The 44.6-metre super sailing yacht Path has been delivered by her builders Baltic Yachts, following successful sea trials off of Jakobstad, Finland, where she was constructed. Path is a Baltic 146 sailing yacht and has been completed in a dramatic grey and orange colour scheme, with an orange spinnaker billowing during her recent sea trials. Path is the third largest yacht from the Finnish shipyard and has been constructed for an experienced sailor who was heavily involved in the design of the vessel.The management of the project was a collaborative effort between Sebastian Allebrodt of A2B Marine Projects and the in-house team at Baltic Yachts. “The build benefitted from excellent teamwork between Baltic and the owner’s representative which contributed to this complex yacht being launched and delivered ahead of time,” commented Executive Vice President of the shipyard Henry Hawkins.The yacht's naval architecture has been completed by Judel / Vrolijk, who have designed the yacht to be easy to handle and to be a good cruiser and racing vessel. Path has a lifting keel, reducing the draft from 5.9-metres to 3.4-metres, similar to other Baltic vessels of her size.Internally, her standout features include a long deck saloon and main cockpit combination, with a platform for protected al fresco dining underway or when anchored. She carries a large number of solar panels for cleaning emissions. Path can accommodate as many as eight guests between four staterooms, with four additional cabins for her eight crew.
Path carries two tenders, a 8 horsepower Torqeedo outboard-powered Rib stored at the stern and a 6.5-metre RibEye stored in the foredeck recess, which converts into a swimming pool when the vessel is at anchor.