Baltic 37 

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Baltic 37 (1979) - € 69.500,-

This Baltic 37 is very well maintained and has always been inside during the winter. Sails are like new, teak deck is largely glued, not screwed, the  hull is some years ago by the yard stripped bare and with 7 layers of gel-shield protected, the hull is put in the DD-lacquer of the IJssel and the anti-fouling is renewed in 2022. The interior still looks excellent with hardly any traces of use.

The Baltic has a comfortable interior, where a family can have a comfortable stay, but also a larger racing crew can find enough (sleeping) space below decks. It is a proven good sailor and can compete well in offshore races. 

The layout is with a double berth in the front cabin and then further to the rear the main cabin with behind the banks two additional berths, the navigation corner with behind it the toilet. On the other side, the spacious galley and access to the aft cabin. 

The Baltic 37 was developed in 1978 and yacht number one was delivered from the yard in September 1978. The architect was Rob W. Ball, C & C Design Canada with deck and interior design by Baltic's own people. The design was aimed at general all-round sailing, intended to be easy to handle, seaworthy in all weather conditions and with performance for racing.

Recent renovations:

- Sails

- Toilet

- Hull professionally painted

General

Length: 11.28 m

Width: 3.66 m

Draught: 203 cm

Hull Shape: Round bilge
Hull colour: White
Deck and superstructure colour: White
Hull, deck and superstructure material: polyester
Cockpit: aft cockpit

Air draught normal: 18 m
Draught: 203 cm
Waterline length: 831 cm
Displacement: 6 ton
Ballast: 3 tons
Steering: Steering wheel, transmission rods
Rudder: Single
Keel/Leeboard: Fixed keel


Accommodation
Headroom: 195 cm
Cabins: 2
Berths: Fixed: 4 extra: 4
Interior type: Classic, warm
Upholstery: Alcantara
Upholstery colour: White/beige
Mattresses
Cushions
Curtains
Water tank & equipment: 160 litre
Water tank gauge
Water system: pressure system
Toilets: 1 Manual
Radio/CD player:
Cooking device & fuel: 3 burner(s) Gas
Oven
Fridge: Electric


Engine and electrics
Brand: Volkswagen (passat 1600, marinized)
Year built: 1979
Number of cylinders: 4
Hour counter
Engine hours: 2.400
Fuel: Diesel
Clutch
Transmission: Propeller shaft
Propulsion: Adjustable propeller
Cooling: Indirect
Fuel tank number: 1
Total fuel tank capacity: 80 litres
Fuel tank gauge

Tachometer
Oil pressure gauge
Temperature gauge
Batteries: minimum 2
Battery charger
Alternator
Battery monitor
Inverter
Voltmeter
Shore power
Shore power cable
Voltage: 12V


Navigation and electronics
Compass
Log/ speed
Depth gauge
Wind gauge
Navigation lights
Autopilot
GPS
Chartplotter
VHF


Rig
Type of rigging: Masthead
Number of masts: 1
Mast material: Aluminium
Rigging: Rod rigging
Mainsail
Genoa
Jib
Headsail furling system
Spinnaker
Gennaker
Manual winches: 12, self-tailing


Equipment outside
Anchors & Equipment
1 x
Anchor fixation: Chain
Anchor winch: Electric
Sprayhood
Sea rail
Sermon and stern seat(s)
Swimming ladder
Teak deck: renewed by Baltic yard
Fenders, lines
Cockpit table


Safety
Life raft
Bilge pump: manual Electric
Radar reflector
Lifejackets
Gasbun with draining
Selfdraining cockpit