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Baltic 142 foiling superyacht Canova launched

The 43.3 metre Baltic 142 CustomCanova has hit the water for the first time at the Jakobstad-based yard.

The launch of the sailing superyacht comes after Baltic Yachts launched the Baltic 112 custom sailing yacht Liara last week.

Canova, a sloop-rigged performance cruising yacht, is due for delivery later this year. She features naval architecture and exterior styling by Farr Yacht Design while Lucio Micheletti is collaborating with the in-house team at Baltic Yachts on the interior styling. The build was project managed by Mattia Belleri of Fluidsailing.

Canova features an innovative use of sailing technology, specifically its dynamic stability system. Developed in collaboration with Gordon Kay from Infiniti Performance Yachts, the system employs a sliding foil that can extend up to nine metres. This feature has featured on smaller yachts, but this is the first time it will be employed on a large sailing superyacht.

The foil has been designed to be deployed when the yacht is sailing at speed. The estimated result is a top speed increase of 5-20%, depending on the conditions. The foil runs directly beneath the owner's cabin amidships.

Gordon Kay of Infiniti Yachts said, “Having installed DSS in dozens of yachts we can confidently say we have reached another level with the impeccable installation of the foil case in the Baltic 142 Canova”.

Vice president at Farr Yacht Design Britton Ward added: "The predicted performance numbers are remarkable with the boat able to comfortably achieve boat speeds equal to wind speed in moderate to strong conditions".

A squaretop mainsail and Rondal mast and rigging further add to the Baltic 142 Custom’s high-performance credentials.

The yard revealed new details about the yacht's innovative foil technology

Accommodation will be for up to eight guests split across four cabins including an amidships owner’s suite. A long Bimini hardtop will extend out from the coachroof over the cockpit, providing a shaded al fresco relaxation spot and powered windows that lower at the touch of a button will provide further shelter in this area.

Other key features include a diesel electric Visedo/Cummins propulsion system, nine metre beam and a lifting keel that can reduce the draught from 6.5 metres to 3.8 metres.

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