Baltic Yachts has signed a contract to begin building a new 33.83-metre "ultra-lightweight" superyacht with a delivery date during May 2023. The Baltic Custom 111 yacht has been designed by Jarkko Jämsén – also the designer of the 77.25-metre yacht Pi. The team behind the build also include naval architects Botin Partners, engineers from PURE Design and Engineering and A2B Marine Projects working as the owner's rep. Once the construction process starts in April 2020, the team will create what has been described as "one of the most extreme projects Baltic has undertaken".Photo: Tom van OossanenDesigned for fast coastal and offshore sailing, the new yacht will feature an advanced composite structure with a modern and minimalist living platform. The sensitive weight required specific calculations – an area Baltic Yachts excels in – and so, the yacht’s structure will be incorporated into the interior and light materials such as bamboo and rattan will be used. The design has been developed to include a luxury interior with a fully-fitted galley and air conditioning despite the challenging weight targets.Photo: Eva-Stina Kjellman
Baltic Yachts CEO Anders Kurtén, comments: “This stunning new yacht will break new ground in leading-edge technology, a challenge I am confident the entire Baltic family is ready to meet. Winning this contract reflects our almost 50-year pledge to build light, stiff and fast. We can’t wait to get started!”
SuperYacht Times - The State of Yachting 2020
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