Design Unlimited are working on a number of projects with Baltic Yachts and are pleased to bring you news of two very different designs, currently in build, which will benefit from our extensive experience in both the production and
Well known for their high quality, blue water production sailing yachts, Baltic Yachts have decided once again to venture into this sphere with the exciting 67ft carbon fibre semi-custom cruiser, 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 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 and finishes.
Due for launch in summer 2017, this custom motor yacht, designed by Germán Mani Frers, is for an owner who’s new to Baltic Yachts. In switching from his past ownership of production sailing yachts to a fully custom motor yacht, he wanted a design built by a shipyard with a leading reputation for precision, composite engineering and construction.
The yacht’s interior compliments the owner’s bold and confident style, with bright accent colours in all cabins created using specialist Italian paint finishes. The yacht has been detailed to a high level with every aspect considered - from hidden device docking and charging stations to coloured wardrobe and cupboard interiors, matching a cabin’s accent colour scheme.
This stylish mini-superyacht provides comfortable accommodation for up to seven guests in three en-suite cabins - the master cabin also features a walk-in wardrobe - and there's accommodation for up to three crew in two further cabins, separated by a laundry area, with access to the engine room.
The dynamic and striking main deck saloon features floor to ceiling windows, enhancing the connection to the outside, and the wheelhouse is separated from the saloon by a retractable panel that when retracted, gives a 360 degree view. Large glass doors give direct access to the extensive fore and aft deck spaces.
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