The Baltic 112 Custom or MM341 is a 112ft / 34m sailing superyacht designed by architect Malcolm McKeon, who is the first to partner with Baltic Yachts.
Sailing superyacht Baltic 112 Custom
The yacht is under construction, custom-made for an experienced yachtsman who plans to travel around the world, as well as participate in regattas.
The features of this model are telescopic lifting keel, which allows to reduce draft by 2 meters, that is, draft is 4 m / 13 feet when raised, and 6 meters when the keel is lowered, a high mainsail as part of a powerful sailing rig, and a retractable propeller that will increase speed and maneuverability designed for anyone looking for a balance between stability on the high seas, competitiveness and a high level of performance.
Sailing superyacht Baltic 112 Custom under construction
An important part of the design process was the reduction in weight achieved by the advanced carbon composite construction using foam and honeycomb. Nomex... As a result, the total displacement is only 84 tons.
The width is about 8 meters / 26 feet. Carbon fiber is a key part of the construction process, not only for a lightweight hull, but also for creating a bimini that will provide all-weather protection for those relaxing in the cockpit.
It is known that the interiors will include 1 master stateroom, 1 VIP stateroom, 2 guest cabins, and 3 crew cabins. Adam lay studio are developing the interior design, but the decor details are still in progress.
The premiere of Baltic 112 Custom is expected in spring 2019.
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