Well known for their high quality, blue water production sailing yachts, Baltic Yachts unveiled the exciting 67ft carbon fibre semi-custom cruiser, the Baltic 67, in 2017. It’s designed to be fast, easy to sail and capable of long-distance cruising.
Clients have the opportunity to customise the yacht’s interior to suit their needs and taste, whilst the uniform hull enables a faster build time and streamlined engineering.
The design has a flexible accommodation plans allow for a choice of three or four cabins, a galley that’s open to the roomy main saloon and a variety of seating/dining arrangements. There’s also a comprehensive range of options offered for the interior styling, furnishing and finishes.
Baltic 67PC #1 – Manyeleti
This was the first yacht from the series to be delivered, launched in June 2018.
Baltic 67PC #2
The second hull of the Baltic 67PC’s featured a revised internal layout to suit the owner’s requirements. It also has a higher transom to enclose the aft cockpit to stern.
Baltic 67PC #3
The third hull has a contemporary interior style and hardtop cockpit protection. The naval architecture is the work of judel/vrolijk and Design Unlimited were engaged for the exterior styling and interior design, with engineering by the Baltic Yachts in-house design team.
The internal layout differs from previous yachts in this semi-production series, with the galley moved amidships and the useful technical area in the port quarter accessed more easily via the guest cabin. The main bulkhead has also been moved 400mm aft, affording more space to the owner’s suite.
When it comes to the interior finish, leather has been used to elevate the styling on the berth surround and bunk base, as well as on the cabin door panels and handles, creating a modern feel with a touch of luxury. Where possible, elements of the yacht’s structure have been incorporated into the design and the result is a more architectural environment.