Black Pearl Baltic 77
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Sailing yacht Black Pearl is a 23.60m (77' 5") Baltic sailing yacht built in 2008. The Baltic 77 yacht Black Pearl is a lifting-keel performance sloop featuring naval architecture by Bill Tripp of Tripp Design with interior styling by Rhoades Young.
The Black Pearl sail yacht was built with the desire to produce a fast boat using high-grade materials and construction methods, which included infusion-type laminating processes.
Yacht Black Pearl's interior by Rhoades Young is light and airy, thanks to the use of light-coloured wood and fabrics as well as many hatches and portholes providing natural light.
The S/Y Black Pearl is able to accommodate up to 6 guests in 3 cabins including a Master cabin with double bed forward, en-suite bathroom with separate shower, a VIP Guest cabin with double bed forward to port side, en-suite bathroom with separate shower, a Guest cabin with bunk beds aft of the main salon on starboard side, en-suite head with separate shower. There is also a study with desk and couch on the starboard side; this can be used as a single guest cabin as well (for kids only).
The yacht has been designed with the mid and forward section dedicated to the guests, which also keeps them way from traffic noise when moored stern-to.
Black Pearl Specifications
|Beam:||5.60m (18' 4")|
|L.O.A.:||23.60m (77' 5")|
|Max Speed:||12 knots|
|Engines:||MAIN ENGINE: Yanmar 4LHA-|
|Cruise Speed:||10 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Tripp Design, Dick Young Designs, Baltic Yachts|
|Charter Locations:||Sicily, Sardinia, THE MEDITERRANEAN, Italy, Florida, Croatia, Corsica, THE CARIBBEAN, Bahamas, AMERICA, Alaska & British Columbia, THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, Directory|
The crew quarters for 3 crew are located aft with a cabin, crew mess, navigation table, galley and separate companionway to the helm.
The Baltic 77 BLACK PEARL yacht boasts great looks, offers fantastic performance and features a practical lifting keel for getting into those gorgeous secluded bays.
Sailing yacht Black Pearl is able to sleep up to 6 guests in 3 cabins including a Master cabin with double bed forward, en-suite bathroom with separate shower, a VIP Guest cabin with double bed forward to port side, en-suite bathroom with separate shower, a Guest cabin with bunk beds aft of the main salon on starboard side, en-suite head with separate shower. There is also a study with desk and couch on the starboard side; this can be used as a single guest cabin as well (for kids only).
Amenities and Extras
Sailing yacht Black Pearl has a great range of extras including the following Tenders & Toys” Tender: 4.66m Carbon fiber rib with a 30hp Honda outboard, Dive gear for four divers (rendezvous-diving only), Snorkelling gear, Waterski, Wakeboard. Communications include B&G/ VHF/ Inmarsat/ GPS/ Radar/ Autopilot/ Computer with screens in navstation and cockpit. Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities include iPod docking stations in all cabins and office, Metz 26” LCD TV in Saloon, with T & A amplifier, Stereo, DVD player, Sony deck speaker connected to Stereo which plays into forward cockpit.
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