The Baltic 64 T is a blue water cruiser designed by Sparkman8Stephens with eye-catching classic lines, fully equipped to go anywhere even with small crew. Baltic 64 was built in 1990 and since 1996 owned by her present demanding owner, The Yacht offers two cockpits with two companiomways, all lines and sheets lead to the aft cockpit. The rig is a RECKMANN furling mast with hydraulic RECKMANN genoa and staysail furters. She is a rare bronze centerboard keel which allows to reduce the hydraulical draft from 4.20 to 1.80 m. Below deck Baltic 64 offers a spacious two bedroom cabin with separate living and dining area. In the bow section are two guest cabins with ensuite heads and a sail locker. Baltic 64 is fully equipped and well maintained, new Teak deck 2009, engine overhauled 2015. new rigging 2009, new navigation electronics 2015. German ownerfag, EU-VAT paid.
Hull and Deek are core fiberglass sandwich, utlining airflow end grain balsa and a grid hybrid unidirectional rowing (naglasNKevlan in epoxy resin. Load ballast keel with a hydrauli operated bronze centerboard Painted with white AWL Grip in 2000. Contemporary design two cockpit layout with swim plat orm in the transom. New with in 2009. Anchor locker with electric S windlass and storage Arif, to winches around the mast, where there is a lines. For four fenders in the for halyard tails, on stb. Is a locker for the Nferaft integrated with storage box fenders and mooring ladder, four space for a stainless steel persons around a stationary cockpit Large cockpit free from seats eight controls, refrigerators table Aft table abso with a stationary table, houses sailing have cockpit tables Lookers, full instrumentation and the built-in ICEBERG Gates in both sides of the pushpt lead to the swim platform. Radar and antennas are camed by a separate rub rail for hull protection. Dull finished Extra care was taken in choosing the lightest possible taak. Perfect joinery and A clear glass for maximum light. Deck prisms have either teak lining or hanging lockers have against other lockers keep stored effects away from freeboards. Mosquito nets for most opaning hatches and 8ound insulation under all foorboards.
Como puerto base este barco se encuentra en Barcelona para realizar una visita se puede concertar por email: firstname.lastname@example.org o por teléfono 0034650048174. Para poder organizar la visita correctamente se recomienda avisarnos como mínimo con un día de antelación.
As a base port this boat is in Barcelona for a visit can be arranged by email: email@example.com or by phone 0034650048174. In order to organize the visit correctly you can notify us a day in advance.
IJPE : 1972.17 sq ft
I : 86.17 ft
J : 24.33 ft
P : 78.08 ft
E : 23.67 ft
Working Sail Area : 1972.00 sq ft
EXTERIOR The Baltic 64 is a sloop-rigged IOR-IMS racer - cruiser. The hull is balsa core fiberglass sandwich construction to the highest specification using fiberglass mat, unidirectional roving and mat-roving combination to develop an extremely rigid yet light and well-insulated structure. All high-stress areas are specially strengthened with built up unidirectional roving oriented in the direction of the stress. Unidirectional roving is a special developed glass-aramid (Kevlar) hybrid to improve impact resistance, strength, stiffness and safety of the structure. Special selected aircraft grade end grain balsa used in sandwich construction for increased strength and weight saving purposes. Taking advantage of modern lightweight construction techniques and fiber technology enables a higher ballast-displacement ratio which gives better performance and seaworthiness for the yacht. It has a three-spreader racing-cruising type mast. The spar is made from aluminum alloy, and is provided with aluminum airfoil spreaders. The yacht is constructed with fin keel type ballast. The external keel is cast to high accuracy in lead with added antimony and through-bolted to the hull. New keel shape developed, based on extensive tank testing and practical tests on one-off racing yachts. Keel performance is optimized. The new keel shape has among others the following advantages in comparison with a conventional fin type keel: - lower centre of gravity, increasing stability without adding ballast weight - shorter cord lengths at top and tip improving laminar flow and lowering drag. - higher lift-drag ratio - maximum lift at small leeway angles INTERIOR Galley Area: Galley provided with four-burner gimballed propane stove with oven. Refrigerator and freezer provided. Formica-covered work top with deep fiddles. Navigation Station: Ample size navigation table with stowage for charts, pencils, etc. Bulkhead space for mounting electronic instruments, radio equipment, radar screen etc. Master electric panel with safety circuit breakers and navigator's light. Main Saloon: The main saloon has a dining area to port with dining table and U-shaped settee. Dining table fixed and hand-rubbed varnished teak. All visible wood surfaces to be teak-faced. Bookshelves and storage space provided. A bar with L-shaped settee provided to starboard. Guest Cabins: Two guest cabins with full privacy provided with toilet and shower, hanging locker and storage space. Both guest cabins have a king size double berth, leeboard canvas and mattresses. Owner's Cabin: One king size berth, table with storage drawers under on each side. Toilet with separate shower cabin. Two big hanging lockers, settee and madam's dressing table with chair.
Baltic 64 Optional Equipment Hull - Hull color nonstandard, Awlgrip - Swim platform in transom including ladder and pushpit with two gates - Name and hailing port on transom - Keel - centerboard configuration - Shallow draft wing keel, 2.5 m, 8.25 ft. Deck - Deck color nonstandard, gelcoat - Teak deck (incl. aft and center cockpit coamings) - Teak only in cockpit (incl. coamings aft and center) - Deck prism - Pulpit with opening - Gate in lifeline - Sprayhood for companionway - Anchor windlass, Lofrans Albatross 1500 watt - 45 kg CQR anchor and 50 m hot galvanized chain - Switch in cockpit for windlass - Swim ladder on transom - Cockpit table, aft - Cockpit table, center - Cockpit cushions with closed cell filling Winch Upgrading - Primary - secondary winches H-linked with shaft and clutches - Secondary winches 2 Lewmar 77 AST electrical - Primary winches 2 Lewmar 88 AST electrical - Primary winches 2 Lewmar 88 AST electrical, pedestal and crosslink arrangement canceled Interior - Leather in main salon settee and nav seat - Curtains for side windows - Mosquito screens for all hatches - Small safe in master cabin Plumbing, Heating, Ventilation - Cabin heater, Eberspacher D12L - Sea water deck wash - Holding tank for toilet - Electric vacuum toilet, Sea Land 848 in lieu of standard toilet - Shower in aft cockpit, warm and cold - Extra water tank, 200 liters (53 US Gallons) - Shore powered refrigeration unit in addition to standard - Oscillating fan - Electrical extractor fan - Water maker Sea Recovery SRC 600 AM, 600 US gal.-24 h - Remote control for SRC 600 AM - Condaria 7501 water born air conditioning system includes 5 blower units Electrical - Extra service battery pack, 24V - 330 AH incl. box - 24V DC outlet - Diesel generator, Westerbeke BTD 15 120V - 50 Hz, 15 kW - Diesel generator, Westerbeke BTD 8 120V - 50 Hz, 8 kW - Wagner autopilot Mast and Rigging - Track for Fredriksen batten car system, Series 200 (excl. sliders) - Roller furling headstay, Reckmann, RS2000 - 40, mechanical - Hydraulic roller furling headstay, Reckmann III R4 (excl. power pack) - Roller reefing mast, Reckmann MRM hydraulic - Hydraulic power pack for reefing, max 2 functions - Hydraulic roller furling cutter stay, Reckmann II R3 (excl. power pack) - Roller reefing boom, carbon fiber by Marten Marine - Lewmar LMS winch for main halyard - Insulated backstay - Elkhide on spinnaker pole - Shroud rollers - Lazyjacks for mainsail Equipment and Miscellaneous - Life raft 6 person in valise, Autoflug or equal - Life raft 8 person in valise, Autoflug or equal - Life raft 10 person in valise, Autoflug or equal - Elkhide on steering wheel - Boat cover - Shipping cradle - Launching and rigging (in Jakobstad, Finland) price for other locations per individual quotation