Sparkling blue-hulled Judel / Vrolijk & Co designed Baltic 40 from 1995. Hull No.19 or 25 built and featuring a low-companionway entry and full custom interior. Great cruising spec and wintered ashore in a heated storage shed. An iconic pocket Baltic and arguably one of the prettiest designs of all.
FURTHER BROKER'S COMMENTS:
ULTRAMARI is hull nr. 19 of 21 Baltic 40's launched between 1988 and 1999. Originally commissioned by an Italian owner who was looking for a safe, high-quality, performance cruiser to sail single or twin handed in his old age, ULTRAMARI (then named LUCKY DUCKY) was custom designed with Baltic Yachts to feature a low-companionway entry (as opposed to the bridge deck arrangement found on her sisterships). This cockpit arrangement is very similar to the latest cockpit designs and necessitated the creation of a custom interior layout with conventional aft double berth and twin bunks in the forward cabin.
Purchased by the current owners in 2016, ULTRAMARI has been used lightly during summer months, and stored under cover, rig-out in a heated storage shed during the winter months. Her specifications highlights include:
Yanmar 39hp engine from 2019 with Saildrive gearbox and 3-bladed Max-Prop with just 70hrs run
Owner's aft stateroom layout with centreline double berth
Royal blue hull
Mast and boom white painted Awlgrip
Teak laid decks
Rod standing rigging
Recently replaced batteries
UK sails laminate mainsail and genoa
Stackpack and lazyjacks
Garmin GPS plotter, radar and AIS
ULTRAMARI is a truly unique example of the timeless classic Baltic 40, not be confused with her sisterships on account of modern low-companionway cockpit arrangement.
BALTIC YACHTS' COMMENT:
The Baltic 40, cooperation with Naval Architect Judel/Vrolijk, was a smaller size follow up of the successful Baltic 43. The basic difference between these yachts lay in the fact that the racing rules were not as strict as earlier at this time. We started to see hulls with wider sterns and a few other shape differences giving the designs slightly different characteristics.
Our understanding is that the yacht is exempt from CE Conformity as she was in use in the EEA prior to June 1998.
FRP sandwich construction to the highest specification, using unidirectional rovings and high-grade resin to develop an extremely rigid yet light and well insulated structure.
End Grain Balsa is used as core material in the sandwich laminate. This in combination with a specially developed unidirectional roving creates a very rigid, strong and light construction.
A high-grade resin is used in the lamination process to create an extremely strong high-tech laminate.
The combination of sandwich construction, unidirectional fibres and hybrid epoxy resin will make the yacht lighter and last longer. The lighter the yacht is, the more ballast it can carry for a given displacement. Thanks to this, the performance will be better and the yacht will be safer and easier to handle.
All high stress areas are specially strengthened with a build up of unidirectional roving orientated in the direction of the stress.
Transverse floors and longitudinal stringers are made up of a unidirectional roving and fabmat around a low density PVC foam core. There are limber holes in floors to allow drainage to sump.
Main structural bulkheads are built up of marine plywood. Visible surfaces are teak faced.
Stainless steel through bolted to longitudinal or transverse bulkheads, which are securely bonded to the hull and deck. Plates are provided with backing plates to spread loads adequately. Chain plates are grounded to a keel bolt for lightning protection.
Incorporated in hull, built up of ud-roving and fabmat around a PVC foam core. Special care is taken to ensure a rigid foundation and correct bonding.
Fabricated aluminium alloy mast step bolted to re-inforced floors and stringers.
Deep keel bilge. Access provided as practical to the bilge. There are limber holes in the floor frames to allow drainage to the sump.
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Hand laid-up moulded Fiberglas with balsa core for stiffening and insulation and a high density core reinforcement incorporated in the mounting areas of winches and fittings.
The deck has a high strength/weight ratio and is bonded to the hull with layers of roving.
The deck is through bolted to the hull.
Teak decks including cockpit and coamings
Toerail to steal painted black. T-track recessed on top of toerail, aft of mast, for multi-purpose sheet take-off points. Stainless steel stanchion bases with strong eyes for sheet take-off points.
A pulpit and pushpit of best quality stainless steel tube are mounted on the bow and transom. Double life lines are installed passing through stainless steel stanchions.
The life lines are of stainless steel wire and set up with turnbuckles at the after end.
The pulpit is fitted with navigation lights and the pushpit with a stern light.
The height of pulpits, stanchions, spacing distance etc. conform to O.R.C. requirements.
Stainless steel handrail for main companionway is provided. Best quality marine standard hardware and fastenings used throughout.
Liferaft stowage provided in aft cockpit locker.
Keel & Rudder:
Bulb fin keel, cast to high accuracy, in lead with added antimony.
The keel is through bolted to the hull by cast-in stainless steel keel bolts
The cantilevered semi-elliptical balanced spade rudder is moulded from Fiberglas and filled with PVC-foam. Foam filling under high pressure in special strengthened mould.
The rudder stock is made of high strength, S-glass - Epoxy construction using "Vacu-Press" manufacturing system.
The rudder stock passes through self-aligning roller bearings and a stuffing box which is strongly bonded to the hull.
Rudder bearings overhauled - 2018
Engine & gearbox:
Yanmar 3JH5E 3-cylinder naturally asprirated marine diesel engine producing 39hp - 2019
Yanmar SD31 saildrive gearbox
Fresh¬water cooled engine.
Single lever engine control.
Engine hours - approx. 70 as of summer 2022
Propulsion & Steering:
MaxProp 3-bladed propeller
The steering is provided by a light weight "destroyer type" wheel The wheel is made of stainless steel, welded and polished construction. Baltic custom made pedestal.
The steerer has sprockets and non magnetic chains leading to steering cables. The steering cables are stainless steel wire and the cable sheaves have a score diameter of not less than 20 times the wire diameter.
The steering sheaves are mounted on brackets securely bonded to the structure.
One aluminium alloy tube emergency tiller, storage in cockpit locker.
12vDC domestic systems with 220vAC via shore-power or inverter
1x 115Ah 12vDC Exide engine start battery - 2021
3x 115Ah 12vDC AGM service batteries - 2021
Mastervolt BMT1 battery monitoring system - 2006
Mastervolt 3kw 220vAC inverter
12vDC Engine-mounted alternator
Activesol Light 75w solar panel - 2018
Solar chargemaster SCM-25 MPPT - 2018
Mastervolt 220vAC shore power system - 2019
PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS
The hot freshwater circuit is led into a Simar 18-litre well-insulated hot water tank, heated by engine or 220vAC immersion heater element (replaced 2021).
12vC bilge pump with override control at chart table
2x manual bilge pumps
All tanks are Baltic custom made in stainless steel with baffles and inspection covers.
Tanks are pressure tested.
Tank shut-offs provided.
A water separator is installed on the fuel line.
The tanks are securely laminated to the hull and foamed in for rigidity and sound insulation.
125 litre fuel capacity in 1x stainless steel tank
190 litre fresh water capacity in 2x stainless steel tanks
Blackwater holding tank - 2016
Blackwater hoses replaced - 2018
NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
Garmin GPS Map 5008 8" radar chart plotter display at helm - 2008
Garmin GPS Map 5012 12" radar chart platter display at chart table - 2008
Garmin GMR24HD 24Nm HD radar scanner on transom pole - 2008
Garmin AIS 600 AIS transponder - 2017
Alpha Marine Spectra autopilot - 1995
Autohelm ST50 wind, speed and depth displays with transducers - 1995
Autohelm ST50 multi repeater at chart table - 1995
Sailor RT 5022 VHF with DSC - 2009
Icom IC-M600 HF SSB radio - 1995
Double stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurised water
Fresh and sea water foot pumps
Alpes Inox 3-burner gimballed gas stove with oven
Top-opening Frigomar refrigerator with 12vDC compressor - 1995
Jabsco manual marine heads
Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with shower in heads
EberspacherD3LC 30w diesel fired cabin heating system
Sony DVP-F250 CD stereo with speakers - 2005
Summary of Accommodation:
Accommodation for up to 7 in forward and aft cabins, plus three further occasional berths in saloon.
Forward cabin with twin bunks, storage underneath, countertop.
Next aft is the salon with centerline drop leaf dining table, U- shaped settee to port, U-shaped settee to starboard, cabinets and shelves outboard above backrests. Infill to create double berth to port.
Next aft to port is the U-shaped walk-through galley
Opposite the galley is the nav. Station
The head with shower is located on starboard side aft of the nav station
Aft cabin on port with double berth and hanging locker
Joinery work is to the highest standard.
All joinery is teak-faced with solid teak or laminated teak frames and capping.
The joinery is varnished throughout.
Visible surfaces are varnished and handrubbed to obtain a satin type of surface.
All doors are provided with retaining hooks and swing stops.
Kick plates on steps and chafing pieces on sills are provided.
Cream cloth upholstery troughout
Curtains are provided for side windows and portlights, quality and colour for curtains according to samples.
Hanging lockers are provided with rods and hooks.
Locker doors are fitted with louvers for ventilation.
Teak gratings in head.
Floorboards with laid teak veneer.
Access to bilge provided where practical.
Ceiling lined with removable soft panelling.
Aluminium alloy mast and boom - painted white
Aluminium alloy spinnaker pole - painted white
Keel-stepped mast with 3-sets of spreaders
Discontinuous rod nitronix standing rigging
Navtec hydraulic backstay
Fredriksen adjustable babystay track
Genoa and staysail tracks on side decks
Harken low-friction ball-bearing battencar system with track on mast
Harken adjustable mainsheet traveller on coachroof
Harken manual genoa furler
Carbon bowsprit for asymmetric spinnaker
Spinnaker equipment for symmetrical and asymmetrical spinnakers
Spectra sheets and halyards
2x Lewmar 55ST 2-speed self-tailing primary winches in cockpit
2x Lewmar 46ST 2-speed self-tailing secondary winches in cockpit
2x Lewmar 43ST 2-speed self-tailing control line winches at companionway
3x Lewmar 40ST 2-speed self-tailing halyard winches at mast base
UK Sails laminate Tapedrive fully-battened mainsail - 2013
UK Sails laminate Tapedrive furling genoa - 2013
UK Sails Gennaker - 2013
Sobstad Double Platinum Kevlar racing mainsail - 2001
Sobstad Double Platinum Kevlar racing 150% furling genoa - 2001
Sobstad Double Platinum Kevlar racing 135% furling genoa - 2001
Zaoli spinnaker - 1998
Doyle medium spinnaker - 1995
Doyle asymmetric spinnaker with bowsprit - 1995
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and twin guardwire stanchions
Stainless steel radar antenna pole at transom with integral outboard davit
Carbon fibre passarelle
Covers & Canvas:
Grey canvas sprayhood with stainless steel frame - 2019
Stackpack for mainsail - 2019
Anchoring & Mooring:
Simpson Lawrence Airon 1,000w
20kg CQR anchor with 70m of 6mm chain
Warps and fenders
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.
Liferaft: Crewsaver ISO Ocean 6H hard, 2017, serviced 2018
EPIRB: Ocean Signal RescueMe EPIRB1 10v battery 2017
Fire blanket at galley
Lying Kotka, Finland
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: Jonas Renlund - Grabau international (Scandinavia)
Tel: +358 408098688
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- EUR 140,000incl. VAT
- apx. £ 120,500
- UltramariBoat Name
- 1995Year Built
- 12.00 m x 3.88 mLength x Beam
- 2.18 mDraught
- 6'800 kgDisplacement
- Fin KeelKeel Type
- 2 CabinsNo. of Cabins
- 6 bedsNo. of berths
- Yanmar 3JH5E 39hpEngine
- 125 l DieselFuel Type
- 70 hEngine Hours
Finland » Kotka
1995 Baltic Yachts 40, EUR 140,000
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