The Baltic 65 is building on the great success of previous Custom Baltic 60 and 61 footers designed by Judel/Vrolijk.
Compared to the the 60 and 61 the 65 has an extended hull shape with slightly fuller stern sections. The main reason for the fuller aft sections is to create more power downwind without having to sacrifice much upwind performance. Together with Rolf Vrolijk we have run a number of VPP studies on various Length/Beam-, Displ/Length- plus SailArea/Displ ratios in order to optimize the design as much as possible. Priority was to create optimum sailing characteristics while producing a comfortable cruising yacht. As we all know these things are in conflict with each other. Performance asks for a construction that is as light as possible while cruising comfort and interior add weight. The compromise between racing performance and cruising comfort has been minimized by using high technology and lightweight materials in both the structure and in the production of the interior and equipment. Furthermore she has a lifting keel to give deep draft racing performance while also giving her access to shallow harbors with the keel lifted The lifting keel concept normally intrudes and interferes with the interior layout and limits the cabin arrangements and layout possibilities. But the 65 has a telescopic lifting keel that is located completely outside and does not influence the interior.
The 65 has proven herself both on the race course and cruising. She is in perfect condition and offers a true "turn key" yacht...please contact us for further information...
Number of single berths: 3
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 4
Forepeak/crew cabin with berth, toilet and locker, entry from deck hatch; next aft separated by watertight bulkhead is the master cabin with centerline queen size berth, hanging lockers port and starboard, en-suite stall shower and head; next aft to starboard is a guest cabin with upper and lower berths, hanging locker and en-suite head with shower; next aft to starboard is the galley; opposite to port is a VIP guest gabin with a large double berth, hanging locker, lockers outboard above berth, shelf which becomes additional full size single bed and en-suite head with shower; between the VIP cabin and galley is the engine room; next aft is the salon with sofa and dining table to port, a settee and the nav station to
Wind speed and direction
Fully battened mainsail
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Fresh water maker
Sea water pump
Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water
Kenyon “pop up” electric stove
AEG Microwave combined with induction oven
2 Freezers, 1 with refrigerator
Teak covers for galley equipment when not in use
B&G Hydra sailing instruments including (1) GFD in nav station,( 1) GFD in owner cabin, (1) GFD’s in cockpit, (2) 10x10 displays in cockip, (4) 30x30 displays at mast, (1) AWA magnified analogue in cockpit
B&G autopilot including GFP. H3000 ACP2+T3 Ram
Furuno Navnet black box at nav station, Furuno Navnet 8,4” MFD8 at steering pedestal
Furuno GPS Antenna GP-320B
Furuno Radar DRS4D
Furuno AIS FA-30
Furuno VHF FM-2721
Sailor FB150 Broadband, antenna on aft pushpit center
B&G WTP2, with switch between Hydra/WTP2
Garmin GPS 5mhz antenna on bowsprit
Apple Mini PC
Flat Screen AGNeovo X-W22
Carbon/epoxy laminates over Core-Cell foam, vacuum laminated and post cured in both hull and deck; built to ABS standards, the 1994 guide for Offshore Ocean Racing yachts and the European Union Directives 94/25/EC.
Hull and deck painted with AWL-Grip
Bottom prepared with epoxy primer and anti fouling paint, sprayed racing finish
Non skid deck surfaces
Painted bulwark instead of toerails
All bulkheads carbon/glass/epoxy produced with Baltic’s “Vacuum-press” table to achieve maximum strength and minimum weight. Bulkheads covered in teak, varnished and hand rubbed.
Composite chainplates incorporated in bulkhead and hull layup.
Stainless steel fin with lead bulb telescoping keel
Carbon rudder with JP3 self aligning bearings
Transom door/swim platform in transom; dinghy storage inside
Composite flush deck hatches
Hardened glass cabin windows
Cockpit table for center cockpit (hudraulically operated)
Recessed anchor locker with Lewmar 3000 electric windlass, gypsy and drum, for chain and rope. Anchor launching arrangement with custom made telescopic pivoting carbon fibre anchor arm.
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.
Baltic 65 used boats for sale.
|LOA:||20.01 m/66 ft|
|Length:||20.01 m/66 ft|
|Width:||4.95 m/16 ft|
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