Last week the German Frers designed, Baltic 107 Inukshuk was launched at the waterfront facilities of Baltic Yachts in Jakobstad. The 32.6m yacht is a lightweight, high performance sloop and its prime purpose is fast, efficient and comfortable cruising.

With a total displacement of 78232kg (light craft), of which 31612kg is ballast, the Baltic 107 Inukshuk has an impressive power to weight ratio. The telescopic keel enables draft to vary from 3.35m to 4.85m without interfering with the interior layout. The carbon rig is supported by carbon fibre rigging, just one example of the high performance aspirations of this yacht.

The interior styling was done by Adam Lay and he has designed a very modern, elegant interior using oak as the primary wood. Baltic 107 Inukshuk’s interior has an owner-forward, crew-aft layout with a generous VIP cabin just forward of the mast. This sits adjacent to an owner’s study which leads to the generous en-suite owner’s cabin in the bow. A spacious raised saloon, two guest cabins and a dedicated children’s cabin complete the guest arrangement. The commercial standard galley, twin-crew cabins and head make up the crew accommodation.

Light-weight construction techniques and unique surface finishes have seen Baltic Yachts’ joinery department rise to the challenge, and will ensure the Baltic 107 Inukshuk’s interior is like no other in the sailing world.

Testing and sea trials will be performed in Jakobstad during the summer and Baltic 107 Inukshuk will make its world premier at the Monaco Yacht Show later this year in September.

To get photos or more information please contact:
Elisabet Holm / Marketing and PR Coordinator / phone +358-6-7819214 / elisabet.holm@balticyachts.fi

Launch Pictures of “Inukshuk”

Photo Credit: Baltic Yachts | Coll’s Design Studio

Yacht Data of “Inukshuk”

L.O.A.32,64 m
D.W.L.29,16 m
Beam7,43 m
Draft3.35/4.85 m
Displacement78,232 kg light craft
Ballast31,612 kg
ConstructionCarbon Composite
Naval ArchitektFrers Naval Architecture & Engineering
Interior StylingAdam Lay
Project ManagementNigel Ingram, MCM
Yacht ManagerMark von Drashek
Number of Cabins1 owner, 4 guest, 2 crew
Delivery Year2013

 

Credit: Carlos Coll | Baltic Yachts

 

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