Baltic 43, iconic, stylish and much applauded design from Judel & Vrolik and the famous Baltic yard. Baltic Yachts are often regarded as being on a par with a Swan but offering more personalisation.
6/8 bunks in 4 cabins including a magnificent 'island' double in the aft cabin, Recently re-rigged and ready for a new owner as current owner is moving up.
Baltic Yachts Ltd was founded 35 years ago in 1973 by a five ma break away from Swan yachts, n looking to build superior yachts and superyachts - that would give them the edge over their competitors. Baltic Yachts Ltd is now one of the leading names in custom and semi-custom made luxury yachts for sale.
Baltic Yachts, Finland
Baltic Yachts Ltd was founded 35 years ago in 1973 by five men looking to build superior yachts – or superyachts - that would give them the edge over their competitors. Baltic Yachts Ltd is now one of the leading names in custom and semi-custom made luxury yachts for sale.
The Baltic Yachts Ltd company is based in the United States of America at Rhode Island however the Baltic Yachts Ltd yard is located in a village called Bosund on the West coast of Finland. Here they have developed excellent facilities for building their yachts.
The first yacht built by Baltic Yachts Ltd was the Baltic 46 in 1974. Since then they have built custom and semi-custom built yachts for sale in all sizes from 38ft to 152ft.
Baltic Yachts say of the Baltic 43.
The Baltic 43 was the second serial production model where we co-operated with Judel/Vrolik as Naval Architects. Judel/Vrolik had at this time been successful on the racing scene with similar yachts including Admirals Cup contenders like 'Container'.
The Baltic 43 was developed using experience from these successful racing projects combined with Baltic Yachts known capability in building light constructions. Detailed weight studies were carried out in order to establish a light but still realistic and achievable displacement.
The styling, deck and interior layout was done by our own designers. the interior incorporated the already well known Baltic Yacht double centre berth owners cabin. the Baltic 43 also allowed more flexibility in layouts giving clients greater opportunity to customize their yachts.
We have greatly enjoyed 'Adrigole' and she has introduced the family to cruising in a safe, easily driven yacht, it maybe that she has spoilt them for the future as she is a truly 'Proper Yacht'.
We have cruised the West Coast and she has proved her seaworthiness numerous times. Her sailing capabilities have never been in doubt but we now seek a larger boat now that we have got the bug!
Hull & Superstructure construction.
- GRP sandwich construction to the highest specification to provide an extremely rigid yet light and well insulated structure.
- All high stress areas are especially strengthened and reinforced to accommodate localised loadings.
- Hull finished in blue Awlgrip with yellow striping.
- Antifoul in Copper coat (2007)
- Main bulkheads in Marine ply with teak facings.
- Stainless steel chain plates, through bolted to longitudinal or transverse bulkheads which are securely bonded to the hull.
- Chain plates are grounded to a keel bolt for lightning protection.
- Hand laid up moulded fibreglass with core stiffening, insulation and reinforcement incorporated in the way of deck fittings and winches.
- Deck is bonded to the hull and through.
- Teak laid decking to the side decks, coachroof top, cockpit seating and cockpit sole.
- Other areas in white.
Keel & rudder
- Deep keel bilge, Limber holes to allow drainage of bilge to sump.
- Lead antimony Fin keel
- Stainless steel keel bolts to an internal fabrication within the hull
- Cantilevered semi elliptical balanced spade rudder with high strength, sweater resistant Aluminium rudder stock and blade within internal skeleton..
- Roller bearings
Engine & gearboxes,
- Volvo MD2040 - D3 Cylinder 45 hp diesel
- fresh water cooling, Heat exchanger.
- Access for servicing forward, aft, top and to starboard
- Enhanced sound insulation
- Volvo Penta HS 15L-A 2.63 reduction gear box with reverse gear, reduction 3:1
- Engine instrument panel with RPM meter, low pressure alarm, high temp alarm and starting switch.
- Engine hour metre is located at the Nav station on the main panel
- Morse single lever controls
- Service kit
Maintenance & Performance
- Engine hours - approx. 575 hours as of May 2014
- Last engine service Winter 2013/2014
- Cruising speed under engine 6 Knots
- Max speed under engine 7.5 knots
Propulsion and Steering
- Prop shaft in corrosion resistant steel AISI 329
- P Bracket and bearing
- Stuffing box with remote tube to stern tube
- 2 Blade feathering prop
- Stainless steel steering wheel with hide covering
- Solimar steering
- Emergency tiller stored in cockpit locker
- Custom made panel with circuit breakers
- Indication diodes, amp metres, volt metres and tank level indicators
- 12v DC system throughout the boat
- Service spare part kit for electrical system
- All batteries are heavy duty deep cycle marine type.
- Main battery 1 x 12v DC 120ah
- Service batteries 3 x 12v DC 110 ah joined in parallel.
- Mastervolt 12/30 30 ah intelligent charger ( New 2005 )
- Mains sockets at galley and within lockers of forward and aft heads
- 60 ah engine mounted alternator
- 240/220v A/C socket for shore power lead
- Seacocks and through hull fittings of the Blakes bronze type.
- 12v DC pressurised hot 7 Cold fresh water system
- Hot water from engine driver calorifier or via 220v AC immersion heater element and shore power.
- Seawater taps via foot pumps to galley as well as fresh water.( Fridge cleaning / draining pump )
- Additional manual fresh water tap to heads via foot pumps.
- Cockpit shower
- 2 x Bilge pumps (Manual)
- 1 x 12 v DC electric bilge pump with float switch and manual over ride
- Holding tank
- Fuel tank capacity 170 litres ( 37 Gals ) in one tank
- Fresh water capacity 240 litres ( 52.8 Gals ) in two tanks
- B&G Hydra 2000 multi function display
- Raymarine ST7001 autopilot ( New 2005 )
- B&G Hydra 2000 analogue wind direction
- B&G Hydra 2000 analogue wind speed
- B&G Hydra 2000 analogue boat speed
- B&G Hydra 2000 analogue depth 1
- B&G Hydra 2000 analogue depth 2
At Chart table
- Simrad CX34 Radar/ Chart plotter with closed array scanner on stern mounted antenna pole
- B&G Hydra 2000 multi function display
- Raymarine S100 remote control handset for autopilot integrated to Simrad plotter
- Clipper Navtex 2008
- Wempe Saloon Bulkhead Brass ships clock and tide clock and barometer/Thermometer
- Suunto D-165 compass mounted on steering pedestal (2009)
- VHF Raymarine 215 E DSC VHF
- Raymarine multifunction hand set at Helm in Port side lazarette locker
- Inox Alpes stainless steel gimballed gas stove with 3 x burner, oven and rotisserie
- Remote solenoid valve plus mechanical shut off for gas supply at galley
- Stainless steel lined insulated ice box with 12v DC/220vAC compressor and temperature control
- Twin stainless steel sinks
- 2 x Blakes marine heads
- 2 x H&C pressurised showers
- Cockpit shower
Heating & Ventilation
- Fresh water via hatches and port holes, 4 x standard Dorade vents, 12vDC engine room blower and Eberspacher Airtronic system 9 inch ducts in all accommodation and heads compartment. Thermostat control at chart table )
- Sony Radio/CD with ipod/phone control, USB input and remove control
- Saloon integral speakers with cabinetry
- Cockpit speakers behind removeable cover with fade in / out.
- Navigators light
- Night light (Red/White)
- 8 x white dome lights
- 5 x fluorescent white lights
- 6 x reading light white
- 5 x foot lights Red
- Indirect lighting in Main saloon with dimmer
- 5 x lights in hanging lockers
- bow lights
- Stern light
- Steaming light
- Tri-colour mast head
- Anchor light
- Deck floor light
- Compass light
All joinery is teak faced with solid teak or laminated teak frames and capping. Satin varnish finish, all doors provided with retaining swing stops
- Kick plates on steps and chafing pieces on sills are provided
- Canvas lee cloths provided for berths in owners stateroom and guest cabins
- Blue cloth upholstery through out
- Pale blue cloth curtains are provided for side windows and port lights
- Locker doors are fitted with louvers for ventilation
- Teak gratings in head
- Floorboards with laid teak veneer with holly inlay
- Access to bilge at appropriate points
- Soft lining panels to deck head
- V Berth with infill to create larger double
- Storage space beneath berths for sails, rigging equipment etc
- Hanging locker and storage space to port
- Twin bunks to starboard, both fitted with lee cloths
- Hanging locker to port
- Access to day heads to port
Forward 'day' heads
- Moulded basin
- Counter unit and storage
- foot operated fresh water pump
- pressurised H&C water
- Baby Blakes marine WC
- Dining area to port with dining table and U shaped wrap around settee
- Settee converts to double berth
- Book shelves and lockers outboard
- opposite saloon to starboard
- Large Nav table with stowage
- Overhead, lockable chart table
- Master electrical panel
- Navigators seat
- Navigators belt
- Linear galley on starboard side aft of chart table
- Sinks opposite main galley top inboard beneath cockpit
- Stowage in lockers, drawers andracks
- Work top with deep fiddles
- Drying locker for dishes
- King size centreline island berth with split bunks
- Storage space under berth
- Hanging lockers to port and starboard
- Settees to port and starboard
- Bookshelf and small lockers
- Vanity with mirror forward
- Moulded Basin
- Counter unit and lockers
- foot operated fresh water pump
- pressurised Hot & Cold water
- Baby blakes Marine WC
Rig & Deck
- masthead Sloop Rig
- Sparcraft black anodised aluminium alloy spars
- Keel stepped mast
- 3 sets of inline spreaders
- Antal deck gear
- German mainsheet system with adjustable track aft of companionway hatch
- Three reefs for mainsail with reefing lines led aft
- Genoa and jib tracks on deck
- Fully battened mainsail system with Frederiksen ball-bearing batten cars
- Stackpack with lazy jacks
- Floating genoa car system
- Harken MKII furling system twin pack
- Navtec hydraulic adjustment for backstay, vang and outhaul with control panel at helm pedestal ( Serviced 2007)
- Discontinuous rod standing rigging ( replaced 2007) with exception of baby stay which S/s wire ( replaced 2006)
- Babystay on adjustable tensioning track
- Check stay option available included.
- Spinnaker pole deck stowed
- All winches are Lewmar 2 speed manual self-tailing and consist of
- 2 x 66 ST primary inches
- 2 x 55 ST checkstay/spinnaker winches
- 2 x 43 ST Halyard/control line winches at companionway
- 1x 43 ST mainsheet winch at companionway
- 1 x 40 ST halyard winch at foot of mast
- 2 x 43 ST halyard winches at foot of mast
- Dacron fully battened mainsail (2005)
- Dacron furling No 1 Genoa with UV protection strip (2005)
- Dacron furling No 2 Genoa (1992)
- Dacron furling light weight genoa (1994)
- Nylon radial cut symmetric spinnaker (1995)
- North sails Dacron storm jib
- I 17.67 m / 57.97'
- J 5.20m / 17.06'
- P 15.75m / 51.67'
- E 4.80m / 15.75'
- Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and double guardwire stanchions
- Stainless steel handrail for main companionway
- Full length anodised alloy toe rail through bolted with mid ships rubbing strake
- Multi purpose sheet take off points
- Stainless steel antenna pole and radar scan pole
- Teak outboard bracket on push pit
Anchoring & mooring equipment
- Quick 12v DC electric anchors windlass
- 16 kgs CQR anchor with 8m galvanised chain and 50m warp
- Custom fabricated stainless steel fitting provided with anchor roller and genoa track fittings
- 4 x Mooring cleats
- Warps & Fenders
- Boat hook
Covers, Canvas & Cushions
- Fittings for sprayhood on stainless steel frame
- Blue canvas helm pedestal cover
- Blue canvas stack pack bag
- 2 x Horseshoe buoys
- Dan bouy
- Seasafe 4 man canister life raft (2006) Req'd service Fed 2015
- Webbing jack stays
- Fire extinguishers, Engine bay mounted extinguisher & Fire blanket in galley
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.