The Baltic 83 Gof was designed as a performance cruiser primarily for warm-weather sailing and complete self-sufficiency during long-distance passages.
The brief was for a high performance sailing yacht, which could also acquit herself well in the occasional regatta.
The owner traded reduced storage space for larger living areas, including a particularly large owner’s cabin forward of the mast.
The saloon is located above the engine compartment and benefits from the additional height afforded by the deckhouse, the wraparound windows of which provide a panoramic view.
Two spacious guest cabins are positioned just aft of the saloon, while the working area of the yacht comprising two crew cabins, a large galley area and the navigation station are located right aft.
With white-painted deck-heads and bulkheads finished with half-height teak panels, the interior design creates a spacious, light and airy atmosphere.