Grabau International is delighted to announce the listing of the 2001-launched Baltic Yachts 47 ‘CLEMENTINE’
Hull No.9 the last of the Baltic 47’s. Originally fitted out for effortless short-handed fast blue water cruising, more recently used for occasional club racing and weekending. A true ‘do-it-all’ yacht from the very best in the business.
The very last of the Vroljk and R & J designed Baltic 47’s, CLEMENTINE boasts a modern, practical and easily-managed single-cockpit arrangement with all primary control lines led aft to the companionway. Below decks, she has a similarly modern three-cabin, two heads layout with master cabin forward and two guest cabins aft. Her large saloon area also incorporates a generous forward-facing chart table and a large U-shaped galley. Below the waterline, her 2.45m keel offers a great compromise between performance and cruising practicality.
Originally launched as ‘OCEAN PEARL’ and later named ‘CLAJASAN’, CLEMENTINE has always benefitted from caring owners and her program of refit and upgrades has been continuous. Most recently sold before she even hit the open market by Grabau International to her current owner in late 2016 after her previous owner stepped up to a larger Baltic and her current owner looked to move upwards from his beautifully refitted Baltic 35, CLEMENTINE has since undergone a further comprehensive programme of refit to make her 100% ready to go. Having enjoyed two seasons of fantastic sailing in the Mediterranean, her owner now wishes to move on to fresh projects so once more, we are able to offer an opportunity to acquire this very special yacht.
For those looking for a modern, fast, well-mannered sub 50ft cruising yacht, with ocean cruising or regatta-winning capabilities there simply is no better yacht out there. The Baltic represents the very finest in yacht construction and design and CLEMENTINE is the ultimate incarnation of this ethos within her size bracket.
RECENT REFIT HISTORY (in addition to routine maintenance and servicing):
2018 • Fitment of new exhaust muffler • Fitment of new Max-Power retractable bowthruster • New fresh water pressure pump • Fitment of new B&G Zeus 9” chart plotter • HDMI & VGA video monitor for connecting to PC • New mainsail stackpack • New cockpit sun awning • New bimini top • New sprayhood
2017 • Hull sanded and new epoxy – 2017 • Replacement lower rudder bearing • Replacement cutlass bearing • New silent mounting blocks for engine • Throttle/gear control overhauled • Z-drive gearbox overhauled with new seals etc • New steering cables • Watermaker Clarke pump rebuilt • New valves and diaphragms for manual bilge pumps • New gas hoses • New odourless black water piping • New Simrad WiFi VHF handset for cockpit • Interior fitting overhaul with new light fittings, door handles etc • Rig resprayed Alwgrip Off-White • New Navtec discontinuous rod standing rigging • New safety guardwires and terminals • Replacement anchor windlass motor fitted • Liferaft serviced • New fire extinguishers including engine room extinguisher with cockpit control • Smoke detectors fitted in all cabins
2016 • New Isotherm fridge compressor • New Simrad VHF radio with DSC
2015 • Fitment of Mastervolt lithium Ion service batteries • 4x new B&G GFD displays at companionway • New North 3Di 135% furling genoa
2014 • New Kevlar racing mainsail • New G2 gennaker/asymmetric spinnaker • New 8-man liferaft
2013 • Fitment of B&G 3G digital radar scanner • New aluminium boom • Fitment Antal low-friction mainsail cars for mast track
The Baltic 47 was a good example of the traditional Baltic Yachts´ philosophy of a light to medium displacement design for optimum performance and easy handling.
The laminates were of a sandwich construction in combination with special unidirectional fibres resulting in a light, reliable and long-lasting construction.
The Baltic 47 offered large opportunities for customization of the interior, deck, laminates, keels etc., which allowed clients to make their very own personal ideas a part of the final product. For clients who looked for the opportunity of sailing in shallow water areas, special keels were designed and built.
For more performance-minded owners who wanted to go in the opposite direction, we used deeper high-performance keels and utilized the available building technology to reach lighter construction weights etc.
BALTIC YACHTS OVERVIEW:
In 1973 five young men left Nautor Swan to start their own business. Their aim was to build the finest sailing boats in the world and to achieve this they employed a group of indigenous craftsmen from the Bosund region of Finland. Top quality and comfortable cruising yachts with racing potential were the main ingredients of what they set out to achieve. Importantly, they recognised that building yachts with lighter displacement than competing products would not only increase performance, but also make life easier and more enjoyable for their clients. They did this by using materials and manufacturing technology never previously seen in boat building.
Baltic Yachts is now one of the leading names in custom and semi-custom luxury yachts.
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Baltic Yachts 47 – Clementine – Euro 350k VAT paid – full details here
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