The judel/vrolijk-designed Baltic 67PC was conceived as a robust, fast, easy to handle long distance cruising yacht able to sail well in light to medium airs downwind conditions and maintain high daily mileage averages without recourse to the engine.
The owner of the third 67PC is keen to sail short-handed, so in addition to the 67’s easy handling characteristics there is a handheld remote-control unit which will enable him to trim sails and manoeuvre under power from anywhere aboard the yacht.
A hard-top bimini fitted with solar panels, diesel-electric propulsion and battery charging via hyrdogeneration using the free-wheeling propeller when sailing are among the differences to hull numbers one and two.
The commission for Baltic 67PC-03, the latest example of this stylish performance cruiser, is another illustration of how varied a specification is possible in a yacht based on the same hull mould.
- L.O.A.20.52 m
- L.W.L.19.20 m
- BEAM5.45 m
- DRAFT2.50/3.90 m
- DISPLACEMENT26.6 tonnes
- BALLAST7.5 tonnes
- NAVAL ARCHITECTjudel/vrolijk & co
- INTERIOR DESIGNDesign Unlimited