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€680,000 tax paid

Beautifully maintained, upgraded and presented

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelBaltic Yachts 60 Custom
DesignerBruce Farr / R&J Design / Vismara
Boat NameNeverland
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Tax/VAT StatusTax paid
LyingPreveza, Greece


LOA18.5m (60'0")
LWL16.11m (52'0")
Beam5m (16'0")
Draft3m (9'0")
Hull ConstructionGRP / Kevlar composite
EngineYanmar 4LHA-HTP 158hp
Keel TypeFin Keel

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    Beautifully maintained, upgraded and presented custom Bruce Farr designed Baltic 60. Completely updated for fast short-handed cruising and with all features and comforts you could expect. Iconic Baltic Yachts styling and build quality. They don’t come any better than this.


    NEVERLAND is the most outstanding Baltic 60, fully custom-designed By Bruce Farr, R&J Designs, and Vismara and built in Glass-Kevlar and Carbon in epoxy vacuum construction. The rudder is JP3 Autoclave carbon fibre, mast and boom is Hall Spars autoclave carbon single piece made by Hall Spars America. NEVERLAND represents the “golden Age of Baltic Yachts and the construction, systems and teak veneer interiors are a masterpiece

    Originally launched as MATTONE and supplied to an Italian owner, NEVERLAND has led a very pampered life with frequent visits back to the Vismara/Baltic Yachts Italia shipyard in Viareggio for refits and updates. In recent seasons, NEVERLAND has benefitted from over Euro 750,000 in refits carried out in 2014/15, 2016 and 2019.

    Designed to be a very fast and luxurious performance cruising yacht, many of her most recent modifications have been focussed on making her easily-handled by the smallest of crews and even single-handed. The addition of a Hall Spars custom furling carbon boom, furling cutter stays, gennaker, control lines led aft to the helm cockpit and full complement of electric winches allow NEVERLAND to be sailed from the helm cockpit with ease. Under power, her retractable bowthruster and recently replaced Yanmar engine with custom 4-bladed propeller make manoeuvring very easy, assisted by her slippery hull, large elliptical rudder and modern stainless steel keel with lead bulb.

    Below decks, NEVERLAND feels as fresh as the day she was launched, thanks to a comprehensive overhaul. With stunning teak joinery (over carbon sandwich bulkheads) finished to a standard only seen in Baltic Yachts and with recently replaced upholstery and domestic amenities, NEVERLAND looks after her guests well, with accommodation split across four cabins with the main owner’s cabin set low and central beneath the central guest cockpit.

    Privately used, Maltese-flagged and offered for sale inclusive of EU VAT, NEVERLAND is 100% ready for her next custodian with delivery from late August 2022, leaving plenty of time to prepare for the Baltic Yachts 50th Anniversary Regatta in Porto Rotondo in September 2023.


    • Service of engine and generator
    • Service of teak deck with new caulking to cockpit sole
    • Polishing of topsides
    • Service of watermaker with new membranes
    • New biminis for guest and helm cockpit areas
    • New sun awning
    • New antifouling

    • New gel batteries
    • New larger tender and outboard with foredeck stowage solution
    • New TV system
    • New bed linen
    • Overhaul of bowthruster and windlass
    • Revision of sail wardrobe
    • New radar and AIS
    • New FLIR night vision camera system, loud hailer and microphone
    • New air conditioning unit for dinnete
    • Replacement membranes for watermaker
    • New staysail furler
    • Rig check

    • Modification of transom to include swimming platform and tender garage
    • Fitment of integrated carbon fibre dolphin-striker bowsprit
    • New Fischer Panda generator
    • All halyards lead at to cockpit beneath coamings.
    • New carbon furling boom
    • New hull paint.
    • Modification of aft captain/guest double cabin with removable furniture.

    • Complete overhaul of the boat to ‘new conditon’
    • New teak deck
    • New hull paint
    • Mast repainted
    • New rod standing rigging
    • New watermaker
    • New electronics
    • Interior completely refurbished
    • New upholstery internally and externally
    • New electric heads
    • New internal lighting
    • New North Sails 3Di carbon sail wardrobe

    • New 158hp Yanmar engine
    • Brunton 4-bladed propeller
    • Steering cables replaced
    • Raymarine navigation instruments
    • New interior lighting


    NEVERLAND (ex MATTONE) was the first of two 60ft sisterships (the other being ULTIMATE THIRD) designed by Bruce Farr. The key aim of this project was to develop a high quality cruiser/racer with a level of performance that you wouldn´t normally associate with this type of sailing yacht.

    This led to extra effort being put into weight reduction wherever possible, without compromising the comfort and equipment inventory one would expect on a cruising yacht of this calibre.

    One example of this drive for reduced weight focused on the fixed keel fin which was manufactured using an efficient casting process, enabling greater weight to be concentrated low down in the lead bulb.

    Despite this yacht’s racing potential she had a luxurious interior with the owner’s suite situated almost amidships leading directly into a large, comfortable saloon.


    NEVERLAND is a performance cruiser with Mediterranean set up, all about italian style and designed to achieve the maximum performance with interior and exterior lines and volumes that are comfortable, practical, and elegant. It is an ultra-modern craft, with aesthetic details that give it a “classic” style.

    The main characteristics are the layout of the deck plan, with large areas for guest, organised into two cockpits: a central one for guests and one from which to skipper the craft, with all of the main sail handling, properly arranged around the wheel, which is large in size and therefore more practical for cruising use. The deck design also stands out for the low, continuous deckhouse, from bow to stern. The mast and boom are in carbon. NEVERLAND is a very fast boat, thanks to medium-light displacement but also to a significant sail surface and long extensions.

    The interiors have the master cabin amidships – the most stable point of the craft while sailing, with a double bed under the central cockpit, in a position where the engine is usually to be found, except that this time, together with all the installations, the engine has been moved to an area under the stern cockpit. This solution has been made possible by the increasingly light weight of installations which therefore no longer risk compromising trim as well as being perfect with the powerful hull lines of NEVERLAND with its large volumes aft. Also, in the interests of comfort, the soleboard level in the master cabin is lower than on the rest of the craft as well as being full beam. Continuing forward, there are two more cabins, with a large, shared bathroom: a double, off-centre cabin on the port side bulwark and a twin with the beds set out in a V. A fourth double cabin aft has an independent entrance from the deck, like the two in the bow.

    Alessandro Vismara



    RCD & Construction Certification:
    • RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”
    • Vessel built in accordance with RINA A1 Maltese Cross Class Certification

    Hull Construction:
    • Hand laid construction and vacuum construction in Isophthalic resin in combination with carbon hybrid fibres consisting of a combination of Aramid and glass.
    • End grain balsa sandwich core
    • Chain plates and stays in carbon fibre
    • Carbon integrated dolphin striker bowsprit for anchor and gennaker – 2016
    • Topsides resprayed light blue – 2016 (transom resprayed 2021)
    • Opening transom modified to create bathing platform and garage for stowage of small tender - 2016

    Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    • Hand laid construction in Isophthalic resin in combination with carbon hybrid fibres consisting of a combination of Aramid and glass.
    • End grain balsa sandwich core
    • Teak laid decking, coachroof areas, cockpit and bathing platform with grey caulking – replaced 2014 to Baltic Yachts specifications

    Keel & Rudder:
    • Stainless steel fin with lead bulb, externally bolted - The boat was designed with extra high stability ( + 20 % ) to reduce heel and increase comfort .
    • JP3 autoclaved carbon fibre epoxy vacuum-bagged cantilevered semi-elliptical balanced spade rudder


    Engine & gearbox:
    • Yanmar 4LHA-HTP 158hp 4-cylinder diesel engine – 2012
    • Freshwater engine cooling
    • Yanmar ZF reduction shaft-drive gearbox
    • Python Drive CV joint – 2012
    • Hurth V-drive gearbox – revised at time of engine installation
    • Twin Racor filters – replaced 2022
    • Single lever throttle/gear control at helm

    Maintenance & Performance:
    • Engine hours: approx. 1,110 as of Summer 2022
    • Engine service – 2022 including service of turbo-charger and heat exchanger

    Propulsion & Steering:
    • MaxPower 24vDC R200 retractable bowthruster – overhauled 2019
    • Brunton 4-bladed folding propeller – 2012
    • Single steering pedestals with 2.4m diameter teak-rimmed
    • Steering wheel connected to quadrant by means of chain and stainless steel cables – replaced 2012
    • The quadrant is JP3 carbon
    • Emergency tiller, storage in lazarette


    Voltage systems:
    • 24vDC domestic systems and 12vDC engine start circuit with 220vAC via shore-power or inverter

    Battery Banks:
    • Exide gel service batteries joined in parallel and series to supply 1,000Ah @ 24vDC - 2019
    • 12vDC engine start battery – 2020
    • 12vDC generator start battery – 2020
    • Magnetronic DCC battery monitoring system

    • Mastervolt 100A 24vDC battery charger.
    • Mastervolt 10A 12vDC battery charger for engine start battery

    • Mastervolt 24/2500 2.5kw inverter with control panel at chart table

    • Fischer Panda 5000i 4kw/5kVA 220vAC variable speed generator – 2018
    • Generator hours – approx. 128 as of summer 20222
    • Date of last generator service - 2022

    • 12vDC 50 Amp alternator for engine start batteries
    • 24vDC 160 Amp high output alternator for service batteries - 2014

    Other Electrical:
    • Baltic Yachts custom made with automatic safety circuit breakers. Indication diodes, amp. meters, voltmeters and tank level meters are provided. A 12 V DC for starting system, 24 V DC for service system.
    • 220vAC 50Hz shorepower with 220vAC sockets throughout
    • Magnetronic ACC AC monitoring system
    • 12vDC waterproof socket in cockpit


    Fresh Water:
    • Water heater. Heater capacity is 80 litres. Heated by engine cooling water and 220vAC system - 2018.
    • 24vDC water pressure system with 2x Gianneschi Ramaciotti pumps (with selection switch) - 2018
    • Telephone type shower, water faucet for cold and hot pressurized water.
    • Hot-cold shower in transom door.
    • Installation of pressure waterpump on silent blocks to eliminate vibrations.

    • Schenker 120 litre per hour 24vDC/220vAC dual voltage reverse osmosis watermaker – 2014/15
    • Membranes replaced 2019

    Bilge Pumps:
    • Two diaphragms type manual bilge pumps located at main companionway and in the aft cockpit.
    • One self-priming 24VDC heavy duty bilge pump with automatic switch.


    • 540 litre fuel capacity in two stainless steel tanks
    • All tanks are Baltic custom made in stainless steel with baffles and inspection covers. All tanks are bonded to the hull by foam covered by laminate reduced noise.

    Fresh Water:
    • 700 litre fuel capacity in two stainless steel tanks
    • All tanks are Baltic custom made in stainless steel with baffles and inspection covers. All tanks are bonded to the hull by foam covered by laminate reduced noise.

    Holding Tank:
    • 160 litre holding tank capacity in one stainless steel tank discharged via electric pump out.
    • Holding tank servicing owner’s and forward guest cabin heads.
    • TankWatch holding tank monitoring system

    • Raymarine ST60+ navigation instruments in helm cockpit with wind, speed, depth and log transducers – 2012
    • Multi-function displays in helm cockpit and chart table – 2012
    • Raymarine 14” HybridTouch colour LCD GPS chart plotter and radar display at helm – 2012
    • iPad Pro with docking station/charger at chart table running navigation software
    • Raymarine HD 24Nm radar scanner – mast mounted – 2019
    • Raymarine AIS – 2019
    • Raymarine FLIR night vision camera system - 2019
    • Raymarine ST60+ Smartpilot autopilot system with control head at helm and further radio control handset – 2012
    • Suunto steering compass

    Communications Equipment:
    • WiFi router – 2022
    • Raymarine Ray dual station VHF with DSC at chart table and in cockpit with external speaker – 2012
    • Loud hailer system with horn - 2019
    • Handheld VHF


    • Gas stove ALPES Inox 4-burner with galley fan above - 2018
    • Water faucet for hot and cold pressure water
    • 24vDC refrigerator with temperate controller
    • 24vDC freezer with temperate controller
    • 24vDC refrigerated vegetable coolbox with temperate controller

    • 3x Tecma 24vDC electric heads – 2014/15
    • Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with shower in heads

    Heating & Ventilation:
    • 220vAC air-conditioning system – saloon system fitted 2019
    • Eberspacher D8LC 5kw diesel-fired hot-air cabin heating system

    • Smart LCD TV running Netflix and Apple TV in saloon with CD/DVD player – 2019
    • SONOS Hi-Fi system in owner’s cabin, saloon and cockpit - connected to iPhone. All three systems can operated independently – 2019

    • Cantalupi lighting throughout with spot lights, night lights and berth head lights - 2012


    Summary of Accommodation:
    • Up to 9 berths in master double cabin, forward port double, guest v-berth forward and double crew/guest cabin aft (currently configured as a storage cabin). Three heads.

    Accommodation Finish:
    • Main internal bulkheads are carbon sandwich construction with joinery in teak faced, teak laminated or solid teak. Varnished and hand-rubbed to obtain a satin surface finish.
    • Interior professional refurbished – 2014/15
    • Furniture in aft crew/guest cabin can be removed to create extra storage – modifications made 2016
    • All doors are provided with retaining hooks and swing stops.
    • Kick plates on steps and chafing pieces on sills are provided.
    • Baltic Yachts fine white leather upholstery in saloon – 2014/15
    • Interior upholstery and cushions replaced with variable density foams and fitted covers – 2021
    • White synthetic stone counters in galley and heads
    • Teak gratings in head.
    • Floorboards with laid teak/holly veneer over lightweight vibration-insulated aluminium supports.
    • Ceiling lined with removable soft panelling.
    • Retractable blinds for deckhead hatches plus mosquito screens


    • Hall Spars keel-stepped carbon fibre mast with 3-sets of spreaders
    • Rig repainted – 2014/15
    • Rig fully inspected - 2018
    • Hall Spars custom carbon fibre furling boom with Reckman 24vDC motor and high modulus carbon fibre furling mandrel – 2016
    • Original carbon fibre slab-reefing boom with reefing lines available if required (ideal for racing)
    • Navtec stainless steel rod standing rigging – replaced 2014
    • Reckman manual genoa furler
    • Ubi Mayor staysail furler with torsional cable – 2018
    • All halyard led aft to cockpit to allow short-handed sailing –2016
    • Navtec hydraulic vang and backstay adjustment
    • Gennaker with set on carbon integrated dolphin striker bowsprit - 2016
    • Frederiksen deck gear with genoa and staysail tracks – revised 2018
    • Checkstays
    • Carbon protection bar for radar scanner, horn and FLIR camera

    • 2x Lewmar Ocean powered 3-speed self-tailing primary winches
    • 2x Lewmar Ocean powered 2-speed self-tailing mainsheet winches at forward end of helm cockpit
    • 2x Lewmar Ocean powered 2-speed self-tailing secondary cockpit winches
    • Winches full serviced - 2021

    • North Sails 3DL carbon kevlar in-boom furling mainsail with carbon fibre battens and additional grey taffeta protection – 2014/15
    • North Sails 3DL carbon kevlar furling genoa with additional grey taffeta protection – 2014/15
    • North Sails 3DL carbon kevlar furling staysail with additional grey taffeta protection – 2014/15
    • North Sails A0 with ATN snuffer – 2014/15 (used for one season only)
    • Sails overhauled 2019

    • Pulpit and pushpit made of Stainless Steel tubes are mounted on the bow and transom. The pulpit is fitted with navigation lights and the pushpit with a stern light. Pulpit with opening.
    • Double lifelines stainless steel wire with gates in lifelines on port and starboard sides.
    • Teak toerail
    • Hatches are Lewmar Trimline with perspex glass - 2018
    • Carbon folding gangway
    • Folding and removable cockpit table for central guest cockpit

    Covers & Canvas:
    • Canvas sprayhood with recessed carbon fibre structure – 2018
    • Bimini for central cockpit and helm cockpit with stainless steel frame – 2022
    • Sun-awning from mast to backstay - 2022
    • Cockpit cushions – 2014/15
    • Beige canvas covers for helm and bimini

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • Lewmar 3kw 24vDC anchor windlass – overhauled 2019
    • Custom 45kgs Delta anchor with 70m of 12mm stainless steel chain
    • Sanguinetti retractable capstan winch on foredeck
    • Warps and fenders

    Tender & Outboard:
    • 2.8m rigid bottomed Hypalon tender stowed on teak supports forward of mast with cover – 2019
    • Honda 6hp 4-stroke engine – 2019
    • 2.2m inflatable tender stowed in tender garage – 2021
    • Honda 2hp 4-stroke engine - 2021

    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.

    Life saving:
    • 10-man ocean life raft – next service due Autumn 2023
    • Jonbuoy MOB recovery sling - next service due Autumn 2023
    • 406Mhz EPIRB.

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying Preveza, 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: Alex Grabau
    Tel: +44 (0)1590 673715
    Email: alex@grabauinternational.com

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