Yachtbroker for this vessel is Albert Smit 0031 88-2502501<br><br>The Baltic 37 is a strong and light built yacht, very fast and really perfect sailing.Design C & C Design Group and built by Baltic Yachts. Both companies are reputable and guarantee ships with beautiful lines and details. The yacht was built in 1981 and in the 20 years that the present owner has the ship in his possession he kept the boat with the philosophy of Baltic Yachts in mind. So completely original but constantly upgraded with technology of this time as there is for example the possibility of extensive laptop navigation and AIS even television reception is available. The current owner has her sailed to Sweden, England and France and the ship is equipped for that purpose. The owner stops with sailing which means that the ship is delivered very complete.
The ship is ready to sail, fully documented and comes with a range of spare parts so that originality for long periods can be guaranteed.
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Baltic 37, name Dear Ann, Dimensions: 11.30 x 3.66 x 2.06 m, built in 1981, Baltic Yachts builder, designer C & C design group, roundbilge, lead fin keel, GRP sandwich, teak deck, weight 6100 kg, ballast 2800 kg, steering wheel with leather upholstery and cover, stainless steel pulpit and railing, two anchors, perspex windows in aluminum frame, finishing in teak, 6 beds and two additional, two cabins.
Vertical clearance 20 m sloop rigged, black anodized aluminum mast and extended boom, van Vliet mainsail 27m2 (1997), Van Vliet Genoa 52m2 (2000), Hood High Aspect Vectran 36m2 (1999), Wittevrongel jib (1984), Wittevrongel staysail (1984 ), storm jib North (1981), spinnaker North allround 0.75 with lifting sleeve, North blooper 0.75, Wittevrongel spi light 0.50, 12 Lewmar winches, 55ST genoa winches, spinnaker winches 3 speed, 2 spinnaker poles and a jokey-pole , Rodrigging system Navtec hydraulic backstay tensioner and -boom vang.
Volvo Penta MD 11C, 23 hp, 1981, Walter V-drive, direct cooling, Martec 2-bladed folding propeller 55 cm, shaft 3 cm, stainless steel fuel tank 80 l, engine hours 1200, engine and gearbox overhauled in 2003 at 925 houres
Starter battery Varta 95Ah, 2 x service battery Varta 6V 150Ah, 12V, shore power, battery charger Mastervolt IVO 12 / 25-2, V / A meter and battery monitor Nasa BM1, compass Suntoo D110 at helm, depth sounder Actisense sensor log and windset B & G Hornet 4. The Hornet 4 system has been expanded with a B & G and Simrad IS15 Race repeater Multi-function display, GPS MLR FX312, navigation using a laptop as a base Actisense multiplexer. Required software is included. Through a Actisense converter the Hornet is 4 system on the combiner / multiplexer connected as GPS, depth sensor and AIS receiver, VHF Sailor C4901 DSC, AIS receiver Easy 2nd generation navtex Weather infobox WIB3 incl barografh, Easy antenna splitter VHF radio AIS and DVB-T. (television via integrated USB stick), radio / CD Philips DC777 with shortwave, autopilot Robertson MLD200 with AP20 at helm.
Gas and water:
stainless steel water tank 130l, water pressure, Brydon toilet, refrigerator Isothermal GE80, 3-burner gas stove with oven, heating Webasto Airtop 32.
interior is like new, the teak deck is attached by Baltic Yachts and deserves cosmetic attention but because of the construction used replacement is not necessary, all current technical diagrams and manuals available. Safety equipment: Plastimo 6 pers. liferaft, horseshoe buoy with strobe light rescue, life-sling, fire extinguisher and searchlight. Small inflatable dinghy in bag.