Scheduled for delivery in 2014, late this Spring Baltic Yachts signed a contract for the beautiful 108ft sailing yacht WinWin, designed by Javier Jaudenes. With a lovely interior by Design Unlimited and the focus on minimal weight, the WinWin superyacht is a hi-tech racer/cruiser, having a displacement of only 82 tonnes.
The modern, powerful lines – typified by the wide transom and in combination with the light-weight construction, will ensure fast, easy sailing for WinWin yacht. A great deal of emphasis will be placed on reducing noise and advanced insulation technologies will ensure that the Baltic 108 WinWin has comfortable noise levels whilst under sail or engine.
One of the Baltic 108 luxury yacht WinWin’s defining features will be the automated glass bulkhead between the deck saloon and cockpit. This bulkhead will drop down discreetly, ensuring an uninterrupted transition between interior and exterior.
The modern yet functional interior with bleached oak panels is being designed by Mark Tucker and his talented team at Design Unlimited. The spacious and airy interior will provide ample room for family and friends to gather on board, whether they are taking part in a regatta or going cruising.
Baltic 108 superyacht WinWin will be built to a high technical level in order to ensure a good performance and a boat that can truly claim to be world class. Among many advanced technical features, the yacht will be equipped with a lifting keel and submarine anchor system.
In the Autumn, construction will start at Baltic Yachts’ facilities in Jakobstad. The hull and deck will be laminated in pre-preg carbon sandwich with foam core.
Main Characteristics (preliminary) of the Baltic 108 superyacht WinWin by Baltic Yachts
Naval Architect: Javier Jaudenes
Interior design: Design Unlimited
Project Management: A2B Maritime Consultants
LOA 33,00 m
LWL 30,68 m
Beam 7,58 m
Draft 5,54/3,74 m
Displacement 82000 kg
Ballast 34000 kg