Finnish yard Baltic Yachts has expanded its burgeoning motor yacht line with a new concept called the Baltic 135.
Created in collaboration with British studio Design Unlimited, this 41 metre tri-deck motor yacht would be built to Lloyd’s Registry standards.
Accommodation is for up to ten guests split between five cabins including a main-deck owner’s cabin. Baltic explains that the lower deck can be arranged as four cabins for eight guests or as two large VIPs, restricting the capacity to six guests. Meanwhile, the crew quarters allows for a staff of up to eight people.
On the main deck, the shaded cockpit leads into an open-plan saloon with a separate dining area. Exterior relaxation options include the superyacht sundeck, which would be fitted with entertainment and lounging areas.
Tender storage is provided in the stern, with room for a pair of Jet Skis as well as the main tender. The engine installation and expected performance figures are yet to be disclosed.
The Baltic 135 brings the total number of Baltic motor yacht designs in the range to three. The first Baltic motor yacht, the 23.77 metre Bill and Me is due to launch this summer, the yard adds.
Professor Hans Georg Näder, owner of Baltic Yachts, explains that the inspiration for this range came from the yard’s 2016 refit of the classic 24.7 metre motor yacht Sunny Day.
"We are leaders, not followers,” he said. “The Baltic Yachts name conveys quality, prestige and performance, and Baltic Motor Yachts extends this experience and reputation into a new area of yachting."