Baltic Yachts is set to deliver a new custom Baltic 130 high-performance cruising yacht, which has been designed by Nauta Design.
The company has delivered nine fully custom-made yachts to date, which are all more than 30.48m and built of a carbon composite.
These cruising yachts have been designed with focus on high performance and low weight.
The new 39.6m-long yacht will have a full carbon sandwich construction and be equipped with a retractable propulsion system and lifting keel.
While Nauta Design is responsible for overall styling and interior and deck designing, the hull lines have been designed by Reichel Pugh Yacht Design.
The yacht’s owner will be represented by Nigel Ingram from MCM. The company is hoping to start building the yacht in September this year and deliver it by summer 2016.
Along with a flush deck, the Baltic 130 will have a plumb bow and a wide stern. It will also have an owner forward layout with a saloon, galley and five additional cabins, two for guests and three for crew.
Baltic Yachts will deliver two new yachts this year, along with Nariida, the 32m Wally. The company is also producing a mega yacht project, in addition to its Lifecycle Service department projects.
Image: Baltic Yachts’ Baltic 130 is expected to be delivered by summer 2016. Photo: courtesy of Baltic Yachts.