Baltic 67 performance cruiser (67PC) is a cruising yacht built by Finland-based Baltic Yachts in Bosund yard.
The vessel is built with carbon Epoxy Sprint, which delivers a strong and light structure and ensures a comfortable cruising experience.
The cruising yacht is as an alternative for long-distance passage-making and can be used as a fast cruiser in the Mediterranean, northern Europe, US and Caribbean.
The cruising yacht features a carbon composite hull and has an overall length of 20.5m, with a maximum beam of 5.45m and a draft of 3.9m. It features 9t lead ballast bulbs suspended from stainless steel fins, which are joined to the reinforced composite hull matrix.
The deck is of carbon and foam composite build with a split mould and constructed in E-Glass with carbon fibre reinforcements.
Baltic 67PC can be equipped with either a deep draft fixed keel of 3.9m or a shallow draft fixed keel of 3.3m. The yachts with fixed keel will be fitted with one balanced rudder with a sacrificial tip.
The yacht is equipped with shorter twin rudders, which provide greater response under sail. It also has hydraulically-driven telescopic lifting keels, which decreases the draft to 2.5m when the keel is kept in fully upside position.
Rig options for the yacht include standard sail plan that has a pinhead main and a slightly bigger square-top mainsail.
Baltic Yachts clients the flexibility to customise the deck design. The Baltic 67 deck can be built with different options for cockpit design, transom style, bowsprit and anchor stowage configuration.
Two different deck layout options are available including layout-A and layout-B. Layout-A provides access to a dinghy garage through large transom door and cockpit sole to the lazarette, while layout-B provides additional protection by an area of raised aft deck to meet the side decks.
Both the deck layouts feature twin wheels, mainsheet track, easy-to-reach mainsail and headsail trimming winches.
The main saloon can be built with different options including L-shaped seating unit with a large dining table and coffee table. Alternative layout includes U-shaped seating with a dining table and an open main saloon to the linear galley with no dividing bulkheads.
The general accommodation options include three or four sleeping cabins with a master suite, single and double cabins, and ensuite shower compartment.
Baltic Yachts contracted naval architect Judel/Vrolijk & Co to provide the design for the cruising yacht.
The interior style and design for the Baltic 67PC have been carried out by Design Unlimited.
Baltic Yachts delivered the first Baltic 67PC designed with an open transom and a 3.3m fixed keel. The yacht features a hydraulic bathing platform, which leads to a large under-deck tender stowage area.
Baltic 67PC-02 is being built for an experienced yachtsman and features a closed transom. It will have a single, deeper rudder and an easy to handle sail plan, which is marginally shorter than the standard option.
Baltic 67PC-02 is scheduled for delivery in May 2019.
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