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Baltic Yachts: Evolution, not revolution

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Those of us lucky enough to cross an ocean or race offshore for any length of time will have an innate sense of appreciation and wonder at the beauty and power of the sea – it’s this very primal urge within us that binds us all together as sailors. And yet, as we know, some of the most important features of the sea and its ecosystems are under threat from human interference – most likely for the first time in the planet’s history.

Consequences now include measurable effects and influence on not just our aesthetic values as sailors but also the lives and well-being of those who depend on being on and around the sea.

Evolution and not revolution sounds less interesting perhaps than foil- driven hyperdrive super-eco, but when the level of refinement and development into what is a challenging genre of yacht reaches new heights, then it becomes very interesting indeed.

The brief for Baltic Yachts, as always, appears simple but it is the detail and execution that makes Liara a defining yacht. Following in the design footsteps of notable yachts such as Ribelle and Missy, the proven formula of exceptional performance combined with sweeping good looks delivered by the offices of Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design (MMYD) combined to take this genre of mid-sized performance superyachts to another level.

Liara started life on the drawing board at 110ft but it soon became apparent that to include the Baltic Yachts-developed RPS (retractable propulsion system as seen on Baltic 130 My Song) and everything else the client wanted, she would need to be lengthened to 112ft.

The boat needed to be competitive under superyacht rules, but also enable the owner to travel worldwide with all the luxuries of home. The compromise between cruising comfort and weight savings is always a tricky one, but this is a compromise Baltic Yachts are unmatched at delivering, to the extent that it never feels like a compromise at all, rather the melding of two objectives into an impeccable package.

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Lighter, stiffer, faster – together. The mantra, indeed credo of Baltic Yachts was the perfect fit for a yacht that was intended to refine a proven and successful formula, yet also to take it to the next level.

With a keen eye towards performance, Baltic Yachts was the obvious choice for the experienced client to build his vision for his third Liara. After two previous yachts of increasing size, which have cruised the world and taken part in the most prestigious regattas, there was a clear sense of identity within the project team – which was led by John Walker the co-skipper and Sebastian Allebrodt of A2B management – of what the yacht was intending to achieve.

Ensuring the yacht was nimble enough to outperform the competition was crucial and John Walker and the team at Baltic developed some innovative systems to keep Liara ahead of the game, specifically the genoa sheeting system which is ‘classic Baltic’. In other words, it’s complicated in concept but simple in execution. Baltic prides itself in developing smart solutions for client ideas and the genoa sheeting is just that.

Fingertip sail trimming from the cockpit with a triple-headed sailplan to manage created some complexities for a short-handed crew. For optimum sailing performance the ability to trim headsails in three dimensions – athwartships, fore and aft and vertically at the clew – is critical. Previously this would have been managed by a series of complicated barber-haulers, inhaulers and tackles requiring fiddly hardware and considerable manpower and, fatally, aesthetic compromise. Under the foredeck of the Baltic 112 are four Harken hydraulic rams lying fore and aft on the centreline. One is used to operate the backstay deflector while the other three control a three-part bridle attached to a central ring through which the headsail sheet is led. Instead of having to tweak separate haulers and tackles to alter the trim of the sail, which may involve a crewman going forward to make the adjustment, everything can be done from aft at the touch of a button.

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Co-skipper John Walker says: ‘Our aim was to have full control from the back of the boat, eliminating the need for tweakers and inhaulers. There are many ways to trim a sheet and you could do this with athwartships tracks, but I think we have a lightweight option that ticks all the boxes and looks good.’

Working in conjunction with this is a 350bar hydraulic system providing higher pressure to serve the many hydraulic functions on the yacht. Apart from the trimming system, they include three furlers, boom vang, mainsail cunningham, numerous mast winches, primary winches, secondaries, the anchor windlass, transom door, the RPS and keel lifting control. Until now most hydraulic systems have worked at 250bar. Ward Proctor of the Finland-based company Marine and Hydraulic says 350bar not only provides greater hydraulic capacity when demand is high – in a full-on gybe, for instance – but also requires smaller diameter high pressure stainless steel piping, plus smaller pumps and motors. ‘This all adds up to important weight and space saving,’ says Proctor. But will the system provide the hydraulic flow required in heavy demand manoeuvres on the racecourse? Walker says: ‘Time will tell! One thing I do know is the boys always want more “juice”! We are confident we’ll have the “grunt” we need and we’ve made some substantial weight savings too. I predict that this will be the new norm,’ he added. The bridle can be used on one of three headsails set on separate furlers, each of which sheets to roughly 100 per cent of the foretriangle. The system employs what is known as an absolute position indicator, which shows the trimmer the precise position of the pistons in the hydraulic cylinders at any given time.

Baltic Yachts’ in-house project manager Tommy Johansson says through strict adherence to weight schedules and the dedication of the team on the shop floor, ways have been found to further reduce weight. Liara’s final light ship displacement was measured at 88 tons.

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A major engineering challenge for Baltic Yachts and the project team was posed by the juxtaposition of the hull aperture for the RPS and the telescopic keel. ‘It took us eight months to plan and engineer this, but we remained on schedule,’ Johansson says.

The yacht’s original machinery configuration was for a single engine and twin generators, but it was decided to fit a 60kW alternator off one of the main engine PTOs so that one of the conventional generators could be discarded, saving space and weight. The main engine is offset and drives the RPS via a 90°degree bevel gearbox. With a large lithium ion battery bank Liara can run in “silent” mode for up to eight hours with all “hotel” services running.

MMYD worked carefully on the shape and positioning of hull appendages to reduce wetted surface and drag. Work was also done to streamline the “steps” created by the telescopic keel fin to make the section more hydro- dynamically efficient. Through-hull fittings were reduced to a minimum to further reduce drag and for the same reason it was decided to opt for a single rudder, which also reduced weight.

‘The other great advantage of a telescopic keel is that, unlike a conventional lifting keel, it doesn’t encroach into the accommodation so when we were working with Adam Lay on the interior we had an immediate advantage in the deck saloon,” McKeon says. The solid removeable bimini is a significant feature of Liara. Elegantly sculpted and blending seamlessly with the profile of the yacht, it is easily removeable for racing but when cruising it provides protection from the elements and creates an extended living space for the owner.

With her powerful sailplan, the RPS drive which also rotates to act as a stern thruster, telescopic keel, high pressure hydraulics system for faster line speeds and high voltage electrical specification, Liara displays the latest thinking for a multi-role superyacht.

An added benefit of both the hydraulic and electrical systems is that they require considerably smaller diameter pipework and lighter electrical cabling which saves weight and space. The weight saving programme is supported by titanium being used in everything from stanchions and deck fittings to the hydraulic oil reservoir.

Jeremy Elliott who heads up North Design Services reflects: ‘One particularly pleasing result was the development of a headsail sheeting system that enables a full range of jib trims to be achieved around an expansive glazed area with minimal loaded lines above deck.

‘The 3Di A0 reacher, incorporating the HELIX Top Down Luff Cord, takes best advantage of load sharing luff projection together with the cast iron guarantee of Top Down Furling – racing or cruising, day or night.’

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As an experienced yachtsman with a keen interest in engineering, the owner used the knowledge gained from his previous yachts to make Liara easy to handle by the core crew so that she could be quickly prepared for sailing. ‘By focusing on systems usability, these and other details make handling Liara’s running rigging and sail inventory much easier and faster so we can be sailing from anchor up in the shortest period of time,’ explains co-skipper Walker.

Both of Liara’s co-skippers, John Walker and Tom Haycock, who work on a rotational basis, have considerable experience in the J Class fleet and a lot of detailed deck design and ergonomics from that sphere of yachting has been used to help make Liara as easy as possible to sail.

Four hydraulic rams positioned under the foredeck provide touch button control of three-dimensional headsail sheeting bridles and rig deflectors, which enable the shape of the Southern Spars mast to be controlled. A “winch farm” by way of the mast partners, together with mast exit sheaves and rope tail compartments below deck level, can be hidden by sliding hatches once the yacht has been prepared for sea.

Further forward, asymmetric spinnakers and code sails each have dedicated bins so that they can be accessed and stowed quickly and easily. Right aft, Liara’s primary winches have been positioned abaft the steering positions enabling easy “cross-winching” – taking the headsail sheet to weather for trimming and other manoeuvres – and keeping the guest area completely free of running rigging.

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In conclusion, after the thousands of hours of refinement and development Liara has proven herself to be as swift as expected, but especially impressive is the extraordinary sense of well-being onboard. She is virtually silent, a key mandate of the owner and an area in which Baltic Yachts truly stands alone.

Baltic Yachts has, over the past decade, invested heavily in sound insulation aboard composite yachts and is consequentially ahead of the competition in this area. Careful studies have been undertaken on how to optimise the use of the sound deadening material in the correct places.

Already in the design phase Baltic ensures that all “noisy” equipment is positioned in the engine room (opposed to having it scattered all around the boat), which already is well insulated. All pieces of equipment (like pumps for example) are carefully selected based on their weight and noise output. It’s the Baltic approach to all projects, a team effort that starts with the engineers and continues through production and every Baltic team member on the shop floor. In another step ahead of the competition Baltic Yachts has also put a great deal of focus on the installation of piping, ensuring that pipework is not connected to the structure and that even the cabins are floating.

Baltic Yachts has again proved that a composite yacht can be silent.

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Zemi is also the third Baltic to be equipped with an electric propulsion system. Twin 129 kW Cummins generators provide grunt to a large bank of lithium-ion batteries that power an electric Danfoss motor. Baltic says the e-motor is quieter, cleaner, and smoother than traditional internal combustion mills. In fact, Zemi can cruise in “silent mode” sans emissions for long periods, according to the brand.

In addition, the yacht is equipped with twin rudders and a telescopic lifting keel with a 27-ton bulb that can reduce the draught from 20 feet to 13. It also has several headsail options that are suitable to different weather conditions.

Spearheaded by Andreas Martin-Löf, the interior features walnut and limestone veneers, sleek, modern furnishings, and cleverly integrated lighting. The main cockpit can be enjoyed in all conditions, with a fold-down spray hood and full-length removable bimini protecting guests from the elements. (Alternatively, the space can be left open for lounging in the sun.) Below deck lies a lounge, galley, and cabin for overnight journeys.

Another distinctive element of Zemi is McKeon trademark, wrap-over teak decking that runs from the bow right to the edge of the transom. The transom is expandable, too, meaning that the water is even easier to access from the swim platform. Also at the stern is a large garage that can hold a Williams tender.

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Perseverance 1: On board BOAT International's Sailing Yacht of the Year 2022

A classic profile belies the immense technical innovations found on board this award-winning sailing yacht. Risa Merl peeks inside Perseverance 1

When it comes to Baltic Yachts ’ 35.8-metre Perseverance 1 , what you see is not entirely what you get. Beneath her classically inspired yet restrained exterior is a wealth of high-tech innovations aimed at maximising performance and reducing energy consumption. She epitomises a winning blend of style and substance – so much so that she has earned multiple accolades, including being crowned Sailing Yacht of the Year at the 2022 World Superyacht Awards .

The owner’s previous yacht was a Dykstra 60, an 18-metre pilot cutter designed by Dykstra Naval Architects and launched at Claasen Shipyards in 2013. The brief for this smaller Perseverance was for a comfortable performance yacht with traditional exterior lines. The yacht was made to sail easily with minimal crew, and the owner, who has a passion for technology, also wanted to be able to easily carry out maintenance on all onboard systems himself.

The new yacht levels up these aims inside a much larger envelope; the owner stepped up nearly 20 metres in length. “The brief was to upscale the previous Dykstra 60 to a more modern, lightweight, high-performance superyacht, with an in-depth focus on and attention to energy consumption on board,” says Ryan Taylor, Perseverance 1 ’s captain.

The design was very much owner-driven.  The owner is an experienced yachtsman who chartered several larger sailing yachts to gain insight into what he liked before embarking on the new build.

“The client knew exactly what he wanted to achieve – this made for a very clear design brief from day one,” says Erik Wassen, senior designer at Dykstra Naval Architects. The owner, he continues, wished for “a very functional sailing yacht that would be responsive in light [Mediterranean] conditions but suitable for passagemaking worldwide, with easily adjustable sail configurations to match changing conditions. The exterior was to be classically elegant – pilot cutter-style with restrained looks, but a bold edge.”

The owner made it clear at the time of the Dykstra 60’s launch that, if he were to build another yacht, he would use the same design team, and he was true to his word for his first foray into the superyacht sphere. Dykstra penned the exterior and provided the naval architecture, while deVosdeVries Design once again created the interior. The two teams worked in concert on the general arrangement, space planning for long-range trips and the ability to charter. The band was back together, with the addition of a new member – Finland’s Baltic Yachts was chosen as the builder.

“Dykstra had several designs of varying sizes on their drawing board from which we started our discussions, which were quite technical from the start. [The owner’s] maritime and engineering background meant there was a lot of technical interest and knowledge brought to the project,” says Henry Hawkins, executive vice president  of Baltic Yachts. “Built for a true sailor, the boat had to sail well and be easily driven. Energy efficiency was a key topic also.”

Of course, sailing yachts are already a greener option than motor yachts but Perseverance 1 ’s owner wanted to push the eco-friendly limits further and reduce engine dependency as much as possible. As a result, the yacht has a diesel-electric propulsion train with high voltage battery banks that can be charged when sailing by turning the propeller. Electricity can be regenerated while under way, and in suitable conditions – 12-plus knots of breeze – regeneration alone will meet the yacht’s entire energy demands. “It also provided proof that these types of systems can be retrofitted into existing yachts,” says Hawkins.

Perseverance 1 distinguished herself in the 2022 World Superyacht Awards, winning in her category – Sailing Yachts 30 metres to 39.9 metres – and taking the Sailing Yacht of the Year title. The judges praised her efficient diesel-electric propulsion system and well-integrated technology that takes her batteries to full charge in just  4.5 hours and permits eight to nine hours of silent running at anchor.

“We have been able to efficiently regenerate power over an average of 20 to 25 kilowatts in about 16 to 20 knots of wind while still managing 12 to 14 knots of boat speed,” says Captain Taylor, who served as build captain. He joined the team in 2020 after finishing a seven-year stint on another Baltic, the 33-metre WinWin . Taylor also completed the build as engineer/mate of WinWin , so he was well rehearsed in the way Baltic operates, which was an asset to the Perseverance 1 project.

The owner sought to reduce energy consumption in other ways. He pushed for a seawater cooling system using only one controllable, variable-speed pump as opposed to pumps for each piece of equipment, which resulted in considerable energy savings.

“The owner was very keen to minimise the yacht’s footprint in the operational conditions as well,” says Wassen. To achieve this, sensors were installed to set the interior temperature based on whether the owner’s and guest cabins are occupied. When a cabin is not in use, the temperature threshold automatically adjusts to minimise energy demand.

Perseverance 1 ’s hull is of a modern design that was optimised by computational fluid dynamics calculations to minimise drag. The hull is equipped with a high-aspect rudder and lifting keel to enhance sailing capabilities. She performs well in light air, owing in part to her carbon-fibre spars and advanced construction materials. With an oversized rig and sail inventory that can make the most out of any wind speed above eight knots, Perseverance 1 is very efficient when under sail. “The other philosophy for the design that was originally requested was that she could easily sail at full power in 10 knots with little effort,” says Captain Taylor.

Perseverance 1 sails with an exceptionally light helm feel and a fast response. “My personal favourite space on board is behind the steering wheel as it is a real joy to helm the boat and feel the response of every change you make to sail trim or course,” says Wassen. Her sailing attributes were recognised during the Boat International Design & Innovation Awards where she won the award for Best Naval Architecture in the Sailing Yachts category. She scored points for a rig geometry  that allows for quick sail adaption to match environmental conditions, enabling her to sail for long periods.

Along with high performance, she is comfortable while under way. High bulwarks and deep cockpits keep guests and crew safe and dry. Notably, the bimini top over the guest cockpit can be raised or lowered while sailing to adjust to the circumstances. The bimini can be set at a position aligned with the deckhouse, which provides a nice, sheltered area for guests when under way while, in adverse conditions, it can be lowered entirely to form a lid on the cockpit coaming and protect the seat cushions.

The challenge came in fitting all the technical achievements and modern deck equipment into a minimalist exterior design. “As always, with low-profile yachts the space in the engine room was tight, meaning everything had to be carefully planned,” says Hawkins. Perseverance 1 fits into the Baltic philosophy in terms of being a lightweight, easily driven and highly innovative sailing machine, but she stands apart from the yard’s recent launches by way of her classic lines.

Classic, however, does not mean overly fussy. Dykstra was able to distil the lines of a Bristol pilot cutter, popularised in the 19th and early 20th centuries, down to its purest form. “Uncluttered, clean with understated elegance,” is how Wassen describes Perseverance 1 . Her two low and long deckhouses are wood-clad to resemble traditional construction methods. The wood is saturated with oil to have the warm glow of the grain without the gloss of varnish. Metal parts are bead-blasted rather than high-gloss, adding to the overall feel of understated elegance. “While looking classic, the transom is larger – and more modern – than on many comparable yachts,” he adds.

The owner’s previous yacht served as the starting point for the interior decor. “The brief for the design was relatively open,” says Michiel de Vos of deVosdeVries Design. “They liked the airy feel created by the contrast between veneered areas and painted upper bulkheads. Leather had to be incorporated into the detailing, and we had to make sure that there would be no large contrast between interior and exterior spaces.”

Though the interior is more modern than classic, what the exterior and interior share is a minimalist, unfussy sensibility. The decor is understated, with sharp lines, grey tones and subtle detailing. De Vos calls the motif “industrial chic”. The main furniture and wall panelling is in a whitish-grey stained oak, while floors are in a durable dark-grey stained maple, which is also used in joinery details and wall recesses. Saddle-stitched leather is used on the bed surrounds, handrails, wall panelling, and cabinet and door handles. Hardware is in a dark matt vintage patina with knurled surfaces.

“All materials, veneers, colours and hardware were to be robust but cool,” says de Vos. “The detailing is delicate, tactile but not outspoken, with slightly angled floor margins, nicely veneered grab rails and a curved oak cornice detail, where you can really see the craftmanship of the carpenters at Baltic Yachts.”

Perseverance 1 ’s double deckhouse design helps define the divide between guest and crew areas. Guest cabins are set forward on the yacht, while the crew areas extend aft to the crew deckhouse. The main deckhouse hosts the upper saloon, with its large dining table. The custom light fixture and corresponding wall sconces were developed and built by the owners themselves. In keeping with the yacht’s traditional exterior, individual rectangular windows are found on all sides of the deckhouse rather than a swath of continuous wraparound glazing, but the sightlines are still tremendous.

All of the guest cabins are found forward of the amidships engine room. The owner’s cabin is set in the bow, with a lobby connecting it to a private starboard side en suite. A further three guest cabins include a children’s bunk bedroom and double guest cabin to port, while a twin cabin is starboard. Each have their own bathrooms with custom-shaped Corian washbasins.

Both de Vos and Hawkins name the lower saloon as a favourite spot. A few steps down from the upper saloon, towards the aft, it can be used as a lounge, dining area or cinema, and even augmented to be shared between guests and crew. A television on a lift separates the saloon from the galley to port. When lowered it opens up the space, creating a buffet-style countertop. “This area has been designed as a multifunctional space where guests can enjoy a movie at night, but also have breakfast or dinner,” says de Vos. “It’s a really practical area where guests and crew can come together, especially on the longer charter trips.”

In less than a year after delivery, Perseverance 1 had already worked her sea legs, putting them to the test in the shakedown cruise alone. “We have travelled and sailed more than 6,500 nautical miles with the delivery from Baltic Yachts in Jakobstad, Finland, down to Malta, via Norway, the Netherlands and southern Spain,” says Captain Taylor.

“The departure from Kristiansand, Norway, was certainly timed well as we departed early morning to a building easterly breeze of around 18 to 22 knots on the planned route to Amsterdam with a true wind angle of around 120 to 130TWA. One reef in the mainsail and unfurling the  Code 0, and we were off sailing at speeds well in excess of 15 knots, seeing over 20 knots quite a few times.”

Wassen refers to Perseverance 1 as wearing a “bespoke costume” – a fitting description as the yacht is dressed in an exterior that implies a historical nautical past while concealing her future-forward underpinnings.

Energy efficiency, regenerative power, high-performance sailing, long-haul capabilities and comfortable living are all encased in a classic-looking yacht. There is certainly more to Perseverance 1 than meets the eye.

First published in the September 2022 issue of BOAT International. Get this magazine sent straight to your door, or subscribe and never miss an issue.

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Sailing the Baltic Sea: where to go

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Is the Baltic the new Mediterranean? Rachael Sprot takes a closer look at this underrated cruising ground

Knowing how to tie up to a rock is a vital skill when sailing the Baltic Sea. Credit: Martin Leisborn

Knowing how to tie up to a rock is a vital skill when sailing the Baltic Sea. Credit: Martin Leisborn Credit: Martin Leisborn

Sailing the Baltic Sea: where to go & the skills you need

‘Showers are destroyed,’ pronounced a workman, gesturing towards the dilapidated marina building at the Riga Yacht Club. I had no Latvian and he spoke very little English but valiantly explained the futility of my search.

We’d arrived in Riga at 0500. It was the end of April and according to the pilot charts the ice in the Gulf of Riga may have only just receded.

The generator, our main source of hot water, had packed up somewhere off Gdansk. So we were all a little crestfallen at the news. ‘WiFi?’ asked a crew member before hurriedly retracting it with, ‘just joking!’ as I glowered at him.

But I remember it now because it was the low point in an otherwise magical tour of the Baltic that inspired me to return and sail there again and again.

Sailing the Baltic Sea: Culture, history, wilderness

History and geography make the Baltic a rich and rewarding place to sail.

Hanseatic trade routes once crisscrossed the sea and a group of states grew around these maritime connections. As such it is uniquely suited to exploration by water.

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Sunset at a bustling eatery on Bohuslän. Credit: Frank Chmura/Alamy Stock Photo

The concentration of beautiful cities, many of them capitals, which you can sail right into is unrivalled.

It also played a pivotal role in some of the defining events of the 21st century: the first battle of the Second World War and the fall of the USSR began on its shores. But there’s wilderness too.

Sail out of Stockholm, Helsinki, Oslo or Gothenburg and you are soon surrounded by nature in tranquil archipelagos.

At its widest point it measures 150 miles across – far more compact the Mediterranean and a summer cruise could be done entirely day-sailing, especially since the days are so long.

At the height of the season there’s a festival atmosphere as everyone heads to the coast, but before July or by late August you’ll have it largely to yourself.

How to get to the Baltic Sea

The main challenge in sailing the Baltic Sea is getting there in the first place.

It’s 350 miles from Dover to Brunsbüttel, the start of the Kiel canal. There’s an Inshore Traffic Zone along the Dutch and German coasts keeping yachts clear of the busy shipping routes, but it’s a busy stretch of water and you’ll need to keep a careful lookout.

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Sailing boats on the Kiel Canal, Baltic coast, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Credit: Alamy Stock Photo

The Friesian islands make for lovely places to stop along the way, Vlieland has a good marina, easy access and picturesque scenery.

The duty-free island of Helgoland in the German Bight is also worth paying a visit if you need to top up on ‘essential’ supplies of the alcoholic kind.

The 53 miles of the Kiel or Nord-Ostsee canal is an event in itself. Sharing the narrow waterway with large ships is intimidating.

Yachts must keep clear by staying well to starboard and following instructions and light signals. Navigable during daylight hours only, the transit can be completed in a long summer day.

Riga, the capital of Estonia. Credit: Alamy Stock Photo

Riga, the capital of Latvia. Credit: Alamy Stock Photo

Alternatively spend a night in the marina at Rendsburg or one of several anchorages along the way and take a break from ship dodging.

Exiting the locks at Holtenau, you enter the large waterway of Kieler Förder, with excellent facilities and several good marinas.

From the north it’s just under 440 miles from Hartlepool to Skagen on the tip of Denmark. This route has different challenges.

Dense concentrations of shipping isn’t one of them, but there are wind farms to negotiate and oil rigs breathing fire into the night.

It can feel as though you’re crossing a construction site at times. Most rigs have a 500m exclusion zone and a patrol boat on standby.

Check the North Sea navigation warnings before departure and keep a listening watch on Channel 16.

For those with time, there are two alternatives to the Kiel canal: the Limfjord which cuts through the north of Denmark; and the much smaller Eider canal which runs north of the Kiel canal before joining it towards the end.

Both are lovely diversions if you have time.

Navigating the Baltic Sea

The Baltic Sea's cruising grounds. Credit: Maxine Heath

The Baltic Sea’s cruising grounds. Credit: Maxine Heath

The Baltic is a straightforward cruising ground compared with British waters.

There’s no tide as the body of water is too small to generate the oscillations which fringe the major oceans.

Instead, there’s a steady outpouring of water through the Kattegat, powered by the net input of freshwater from rivers.

Streams can reach a couple of knots in pinch points such as the Øresund between Copenhagen and Malmö.

In other areas, there are noticeable wind-driven currents. These are most pronounced after prolonged periods of the strong wind from the same direction, and they have the effect of changing the water levels too.

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An open pulpit, and bow ladder, will make Baltic mooring easier, whether in a marina or to a rock. Credit: Martin Leisborn

Consistent NE winds can cause a SW setting current which ‘drains’ the Gulf of Bothnia and Gulf of Finland, reducing depths by more than 1m in extreme scenarios.

Further south a combination of high pressure and wind-driven currents causes fluctuations of 0.1 – 0.3m.

For shallow passages you’ll need to take account of recent weather patterns and ask for local advice before committing.

Weather conditions are generally more benign than on our tempestuous Atlantic shores. In many areas there’s little fetch for a seastate to develop, although when it does it can be short and sharp.

The climate feels more continental than maritime, with colder winters and slightly warmer summers than the UK.

At the height of the season temperatures often reach 30°, and sea temperatures can be 20° in the archipelagos.

You might be pleasantly surprised by the cost of sailing the Baltic Sea. Although alcohol is considerably more expensive in the Nordic countries, you can stock up in Germany and Poland en route.

Berthing fees are generally fairly modest: even in Scandinavia they tend to be cheaper than those charged in the south coast of the UK, so the increased cost of other things tends to even itself out.

Berthing is often paid on an app and reserved in advance, which is a good idea in the height of season (July – mid-August).

It’s rare to see the harbour master doing rounds: they tend to rely on an honesty system. Many of the marinas are on a much smaller scale than the UK.

Facilities are admittedly much simpler but spotlessly clean.

It’s a breath of fresh air compared to more commercialised cruising grounds that are so popular elsewhere.

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Southern Denmark, Copenhagen and SW Sweden

A chart showing part of the Baltic Sea

Credit: Maxine Heath

Denmark and southern Sweden are easy to access and make an excellent introduction to Baltic cruising.

Many people pass through quickly on the way to the archipelagos further north, but gentle landscapes and pretty towns reward those hopping along the coast.

Copenhagen is the jewel in the crown of the southern Baltic. Tie up in the bustling old Nyhavn and be part of the action or one of the large marinas further north for a quiet night.

Though Danish, the island of Bornholm actually lies closer to Sweden. It’s known for its picturesque harbours, pristine beaches, round churches and traditional smokehouses.

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Colourful Copenhagen as seen from the Nyhavn Canal. Credit: Kim Petersen/Alamy Stock Photo

But it’s the tiny, fortified island of Christiansø, just east of Bornholm, which is a truly special spot.

The harbour feels as though it’s barely changed since the 1600s. The Swedish coast is low-lying here, with long stretches of beach flanked by some of the country’s best farmland.

There are few anchorages until you reach the SE corner, but the gorgeous town of Ystad, with its medieval timber houses, and Karlskrona, the UNESCO listed naval port, more than make up for it.

The ultimate stopping off point when heading to or from the east coast is Utklippen, a tiny fishing station formed by blasting a gap between two rocky islets.

North Denmark, Bohuslän Coast and Southern Norway

The fjords of southern Norway, such as here in Berefjord, are smaller than those further north, but are still dramatic places to explore

The fjords of southern Norway, such as here in Berefjord, are smaller than those further north, but are still dramatic places to explore

Heading north from Copenhagen into the Kattegat, most yachts have their eyes on Sweden’s Bohuslän coast.

The Skärgård, a tapestry of pink granite islands, fringes the mainland coast from Gothenburg up to the Norwegian border creating an inexhaustible cruising ground.

It’s a place where the locals moor alongside the rocks and cook crayfish on the BBQ.

There are lots of natural harbours, many of them former fishing stations, with timber huts painted in distinctive rust-red paint.

Navigation is intricate and challenging, but you’ll be rewarded with exhilarating passages in flat water.

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A natural harbour at Bogen Island, Bohuslän, west coast of Sweden. Credit: Alamy Stock Photo

Keep heading north and you’ll cross the border into Norway and eventually arrive in Oslo.

The skärgård continues but there’s added interest as we enter the land of the fjords. Although less dramatic than the deep fjords of the west coast, Oslofjord has lots of good cruising and it’s a great introduction to a country with the most spectacular coastline in Europe .

The topography of the Danish side means that harbours tend to be man-made, with sleepy fishing ports and rural landscapes.

The islands of Anholt and Læsø are both worth a stop for their beautiful beaches and Læsø’s seaweed-roofed huts.

The windswept dunes of Skagen form the northern tip of the country. It has a strong artistic heritage and is a busy holiday destination for the Danes, who often gather on the sandy strip where land turns imperceptibly to sea.

The coastline may not hold the same intrigue as the Swedish and Norwegian side, but you might find the elusive quality of hygge and decide to stay put instead, which would certainly save a few miles on the summer cruise!

Eastern Sweden and Finland

A chart showing sweden and finland

For me, the big decision is whether to aim for the east or west coast of Sweden. Both routes have beautiful archipelagos, lots of interest en route and wonderful cities.

If there were no real-life variables, Stockholm and the coastline south of it would clinch it for me. Stockholm is a waterside city in the truest sense.

The perfectly preserved wreck of the Vasa , a 17th-century warship which sank in the harbour on its maiden voyage, is now a museum on one of the city’s many islands.

The incredible story of how it was painstakingly raised and preserved is as astounding as the ship itself.

The surrounding archipelago is equally gorgeous and unlike the west coast the islands are clad in pine trees whose scent wafts out to sea.

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Islands of the Stockholm archipelago in autumn. Credit: Alamy Stock Photo

The large offshore islands of Gotland and Oland are fascinating places to stop en route. Both feature on the UNESCO list, Oland for its ancient agricultural landscape and Gotland for Visby, the hub of the Hanseatic League in medieval times and its 13th-century walled town.

Visby’s ramparts and winding lanes certainly rival Tuscany for atmosphere.

Before arriving in the Stockholm archipelago , the Blå Kusten or Blue Coast could easily distract you from your target.

It’s another long skärgård with wild islands, narrow sounds and total serenity. Often overlooked, it is just as beautiful as the better-known archipelagos.

The autonomous Åland archipelago between Sweden and Finland is a hallowed cruising ground for locals and visitors alike.

Yachts moored on an island in Finland

Many islands in Finland are privately owned. Seek permission before mooring. Credit: Katy Stickland

However, the fringe of skerries continues right along the coast of Finland to the Russian border, with Helsinki as a useful and attractive stopping point along the way.

Most islands are privately owned, so beware of encroaching on people’s privacy. A respectful crew are normally warmly received and often invited to use the sauna.

After a few days in Finland you realise the Swedish archipelagos were merely a warm-up act.

In some areas the islands are so densely packed that there’s more land than sea. By the end of a two-week cruise you’ll have an advanced diploma in rock-dodging, and much shorter fingernails.

The Gulf of Bothnia is a rather long cul-de-sac for foreign yachts, although the Finns, Swedes and Germans head up there to get away from it all.

It’s 350 miles to the top, which is also the border between Finland and Sweden. Head up there for solitude and wilderness.

Germany & Poland

A chart showing how to sail the Baltic Sea

If the Scandi-chic of the northern Baltic is a bit too much, or the price of beer has begun to wear thin, don’t miss a trip to the southern Baltic.

Many of the former Hanseatic towns along this coast have been painstakingly restored after damage in the Second World War.

Lubeck, Wismar and Stralsund all have UNESCO world heritage status.

With inexpensive marinas close to the centre of town, cobbled streets and town squares, you could easily while away a fortnight on this beautiful coastline.

Inside the beech-forested island of Rügen are the intriguing waterways of the Boddensee.

A town from the air surrounded by water

The Hanseatic town of Stralsund has UNESCO world heritage status. Credit: Iurii Buriak/Alamy Stock Photo

Take a detour through the reeds to Peenemünde, the factory where the V1 and V2 rockets were developed. It’s now a museum with a poignant message about the relationship between science and war.

The Polish coast is challenging, with long sandy stretches and ports which are often inaccessible in onshore winds.

Cruising takes the shape of long passages, followed by a few days in port to explore the surrounding area, rather than the island hopping of the north.

It’s worth taking the time to explore though, whether heading inshore to the extensive national parks, or beachcombing for nuggets of amber which wash up after gales.

Although out on a limb, Gdansk is unmissable.

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The chalk cliffs of Jasmund National Park on the island of Rugen make a striking backdrop. Credit: Aleksandr Ugorenkov/Alamy Stock Photo

The approach takes you past the Westerplatte, the peninsula that was attacked by the German warship Schleswig-Holstein on 1 September 1939, initiating the Second World War.

The route continues for a further 4 miles up through the shipyards, some derelict, some in use, which were the birthplace of the Solidarity Movement that was pivotal in the fall of the USSR.

In the heart of the city though, it’s the imposing medieval wooden crane which dominates the harbour.

Once the largest cargo crane in Europe, it was damaged in 1945 when 80 per cent of the city was destroyed in the final throes of the war.

Now restored, it’s a spectacular sight and a reminder that the city’s identity stretches much further than recent history.

Baltic States

A chart showing the Baltic States

A very different kind of adventure can be found on the coasts of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.

Riga and Tallinn are beautiful cities with UNESCO status and good marinas.

Cruising is cheaper here than it is in Scandinavia but English is not as widely spoken.

A lighthouse which can be seen while sailing the Baltic Sea

The lighthouse on the tip of Sorve Cape, Saaremaar, Estonia. Credit: Alamy Stock Photo

Despite this, foreign yachts are given a warm welcome and most people will generously engage in marina charades as you try to act out a washing machine.

The main cruising ground is the Estonian islands at the northern end of the Gulf of Riga. It provides plenty of opportunities for intricate pilotage and there’s often a sauna ashore for weary sailors.

Latvia has several commercial ports which are accessible to yachts, including Ventspils and Liepāja, both of which are about 90nm from Gotland.

Lithuania’s coastline is dominated by the Curonian Spit.

Stretching for over 60nm, the tree-clad sand dunes don’t offer much shelter to sailors but Klaipėda, Lithuania’s main port, is a pleasant town.

A laerge ship moored outside the cathedral in St Petersburg

The magical approach to St Petersburg is currently a no-go. Credit: Alamy Stock Photo

There are two Russian coasts in the Baltic: the Gulf of Finland from about 27°E, and Kaliningrad between Poland and Lithuania.

Even before this year they had a strong military presence.

In happier times, St Petersburg was the adventurer’s ultimate prize. Each year a few dozen yachts would apply for visas and make the approach via the TSS to this mesmerising city.

For now it is probably best given a wide berth.

Itineraries for sailing the Baltic Sea from Kiel

A chart showing routes for sailing the Baltic Sea

Germany, Bornhom and southern Sweden

Copenhagen & western Sweden

Circumnavigate Denmark

Denmark & western Sweden, exit via the Limfjord

Germany, Gdansk, Gotland & Sweden’s Blue Coast

Circumnavigate Sweden by cutting through the Göte Kanal

Denmark > Gothenburg > Bohuslän Coast – Oslofjord – Exit via the Skagerrak

Germany > Poland > Tallinn > Helsinki > Åland archipelago > Stockholm archipelago

Charts & Pilot books for sailing the Baltic Sea

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The RCCPF Baltic Sea Pilot guide is a good place to start when researching a trip. It gives a good overview of each area and is perfectly adequate if passing through. In the archipelagos though, a local pilot guide is essential.

The Swedish Hamnguiden are superb, with aerial photographs of every harbour and anchorage, showing what kind or berth or mooring is to be found, where to do a rock mooring , and where to drop the hook for a ‘normal’ anchorage.

Electronic chart coverage can be excellent, but it’s hard work passage planning on electronic charts, especially in intricate waters.

Most countries have their own leisure charts in easy-to-use format so that you can flip through as you follow a lead in the skerries.

They often have the recommended routes drawn on, including an indication of the maximum draught and are worth investing in if you’re planning to explore beyond the main ports.

German company NV produces inexpensive coverage of the southern Baltic. Chart packs are accompanied by a pilot book with harbour details.

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How to berth and anchor a yacht in the Baltic

  • Rachael Sprot
  • December 19, 2023

Rachael Sprot takes a look at the many skils needed to berth or anchor a yacht in the Baltic, from Y-berths to rock moorings

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The Baltic offers rich and extensive cruising grounds, but much of its appeal lies in the opportunity to anchor in remote archipelagos which require a few specialised techniques to confidently tie up.

It’s worth noting that the average yacht in the Baltic is smaller than those in the UK, with 30-35ft seemingly the standard size for a family cruiser. These are often boats built in the 1970s or 1980s with a narrow beam and low freeboard, which means boat handling tends to rely on a push and shove rather than springs and pivot points. Boats over 40ft are more unusual, although they can be accommodated.

There is very little alongside berthing in the Baltic. Last time I was there, a Finnish skipper of a 36-footer berthed alongside a wall took out his seamanship manual to remind himself how to spring off against a cross wind. He did it beautifully, there was no question of his seamanship, it was just a manoeuvre which is rarely required.

There are also very few cleats: the strong points onshore tend to be rings, so you can’t rely on lassoing the dock from the boat. You either need to get a crewmember close enough to feed a line through the ring, or use a boathook with a special mooring clip on it to secure to.

Marina berthing requires nifty line handling from the crew. Berths can be approached stern-to if that’s your preference, which will certainly make leaving the next day a bit easier, in which case just reverse the procedure to set a bowline first and then attach a stern line to the dock.

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Y berths are effective at separating boats but are not intended to be walked upon. Photo: Martin Leisborn

These wobbly structures look like finger berths but they aren’t designed for a person to stand on (as several British sailors have found out the hard way), they merely present a strong point for attaching to and separating the berths. It’s best to make sure you have lines and fenders rigged on both sides before coming in.

As you enter the berth a crewmember standing at the widest point of the boat needs to attach the windward sternline or midships line, depending on your preference. If double-handed, they can then give this to the helm before nipping ashore from the pulpit with the windward bowline. You then need to set up the other lines.

If the berth is very narrow fenders may need to be abandoned. Some Baltic yachts have a rubbing strake, but you can also drape a heavy line over the side to offer topsides protection.

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Box berths require the skipper to squeeze the boat between two piles. Photo: Martin Leisborn

A box berth is similar to a Y berth, but instead of a floating boom between each slot there are two piles to squeeze between.

Again, the key is to secure the windward sternline from midships as you glide past, perhaps with a big bowline lassoed over the top of the post, or a line passed around it. This way it can be pre-rigged for the helmsperson to pull in the slack. Once again the crew then needs to step off with a windward bow line.

In this case fenders can be quite a hindrance as they can get hung up on the posts. Some people prefer to have them lying on the side decks, ready to kick off once you’re through the gap, or rig them horizontally with a sail tie holding the bottom end up.

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Stern buoys are often found in busy harbours and can be some way off the dock. Photo: Martin Leisborn

Stern buoys are a more minimalist approach to berthing and often found in busy harbours. They consist simply of a tall mooring buoy some way off the pontoon. Again, a stern line needs to be attached on the way past, but bear in mind that stern buoys can be 20m or more from the dock, so it needs to be a long line which can be paid out. For ease of departure the next day it helps to set this line to slip, in which case it may need to be very long and requires careful management to ensure that whatever slack is paid out doesn’t end up around the prop.

Many local boats have a long metal hook to which they tie their mooring line, hook the buoy as they go past and then let go, the hook kept in place by gravity and line tension.

There’s usually only one stern buoy. It can be left to windward or leeward on approach and this will often depend on how the other yachts are lying. Securing it on the leeward side of the boat will help keep the yacht square to the dock in a cross wind.

Have your fenders deployed as it’s likely you’ll lie on the yacht next door until you’ve got the fore and aft lines tensioned.

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Rock moorings are not for the faint-hearted and require careful inspection for possible underwater protrusions. Photo: Chris Beeson/YM

Rock moorings

The only thing cooler than sailing through the lunar landscape of the Baltic archipelagos is tying up to a rock when you stop. Rock mooring can be done in two ways: bows-to with a kedge anchor or, for the very brave, alongside. Local knowledge, a decent pilot guide or reconnaissance by dinghy is required to identify suitable spots.

If approaching bows to, then the kedge needs to be deployed 2-3 boat lengths out. The helm can pay out the warp while the bow team focus on getting a line ashore. In some places there are mooring eyes in the rocks, but a tree or sturdy boulder also work. Snug up the kedge line to hold the bow off the rocks and drop back to give more clearance overnight.

Check the forecast for wind shifts – you need settled conditions or an offshore wind. You don’t want to end up beam on to a strong wind, as you’ll be entirely reliant on the kedge holding.

Many boats that cruise the Baltic have open pulpits or fold-down bow ladders to make stepping down onto the rock easier. Alternatively, a board lashed in place can make a useful step.

Mooring alongside a rock is not for the faint-hearted. You need to be certain that the rock face is clean with no underwater protrusions. You’ll also need to identify strong points to attach lines to before coming alongside. Some people use climbers’ crevice hooks, but these damage the rocks and should be avoided if possible. A couple of slim tyres are better than fenders as they’ll sink below the waterline. Start off mooring alongside for lunch stops only, and anchor off for a good night’s sleep.

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  • Discover the wonders of sailing the Baltic Sea: a complete guide

The Baltic is a unique destination with countless sailing routes and stunning locations to explore, offering new experiences and endless possibilities. It stands out from more typical destinations like Croatia , offering its own advantages and specific considerations to keep in mind. Whether the Baltic is the right fit for you depends on a few factors. Our guide includes recommended routes, must-visit places, potential challenges to be aware of, as well as tips and rules for sailing in this region — everything you need to know when planning your trip to the Baltic Sea.

Geographical delimitation

Our guide won't be focussing on a single country, but rather an entire region. The Baltic Sea encompasses Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, covering a vast area. It is one of the largest brackish seas, and is often considered the edge or arm of the Atlantic. Since it is an inland sea, it has an average depth of only 55 metres, with the deepest point located in the Swedish part measuring 459 metres.

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The Baltic Sea is inland.

Why sail the Baltic Sea?

Perhaps you've wondered: why sail in the Baltic when Croatia always has great weather? Here are some reasons why you should consider venturing further north.

Accessibility

The Baltic Sea area is strategically located as it provides easy accessibility to almost all parts of Europe by car, which can lead to significant cost savings on air travel.

Savings 

When it comes to expenses, it's worth noting the significant cost savings for meals and overnight stays in ports around the Baltic Sea. These costs are substantially lower compared to Croatia, making it a more affordable destination.

Fewer people 

If you prefer more freedom and fewer crowds while sailing, the Baltic Sea might be the perfect destination for you. Unlike the popular yachting spot of Croatia, the Baltic Sea remains relatively uncrowded, with fewer boats and less congestion even during high season. This means you can enjoy more flexibility and spontaneity, without having to plan your itinerary too far in advance or worry about making reservations at marinas well ahead of time.

Beautiful nature 

While many Mediterranean countries are known for their arid landscapes in the summer, the Baltic region boasts lush, evergreen nature. What's more, the area has remained largely untouched by human activity, creating a paradise for those who love unspoiled, natural landscapes.

Although we cannot guarantee favourable winds throughout your sailing trip, the Baltic Sea region benefits from frequent and consistent winds, providing a great sailing experience. So, you can rest assured that there will almost always be wind to power your vessel.

Weather and climate in the Baltic Sea

Shake off the stereotypical image of the Baltic as a harsh, cold and merely unwelcoming region, where the sea is wild, choppy and the water splashes high. Of course, the Baltic Sea is colder than the Mediterranean, but it's also a few latitudes further north. On the other hand, it is an area where there is very little chance of experiencing windlessness. The winds are favourable for sailors and those who enjoy trimming the sails will find a lot to like here. 

Sailors on discussion forums agree that there is often a so-called mythicization of the Baltic as a bad weather region. You will be surprised to know that in the summer season (July, August) temperatures here very often reach almost 30 degrees. In the high season, you can swim in the sea without any problems.

When to sail the Baltic?

During late May and early June, the Baltic Sea experiences the longest days, providing more time to enjoy the good weather. The summer season from June to August is also a great time to visit. However, for those seeking more adventurous and sporty experiences, the Baltic Sea can still be an attractive option from September onwards, although it may be less suitable for holidaymakers.

Paying and currency

Most sailors agree that they can make do with using euros and credit cards. Where they don't accept euros (machines in marinas) you can pay with a credit card. This means you don't necessarily need to exchange to Swedish, Danish or other kroner. 😊 But sometimes you may find that the shop will change the local currency into euros.

Who would we (not) recommend the Baltic to?

Sailing on the Baltic is suitable for all sailors who:

  • are tempted to try something different from the traditional sailing destinations,
  • enjoy racing the wind,
  • don't enjoy the hot days in southern Europe when it can be impossible to sleep at night and you easily get sunburnt during the day,
  • they're thinking of doing a more advanced skipper course.

On the other hand, we would not recommend sailing in the Baltic Sea:

  • those who like warm waters (Caribbean, Greece, etc.), because the water in the Baltic is a bit colder,
  • families with very young children, babies and toddlers,
  • complete sailing beginners as their first sailing trip after the skipper's course, as it is a more demanding area to navigate and sail.

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The Baltic region is easily accessible by various means of transportation, with many European destinations accessible through direct flights or transfers, such as Stockholm and Tallinn, respectively. You can also reach most places in the region by car overland, like Szczecin, or by ferry across the sea. In addition, the Baltic Sea countries have good rail services that can be combined with other modes of transport for convenient travel.

What makes the Baltic unique and what to look out for?

The Baltic is not the Mediterranean and has its own specific customs and yachting habits. What might surprise you, what differences to expect and what do we consider the main benefits?

Mooring bow to the pier 

This fact can be seen at a glance. In the Baltic, in the vast majority of cases, you dock at the pier with your bow. The stern therefore remains open towards the water. This may seem strange to some, but many Nordic boats do not have a gangway but only steps attached to the bow. However, this type of docking gives you more privacy but the downside is that it's not at all wheelchair accessible for people with less mobility.

Mooring between stakes 

For boaters who have never sailed up north, mooring the boat between wooden stakes will also be a novelty. If you know how to manoeuvre in harbours, you'll have nothing to worry about, it's just unusual.

Wooden stakes in a marina on the Baltic.

Wooden stakes in a marina on the Baltic.

No mooring ropes

Mooring ropes are not a common practice in the Baltic. You will come across the aforementioned wooden stakes, mooring buoys or transverse finger piers. It is also common here to moor boats together in a "raft" style, i.e. sideways to each other. So don't be alarmed if a boat does this to you, although it is customary to ask the owner or skipper for permission beforehand.

Paying at a machine 

In the Baltic ports, you shouldn't expect to encounter marina staff looking to make a quick profit by overcharging you. Instead, mooring fees for the pier are often paid at a machine located on the pier itself.

Save money on marinas 

If you're used to pier rates approaching the price of a luxury hotel in the Adriatic, then forget about it in the Baltics. In the north, marina prices are lower. In Germany specifically, marina prices are similar to those in the Mediterranean, but lower in Poland or Estonia.

Less dense yachting infrastructure 

You have to plan your voyage here more carefully. You certainly won't find a fully equipped marina or buoy in every bay. So be prepared for longer crossings.

More complicated navigation at sea 

In addition to the fact that there are plenty of fairways, channels and therefore cardinal marks and other markings at sea, you may encounter unexpected shoals that are not always marked on charts and plotters. It is therefore important to be vigilant at all times.

Cardinal mark at sea.

The Germans and Swedes are meticulous in their marking.

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What preparations to make before sailing on the baltic sea.

As the Baltic Sea presents different sailing conditions from those in Croatia, it's important to acquire relevant knowledge and skills before embarking on a sailing trip.

Colreg and brands

Before sailing in the Baltic Sea, it's important for the skipper to have a good understanding of the sea markings, such as cardinal and lateral marks, as well as the Colreg rules, including the rules of the fairway. It's crucial to study terms like "channel" and "divided navigation section" to be prepared for navigating in the Baltic Sea. With a lot of cargo ships and busy shipping lanes and canals, it's important to be aware of the heavy traffic in some areas. While it's important to follow Colreg rules, it's also important to use common sense and stay safe, as a big container ship won't always give way even if you have the right of way. In some situations, it may be better to avoid the ship altogether and sail around it in a big arc.

What can AIS do? 

AIS, or Automatic Identification System , can be a valuable tool when sailing in the Baltic Sea, particularly if you plan to sail after dark. It allows you to track the position and course of large ships in your vicinity, providing valuable information for safe navigation. To ensure that you are able to use this system on your boat, check with the charter company and ask them to demonstrate how to turn it on.

Watch a video 

To get a better idea of what to expect while sailing in the Baltic, check out YouTube videos showing the unique features of the region, such as docking at wooden stakes. These specialties are not commonly encountered by Mediterranean sailors and can provide valuable insight into the specific practices and customs of the Baltic.

Sailing related vocabulary

It's worth noting that there are many regional terms and expressions used in the Baltic that may be unfamiliar to Mediterranean sailors. For instance, "hafenmeister" means "harbourmaster". While you can learn many of these terms on the spot, we suggest reading some yachting forums and familiarizing yourself with the Baltic vocabulary before setting sail.

YACHTING.COM TIP: Although AIS is not mandatory on small boats, any aid that can help prevent a collision is welcome on board. Find out about it in our guide,  What is AIS and how does it work? .

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It doesn't hurt to brush up on the basics of navigation in classic nautical charts before sailing the Baltic.

What equipment to bring to the Baltic?

When sailing in the Baltic Sea, it's important to be prepared for a range of weather conditions, including hot days and rain as well as sudden winds. Even if the harbor is calm, you may encounter strong winds of up to 30 knots once you're out at sea. To avoid any mishaps, it's essential to have the right equipment on board. Some of the items you shouldn't overlook include:

  • Waterproof sailing jacket and trousers (can I rent if you don't want to buy your own)
  • Thermal underwear
  • Warm socks (we recommend merino wool)
  • 2 hats in case you lose one (which happens unexpectedly often)
  • Sailing gloves
  • Neck warmer
  • Good quality life jacket
  • Sleeping bag
  • Hand cream (the wind dries you out)

The captains are advised to carry a lifeline, which can be installed on the deck of the boat and used by the crew with a harness as they move around.

YACHTING.COM TIP: For more tips on how to kit yourself out and what gear to wear for sailing, even in colder destinations, check out our guide — How to choose sailing clothing: what to wear .

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Must-see Baltic destinations

What places must not be missed in any case?

Copenhagen (Denmark) 

If you've never visited this Danish gem, it's a must on your voyage. Anchoring in the heart of the city is a treat, and a stroll around the harbour in the early evening or a photo with Hans Christian Andersen's Little Mermaid is a must-do activity.

Bornholm Island (Denmark) 

If you're sailing in the Baltic, this island should be high on your list. It's a popular destination for yachters and offers beautiful sandy beaches, including Dueodde Beach, which is considered the sunniest spot in Denmark. The island is also great for cycling, kayaking, windsurfing, diving, and even rock climbing. Anchor your boat in Hammerhavn, Ronne, or Svaneke and explore all that the island has to offer.

Ronne on Bornholm

The small town of Ronne on the island of Bornholm is picturesque.

The islets of Christiansø and Frederiksø (Denmark )

Connected by a swinging bridge, these small islands are mostly inhabited by local fishermen and artists. With their remote location, they offer a unique charm and a chance to experience a peaceful getaway.

Marstal (Denmark) 

If you're looking for a relaxing spot to park your boat, Marstal marina is a great option. The town boasts a beautiful maritime museum, and there's also a nearby beach where you can go for a swim in the sea. It's the perfect place to unwind and recharge.

Marina Kåseberga (Sweden) 

Most sailors agree that Kåseberga marina is a particularly beautiful spot. Visitors should pay berthing fees at the local shop, and be careful of the shallow boat launching rails when entering. Not far from the marina is Ales Stenar, an old stone resembling the more famous Stonehenge. Here you can tap mystical energy.

Malmö (Sweden) 

Malmö, the third largest city in Sweden after Stockholm and Gothenburg, was highly industrialized until the end of the millennium. Today, while it still has many historical buildings, it is a city of contrasts, with modern skyscrapers popping up alongside traditional architecture. Walking in the city centre, with its little houses by the canal, can make you feel like you've entered another world.

Malmö (Sweden) is amazing.

Malmö is amazing.

Stralsund (Germany) 

This is a former Hanseatic city with a maritime museum, numerous historical buildings and restaurants. It is well worth a visit.

Marina Kołobrzeg (Poland) 

This modern marina offers a full range of yachting infrastructure, including berthing facilities and supplies, making it a convenient stopover for sailors.

Świnoujście (also Svinoústí or Ústí nad Svinou) 

Świnoujście is not only a strategic location for shipping, but also a spa town. In addition to being home to the tallest lighthouse in Poland, the town's charming atmosphere is sure to win you over.

YACHTING.COM TIP:  We have written a specific itinerary for you in our article —  Sailing the untamed Baltic: get inspired by our route .

Boats available on the Baltic

Opting for a smaller sailboat when renting on the Baltic is advisable as it allows for easier access to the marinas and navigating under bridges. The shallower draft is also beneficial due to the frequent shoals in the region. While the rental market offers a variety of sailboat options, Bavaria, Hanse, Dufour, and Sun Odyssey tend to dominate the charter industry in the Baltic Sea.

We recommend the Bavaria 32 Cruiser, Linnea or the larger Bavaria 40 Cruiser, Ester . Also very popular are the Dufour 375 Grand Large , Smilla or the Sun Odyssey 439, Bowmore .

What food to sample on the Baltic Sea?

To truly appreciate the beauty of the Baltic region, it is essential to indulge in its delectable cuisine. The local seafood is a must-try, boasting of its freshness and distinctive aroma. Smoked fish is a specialty that should not be missed, with a variety of fish, from small sardines to large ones, being prepared in the smoker. Another local delicacy to try is the pickled fish, which can be enjoyed in a fresh baguette or paired with calamari tripe soup. To complete the meal, wash it down with a refreshing Tuborg beer.

Additional activities to sailing in the Baltic

In addition to sailing, the Baltic offers a variety of water and land-based activities. For instance, Rügen boasts numerous kitesurfing spots, while the coast of Poland is renowned for its high-quality cycle paths. Sightseers can explore the many lighthouses dotting the coast, while fishing enthusiasts can try their luck in the Baltic's waters. While the fishing may not be as bountiful as in Norway, it's still possible to reel in some good catches. Be sure to check for necessary permits before casting your line. With plenty of things to see and do, there's no chance of getting bored.

Kitesurfer in the Baltic Sea

You need a wetsuit for water sports, but fans of kitesurfing, windsurfing or kayaking will have fun here.

Would you like a boat on the Baltic? Let me know.

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Baltic Yachts has been commissioned to build an ultra lightweight, 111ft superyacht described as ‘one of the most extreme projects Baltic has undertaken’.

Designed for fast coastal and offshore sailing, Baltic 111 Custom will begin construction in April taking full advantage of Baltic Yachts’ ability to build an advanced composite structure to the most exacting standards, creating a modern, stylish living platform within a high-performance design envelope.   The new yacht, described as a ‘ground-breaking design with spectacular technical solutions’ is an extremely weight sensitive project, a key reason why Baltic Yachts was selected. The company’s proven track record and expertise in calculating weight, monitoring it during build and achieving design targets, were decisive in the choice of builder, as were Baltic Yachts’ problem-solving abilities through innovation and attention to detail. Baltic Yachts CEO Anders Kurtén, said:

“This stunning new yacht will break new ground in leading edge technology, a challenge I am confident the entire Baltic Family is ready to meet. Winning this contract reflects our almost 50-year pledge to build Light, Stiff and Fast. We can’t wait to get started!” Baltic Yachts will be working with a highly skilled team assembled by designer Jarkko Jämsén, and including in-demand Spanish race boat naval architects Botin Partners, and with structural engineering provided by PURE Design and Engineering. Project Manager Sam Evans and project Co-ordinator Mattias Svenlin will lead Baltic’s internal team, while externally A2B Marine Projects, will be responsible for project management.   Interior and exterior design are by award-winning Finnish designer, Jarkko Jämsén. With light weight and performance the over-arching features of the project, the new yacht’s interior will be minimalist and modern in style.   To save weight, the yacht’s structure will be used as part of the interior and materials like bamboo and rattan will feature in the finish. A luxury interior with a fully-fitted galley and air conditioning throughout will add to the challenge of hitting weight targets with precision.   The Baltic 111 Custom is scheduled to launch in May 2023.  

DESIGN Concept: Jarkko Jämsén Naval architect: Botin Partners Exterior and Interior design: Jarkko Jämsén Structural engineering: PURE Design and Engineering Owner’s representative: A2B Marine Projects

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BATTLE OF THE BALTICS

26 march 2019.

Hetairos claims spectacular win in St Barths Bucket 2019

Congratulations to Hetairos, her owner and crew who won her class and the overall trophy at this year’s St Barths Bucket after a spectacular final day’s racing in which five Baltics finished within 63 seconds of each other after a 21-mile race!

With similar scores lines Baltic 197 Hetairos (1,3,2) and Baltic 108 WinWin (2,1,3) were tied at the end of the regatta, but because Hetairos was ahead of WinWin on the final day the prize was hers.

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Baltic Yachts’ chief executive officer Henry Hawkins, who attended the event, said that the racing was very close this year as the wind built steadily over the three-day regatta.

“It’s the boat that makes the fewest mistakes that wins. It’s been a remarkable event for Baltic – a Baltic regatta within a regatta – very special!” said Henry.

Matthew Lester, who was racing aboard WinWin said that the results went down to the wire with the final run into the finish on the final day creating an incredible spectacle with My Song just ahead of Hetairos and WinWin.

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He said that My Song showed impressive speed during the regatta managing to hold off the much larger Hetairos upwind, but on the downwind legs the big ketch ‘put everything up’ and was gone.  Nonetheless, My Song’s 4 th , 2 nd and 1 st over the three days displayed her potential.

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This year’s St Barths Bucket raised money for the Help St Barths – St Barths Initiative charity which is raising money for the recovery programme following Hurricane Irma in 2017. Money was also raised for Coral Restoration of St. Barths and for the Youth Sailing Program at the St Barths Yacht Club.

Congratulations to all those taking part! For complete results go to https://bucketregatta.com

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History of Baltic Yachts

Baltic Yachts is a world-leading yacht builder that's built on a strong heritage of design and engineering excellence. The company was founded in 1973 by a team of experienced yachtsmen and craftsmen who sought to create a range of high-performance, custom-made yachts that blended innovative technology with traditional craftsmanship. Since its inception, the Finland-based company has consistently pushed the boundaries of yacht design and construction, establishing itself as a market leader in the luxury yacht sector.

The boat manufacturer started operations in the village of Bosund on the west coast of Finland. The early years were focused on catering to the local market, but Baltic Yachts quickly gained international recognition, with its sailboats being praised for their advanced design, excellent performance, and superior build quality. Significant milestones in the company's history include launching the cutting-edge Baltic 141 Canova in 2019, which showcased the manufacturer's technological prowess with its innovative DSS foil system.

Today, Baltic Yachts continues its tradition of excellence at its state-of-the-art shipyard in Jakobstad, Finland. The shipyard is renowned for its advanced facilities and skilled workforce, excelling in carbon fibre technology to deliver some of the world's most advanced yachts. Despite progressing towards larger and more complex yachts, the company remains true to its core values, delivering boats of exceptional quality and performance that exemplify the best of Scandinavian design and craftsmanship.

Which models do Baltic Yachts produce?

Baltic Yachts produce a range of boats including the Baltic Yachts 51 , Baltic Yachts 66 , Baltic Yachts 46 and Baltic Yachts 62 . For the full list of Baltic Yachts models currently listed on TheYachtMarket.com, see the model list in the search options on this page.

What types of boats do Baltic Yachts build?

Baltic Yachts manufactures a range of different types of boats. The ones listed on TheYachtMarket include Sloop , Cruiser , Cruiser/racer , Offshore cruiser and Bluewater cruiser .

How much does a boat from Baltic Yachts cost?

Used boats from Baltic Yachts on TheYachtMarket.com range in price from £46,500 GBP to £2,100,000 GBP with an average price of £543,000 GBP . A wide range of factors can affect the price of used boats from Baltic Yachts, for example the model, age and condition.

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Correcting a clerical error in a California judgment

Correcting a clerical error in a california judgment is the topic of this blog post. .

Correcting a clerical error in a judgment in California requires that a motion be filed with the court under the provisions of Code of Civil Procedure section 473(d).

This motion is used to correct inadvertence or errors in recording the judgment. However it should be noted that it cannot be used to contest the intended terms of the judgment. The motion can also request that the judgment be amended nunc pro tunc as of the date the original judgment was entered. A motion to amend a judgment in California to correct a clerical error is filed on the grounds that the recorded terms of the judgment do not agree with the outcome indicated when the judgment was initially declared. This motion is a very limited tool as it is authorized to be used only to correct clerical errors. However a trial court is given very broad discretion in classifying such errors as an omission or mistake in a judgment; a misdescription in a judgment, inadvertence in signing a faulty judgment, and an ambiguity in a judgment. The characterization of an error in a judgment as clerical rather than judicial is critical as a clerical error can be corrected at any time, sua sponte by the court or on a motion from one of the parties, even years after the case has closed. But a judicial error can be only corrected on a motion for new trial or on a motion to vacate and enter a new judgment. Thus the party who is seeking to persuade the court that the error was merely clerical must be very careful and also aware of how to properly characterize the error, and be sure that the error is in fact clerical and not judicial. However it should also be noted that there are many instances in which an omission or mistake in a judgment has been characterized as a clerical error. These instances include: An omission in the determination of an account and decree of distribution involving the probate of an estate; The failure to include a direction that one party pay another party's attorney's and accountant's fees when recording a judgment; The failure of a judgment to clearly name the defendants, and to state their liability to the plaintiff, and The California Supreme Court stated in a case decided over 75 years ago that California Courts have the power to correct clerical errors in their judgments at any time, regardless of how much time has passed since the error was made or the judgment entered. See Estate of Goldberg (1938) 10 C2d 709, 717. In that case the Supreme Court stated that a hearing and the resulting order nunc pro tunc correcting a clerical error in a decree of final distribution of an estate 35 years after the original entry was valid. The California Supreme Court has also stated in a case decided over 40 years ago that all courts have the inherent power to enter an order entering a judgment nunc pro tunc All courts have the inherent power to enter orders for judgments nunc pro tunc so that the judgment will be held effective as of the date on which it was actually entered. Used in the right situations, a motion to amend a judgment to correct a clerical error can allow the moving party to correct a clerical error in a judgment, even if years or decades have passed since the date of the original judgment or decree. But the motion should only be used in the right situations. Attorneys or parties in California who would like to view a portion of a 14 page sample motion to amend a judgment to correct a clerical error containing brief instructions, a memorandum of points and authorities with citations to case law and statutory authority; sample declaration, proposed order and proof of service by mail sold by the author can see below. 

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Manufacturer's Identification Codes (MIC) & Vessel Hull Identification Numbers (HIN)

To facilitate the identifying, registering, importing and exporting of vessels, especially recreational vessels, many countries have developed uniform methods to apply identification numbers such as a Hull Identification Number (HIN). The HIN may be preceded by an optional country of origin identifier consisting of a two letter Alpha-2 ISO Code/Abbreviations for the country followed by a "-" (dash). For example, "CA-" identifies Canada as the vessel's country of origin. "GB-" identifies the United Kingdom as the country of origin, and "US-" identifies the United States as the country of origin as shown below.

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Some HINs are stamped, etched or printed on plates or decals which are then attached to the vessels' hull in the location required by statute. The above HIN however shows the appearance of one created using a special Dymo "Reverse Emboss" labeler and the label was then pasted to the transom surface of the female mold before the laying of the gelcoat and fiberglass. The "SER" MIC identifies the builder as "Sea Ray". The regulation allows the twelve character HIN to be followed by characters created by the builder for their use such as to identify the boat model, specs, etc. provided that these characters are clearly separated from the HIN.

The HIN above lacks the last two of the twelve required characters. It is missing the model year characters and therefore does not meet the required HIN format as described below. This could have been a mistake at the factory, but it should have been caught there. Is this an altered HIN? Is this a stolen boat? This HIN will undoubtedly cause problems for the owner or buyer.

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CFR Title 33 → Chapter I → Subchapter S → Part 181  → Subpart C—Identification of Boats

The above United States Code of Federal Regulations require recreational boats sold or imported into the United States after November 1, 1972 to have a twelve character Hull Identification Number (HIN).

The first three characters of the HIN are the Manufacturer’s Identification Code (MIC). Manufacturers and importers are required to apply in writing to the United States Coast Guard for assignment of a MIC. The Coast Guard maintains a database of all MICs for recreational boat manufacturers in the United States and in Canada, plus U.S. importers of recreational boats. This database contains active and inactive (out of business) manufacturers, and importers. The linked database pages show dates active, contact information, location and whether the MIC had ever been assigned to a different name or manufacturer.

Following the MIC, the US HIN consists of the vessel's five character hull serial number (HIN characters 4∼8) followed by the vessel's four character date of certification or manufacture (HIN characters 9∼12). The date indicated can be no earlier than the date construction or assembly began and no later than the date the boat leaves the place of manufacture or assembly or is imported into the United States for the purposes of sale. From November 1, 1972 until July 31, 1984 this date can take one of two formats. In the format commonly called the " Straight−Date format ", the first two characters were the numbers for the month and the 3rd and 4th characters were the last two numbers of the year. Therefore 1278 = December, 1978.

Straight-Date Format ABC12345 1278 = December, 1978

Since this format did not include the model year of the vessel, an optional "date" format was allowed that started with the letter "M" for " Model Year Format ". The 2nd and 3rd characters of the date were the last two numbers of the model year. This format insisted that the model year ran from August of the previous year to July of the model year, whence, the 4th character was a letter code that represented the month beginning with: A=AUG, B=SEP, C=OCT, D=NOV, E=DEC, F=JAN, G=FEB, H=MAR, I=APR, J=MAY, K=JUN & L=JUL. For example, M73D = 1973 model year, but the date of certification/manufacture was actually November, 1972. M73G = 1973 model year, and the date of certification/manufacture was February, 1973.

Model Year Format ABC12345 M73D  = November, 1972 (date of certification/manufacture) ABC12345 M73G  = February, 1973 (date of certification/manufacture) Both are  Model Year 1973

These two formats proved to be confusing and troublesome especially if the vessel required a long time to complete, so since August 1, 1984 a 3rd format became required for all new vessels that combined the date of certification/ manufacture and the model year. The 1st character is a letter for the month as follows: A=JAN, B=FEB, C=MAR, D=APR, E=MAY, F=JUN, G=JUL, H=AUG, I=SEP, J=OCT, K=NOV & L=DEC, The 2nd character is the last number of the year of certification or manufacture. The 3rd and 4th characters are the last two numbers of the model year. Therefore K485 = November, 1984 for the date of certification/manufacture and 1985 is the model year. B585 = February, 1985 as the date of certification/manufacture and 1985 is the model year. Since most boats can be built in less then 10 years, this format has worked well.

Current Format ABC12345 K485 =  November, 1984 (date of certification/manufacture) ABC12345 B585 = February, 1985 (date of certification/manufacture) Both are Model Year 1985

A second "concealed" placement of the HIN must be provided on each vessel by the builder or importer in an undisclosed location that is available to law enforcement in order for them to determine the identity of the vessel, ownership, etc. in the event that the displayed HIN is altered, damaged, destroyed, removed, etc.

Vessels that do not display officially assigned HINs, such as homemade vessels and vessels build before the effective date of the above regulations, are usually assigned a unique HIN by the numbering authority (such as a US state) when it is registered. The MIC section (first three digits) of this HIN will identify the numbering authority. Most early US HINs used the standard two-letter state abbreviations followed by the letter "Z". But, later US HINs used the two−letter vessel registration prefix abbreviation for the state followed by the letter "Z". These two abbreviations were not always the same. For example, Washington State used WAZ (early) & WNZ (later). The numbering authority will usually supply a decal or plate with the assigned HIN as shown below which is then attached as required by the regulations. Owners would do well to protect these decals so they do not deteriorate to the point that they become unreadable.

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In 1982, Canada adopted the US HIN format and placement as described in Transport Canada Small Vessel Regulations Part 9 and TP 1332 Section 1.0 Hull Serial Numbers . Several other countries have also adopted the US HIN format and placement. In Europe, ships are given a Craft Identification Number (CIN) or Hull Identification Number (HIN), standardized in ISO 10087:2022 . The numbers are a permanent, unique, fourteen-digit alphanumeric identifier issued to all marine vessels in Europe. The numbering system is mandated by the European Recreational Craft Directive and descended from the American system. An example CID/HIN might appear as “GB-ABC00042-A8-99”, where “GB” is the ISO 3166-1 country code for Great Britain, “ABC” would be the Acme Boat Company’s Manufacturer Identity Code (MIC); “00042” would be the forty-second hull constructed by the organisation; “A8” would be January 1998 for the date that the keel was laid to the nearest month and “99” denoted as the model year 1999. Months are denoted from A∼L for January∼December like the latest US system. See UK Marine Laws for more.

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EverythingAboutBoats.org Vendor Directory of Archived US & Canada MICs 111∼BZZ , C11∼EZZ , F11∼HZZ , I11∼KZZ , L11∼NZZ , O11∼QZZ , R11∼TZZ , U11∼WZZ , X11∼ZZZ*. *MICs X11∼ZZZ are shown below.

MIC COMPANY CITY ST
XAA BAHAMA INDUSTRIES INC LA QUINTA CA
XAB XABOO INC COPIAGUE NY
XAC COMMANDO PLASTICS INC CUDAHY CA
XAD OMNIFLOAT INC PHOENIX CA
XAE COASTAL FBGLS SERV PASADENA TX
XAF CUSTOM ALUMINUM BOAT NEW IBERIA LA
XAG AEGEAN INC ALAMEDA CA
XAH STUMP KNOCKER BOATS HEADLAND AL
XAI ADVANCE BOAT COMPANY ROBBINSTON ME
XAJ SOL SIMON SALES INC MADISON HTS MI
XAK OAKES MANUFACTURING ASOTIN WA
XAL GAMEFISHERMAN INC STUART FL
XAM AMERICAN SCULLING CARLISLE PA
XAN ALLEN MARINE MFG INC POMONA CA
XAO ITALIAN MARINE INC MIAMI FL
XAP THOMAS H LE MAITRE & ASSOC LANGHORNE PA
XAQ AQUARIUS INFLATABLES COSTA MESA CA
XAR AMERICAN RUBBERBASE INC CULVER CITY CA
XAS SR SAILBOATS ST PETERSBURG FL
XAT COLE MOTOR BOAT CO CLOVIS CA
XAU ALSHAALI MARINE USA INC SEATTLE WA
XAV COASTLINE BOAT BLDRS PERRINE FL
XAW AZ YACHT DEALERS SOUTHFIELD MI
XAX AZIMUT YACHTS (DBA) FT LAUDERDALE FL
XAY ITS A YAR LTD ALANSON MI
XAZ AB INFLATABLES MIAMI FL
XBA BAS TRADING GROUP INC ARLINGTON TX
XBB BAGACAY BOAT WORKS LONG BEACH MS
XBC BESTWAY USA INC PHOENIX AZ
XBD AIRGATOR INC ORLANDO FL
XBE CONTENDER BOATS INC GRAPEVINE TX
XBF STOREBRO BRUKS AB STOREBRO NU
XBG SOUND BUILT BOATS WOODINVILLE WA
XBH THE OLD BOAT HOUSE SEATTLE WA
XBI BAY STATE INTERNATIONAL FRAMINGHAM MA
XBJ BBS PRODUCTS VAN NUYS CA
XBK OLLE BULOW AB STOCKHOLM NU
XBL NORTH BAY BOATS LTD WELLESLEY MA
XBM BARRETT MARINE CO DANBURY CT
XBN X BOAT DESIGNS LLC HOUSTON TX
XBO BOUNTY INTERNATIONAL DIST INC FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XBP ABC PRODUCTS BOTHELL WA
XBQ MAAS BOAT CO. RICHMOND CA
XBR OBRIEN MFG REDMOND WA
XBS OLSEN BOATS & SAILS RENTON WA
XBT XTREAM BOATS BULL SHOALS AR
XBU AMERICAN TOPCAT II TORRANCE CA
XBV BLACK MARLIN INC COCOA BEACH FL
XBW XCELERATOR BOATWORKS INC STATESVILLE NC
XBX SEMINOLE BOATS INC SANFORD FL
XBY SOUTHCOAST BOATYD LTD CORK HARBOUR NU
XBZ STARRK MOON KAYAKS HAVRE DE GRACE MD
XCA ICON BOAT WORKS INC. NEW STRAWN KS
XCB X-CALIBUR INC KOSSUTH MS
XCC CRAIG CRAFT MARINE CLEVELAND OH
XCD QUALITY FBRGLS PRODS PLEASANT VIEW TN
XCE CYRK GLOUCESTER MA
XCF CONCORD-HARMONY BY DESIGN LOS ANGELES CA
XCG CREST CRAFT AVOCA AR
XCH CHANTIERS MALLARD LA ROCHELLE NU
XCI CARIBBEAN YACHTS INC FT LAUDERDALE FL
XCJ SEACRAFT MFG FRIENDSVILLE TN
XCK SCHOPF MARINE INC N FT MYERS FL
XCL EXCEL BOAT COMPANY MOUNTAIN VIEW AR
XCM CREECH MARINE SUMMERDALE AL
XCN SUNRISE BOAT MFG MESA AZ
XCO CHUCKANUT BAY YACHTS LTD EVERETT WA
XCP CATAMARAN SALES INC FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XCQ BMC MARINE INC POMPANO BEACH FL
XCR OCRAN BOAT SHOP WHITE STONE VA
XCS UNO BOAT RIGGING CORP OPA-LOCKA FL
XCT COBRA BOAT CO HUNTSVILLE AL
XCU C S COLEMAN MILLERSBURG PA
XCV SEA CHIEF YACHT CO KAOHSIUNG NU
XCW MIKE CHASE & TERRY WER SALEM OR
XCX SAMSON MARINE OF CT CLINTON CT
XCY BIRCHWOOD MARINE AMERICA BRADENTON FL
XCZ CAYMAN YACHTS INTERNATIONAL TEQUESTA FL
XDA DAKOTA YACHTS INDUSTRIES INC FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XDB DODDS & BENZI INTERNATIONAL IMPERIAL BEACH CA
XDC Z MARINE NORTH AMERICA LLC SUMMERVILLE SC
XDD CUSTOM CRUISER CORP JOHNSON CITY TN
XDE SUNDOWN SPEED MARINE KENNEWICK WA
XDF COASTLINE SPORTS KEEGO HARBOR MI
XDG REGENCY YACHT GROUP FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XDH CNA INTERNATIONAL INC WOODALE IL
XDI DEHLER AMERICA INC BOSTON MA
XDJ SUNDOWNER INDUSTRIES OTISVILLE MI
XDK DEVLIN BOATBUILDING TUMWATER WA
XDL CORAL SEA BOATS INC NEW YORK NY
XDM ONE DESIGN MARINE INC TOMS RIVER NJ
XDN DANIEL L SALA AGANA GU
XDO SUNDOWNER MARINE CORP ANNAPOLIS MD
XDP ISLAND DESIGNED PROD LINDENHURST NY
XDQ SOKO VERBANK NY
XDR SOUTHWESTERN DISTRI CO GONZALES LA
XDS DRAGONFLY SAILBOATS INC GARWOOD NJ
XDT IDEAL TOY CORP HOLLIS NY
XDU ODUM SHURLEY BEEBE AR
XDV CUSTOM DUCK BOAT CO URBANA OH
XDW SUNDOWN MARINE MONOGAHELA PA
XDX CARDIN BOAT WORKS MAGNOLIA TX
XDY O'DAY CORP / O'DAY FALL RIVER MA
XDZ DICK SIMON MARINE LLC DANA POINT CA
XEA SEA-MIST SPOKANE WA
XEB EX-IM INC CORPUS CHRISTI TX
XEC OUTLAW MARINE INC OCALA FL
XED TARRAB YACHTS FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XEE INTEX RECREATION CORP LONG BEACH CA
XEF WESTERLY YACHTS INC MADISON CT
XEG SEAMASTER MRNE ENGINES UPPER MARLBORO MD
XEH CHESAPEAKE ATLANTIC YACHT SLS STEVENSVILLE MD
XEI DIGI-CON INC MARYSVILLE WA
XEJ COASTAL MARINE EQUIP HOUSTON TX
XEK SEA JAY BOATS INC RUSKIN FL
XEL SWMI TIM RAY RICHVIEW IL
XEM THUNDERDUCK INFLATABLES EL CAJON CA
XEN XEN PORTWOOD CORRYTON TN
XEO MARATHON MARINE MFG INC RENO NV
XEP CLACKAMAS MARINE CLACKAMAS OR
XEQ WOOSUNG CNA TRAVELERS REST SC
XER FAIRLINE BOATS OF NORTH AMER FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XES ECO-SEA-COTTAGES LLC SEATTLE WA
XET EAGLE PLASTICS GEORGETOWN SC
XEU ZEUS MARINE PRO (DBA) MIRAMAR FL
XEV PACIFIC RIM DRAGON BOATS PORTLAND OR
XEW NAUTICA DISTRIBUIDORA NACIONA SAN JUAN PR
XEX SQUADRON POWERBOATS LLC WOODSTOCK GA
XEY ECLIPSE YACHTS INC SAN JOSE CA
XEZ YACHTEZ.COM INC DANIA BEACH FL
XFA FERRETTI GROUP USA INC MIAMI FL
XFB FLORIDA FISHERMAN BOAT CO TAMPA FL
XFC ONTARIO FIBERGLASS ONTARIO OR
XFD PINNACLE YACHT SALES INC FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XFE INTEGRITY MARINE CORP MIAMI FL
XFF QUALITY FIBERGLAS OF F JACKSONVILLE FL
XFG FREGAT BOATS USA INC NEEDHAM MA
XFH STARLITE MFG CO OGILVIE MN
XFI FIBERGLASS STRUCTURES INC LAUREL MT
XFJ SIMMAC FIBERGLASS CO ESCONDIDO CA
XFK INDUSTRIAL FIBERGLASS PANAMA CITY FL
XFL DELPHIA YACHTS USA LLC Mississauga ON
XFM OSCEOLA FBRGLS MFG CO CALUMET MI
XFN FBGLS SPECIALISTS INC N CHARLESTON SC
XFO GREAT PACIFIC BOATS BLAINE WA
XFP FUSION USA LLC SARASOTA FL
XFQ FRENCH CATS INC FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XFR SEIDELMANN YACHTS BERLIN NJ
XFS SEAL REINFO FBRGLS INC FARMINGDALE NY
XFT HIPTRADER LLC GRASONVILLE MD
XFU SHER-FAB UNLIMITED INC NORWALK CA
XFV M & M FABRICATING KOUNTZ TX
XFW INTERNAT'L FBRGLS PROD TYNDALL AFB FL
XFX INTERNATIONAL FBRGLS STATESBORO GA
XFY CUSTOM FBRGL OF AUSTIN AUSTIN TX
XFZ FEDERAL MARINE SERVICES & CO FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XGA GSI COMMERCE SOLUTIONS KING OF PRUSSIA PA
XGB GRATITUDE BOAT SALES ROCK HALL MD
XGC GALEON BOAT BUILDERS USA INC NAPLES FL
XGD AQUADUCK INC SEBASTIAN FL
XGE FISH ISLAND MARINA INC ST. AUGUSTINE FL
XGF ST FRANCIS MARINE USA FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XGG D.A.M. GOOD GEAR SHIRLEY NY
XGH DAKOTA CATAMARANS. PORT WASHINGTON NY
XGI HAMPTON YACHTS INTERNATIONAL NEWPORT BEACH CA
XGJ MCFALK ENTERPRISES LLC SIMI VALLEY CA
XGK GREAT WATERS KAYAK COMPANY WYOMING OH
XGL GREAT LAKES MARINE SPCLTIES MINNEAPOLIS MN
XGM OBERG MACHINE CO INC OAKLYN NJ
XGN YOFFEE AGENCY INC HARRISBURG PA
XGO MYABCA USA INC CUMBERLAND RI
XGP UNIQUE SAILING ACCESSORIES OXNARD CA
XGQ GLOBAL MARINE SALES & MRKTNG CORPUS CHRISTI TX
XGR COUGAR BOATS INC HUNTSVILLE TN
XGS ADAIR YACHTS INC SUNSET BEACH CA
XGT SIGMA YACHTS LTD SEATTLE WA
XGU LUXURY MARINE GROUP LLC POMPANO BEACH FL
XGV EFISHNSEA ENTERPRISES INC SAN DIEGO CA
XGW CSC GLASS WORKS WILMINGTON CA
XGX GENESIS YACHT CORPORATION MIAMI FL
XGY DRIFTWOOD MARINA & STORAGE INC MARATHON FL
XGZ east coast thunder boats SCITUATE MA
XHA SUPERIOR HAWN TRADG CO KAAAWA HI
XHB ISLAND ROVER HOUSEBOATS MCGREGOR IA
XHC BRITISH SPORTS HOVERCRAFT SANTA ANA CA
XHD HYDROLIFT USA INC TAMPA FL
XHE SILHOUETTE SPOKANE WA
XHF OFFSHORE INT LTD INC FT LAUDERDALE FL
XHG HAVRE DE GRACE YACHT SALES HAVRE DE GRACE MD
XHH CHARLEVOIX BOATWORKS CHARLEVOIX MI
XHI 2HULLS INC FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XHJ OFFSHORE YACHTS PROVIDENCE RI
XHK H K TRADING COMPANY BREA CA
XHL HENRY M LEIMAN CO NEW MARKET AL
XHM OHIMA PLASTICS YELM WA
XHN C. P. OHMAN ATHENS TN
XHO HERO SPORTS MARKETING INC ST. PETERSBURG FL
XHP SHAIBLE PERF. BOATS PLACENTIA CA
XHQ HARBOR YACHT SALES INC PALM BEACH GARDENS FL
XHR OFFSHORE SYSTEMS INC OAKLAND CA
XHS SHEPHERD'S MARINA SOLOMONS MD
XHT SEA HAWK MARINE BRADENTON FL
XHU CHUNG YUANG FRP CO KAOHSIUNG NU
XHV SEAHAWK MARINE CORP BABYLON NY
XHW BATAVIA FBRGLASS CORP BATAVIA IL
XHX SURATT & HART YACHTS FT LAUDERDALE FL
XHY CHIEN YU S INDUSTRY TAIPEI NU
XHZ ZALUAN HAISRAELI HOUSTON TX
XIA ITAL AMERICAN MARINE INC FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XIB MARINER YACHTS INC CHESTER MD
XIC INTERNATIONAL YACHT COLLECTIO FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XID WILSON DAVIS BOATS LLC CLIFTON VA
XIE INTERNATIONAL IMPORT EXPORT MIAMI FL
XIF AB INFLATABLES OF FLORIDA INC MIAMI FL
XIG INTERNATIONAL YACHT DISTRBTRS NEWPORT BEACH CA
XIH HUDSON BAY INFLATABLES LTD FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XIJ DICK'S SPORTING GOODS CORAOPOLIS PA
XIK INTRA WORLDWIDE INC GAITHERSBURG MD
XIL BALLISTIC INFLATABLES USA LLC HONOLULU HI
XIM THE MULTIHULL SOURCE WAREHAM MA
XIN INNOVA GROUP. BURLINGTON WA
XIO AMERICAN FLEXBOAT INC MIAMI FL
XIP PIEMME USA LLC AVENTURA FL
XIQ COMPASS TRADING INC BUENA PARK CA
XIR INTERNATIONAL MARINE IMPORT WESTERLY RI
XIS SHUTTLE-BIKE USA INC KIRKLAND WA
XIT TRADE WIND YACHT SALES INC GLOUCESTER VA
XIU AQUA PRO BOATS SANTA CLARA CA
XIV TED HOOD YACHTS PORTSMOUTH RI
XIW AQUASCAN INC. FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XIX DELTA PACIFIC YACHTS ALAMEDA CA
XIY PRIMA YACHT MRKTG & DESIGN OLYMPIA WA
XIZ BAJA BOATWORKS LLC CHULA VISTA CA
XJA ACCENT PRODUCTS PINCKEY MI
XJB PYRANHA US ASHEVILLE NC
XJC SPORTS CLASSIC INC FT MYERS FL
XJD MARINE DEPOT INC SAN PEDRO CA
XJE SUPREME MARKETING INC SEATTLE WA
XJF AERODYNE MARINE INC NEWPORT RI
XJG CANYON MARINE INC GRAND JUNCTION CO
XJH CASTINE BOAT COMPANY BANGOR ME
XJI 1ST DIRECT PRODUCTS LLC AMERICUS GA
XJJ RB BOATS LLC WESTWOOD MA
XJK CASCADE SPECIALTY EVERETT WA
XJL WHITTLEY USA INC WILLACOOCHEE GA
XJM SANJACINTO MRN PERF CN SAN JACINTO CA
XJN SAN JUAN EAST INC ATLANTIC BEACH NC
XJO ARGOS MARINE ORANGE GROVE TX
XJP M.P.J.W. BOAT & CONST IND LLC JOHNSTON RI
XJQ AUTO BIKE HIALEAH FL
XJR STELLAR OFFSHORE YACHTS LLC KIRKLAND WA
XJS MARINE DIV LTD OJUS IN MIAMI FL
XJT OCEAN JET ETIWANDA CA
XJU JEANTOT MARINE USA NEW YORK NY
XJV FEELFREE US SWANNANOA NC
XJW JASON WANG SOUTH BEND IN
XJX SPLASHDANCE INC NICEVILLE FL
XJY BILL GROSS MARINE INC BELLEVUE WA
XJZ GUNBOAT MULTIHULLS INC WAREHAM MA
XKA OCEAN KAYAK INC FERNDALE WA
XKB SUPRA SPORTS INC GREENBACK TN
XKC MARADO INC FORT LEE NJ
XKD AQUAMAJESTIC USA ENGLEWOOD FL
XKE KROGEN EXPRESS YACHT CO (OOB) PALM CITY FL
XKF SKIMCRAFT BOAT SALES EL CENTRO CA
XKG PEGASUS MARINE CO FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XKH FAYNE LIMBO BOAT CORP PALMETTO FL
XKI FUN IN THE SUN SERVICES CLEARWATER FL
XKJ RICHLEIGH YACHTS INC COCONUT CREEK FL
XKK RENAISSANCE TRADING CORP BROOKLYN NY
XKL LOMAX MARINE LLC EDMONDS WA
XKM SKI MASTER ANAHEIM CA
XKN MARINE CRAFTS LLC SUMMERVILLE SC
XKO ESKIMO USA INC LOUISVILLE CO
XKP KELLY'S PORT (OOB) OSAGE BEACH MO
XKQ GIG HARBOR KAYAK CENTER GIG HARBOR WA
XKR SURF CATS INC POMPANO BEACH FL
XKS GLOBAL OUTFITTERS INC WABAN MA
XKT KAI MANU ENTERPRISES MIAMI FL
XKU FRIENDSHIP YACHT CO LLC PORTSMOUTH RI
XKV SKI VETTE CORP ELGIN IL
XKW KWIK TEK INC DENVER CO
XKX SEAWAY BOATS INC OXFORD ME
XKY OCEAN KAYAKS LTD KANEOHE HI
XLA SIBLEY BOAT SHOP DELTAVILLE VA
XLB EXCEL MARINE SARASOTA FL
XLC C & L MARINE CORP LOS ANGELES CA
XLD EXCEL MARINE AVON PARK FL
XLE LUXURY POWER CATS INC BOYNTON BEACH FL
XLF EXCEL MARINE LITTLE FALLS MN
XLG EXCEL MARINE NULL FL
XLH SEA LION MARINE DUBLIN CA
XLI X-CELL MARINE BETHEL ISLAND CA
XLJ EXCEL MARINE NULL FL
XLK EXCEL MARINE NULL FL
XLL EXCEL MARINE NULL FL
XLM OLYMPIC BOAT CO GUNNISON UT
XLN EXCEL MARINE NULL FL
XLO LEIGHT NOTIKA YACHTS LLC FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XLP XL PLAST ICS COMPANY GAINESBORO TN
XLQ ACCESS DINGHY FOUNDATION LLC VIENNA VA
XLR SINBAD DINGHYS WEST BEND WI
XLS OLSEN'S BOAT WORKS KEYPORT NJ
XLT LARSON'S LANDING LTD ORCHARD LAKE MI
XLU COLEMAN BOATS KENNESAW GA
XLV SALTEE MARINE PALMETTO FL
XLW MARTIN MARINE MFG RINGOES NJ
XLX ILIAD INC ROCKLAND MA
XLY ISLANDER YACHTS INC IRVINE CA
XLZ LEES INC PORTAGE MI
XMA OMAHA FIBERGLASS CO OMAHA NE
XMB OSMONDS BOAT SHOPE BEALS ME
XMC MCKINNA LLC NEWPORT BEACH CA
XMD MCP ELMORE AL
XME SIR MARINE PLACENTIA CA
XMF SEA CROWN MARINE CERES CA
XMG OMEGA BOATS RIVERSIDE CA
XMH ZOAM LONG BEACH CA
XMI BINGHAM BOAT WORKS LTD MARQUETTE MI
XMJ MIAMI CANOE RENTAL CRP MEDLEY FL
XMK IMACKIEFLOAT OKLAHOMA CITY OK
XML VENTURE MARINE LIMITED TUALATIN OR
XMM MARES INTERNATONAL CORP Ft Lauderdale FL
XMN OLD SALT MARINE INC FT LAUDERDALE FL
XMO ACTION MARINE IMPORTERS & DISTRIBUTORS SUFFERN NY
XMP ZODIAC (MILPRO DIV) STEVENSVILLE MD
XMQ CHESAPEAKE MARINE PROD PORTSMOUTH VA
XMR OUACHITA MARNE & IND CORP ARKADELPHIA AR
XMS M B INTERNATIONAL oob 5/93 CARROLLTON TX
XMT TURNER MARINE GROUP S. BURLINGTON VT
XMU STEUER MFG CO BARNEGAT NJ
XMV ASSOCIATED MRNE DESIGN GREEN BAY WI
XMW SONSHIP BOAT BUILDERS BELLINGHAM WA
XMX ISLAND MARINE SERVICE GULF SHORES AL
XMY TONY CURVO C/O COXE MIAMI FL
XMZ MEDITERRANEAN INTERNATIONAL C NORTH MIAMI BEACH FL
XNA NORTH AMERICAN FIBERGLASS GREENVILLE NC
XNB NAIAD INFLATABLES OF NEWPORT NEWPORT RI
XNC MAXUM MARINE ARLINGTON WA
XND INDIANHEAD FIBERGLASS ST PAUL MN
XNE ALTIMA YACHTS INC FT LAUDERDALE FL
XNF INTERNATL FBRGLS FABRI COEUR D'ALENE ID
XNG EQUUS MARKETING LITTLE MOUNTAIN SC
XNH ABACO MARINE PRODUCTS INC RIVIERA BEACH FL
XNI NORIX INTERNATIONAL LTD CLIFTON NJ
XNJ SMYRNA MARINE MURFREESBORO TN
XNK SEA IMPORT & EXPORT IN SEATTLE WA
XNL NAVITAS CORPORATION FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XNM INTERMARINE CORP BOSTON MA
XNN APEX BOAT COMPANY LAMPASAS TX
XNO NORTH TO NORTH TRADING INC BAINBRIDGE IS WA
XNP ZUMO MARINE PRODUCTS LLC TIGARD OR
XNQ NOVAMARINE 2 MIAMI FL
XNR SHERRY MFG CO INC MIAMI FL
XNS NORTH AMERICAN YACHT SALES HAYWARD CA
XNT INTERNATIONAL YACHT CO CLEARWATER FL
XNU ORION BOATS ASHTABULA OH
XNV WHOLESALE SUPPLY CO.. BRENTWOOD TN
XNW NEW ENGLAND SMALL CRAFT MANCHESTER MA
XNX UNIQUE BOATS EL CAJON CA
XNY NORMAN YACHTS INTERNATIONAL JUPITER FL
XNZ NZ MARINE TIGARD OR
XOA AUSSIE CATAMARANS CORP FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XOB ATTIVO MARINE LLC SEATTLE WA
XOC CUT RIVER IMPORTS INC BRANT ROCK MA
XOD CAMANO YACHTS AMERICA (DBA) CHESTER MD
XOE ADVENTURE BOATS INC. COBB CA
XOF SUPERIOR YACHT BROKERS LLC POMPANO BEACH FL
XOG PROFESSIONAL YACHT SERVICES MARBLEHEAD MA
XOH THE MULTIHULL COMPANY LLC NARBERTH PA
XOI CADDIS SPORTS INC BRUSH PRAIRIE WA
XOJ GUILLERMO PECYNER SUNNY ISLES BEACH FL
XOK O.K.K. CORPORATION COLUMBIA MD
XOL SHORELINE INFLATABLES (US) BELLEVUE WA
XOM EXEMPLUM CORPORATION MIAMI FL
XON MARINE NETWORK INC MIAMI FL
XOO LEADER MARINE DICKSON TN
XOP PERFORMANCE INFLATABLE BOATS ROCHESTER HILLS MI
XOQ DPI MARINE INC WESTON FL
XOR ROUGH WATER YACHTS PEMBROKE PINES FL
XOS THE COLEMAN COMPANY INC WICHITA KS
XOT TORIKO CORPORATION IRVINE CA
XOU GLOBAL IMPACT DELAWARE OH
XOV SEVEN TIGERS IMPORT-EXPORT PORT CHARLOTTE FL
XOW WINDCRAFT INC MARY ESTHER FL
XOX A&M BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL CO MIAMI FL
XOY SOUTHERN OCEAN YACHT SALES MIAMI FL
XPA SCB PLASTICS SUNNYVALE CA
XPB AMICO CORP NEW YORK NY
XPC EXPRESSKAT LLC KIMBALL MI
XPD SPENCER'S BOAT MFG INC KEY WEST FL
XPE STEPHENS BOAT CO TOMPKINSVILLE KY
XPF C.P.F.M. CLEARWATER FL
XPG CLEE RICHARDSON ANACORTES WA
XPH ZEPHYR FIBERGLASS OAKLAND CA
XPI XTREME PRODUCTS INC NORTH LAS VEGAS NV
XPJ O'DAY MARINE CORP MARBLEHEAD MA
XPK STOTT CRAFT INC MICANOPY FL
XPL QUALITY PLASTER & PLASTICS CHULA VISTA CA
XPM SEAPORT PROPELLOR & MARINA CLARKSTON WA
XPN SOUTHERN PINES BTWORKS PINEHURST NC
XPO VOYAGER USA INC ANNAPOLIS MD
XPP O P PETERSON CO PORTLAND ME
XPQ PLASTIMO RIVIERA BEACH FL
XPR STERLING PROMOTIONAL CORP GREAT NECK NY
XPS ZIP SLOOPS N MIAMI FL
XPT SEAPORT MARINE INC MYSTIC CT
XPU SPURSHORE MARINE SERVICES FRIDAY HARBOR WA
XPV SPARTA MARINE BRADENTON FL
XPW QUAPAW CANOE CO MIAMI OK
XPX OUTDOOR SPECLIST OF FL PENSACOLA FL
XPY PRIVILEGE YACHTING INC MIAMI BEACH FL
XPZ PRO AXESS PARK CITY UT
XQA ANCHOR YACHT SALES OF FL INC FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XQB MAAS BOAT CO RICHMOND CA
XQC CARLS PADDLIN INC MADISON WI
XQD D & N HOLDINGS INC BOCA RATON FL
XQE CHERBOURG YACHT COMPANY MIAMI FL
XQF THE CREEK COMPANY STEAMBOAT SPRINGS CO
XQG POLYJOHN ENTERPRISES WHITING IN
XQH HURRICANE SKIFF INC MIAMI FL
XQI CLASSICO BOATS INC CARY IL
XQJ SEAVANA YACHTS HUNTINGTON BAY NY
XQK QFR SYSTEMS BIG PINE KEY FL
XQL LAZMAR INTERNATIONAL LLC Annapolis MD
XQM EVERGOING PRODUCTS KENT WA
XQN NORTHWEST YACHTS INC ANACORTES WA
XQO INT'L YACHT BROKERS USA INC FORT LAUDERDALE FL
XQP PRIDE INFLATABLES INC EAST CHINA MI
XQQ THIRTY-FOUR DEGREES SOUTH LLC CHARLESTON SC
XQR RECREATIONAL EQUIPMENT INC KENT WA
XQS SUPERIOR YACHTS INC HOUSTON TX
XQT TREK & TRAIL INC BAYFIELD WI
XQU CONCEPT MARKETING O'FALLON MO
XQV T2 INTERNATIONAL MOORESVILLE NC
XQW PSOLER LLC MIAMI FL
XQX HYDROFOIL POWERCATS INC PORTLAND TX
XQY QUALITY BOATS INC POMPANO BEACH FL
XQZ ESPRIT CATAMARANS LLC ANNAPOLIS MD
XRA ABLE MARINE CO MARBLEHEAD MA
XRB STEVE JOHNSON GRAND PRAIRIE TX
XRC BOATERS WORLD MARINE CENTERS BELTSVILLE MD
XRD ORDECO INC CANDY OR
XRE SUN STAR INFLATABLES N CHARLESTON SC
XRF ORF BOAT WORKS LOUISIANA MO
XRG SPACESAILER YACHTS MISSOULA MT
XRH RECREATIONAL BOAT CO DETROIT MI
XRI PROTECTOR BOATS INC PT RICHMOND CA
XRJ OUTER REEF MARINE BRADENTON FL
XRK MOUNTAIN PLASTICS LONGMOUNT CO
XRL SUN RAY BOATS LITTLE ROCK AR
XRM MENTOR INDUSTRIAL CORP MENTOR OH
XRN IRVIN INDUSTRIES INC STAMFORD CT
XRO WORLDWIDE MARINE SUPPLY INC TAMPA FL
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ZWQ WHITEHULL YACHTS LTD VICTORIA BC
ZWR WESTMATCOTT GLASS LTD WINNIPEG MB
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ZWU CLEARWATER CANOES LTD BITTERN LAKE AB
ZWV WESTERN YACHTS LTD WEST VANCOUVER BC
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ZWY WIGGERS CUSTOM YACHTS BOWMANVILLE ON
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ZXF FIRST CLASS MARINE MISSISSAUGA ON
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ZXJ REITZE DESIGNS INC WEYBURN SK
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ZXQ AQUA CONCEPTS MISSISSAUGA ON
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ZXX SCORPION MARINE INC TORONTO ON
ZXY LANSING HYDROCRAFT COOKSTOWN ON
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ZYA AZTEC YACHTS LTD NIAGARA ON LAKE ON
ZYB M. YVES BEAUCHESNE TROIS-RIVIERES QC
ZYC CRUISING YACHTS LIMITD BURLINGTON ON
ZYD YOUNG MANUFACTURING TORONTO ON
ZYE EXPRESS YACHTING MIDLAND ON
ZYF CREE-YAMAHA MOTOR CO INC WASHAGANISH QC
ZYG GUIMOND BOATS LTD BAIE STE-ANNE NB
ZYH ALVIS MARINE LTD NORTH VANCOUVER BC
ZYI AURA YACHTS INC HURON ON
ZYJ MARTIN YACHTS LTD RICHMOND BC
ZYK CARIBBEAN YACHTS LONDON ON
ZYL CYCLONE INDUSTRIES INC GRANBY QC
ZYM ALLOY MFG LTD LACHINE QC
ZYN NADUFT CONSULTANTS RICHMOND HILL ON
ZYO B & C YACHTS SURREY BC
ZYP POLARIS INFLATABLE BOATS LTD LANGLEY BC
ZYQ RAT RIVER BOATWORKS STEINBACH MB
ZYR YORK RIVER INDUSTRIES LTD PETERBOROUGH ON
ZYS INTL SAILING & YACHTING INC TORONTO ON
ZYT NORTHERN YACHT LTD AJAX ON
ZYU BRUCKMANN MFG INC OAKVILLE ON
ZYV VICTORY INFLATABLES SARNIA ON
ZYW GEORGIAN BOATWORKS PENETANGUISHENE ON
ZYX MULTIPLI CONST NAUTIQUE INC POINTE-AU-PERE QC
ZYY 150252 CANADA INC MONTREAL QC
ZYZ KINGFISHER ALUMINUM BOATS CHEMAINUS BC
ZZA PRINCECRAFT PRINCEVILLE QC
ZZB THREE BUOYS HOUSEBOAT OSAGE BEACH MO
ZZC CHASER INDUSTRIES LTD ORANGEVILLE ON
ZZD OUYANG INDUSTRIES LTD PICKERING ON
ZZE LAKE CRAFT INDUSTRIES THUNDER BAY ON
ZZF CALAIS MARINE INC LANGLEY BC
ZZG SUZUKI MARINE DRUMMONDVILLE QC
ZZH MIRAGE HOVERCRAFT SURREY BC
ZZI BANKES HUNTING BOATS PORT ROWEN ON
ZZJ GRIFFIN JET BOATS LTD NEPEAN ON
ZZK LES BATEAUX KAKAWI GRANDE VALLEE QC
ZZL FIBRE DE VERRE LAVALLE GATINEAU QC
ZZM MOONEY ENTERPRISES LTD SURREY BC
ZZN BRP USA WAUSAU WI
ZZO LES CANOTS ROBY INC STE EMELIE DE L'ENERGIE QC
ZZP MPL YACHTS LTD LANCASTER ON
ZZQ J ARTHUR PUGH ENTERPRISES LTD MALTON ON
ZZR SEA RAIDER CORP INC WHITE ROCK BC
ZZS SEMIAHMOO AUTO MARINE LTD SURREY BC
ZZT TRANS-CAN STEEL WORKS THESSALON ON
ZZU ALUTEC MARINE TTD DELTA BC
ZZV VENTURE FIBREGLASS INDUSTRIES SOUTH LANCASTER ON
ZZW WALKER BOAT BUILDING LTD WHITBY ON
ZZX ALU-CRAFT PRODUCTS LTD RICHMOND BC
ZZY DOLPHIN INDUSTRIES PORT ALBERNI BC
ZZZ CANADIAN COAST GUARD OTTAWA ON

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## –  (1st Level 'Numbered' Main Topic) T
##.## – (2nd Level 'Numbered' Subtopic) T
##.## –  ^  ('Unnumbered' Directory‚ Vendor‚ Product‚+. Usually Listed Alphabetically) +
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00.01.06 –   website. T
00.01.07 –   & website). T
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01 –  :     +. T
02 – (Incl. DIY). T
02.01 – T
02.02 – (Naval Architects‚ Boat Plans‚ Kits‚+). T
02.03 – (Vessel & Equipment Requirements‚+) T
02.03.01 – ‚  ‚  ‚+). T
02.03.02 – T
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02.04 – (Vendors‚ Specs‚ Manuals‚ Recalls‚+). T
02.05 – (Qualities‚ Vendors‚ Specs‚ Manuals‚ Recalls‚+). T
02.05.01 – (Species‚ Rot; Carvel‚ Clinker/Lapstrake‚ Veneer/Plywood‚ Cold Molded‚+). T
02.05.02 – . (Strengths‚ Weakness‚ Corrosion‚+). T
02.05.03 – (Strengths‚ Weakness‚ Corrosion‚+). T
02.05.04 – . (Strengths‚ Weakness‚+). T
02.06 – (Vendors‚ Specs‚ Manuals‚ Reviews‚ Recalls‚+). T
02.06.01 – (Mechanical‚ Electric‚ Hydraulic‚+). T
02.06.02 – (Mechanical‚ Electric‚ Hydraulic‚+). T
02.06.03 – (Bailers‚ Bilge Pumps‚+). T
02.06.04 – (Active‚ Anodes‚+). T
02.06.05 – (Thru-Hulls‚ Scuttles‚ Skylights‚ Hatches‚+). T
02.06.06 – (Cleats‚ Railings‚+). T
02.06.06.01 – (Anchors‚ Rodes‚ Chocks‚ Winches‚+). T
02.06.06.02 – (Pots‚ Nets‚ Lines‚ Winches‚ Reels‚ Rods‚+). T
02.06.07 – (Rig Types‚ Standing Rigging‚ Running Rigging‚ Vendors‚ Riggers‚+). T
02.06.07.01 – (Sail Types‚ Aerodynamics‚ Vendors‚ Sailmakers‚+). T
02.06.08 – (Types‚ Configurations‚ Features‚ Control Systems‚+). T
02.06.08.01 – (Manufacturers‚ Marinizers‚ Resellers‚+). T
02.06.08.01.01 –  (Pistons‚ Rods‚ Crankshafts‚ Cylinders‚ Heads‚ Valves‚+). T
02.06.08.01.02 –  (Splash‚ Forced‚ Oil‚ Filtration‚ Additives‚ Oil Analysis‚+). T
02.06.08.01.03 –  (Petrol/Gasoline/Benzine‚ Diesel‚ CNG‚+). T
02.06.08.01.04 –  (Cranking‚ Charging‚ Ignition‚ Instrumentation‚+). T
02.06.08.01.05 –  (Air‚ Liquid (Raw Water‚ Fresh Water‚+). T
02.06.08.01.06 –  (Dry‚ Wet‚ w/Separator‚+). T
02.06.08.01.07 –  (Hard‚ Soft‚+). T
02.06.08.02 – (SAE Specs‚ Damper Plates‚ Jackshafts‚+). T
02.06.08.03 – (Reversing‚ Reduction; Mechanical‚ Hydraulic). T
02.06.08.04 – (Propshafts‚ Couplings‚ Seals‚ Bearings‚ Struts‚ Keys‚ Nuts‚+). T
02.06.08.05 – (Types‚ Materials‚+). T
02.06.09 –  (Direct Current‚ Alternating Current‚+). T
02.06.09.01 – (Diesel‚ Gasoline‚ Natural Gas‚+). T
02.06.09.02 – T
02.06.10 – T
02.06.11 – (Life Rafts‚ PFDs‚ Firefighting Eq.‚ Alarms‚ Medical Kits‚+). T
02.06.12 – T
02.06.12.01 – T
02.06.12.02 – T
02.06.12.03 – (Refrigeration‚ Galley Stoves‚+). T
02.06.12.04 – T
02.06.12.05 – T
02.06.12.06 – (Cabinetry‚ furniture‚ Coverings‚ Entertainment‚ Weather‚+). T
02.06.13 – T
02.06.13.00 – (Commercial & Sport). T
02.06.13.00 – (Sport). T
02.06.13.00 – (Sail‚ Offshore Power‚ Powerboat‚ Hydroplane‚+). T
02.06.13.00 – (Foul Weather Gear‚ Safety Harnesses‚+). T
02.06.13.00 – (Surfing‚ Skiing‚ Boarding‚ Tubing‚+). T
02.06.14 – T
02.06.15 – T
02.07 – ‚  ‚  ‚+). T
02.08 – (w/Vessel Types‚ Country & Years active). T
02.09 – ‚  ‚  ‚+). (Shipyards‚ Boatyards‚ Riggers‚ Repair Shops‚+). T
02.10 – (Incl. DIY). T
02.11 – (Maintenance‚ Troubleshooting‚+). T
03 –    ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚+. T
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05 –    ‚  ‚  ‚+. T
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14 – : International & National Laws‚ ‚  ‚+. T
15 –  T
15.01 – (Incl. Maintenance & Fault Finding). T
15.02 – (Buyers & Sellers). T
15.03 – (Pre-Survey‚ Pre-Purchase‚ Pre-Sale‚ Pre-Voyage‚ Sea Trials‚+). T
15.04 – (Boat Building‚ Refitting‚ Inspection‚ Troubleshooting‚ Repair‚+). T
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16 –  (Authors‚ Editors‚ Publishers‚+) + Academy eLibrary. T
16.01 – (Catalogs‚ Ads‚ SpecSheets‚ Manuals‚ TechVids‚ Bulletins‚ Recalls‚+). T
16.02 – (Bound‚ eBooks‚+). T
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Welcome aboard "Dot Calm"! She is a beautiful 1987 63 Hatteras that has under gone a major interior refit. Her owners have spared no expense on her! "Dot Calm" is equipped with 4 staterooms and 4 heads with a galley up. She is a beautiful vessel and will not disappoint! Do not hesitate to schedule as showing! 

Detroit 12V-71’s (2,576hrs)

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Ukraine war latest: Putin arrives in North Korea; Russian forces 'move closer to key supply route'

Vladimir Putin has arrived in North Korea for a two-day visit - his first in more than two decades. Elsewhere, the UK's Ministry of Defence says Russian forces are moving closer to a key Ukrainian supply route in the eastern Donetsk region.

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More details about Vladimir Putin's arrival in North Korea have started coming through...

The Russian president arrived in the country for the first time in 24 years earlier this evening, and was greeted by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. 

The two men had a brief conversation and then left Pyongyang Airport in the same car. 

Now, Korean Central News Agency has reported that the pair shared their "pent up inmost thoughts" with each other and "opened their minds". 

The North Korean state news organisation said the conversation was "friendly" and came as their relationship "entered a course of new comprehensive development". 

It added that Putin's visit was important in "powerfully propelling the cause of building a powerful country". 

Of course, the Korean Central News Agency's original reporting is in Korean, so there may be some discrepancies in the translation. 

The destruction of Russian targets in border regions "really matters", Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said as he praised world leaders for their determination to protect Ukraine, 

Delivering his nightly address, the Ukrainian president said: "The destruction of Russian terrorists' positions and launchers by our forces, our warriors, near the border really matters. 

"We witness the world's determination opening new prospects for restoring our security. Among other things, this includes the security of Kharkiv." 

His comments come after Ukraine claimed responsibility for an overnight drone attack on a Russian oil facility. 

The strike caused a massive blaze in Russia's Rostov region and marked the latest long-range attack by Kyiv's forces on a border region.

Ukraine has in recent months stepped up aerial assaults on Russian soil, targeting refineries and oil terminals, in an effort to slow down the Kremlin's war effort. 

At the same time, Moscow's army has been pressing hard along the front line in eastern Ukraine, where a shortage of troops and ammunition has made defenders vulnerable.

As we have been reporting this evening, Vladimir Putin has arrived in North Korea for the first time in 24 years to begin a two-day visit. 

The Russian president was greeted by North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, with the men seen laughing and hugging as they had a conversation near Putin's plane.

A red carpet was rolled out for his arrival as well. 

The US has said it is concerned about the "deepening" cooperation between Russia and the North Korea.

The Pentagon voiced concern about the growing ties between Moscow and Pyongyang as Vladimir Putin arrived in North Korea for his first visit in 24 years. 

"The deepening cooperation between Russia and the DPRK is something that should be of concern, especially to anyone that's interested in maintaining peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula," Major General Patrick Ryder, a Pentagon spokesperson, told reporters.

DPRK is an abbreviation for North Korea's official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. 

We have just received the first photos of Vladimir Putin arriving in North Korea. 

The Russian president was greeted by the country's leader Kim Jong Un as he left his plane. 

The pair hugged and had a brief conversation before leaving in the same car. 

We are starting to get more details about Vladimir Putin's arrival in North Korea. 

As the Russian president touched down, he was greeted by the country's leader Kim Jong Un. 

The two men had a brief conversation next to Putin's motorcade, before leaving Pyongyang Airport in the same car.

As we told you in our last post, Vladimir Putin has arrived in North Korea for his first visit in 24 years. 

The Russian president's plane touched down in Pyongyang around 2.45am local time (6.45pm UK time) after a stopover in Russia's far east. 

He was reportedly greeted by North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un. 

Here's a quick look at what is expected to take place during his two-day visit...

One of the first events to take place will be one-on-one discussions between the two leaders. 

There will also be a gala concert, state reception, honour guards, document signings, and a statement to the media, Russia's Interfax news agency quoted Mr Putin's aide as saying.

A number of Russian officials have travelled to Pyongyang as well as part of Mr Putin's delegation, including defence minister Andrei Belousov, foreign minister Sergei Lavrov and deputy prime minister Alexander Novak. 

Ahead of the visit, North Korea appeared to make preparations for a possible military parade in downtown Pyongyang. 

Vladimir Putin has arrived in North Korea, the Kremlin has confirmed. 

The Russian president touched down in the country's capital, Pyongyang, where he will begin his two-day visit.

He was greeted at the airport by North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, according to RIA Novosti. 

A formal meeting between the two leaders is expected to take place tomorrow. 

In a presidential order issued yesterday, Putin said Moscow was looking to sign a "comprehensive strategic partnership treaty" with North Korea. 

The international community has raised alarm bells regarding his trip, with NATO secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg saying the military alliance was concerned about the support Russia could provide for North Korea's missile and nuclear programmes. 

Three Russian government aircraft have landed in Pyongyang in North Korea, according to flight tracking data. 

It is unclear if Vladimir Putin is on board any of the planes, but their arrival comes as the Russian president is expected to visit the country.

Flight Radar 24 shows the planes travelled from Yakutsk in east Siberia, where Putin travelled to earlier today. 

Vladimir Putin's visit to North Korea is an "opportunity for Russia to make mischief", an expert tells Sky News. 

The Russian president is due to arrive in the country this evening for a two-day visit. 

During his trip, he is expected to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to discuss an arms arrangement between Pyongyang and Moscow. 

The deal could see North Korea provide Russia with badly needed munitions in exchange for economic assistance and technology transfers. 

Dr John Nilsson-Wright from the Centre for Geopolitics says the trip is a "very clear attempt" by Mr Putin to emphasise that Russia is not isolated. 

"This is an opportunity for Russia to make mischief internationally by undermining the international sanctions' regime," he adds. 

On security, though, he warns that Russia will have to be "cautious".  

"There is a danger that they could provoke a reaction from South Korea, and Russia and South Korea do have their own economic relationship," he says. 

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  1. Half a century at the cutting edge

    Baltic Yachts - major milestone boats 1974-2022. The very first boat: Baltic 46 Diva (now Queen Anne) was launched in 1974. ... We couldn't afford to make any mistakes and she made sure we didn't. But this period is the one I'm most proud of. We did a good job, moved up in the size of our projects and stayed profitable.' ...

  2. The Baltic 35 Boat Review

    The Baltic 35 has a fractional, double-spreader rig with standard rod rigging and some pretty impressive numbers. At her designed displacement and length, her sail area/displacement ratio is a healthy 20.1 and displacement/length ratio is 187--certainly light by 1985 standards. In reality, boats, like people, tend to gain weight over the years ...

  3. Baltic Yachts: Evolution, not revolution

    The boat needed to be competitive under superyacht rules, but also enable the owner to travel worldwide with all the luxuries of home. The compromise between cruising comfort and weight savings is always a tricky one, but this is a compromise Baltic Yachts are unmatched at delivering, to the extent that it never feels like a compromise at all, rather the melding of two objectives into an ...

  4. 'Zemi,' Baltic's Newest Sailing Yacht, Cruises Emissions Free Two Ways

    Baltic Yachts wants you to see its newest sailing yacht in all its glory. The Finnish yard just unveiled the first interior images of the newly delivered Baltic 110 Custom. Named after an ancient ...

  5. Baltic Yachts

    LIGHTER, STIFFER, FASTER, GREENER - TOGETHER. Baltic Yachts is the world's leading builder of advanced composite yachts. Our highly skilled workforce uses leading edge marine technology and traditional craftsmanship to create award-winning yachts. Each yacht is unique, unmatched in its quality, unmatched in its performance.

  6. Path: On board the award-winning Baltic 146 sailing yacht

    It is a niche in which Baltic Yachts has made a name for itself, building the giant 66.9m ketch Hetairos. All images courtesy of Stuart Pearce. "The owner took all the experience he gained from sailing round the world and put it into the new boat," explains Henry Hawkins, executive vice president of Baltic Yachts.

  7. Baltic 67 review: Finnish superyacht yard goes back to its roots with

    The Baltic 67 is very much at the luxury and custom end of the production yacht scale, so our light wind trial of the boat focused more on the various choices and details aboard and how they might ...

  8. Baltic 142: The superyacht bringing foiling technology into cruising

    The Baltic 142 may not be using the hydrofoils popularised by the America's Cup, but her 29ft 6in long (9m) horizontal sliding foil employs the same principle of lift to reduce heel and boost speed.

  9. Perseverance 1: On board Baltic's Sailing Yacht of the Year 2022

    A classic profile belies the immense technical innovations found on board this award-winning sailing yacht. Risa Merl peeks inside Perseverance 1. When it comes to Baltic Yachts' 35.8-metre Perseverance 1, what you see is not entirely what you get.Beneath her classically inspired yet restrained exterior is a wealth of high-tech innovations aimed at maximising performance and reducing energy ...

  10. Sailing the Baltic Sea: where to go

    Denmark and southern Sweden are easy to access and make an excellent introduction to Baltic cruising. Many people pass through quickly on the way to the archipelagos further north, but gentle landscapes and pretty towns reward those hopping along the coast. Copenhagen is the jewel in the crown of the southern Baltic.

  11. Baltic Yachts Is A Superyacht Builder To Watch

    Baltic Yachts are doing way more than just winning superyacht design awards for their blazingly fast, stylishly modern sailing yachts that range in size from 85-to-175-feet long. They're also ...

  12. Perseverance

    In 2021, Baltic Yachts unveiled this modern classic vessel, earning the prestigious title of Boat International's Sailing Yacht of the Year in 2022! Crafted by the renowned Dykstra Naval Architects, PERSEVERANCE seamlessly blends exceptional sailing prowess with a strong commitment to eco-conscious technology. This includes intelligent cabin systems, an eco-friendly electric propulsion system ...

  13. How to berth and anchor a yacht in the Baltic

    It's worth noting that the average yacht in the Baltic is smaller than those in the UK, with 30-35ft seemingly the standard size for a family cruiser. These are often boats built in the 1970s or ...

  14. Sailing in the Baltic: everything you need to know

    When sailing in the Baltic Sea, it's important to be prepared for a range of weather conditions, including hot days and rain as well as sudden winds. Even if the harbor is calm, you may encounter strong winds of up to 30 knots once you're out at sea. To avoid any mishaps, it's essential to have the right equipment on board.

  15. Baltic 111: another ground-breaking superyacht by Baltic Yachts

    March 4, 2021. 1853. Baltic Yachts has been commissioned to build an ultra lightweight, 111ft superyacht described as 'one of the most extreme projects Baltic has undertaken'. Designed for fast coastal and offshore sailing, Baltic 111 Custom will begin construction in April taking full advantage of Baltic Yachts' ability to build an ...

  16. BATTLE OF THE BALTICS

    Baltic Yachts' chief executive officer Henry Hawkins, who attended the event, said that the racing was very close this year as the wind built steadily over the three-day regatta. "It's the boat that makes the fewest mistakes that wins. It's been a remarkable event for Baltic - a Baltic regatta within a regatta - very special ...

  17. Baltic Yachts

    Baltic Yachts is a shipyard specialized in sailing yachts. It is located in the municipality of Larsmo in Finland, where it is the largest employer. The shipyard was established in 1973 and now produces sailing yachts between 50 feet (15 m) and 197 feet (60 m) in length. Advanced and light materials, such as carbon fiber and Kevlar are used in ...

  18. Baltic Yachts: Models, Price Lists & Sales

    Baltic Yachts is known for its innovations. These include, for example, the Dynamic Stability System (DSS). The shipyard works directly with DSS developers Hugh Welborne, Gordon Kay and Farr Yacht Design to equip its yachts with DSS retractable side panels. Baltic Yachts was one of the first to offer its customers opening «balconies in the ...

  19. New and used Baltic Yachts for sale

    Used boats from Baltic Yachts on TheYachtMarket.com range in price from £46,300 GBP to £2,100,000 GBP with an average price of £540,000 GBP. A wide range of factors can affect the price of used boats from Baltic Yachts, for example the model, age and condition. Used Baltic Yachts for sale from around the world.

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    This motion is a very limited tool as it is authorized to be used only to correct clerical errors. However a trial court is given very broad discretion in classifying such errors as an omission or mistake in a judgment; a misdescription in a judgment, inadvertence in signing a faulty judgment, and an ambiguity in a judgment.

  21. Boat Builders by US MIC: X11∼ZZZ

    This could have been a mistake at the factory, but it should have been caught there. Is this an altered HIN? ... CFR Title 33 → Chapter I → Subchapter S → Part 181 →Subpart C—Identification of Boats. ... BALTIC YACHTS EAST: WILTON: CT: XYC: YUKON CANOE CO: YUKON: OK: XYD: QUALITY YACHTS INC: MIAMI: FL: XYE: QUEST YACHT BUILDERS: COEUR ...

  22. Yacht for Sale

    Yacht for Sale is a 63 superyacht built by Hatteras in 1987. Currently she is located in Knoxville and awaiting her new owners. ... Baltic Song 74' Classic 1989 £249,950 ... Despite our efforts, occasionally errors resulting from typos, inaccurate detail information or technical mistakes may occur. We are not responsible for any such errors ...

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    Inlanddealer locations in Irvine, San Jose-Campbelland Lake Havasurepresent Cobalt Boats, Nautique Boats, Bennington Pontoonsand Premier Pontoons. The best Selection, Sales & Service of boats, pontoons and yachts. 10 convenient locations. 10 world-class brands. 35 years helping families enjoy time on the water.

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    A number of countries' names are removed from a peace communique drafted after a summit in Switzerland. It comes as Kremlin figures respond to NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg's remarks on the alliance ...