Updated and bluewater-equipped C&C designed Baltic 42. Benefitting from extensive 2018/19 refit ahead of an ARC adventure. Classic C&C design, perfect for ocean adventures.
FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:
SUNDANCE II is a fully bluewater equipped and extensively refitted/updated version of the Cuthbertson & Cassian designed Baltic 42. Continually updated in recent seasons including a major refit in 2018/19 ahead of an ARC adventure, her specification highlights include:- • Epoxy treatment to hull with recent CopperCoat antifoul system • Volvo D2-55 upgraded engine with Flex-of-Fold 3-bladed prop • Replaced standing rigging converted from rod to Dyform wire • Replacement Andersen self-tailing primary and halyard winches • New electrical systems including Gel service batteries and Mastervolt charger • Inverter • Solar panels • Hydro-generator • Hydrovane windvane self-steering system • Schenker watermaker • Upgraded fridge and freezer • Refitted navigation instruments including marine PC, Raymarine plotter, HD radar and new Evolution autopilot • SSB radio with insulated backstay • IridiumGO satellite communications system • Vesper Marine AIS transceiver • Black water holding tank • Diesel fired hot air cabin heating system
This design was based on the 1975 Canada´s Cup challenger ‘Marauder’ and her successful sister ship Baltic Custom 42 ‘Tina I-Punkt’. The hull design was optimized to take maximum advantage of the IOR-Measurement-Rule which was then current. The size and performance was optimized to fit the 2-Ton class with an I.O.R. rating of 32 feet. The fundamental concept was of a medium/light displacement performance hull with a high aspect ratio keel and rudder, designed for max lift. The concept was a no-compromise ocean racing sloop, and her deck layout and equipment was also carefully studied to achieve this. The large cockpit and clear deck provided efficiency during racing activities, but also living space and comfort for cruising.
The interior was equipped with a separate owner’s cabin aft with twin berths, while forward was the navigation and galley area. The salon provided comfortable sitting or sleeping accommodation. The forepeak was open to enable easy and effective sail storage and handling, but had the option of a more comprehensive interior for clients that were mainly cruising.
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