Baltic Yachts is at the Monaco Yacht Show with its latest supercruiser, Baltic 146 Path. The yard also announced contracts signed for a Baltic 68 Café Racer (featured in the opening picture).
Many visitors are requesting to view Baltic supercruiser Baltic 146 Path, while the shipyard has signed a contract for hull number 2 of the Baltic 68 Café Racer designed by naval architect Javier Jaudenes. Hull number 1, Pink Gin Verde, was delivered earlier this summer from Finland and will take part in the Les Voiles de Saint Tropez in October.
The Café Racer provides easy handling utilising the latest rig and sail technology. It also reduces the carbon footprint, using naturally grown building materials, eco-electric propulsion and a hydro generation system.
Baltic’s engineers and partners have incorporated a brilliant, naturally grown yacht building material in sustainable flax which perfectly complements the advanced composites expertise for which the company is renowned.
Baltic Yachts Executive Vice President, Henry Hawkins, said: “This is a yacht which tackles today’s challenges of sustainability and low carbon targets head on – she’s fun and easy to handle, offering a genuinely rewarding sailing experience”.
(Baltic Yachts, new contracts signed in Monaco – barchemagazine.com – September 2021)