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New Baltic superyacht signed by GCB Marine

Good news about new contracts are coming from everywhere. In this context, Georges Bourgoignie at GCB Marine has confirmed the signing of a new-build Baltic 32m sailing yacht last month.

Created for an experienced owner, only companies with extensive experience were involved in the project, like Baltic Yachts for the shipyard, German Frers for the naval architecture, exterior styling and interior layout, and Adam Lay for the interior design.

Currently known under the code name B107, this sailing yacht will have a length of 32.64m. Built in carbon composite and created for performance, her exterior design is sleek and aggressive with a low profile raised salon. The interior accommodates eight guests in four cabins: a master, a VIP and two twin cabins. Crew quarters are for five.

B107 is scheduled for a launch in May 2013.

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