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Baltic 51
(15,54 m) - 1980

Layout :

  • Length : 15,54 m (50' 11")
  • Beam: 4.66m (15'3")
  • Draft: 2.74m (8'11")
  • Headroom: 2,15m (7')
  • Light displacement: 15.6 T (34392 lb)
  • Material: Fiberglass / Sandwich
  • Rigging: Sloop
  • Engine: YANMAR 77HP

Tax paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia


Price : 20,17 M XPF / 169 000 €

Distinguished, comfortable and performant yacht. Rugged and safe.


Interior fittings :

Sleeps: 10

  • Large owner cabin aft with desk , wardrobe and heads (with his own companion way from helm station)
  • 2 double cabin aft with bunk beds in passage way
  • Chart table on starboard
  • Large saloon with bookcase and 2 single berths
  • Heads on starbord (behind the chart table)
  • Galley on port
  • Cabin fore with double bed removable into 2 single berths
  • Inside teak

Listing :

Building

Polyester sailing yacht Baltic 51 type, built in 1980 by Baltic Yachts shipyard and designed by Cuthbertson & Cassian
She is the number 6 of the 26 units.
Current owner purchased her in 2009 and sailed with between French Polynesia and Antarctica. He sells her to buy a bigger one.

Engine

YANMAR 4JH-DTE, 77 HP, 5300H
Diesel tank: 600L in 4 Ss tanks (158.50 US gal)
JPROP 21 propeller (2016)
Rope cutter
Propeller shaft remade in 2016
New cutlass bearings
Engine completely remade in 2016

Sloop rigging

ALL PURPOSE TRILAM mainsail - 56m2 (2015)
RADIAN triradial NORTHSAIL genoa - 70 m² (2016)
RADIAN triradial NORTHSAIL staysail - 17 m² (2016)
ALL PURPOSE TRILAM staysail - 30 m² (2015)
Triradial asymmetric spinnaker with sock - 150 m²

Standing rigging 2015
NAVTEC back stay and hydrolic vang with control (original)
HARKEN system B mast rail (2013)
12 mm DYNEEMA mainsail and genoa halyards
10 mm DYNEEMA staysail halyard (2015)
10 mm and 8 mm high and low running backstay
SCHAFFER 3100 furler (2010)

Winches:
2 x LEWMAR ST65 electrics
2 x LEWMAR ST30 (mainsail rail)
2 x LEWMAR ST42 (mainsail)
2 x LEWMAR (coffee grinder)
1 x LEWMAR ST54 (staysail)
1 x LEWMAR ST42 (reef)
1 x LEWMAR ST54 (mainsail halyard)
2 x LEWMAR 55 (genoa halyard)
2 x LEWMAR 48 (spinnaker halyard)

Ground tackle

2000W LEWMAR V5 electric windlass (2016)
Main anchorage: 35 kg SPADE anchor (2014) + 100m of 10mm chain (2015)
Secondary anchorage: 35 kg FOB anchor + 20m of 11mm chain + 120m ropes
Ropes: 800m of 16mm and 22mm

Comfort

Fresh water tank : 2 x 200L, 400L in total (105.66 US gal)
150L/hour ECH-TECH-WATER watermaker (on engine)
Ss double sink
CORIAN galley working surface 2015
FORCE 10 3-burners stove + oven + grill (gas, 2015)
150L fridge (2015)
40L deeep freezer (2015)
WEBASTO 3500 heater (2011)
25L Ss hot water tank
Cockpit shower
Radio CD player + 4 waterproof speakers
220V vaccum

Electrics

Houses batteries (gel) VICTRON: 4 x 220A (2015)
Engine battery (gel) VICTRON: 220A (2012)
Inverter: 12V/220V - 2500W (2017) + 1200W
AIR BREEZE windturbine (2012)
Solar pannels: 4 x 100 W (supple on bimini) 2017
Hydrogenerator: WATT and SEA 600W (2016)

Electronics

RAYMARINE EVO 400 autopilot with gyro-compass and LECOMBLE AND SCHMITT cylinder (2015)
SEATEC AIS receiver
ICOM MC304 VHF
MX 100 GPS at chart table
HP computer + world charts and GPS antenna at chart table
Electrics pannel
NAUDET barometer at chart table

Dinghy

ACHILLE 9' dinghy (2016)
YAMAHA 9.9HP outboard

Safety

BOMBARD life raft 10 peoples (2014)
PLASTIMO 8 inflatable life jackets + line (2014)
2 automatics life jackets
Full offshore gear

Miscellaneous

Black SUMBRELLA aft and fore spray hood (2015)
NORTHSAIL mainsail cover (2016)
Black bimini (2017)
Winch and steering wheel covers (2017)
Tools
Many spare parts

Main strength

Excellent offshore yacht with no compromise having been made between offshore cruising and performance
Double cocpkit
Large interior volume
Major refit : galley, varnish, deck teak removed, rigging, sails, electronics, water system)

Last modified : 02/01/2018



ATTENTION

The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.



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