3.10 m
- DISPLACEMENT15,300 kg
- BALLAST5,800 kg
- NAVAL ARCHITECTjudel/vrolijk & co