The new Project B107, a 32m Baltic 105 Custom yacht is a performance carbon composite sailing yacht. The yacht features Naval Architecture and Design by German Frers, with Interior Design by Adam Lay and Project management by Nigel Ingram of MCM Newport.
The New Baltic 105 Custom sailing yacht, a 32m superyacht Project to be built under the hull name ‘B107’ was signed with Baltic Yachts in June 2011 after many months of consideration and work between an experienced yacht owner and Georges Bourgoignie of GCB Marine as well as Captain/Build Manager, Mark von Drashek.
The experienced owner already had 2 sailing yachts designed by German Frers/ Frers Design, built in Finland, and chose the luxury yacht designer to again provide the Naval Architecture and Design which boasts a sleek, aggressive performance design with a low profile raised saloon and graceful sheerline.
Considerations leading to the choice of Baltic Yachts involved many categories but in a nutshell ultimately quality and value were the guiding factors.
The interior accommodations layout designed by German Frers will be optimized and perfected by Adam Lay of Adam Lay Design. Accommodation for eight guests in four double cabins include 2 generous owner’s cabins forward and 2 sailing guest cabins aft of the saloon each with ensuite facilities. The crew are accommodated aft in 3 cabins and a large working galley.
Team behind the New Baltic 105 Custom sailing yacht – 32m Superyacht Project B107 is comprised of some of the best in the industry with an impressive depth of experience:
■Naval Architecture and Design | German Frers / Frers Design
■Interior Design | Adam Lay / Adam Lay Studio
■Project Management | Nigel Ingram/ MCM
■Captain/Build Manager | Mark von Drashek
■Baltic Yachts | Kenneth Nyfelt/ Sales director
Baltic 105 Custom superyacht B107 is expected to be launched in May and delivered in July of 2013. The experienced owner is planning to enjoy the yacht with family and friends and also offer the yacht for limited luxury yacht charters.
Main Specifications of the New Baltic 105 Custom Sailing Yacht Project B107 designed by German Frers
LOA: 32,12 m
DWL: 28,640 m
Beam: 7,250 m
Draft: 5,4/3,4 m
Displacement: 83500 kg
Ballast: 27000 kg
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