€185,000 tax paid

Centreboard C&C Baltic 51

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelBaltic Yachts 51
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Tax/VAT StatusTax paid
LyingAthens, Greece


EngineVolvo D2-75 75hp
Fuel Capacity450l
Hull ConstructionGRP
Keel TypeCentreboard
Drinking Water Capacity500l


Supreme C&C Baltic 51 from 1982 capable of blue water adventures. True to the Baltic concept in every respect and offering fantastic performance combined with ease of handling and a centreboard keel.


24 hulls of the C&C designed Baltic 51 were launched between 1979 and 1988 with only a few of them benefits of a centrerboard keel. TEMPLARS’F is one of those few yachts.

TEMPLARS’F is perhaps one of the clearest representations of the iconic Baltic Yachts marque. Built for her original owner and launched in June 1982 to designs by B&C, she has been lovingly maintained since then from her fourth ownership and has been lavished with extensive refit in 2007 and 2013 and expenditure done in the last year from her actual owner including:-

• Preventive Epoxy treatment – 2007
• Engine replaced - 2007
• Rod rigging checked and replaced all uppers – 2013
• Mastervolt inverter – 2007
• Mast and boom checked and repainted – 2007
• Freeboard preventive Epoxy treatment – 2013
• Electrical wiring and panel replaced – 2013
• Seacocks – 2013
• Centre board and rudder checked – 2013
• Teak floor replaced – 2013
• Water boiler replaced – 2013
• New Raymarine radar – 2013
• Diesel tanks cleaned
• Water tanks cleaned
• Teak deck replaced
• Hatches replaced

• Carbon fibre gennaker bowsprit
• New gennaker
• New anchor chain
• New outboard engine
• New SSB VHF radio
• New preventive treatment
• 2x new PVC water tanks

• Engine overhauled with new turbo
• New external cushion
• New carbon fibre spinnaker pole
• New rudder bearing
• New steering wheel, backstay, ecc. Covers
• New lazy jack
• New halyards and running rigging
• New sails

Very realistically priced and with the benefit of a caring ownership, TEMPLARS’F represents a fantastic opportunity to acquire a beautifully built ocean cruising yacht that will provide many more years of reliable and enjoyable service at a most reasonable price.



The Baltic 51 was a high performance, easily handled yacht with a functional deck layout which was equally suited for safe family cruising and fast IOR racing. This was the 5th serial production yacht in cooperation with C&C Design, and as with the previous Baltic 39 and Baltic 37, detailed comprehensive computer performance studies were used in the design evaluation.

C&C Design´s chef designer Rob Ball and his team put in a lot of effort into the pre-studies for this design again resulting also in polars and performance numbers that could be used as targets for the racing owners. The computer studies carried out exceeded in details and volume that used even in many of today´s projects, and this design was developed in 1979 when most of the competitors still had their designs made “by hand”.

Another ground-breaking feature on the Baltic 51 was the interior layout. The interior layout designed by our in-house design had the owners cabin aft with 2 guest cabins forward of the owners´ cabin, and this unique feature created a very comfortable interior for long ocean racing or/and cruising. However, the most unique feature was the owners’ cabins centre double berth under the aft cockpit. This was our creation and was first criticized by competitors, but later became one of the most copied interior features in our business.



RCD Status:
• Our understanding is that the yacht is exempt from CE Conformity as she was in use in the EEA prior to June 1998.

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
• Hull - GRP sandwich construction to the highest specification to provide an extremely rigid yet light and well insulated structure.
• All high stress areas are especially strengthened and reinforced to accommodate localised loadings.
• Hull paint grey - 2017
• Deck - Hand laid up moulded fibreglass with core stiffening, insulation and reinforcement incorporated in the way of deck fittings and winches.
• Teak laid decking to the side decks, cockpit seating and cockpit sole. – replaced 2007

Keel & Rudder:
• Lead ballast keel with bronze cast centreboard, hydraulically controlled.
• Cantilevered semi elliptical balanced spade rudder with high strength rudder stock and blade within internal skeleton.


Engine & gearbox:
• Volvo Penta D-2 75 4-cylinder diesel engine providing 75hp – fitted new 2007
• Freshwater cooled engine.
• Single lever engine control.

Maintenance & Performance:
• Engine hours: approx. tbc
• Last engine service 2020

Propulsion & Steering:
• Maxprop 3-bladed feathering propeller
• Wheel steering
• Emergency tiller


Voltage systems:
• 12vDC domestic systems with 220vAC via shore-power, generator or inverter

Battery Banks:
• to supply 12vDC engine start battery - 2020
• 12vDC generator start battery - 2020
• 6 x 6v 220ah joined in parallels 12vDC service battery pack – 2017

• Mastervolt 60Amp 110 Battery charger

• MASE 3.5kw generator
• Generator hours: approx. tbc as of end of 2020

• Mastervolt 800W inverter

• 115Amp 12vDC Engine-mounted alternator


Fresh Water:
• The hot freshwater circuit is led into a well-insulated 20 litres hot water tank, heated by engine or 230v AC immersion heater element.

• TECNICOMAR 130l/h watermaker

Bilge Pumps:
• 2x manual bilge pumps
• 12v electric bilge pump
• High capacity 12v electric bilge pump


• 450 litre fuel capacity in 3 tanks

Fresh Water:
• 500 litres water capacity in 4 tanks – one of which serviceable


At the cockpit:
• Raymarine 12’ chart plotter
• Raymarine displays at main cockpit and companionway
• Raymarine radar scanner
• Raymarine ST6002 autopilot
• Raymarine remote bluetooth controller
• Compass

At the nav station
• Raymarine 12’ chart plotter
• Raymarine analogic wind indicator
• Second back up Raymarine autopilot with Lecomble & Schmitt actuator

Communications Equipment:
• Pactor 4 modem fro HF radio - 2018
• Icom ATU AT-140 – 2018
• Raymarine bidirectional AIS – 2015
• Second VHF with DSC and separate antenna


• Gimballed gas stove with burners and oven
• 12v fridge
• 12v freezer

• 3x heads and showers
• 1x 12v electric head in the owner cabin – 2017
• 2x manual marine heads
• Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with shower in heads

• Blaukpunkt Stereo with speakers


Summary of Accommodation:
• The Baltic 51 sleeps 8 persons in 4 separate staterooms yet maintains easy access to all areas of the interior.

Accommodation Finish:
• All joinery is teak faced with solid teak or laminated teak frames and capping. Satin varnish finish, all doors provided with retaining swing stops
• Kick plates on steps and chafing pieces on sills are provided
• Cloth upholstery through out
• Teak gratings in head
• Floorboards with laid teak veneer with holly inlay
• Access to bilge at appropriate points
• Soft lining panels to deck head


• 2 spreader masthead rig – black painted 2013
• Keel-stepped mast
• Navtec stainless rod rigging – checked 2013
• Reckman genoa furler
• Staysail furler
• Carbon fibre bowsprit for gennaker
• Navtec hydraulic adjustment for backstay, outhaul, & vang with control panel at helm
• 2x main halyards
• 2x genoa halyards
• 2x gennaker halyards

• 2x Barient 737 Primary Self-tailing 2-speed winches
• 2x Barient 46 Secondary Self-tailing 2-speed winches
• 1x Harken 48, 2 speed self-tailing winch
• 1x Harken 48, 2 speed powered self-tailing winch
• 2x Harken 36, 2 speed self-tailing winches for main traveller
• 2x Harken 2-speed self-tailing winches
• 3x Barient 28 winches for halyards

• 140% Genoa EVOLUTION SAILS – 2019
• Gennaker – 2018
• Staysail
• 2x Spinnaker
• Yankee - 2013
• Main – 2013
• Genoa 130% - 2013

• Double stainless lifelines.
• Carbon fibre pasarelle
• Dinghy and outboard engine
• Stern mounted radar mast
• Wood taw rail
• Folding cockpit table
• Cockpit cushions – 2019

Covers & Canvas:
• Sun awning on the boom
• Forward awning section
• Sprayhood – 2017

Anchoring & Mooring:
• Lofrans 1,500w windlass
• 30kgs Delta anchor
• 30kg Bruce spare anchor
• 100m 10mm stainless chain – 2017
• Admiralty anchor


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.

• PLASTIMO rescue buoy
• MOB module
• 10 person liferaft
• EPIRB – 2016

Viewing arrangements

Lying Athens, Greece

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: enquiries@grabauinternational.com

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