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Hull No.2 of the Baltic Yachts 67 semi-series

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelBaltic Yachts 67 PC
DesignerJudel/Vrolijk & Co / Design Unlimited
Boat NameLurigna
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Tax/VAT StatusTax not paid
LyingTuscany, Italy


LOA20.52m (67'0")
LWL19.15m (62'0")
Beam5.45m (17'0")
Draft3.3m (10'0")
Hull ConstructionCarbon epoxy sandwich
EngineVolvo Penta D3 150, 150hp
Keel TypeFin Keel

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    Hull No.2 of the highly acclaimed Judel/Vrolijk and Design Unlimited Baltic Semi-Series performance cruiser. Fully equipped for offshore cruising or racing, and engineered like no other, LURIGNA is the true ‘one boat does all’ for those seeking the very best.


    LURIGNA is hull No.2 of the Judel/Vrolijk & Co. / Design Unlimited designed Baltic Yachts 67 Performance Cruiser semi-series with 3 hulls now launched. Commissioned for a hugely experienced Baltic Yachts owner to replace his much-loved Baltic 56, LURIGNA was fitted out to perform well in both offshore racing and long-distance family cruising. Following her launch in 2019, she sailed directly to the UK to compete in the Fastnet Race and has subsequently taken part in various Mediterranean regattas. Specifically designed to be ‘owner-run’ without a full-time professional crew, and without the need to convert her from ‘cruiser’ to ‘racer’ mode to be competitive, LURIGNA is an ideal option for those who want to enjoy fast cruising and fun racing with friends. She is a true ‘one boat does all’ solution.

    Fully fitted out with every domestic comfort and finished with a stunning teak interior joinery yet constructed in ultra-light and high-tech carbon epoxy sprint laminates to create a strong, light and stiff structure, LURIGNA is the epitome of a Baltic Yacht. Her shallow draft 3.30m torpedo keel also offers far more practicality for cruising than most of her peers.

    LURIGNA boasts many specification highlights including:-
    • Vacuum-infused carbon composite hull, deck and superstructure construction
    • Teak laid side decks
    • White painted topsides
    • Shallow draft 3.30m torpedo lead keel with Weldox stainless steel fin
    • Single carbon fibre rudder blade
    • Tender garage
    • 7 berths in 4-cabins, plus three heads
    • Owner’s cabin forward with offset double berth
    • Teak interior joinery with composite foam cored construction
    • Volvo D3-150 150hp engine with ZF gearbox, shaft drive and Brunton 4-bladed folding propeller
    • Sleipner Sidepower retractable bowthruster
    • Beckhoff digital systems monitoring and switching system
    • 24vDC electric systems
    • Mastervolt Li-ion battery system with 30kwh capacity
    • Mastervolt inverter/chargers with 8kw output
    • Fischer Panda 8kw generator
    • Spectra 120lph 24vDC watermaker
    • B&G H5000 sailing instruments with Zeus MFD’s and Broadband 4G radar scanner
    • Onboard WiFi
    • Frigomar DC inverter air-conditioning system
    • Eberspacher diesel fired cabin heating
    • Miele domestic appliances with dual fuel hob
    • Frigonautica fridges and freezer
    • Dishwasher
    • Tecma electric fresh water flush heads
    • Entertainment system integrated to B&G MFDs
    • Hall Spars carbon fibre rig with Park Avenue style boom
    • Nitronic rod standing rigging
    • Bamar sub-deck genoa furler with carbon foil
    • Removable inner forestay with furler
    • Gennaker
    • Harken Switchtrack system for mainsail
    • Hydraulic system for job car travellers, inner forestay tension, outhaul, Bbom vang, backstay and jib halyard tension
    • Harken powered winch package
    • Millenium Sails ARXE sail wardrobe
    • Besenzoni hydraulic retractable gangway
    • Sanguinetti retractable mooring winch

    Now offered for sale to make way for new projects, LURIGNA is the only new-generation Baltic of her type and size to find the market and represents a fantastic opportunity to side-step the lead time on a new build and make a significant saving over the cost of a new-build project. Priced exclusive of EU VAT, LURIGNA is also an ideal option for international buyers.


    A fast, easy to handle cruising yacht benefitting from the highest quality carbon fibre construction, half a century of seamanlike design experience and the opportunity for owners to customise layout.

    This performance bluewater cruiser is designed to meet the demands of owners looking for a fast, easy to sail, good looking, long distance cruising yacht displaying seamanlike design throughout and benefitting from the carbon fibre engineering and building skills perfected by Baltic Yachts over 50 years.

    By using sandwich construction with carbon Epoxy Sprint to produce a strong, light structure the Baltic 67 Performance Cruiser will not only ensure comfortable cruising, but also sail fast in the light to moderate downwind conditions prevailing in typical ocean crossings. For anyone contemplating comfortable, speedy ocean sailing this yacht provides you with a genuine performance edge.

    Those who wish take part in competitive events will find this yacht extremely effective without having to convert to race mode.

    By using a uniform design for the hull, build time can be significantly reduced and still provides the clients with a chance to personalise the yacht’s interior to suit their needs and taste.

    With her relatively light displacement, easily-driven hull and low rig loads, the Baltic 67PC will be a safe and easy yacht to handle for a short-handed crew.

    Baltic Yachts has built more than 560 yachts of all types over 50 years accumulating unmatched experience in carbon engineering and construction. The use of carbon fibre and lightweight foam cores has proven advantages in terms of weight, insulation and maintenance.

    Easily driven, but with plenty of stability with her beam running well aft, this yacht will be finger-light on the helm in all conditions.

    With hull shape and bulkhead positions fixed for economy and speed of build, the Baltic 67 Performance Cruiser offers several accommodation layouts and deck options.

    The owner of the second 67PC took advantage of the numerous options available based on the same hull. A closed transom, fixed keel and alternative cockpit and accommodation lay-outs were among the differences to hull number one. While her cruising pedigree is very much in evidence, this yacht is also optimised for offshore racing.

    Essentially, she is set up for ease of handling for a short-handed crew. Another change from the first yacht is access to the equipment room, which is via the portside galley.



    RCD Status:
    • The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A — "Ocean". All material ISO approved.

    Hull Construction:
    • The builder supplied a detailed weight study which also should be kept updated during the entire project, including LCG and VCG positions. The yacht has been weight periodically throughout the project and report the numbers to the client and the architect.
    • The hull is reinforced with floors and longitudinal girders in way of the bottom and with stringers in way of the sides.
    • The high-stress areas, such as the ones surrounding the telescopic keel, lower rudder bearing, opening transom crash bow, anchor arm, bobstay, and other stressed areas are reinforced with unidirectional fibres and dedicated structures.
    • Hull internal structures and bulkheads has been provided with limber holes flush to hull, allowing all water to drain to the dedicated sumps. Limber have been arranged where needed in order to provide drainage. The holes have been finished so that the foam core and bulkhead edges are not exposed.
    • The hull and deck are built to ISO 12215.
    • All bulkheads have a sandwich construction with skins made of unidirectional, woven and biaxial carbon epoxy Sprint skins in the base laminate on vacuum tables with Corecell or honeycomb sandwich core.
    • Forepeak collision bulkhead forward of Owner cabin and lazzarette bulkhead are watertight bulkheads.
    • Solid carbon fibre plates bonded on bulkhead skins supporting a composite tube as per yard standards.
    • All the chain plates reinforcement structures built in composite materials incorporated into the hull shell. Other metallic components for the shrouds construction, bushings and easily removable pins built in stainless steel, AISI316 or 17/4 PH as necessary.
    • V1 chain plates to be grounded. A running backstay system included, with fittings as far outboard as possible.
    • Mast builder’s mast step bolted to reinforced floors and stringers, specified by composite engineers. Mast step to be adjustable fore and aft.
    • Bow sprit integrated in the hull and painted same colour.

    Deck & Superstructure Construction
    • Deck is built in a female mould curing temperatures of 85-90 C.
    • The deck constructed using Composite construction
    • Main reinforcements in laminates are unidirectional and multi-axial Carbon combinations. Deck construction post-cured
    • A teak deck provided for the side decks and cockpit. Width of planking 60mm, with a 4mm caulking. Margin planks surrounding the teak deck to be 70mm. Traditional king plank 120 mm wide on centre line. Thickness to be approximately 8 mm final sanded. Black caulking colour.

    Keel & Rudder:
    • The standard fixed keel to a torpedo-type, draft 3,30 m.
    • The fin is a fabricated structure made of Weldox 900. fin surface will then receive a standard epoxy fairing and painting process.
    • The lead bulb is a single casting and 3% antimony-lead. One load bearing steel structure incorporated into the lead casting.


    Engine & gearbox:
    • Volvo Penta D3-150, 2.4 litres, 4 stroke, 5 cylinder, common rail fuel injection system, diesel engine producing 150hp @ 3,000 RPM.
    • ZF/HS63IV marine reverse reduction transmission, with ZF/HS63IV hydraulically actuated multi-disc clutch, and 2,48:1 gear ratio, 12° down angle and electric gear actuators.
    • Parker Racor MAXM75/500 dual filter system with 10 micron pre filtering and water in fuel alarm.
    • Engine room ventilation system.

    Service & Maintenance:
    • Engine hours – tbc
    • Date of last engine service – 2024

    Propulsion & Steering:
    • Foldable 4-bladed Bruntons Varifold ø25”x 17” propeller.
    • Shaft is made of corrosion resistant steel AISI 329 and supported with rubber cutlass bearing at the P-bracket and stern tube. The stern tube and shaft is sealed with a pack less shaft seal, (PSS).
    • Balanced spade rudder moulded from Carbon and filled with PVC-foam with rudderstock made of high strength, Carbon - Epoxy construction using "Autoclave" manufacturing system.
    • JP3 self-aligning rudder bearings.
    • Sleipner Sidepower 24vDC retractable bow thruster

    Hydraulic power pack:
    • 24vDC hydraulic power pack for head stay tensioner, jib car traveler x 2, inner forestay tensioner, main outhau, boom vang, backstay cylinders x 2.
    • Besenzoni dedicated hydraulic power pack for gangway.


    Voltage Systems:
    • 24vDC primary domestic system with 12vDC starting circuit and 220v AC via shorepower, generator or inverter.

    Monitoring Systems:
    • Beckhoff CX5120 High performance Monitoring and control embedded PC.
    • Monitoring computer connected to a touch screen located at the chart table. The communication between these components is done via Modbus TCP/IP network with the PC acting as the Modbus master.
    • Monitoring: Wastewater system, Fresh water system, Fuel system.
    • Monitoring and control: Bilge system, Hydraulic system, Electrical system, Ventilation system.

    Battery Banks:
    • 6x Mastervolt Li-ion 24/5000 batteries, with a total power of 30kWh.
    • 2x Optima yellow top 12V for engine and generator start.

    Charging / Inverter:
    • 3x Mastervolt Mass 24/100 chargers, total charge capacity 300A@28VDC
    • 2x Mastervolt Mass Sine Ultra 24/4000 inverters, total inverter capacity 8kW@220vAC
    • 2x Mastervolt Mass GI 7.0 Isolation transformer

    • Marine Fischer Panda 10000 iSeries Nominal output 0-8,0 kW 10kva continuous output variable speed.
    • Generator hours – tbc

    • 12vDC engine mounted alternator
    • 24vDC engine mounted alternator

    Other Electrical:
    • Shore power system with ring main and 220vAC sockets
    • 12vDC USB charging sockets
    • Galvanic isolation.


    Fresh Water:
    • Water pressure system with two Johnson Aqua Jet Duo type 24vDC
    • The hot freshwater circuit is led into a well insulated 80 litres hot water tank, heated by engine or 220v AC immersion heater element.

    • Spectra 120 L/h. 24 Volt reverse osmosis watermaker

    Bilge Pumps:
    • 24vDC bilge pumps located forepeak, saloon, engine room and lazarette.
    • Manual Whale bilge pump

    Other Plumbing:
    • Sea water pump.

    Black & Grey Water:
    • Black water discharged to holding tank
    • Grey water discharged to sea
    • Waste pump transfer CEM SBR 24VDC, control from monitoring screen (overboard discharge).


    • 900 litres fuel capacity in stainless steel custom Baltic tanks with inspection covers.
    • All tanks are equipped with ventilation pipes and are provided with fuel/air separators model Parker Racor LG100.

    Fresh Water:
    • 1,000 litres fresh water capacity in stainless steel custom Baltic tanks with inspection covers in two separate tanks.
    • 2x Johnson pumps for autoclave

    Holding Tanks:
    • Black water tank – approx. 300 litres servicing forward and aft heads with discharge via electric pump or deck inspection discharge.


    In Cockpit:
    • B&G H5000 series sailing instruments
    • 2x B&G Zeus2 MFDs, one 16” per helm
    • B&G Broadband 4G –radar antenna in mast
    • B&G ZG100 GPS receiver
    • B&G Precision-9 compass
    • B&G H5000 Hydra CPU
    • B&G Triducer (depth, speed, temperature)
    • B&G VMHU 810mm
    • 4 x B&G H5000 Graphic Displays
    • 4 x B&G 30/30 on mast
    • B&G H5000 Autopilot Computer with Type 3 ram

    At Chart Table:
    • B&G Zeus2 MFDs 12“at nav. station

    Other Equipment
    • B&G Vulcan 7 display at owner’s cabin

    Communications Equipment:
    • B&G V90 VHF with class D DSC
    • Pepwave MAX BR1 as 3G/4G/LTE/Wifi –router
    • Onboard WiFi: 2x access points included, to provide coverage


    • Miele 2 burner gimbaled propane stove and induction
    • Miele Inox electrical oven
    • Alpes Inox galley fan above.
    • Frigonautica 24vDC fridges (x2) and freezer
    • Dishwasher

    • 24vDC Tecma fresh water flush heads
    • Hot & cold pressurised showers

    Heating & Ventilation:
    • Frigomar 607NT inverter DC reverse-cycle air-conditioning system with centralized chilled water loop and main chiller serving fan-coils units in the cabins. All cabins are equipped with individual fan-coil units that can be adjusted to individual comfort.
    • Eberspacher diesel fired cabin heating system.
    • Forced ventilation with three modes: Eco, Normal, Boost.

    • B&G Sonichub, control integrated into B&G MFDs
    • 2x marine-grade speakers on deck
    • 4x speakers in saloon and sub-woofer


    Summary of Accommodation:
    • 7 berths in 4-cabins excluding saloon. Three bathrooms

    Accommodation Finish:
    • Advanced lightweight construction techniques are used in the construction of the interior. A custom made high technology laminating press is used for the lamination of many composite components. Main bulkheads are made on a vacuum table and the core is machined and gives additional reinforcement.
    • The non-structural interior panels are built of foam core and thin wood veneer of approx. 1,6 mm.
    • Cabin soles throughout the entire Yacht made of a carbon/foam/sandwich with visible wood veneer, with v-grooves each 120mm.
    • Soles in the showers are flat foam cored panel with drainage around.
    • The cabin sole supports are made of aluminium.
    • Internal furniture realised according to the highest marine carpentry standards and to be built in foam core sandwich material as much as possible, to reduce weight with teak finishes.
    • Oceanair sliding blinds and mosquito screens installed under every deck hatch.
    • Side hull windows composite.
    • Shower doors are made of 8mm tempered glass.

    Accommodation layout from Forward:

    Owner’s cabin:
    • 2000x1600mm double bed offset to port.
    • 2x full height cupboards with hanging lockers and drawers.
    • Settee on stb side with large drawers.

    Owner’s cabin ensuite bathroom:
    • En-suite bathroom with separate shower, sink and WC.
    • The composite washbasin will be flush to the composite counter top. Both are painted.
    • Mirror, toothbrush, towel, soap and paper holder.
    • Shower is a round Built-in. Water faucet for cold and hot pressurized water. Shower sump with sump pump.

    Forward guest twin cabin (port):
    • Twin berths
    • 2x full height cupboards with hanging locker and drawers.
    • Berth provided with mattress and full-length leeboard.

    Forward guest cabin (starboard):
    • Cabin with single berth
    • Full height cupboard with hanging locker and drawers.
    • Berths provided with mattresses and full-length leeboards.

    Guest cabin bathroom:
    • Ensuite to port guest cabin
    • Shower, sink and WC.
    • Shower sump with sump pump.
    • Composite washbasin flush to the composite counter top. Both are painted.
    • Mirror, toothbrush, towel, soap and paper holder.

    • Dining area to port, including dining table, L-shaped sofa for 6 people and centre sofa.
    • L-shaped sofa to starboard
    • Storage area under sofas.
    • Grab brails installed in Saloon ceiling and entrance.
    • Curtains for hull and deck windows.
    • Portside wardrobe.

    Navigation station:
    • Located in main saloon aft corner to starboard side
    • Storage for charts, books, pencils etc.
    • Space for navigation and communication instruments, screens, etc.
    • Master control/ monitoring panel or screen.

    • Galley located aft to port
    • Gimbaled propane and 220vAC induction stove with electric oven
    • Alpes Inox galley fan above.
    • Corian covered work top with fiddles, with corners for easy cleaning
    • Two sink units in stainless steel.
    • Water faucet for hot and cold pressurized water.
    • Stowage for cooking utensils. Adequate drawers and glass racks for stowage of crockery.
    • Fridges and freezer

    Aft guest twin cabin:
    • To starboard
    • Twin berths
    • Hanging locker and drawers.
    • Berth provided with mattress and full-length leeboard.

    Ensuite bathroom aft of cabin.
    • There is an en-suite bathroom with shower, sink and WC.
    • Composite/ wood foldable WC cover. To be used when shower.
    • The composite washbasin will be flush to the composite counter top. Both are painted
    • Mirror, toothbrush, towel, soap and paper holder.

    Technical Space:
    • Aft of galley to port.


    • Hall Spars three spreaders carbon fibre mast white painted Awl-grip
    • Hall Spars carbon fibre V-boom with lazy jack
    • Nitronic 50 Rod standing rigging
    • Mast Jack
    • German style mainsheet system
    • 2x hydraulic pistons for the jib track positioned horizontal under the deck with easy access
    • Bamar electrically driven under deck unit furling jib and carbon foils
    • Harken switchtrack system for mainsail
    • Led lights in spreaders of the mast and boom lights
    • Jib halyard with hydraulic cylinder
    • 2:1 staysail halyard.
    • Double connected Harken 32mm Big boat genoa lead cars with pull forward and aft cylinder. Cylinders (1 port, 1 stbd) mounted in recess in deck with openable hatch.
    • Inner forestay removable furling stay. The tension on the stay is done by a cylinder under deck.
    • Aramid checkstays
    • Split backstay system with 2 Harken -30 Single acting Hard lube anodized aluminium hydraulic cylinders with barrel pin eye. Fixed above deck, to carbon chain plates.
    • I=24,90m, J=8,03m, P=25,40m, E8,94m

    • 2x Harken 80EST 3-speed manual self-tailing primary cockpit winches
    • 2x Harken 80EST 2-speed electric self-tailing secondary cockpit winches
    • 2x Harken 80EST 2-speed electric self-tailing mainsheet cockpit winches
    • 2x Harken 60EST 2-speed electric self-tailing companionway winches

    • Millenium Sails ARXE fully-battened main sail
    • Millenium Sails ARXE light furling genoa
    • Millenium Sails ARXE medium furling genoa
    • Millenium Sails ARXE heavy furling genoa
    • Millenium Sails ARXE furling staysail
    • Millenium Sails gennaker

    • The pulpit made using 25mm diameter stainless steel pipe with led navigation lights supports.
    • The pushpit and the side gates made using 25 mm diameter stainless steel pipe with 2 opening gates.
    • Drop-down bathing platform with tender garage
    • Besenzoni hydraulic retractable gangway

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • Maxwell 24vDC electric anchor windlass
    • Stainless steel anchor with stainless steel chain
    • Sanguinetti retractable mooring winch
    • 2+2 pair Mooring cleats on transom area. 2 pair Mooring cleats amidships. 1 pair Mooring cleats fwd. Total of 10 cleats.
    • Dinghy mooring cleats on the bathing platform.

    Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
    • Sprayhood
    • Cockpit cushion seat
    • Bimini for the steering helmsman


    General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying Tuscany, Italy

    Available to view strictly by appointment

    Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
    Saturday by prior appointment

    For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

    Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

    Lead Broker: Michele Antonini – Grabau International (Italia)
    Tel: +39 333 74 89 281
    Email: michele@grabauinternational.com

    Grabau International offers the details of all vessels in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warranty the condition of any vessel and the details do not constitute a part of any contract. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. All vessels are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Grabau International provides professional yacht conveyancing and legal transfer of title for all yachts as per the ABYA Code of Practice with all deposit payments and final balance payments processed through secure dedicated client accounts solely for that purpose. Our dedicated client accounts are written in trust at Natwest Bank and we are fully insured.

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