December 8, 2017
Exceptional Judel/Vroljik and built by Baltic Yachts in 2009 of carbon composite. She has a carbon spar, twin wheels, drop keel and plenty of acceleration…
Her owner’s second Baltic, the design brief was to provide an exciting sailing yacht that, with reduced draft, could cruise extensively in the Mediterranean, yet which was also a capable mile muncher for ocean crossings. Key to the design was the ability for the owner and his family to sail the yacht without crew onboard. In addition, she had to have a light and airy interior with room for the whole family.
The yacht delivers on the brief. Just a few of her unique features are –
• Robust hydraulic lift keel.
• Toughened glass panels and opening hatches in the main saloon deckhead.
• Large ports in the hull sides in the main saloon and the owners’ stateroom.
• Large dinghy garage with separated compartments for chargers, watermaker filters, dive bottles and much more.
• Anchoring arrangement that is gas strut assisted and which really works.
• Many custom touches on the interior from chart and coffee machine storage, to a detachable tool and spares cabinet in the Captain’s cabin.
LAETITIA has been skipper maintained from launch and is a big budget yacht. Recently her spars have been repainted and her standing rigging replaced. She has a constant programme of maintenance and upgrade.
We visited her in Imperia on a cold November day – this is how she looked –
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