Superyacht builder Baltic Yachts announced a new contract for the Baltic 121 Custom.

The yacht’s length is 37.08 meters, its beam is 8.30 meters, and its displacement is 108 tons. It is also equipped with a lifting keel of 4.15 (keel up) and 6.40 (keel down).

Malcolm McKeon creates the design for the outside look and structure, while Adam Lay Studio handles the interior design. Building work has begun, with the first delivery expected in the fall of 2026.
The project aims to design a large family cruiser that excels in water performance. It will focus on secure and dependable systems and utilize established technologies.

Designer Malcolm McKeon comments: This design features an all-carbon structure, a telescopic keel, a fixed bimini, and a generous sail plan, ensuring excellent all-round sailing performance,” says Malcolm McKeon. “The contemporary exterior styling maximizes the use of glass in the superstructure, creating a light and open interior with 360° views from the all-glass deckhouse.”

Adam Lay, the interior designer, says:

“The interior will be a development of our studio’s modern, nature-inspired, textural approach with clean lines and muted wood tones,” says Adam Lay. “Contrasting textural fabrics will form part of the carefully balanced aesthetic with practicality and longevity kept in mind for relaxed family cruising.”

Baltic 121 Custom Sailing Yacht