Sail

Lurigna

Concept

The Baltic 56 is based on and developed by the design and construction concept first used on the Baltic 50 and 79. For this new fast cruising craft inspired by modern ocean cruisers and able to combine ultra modern designs and hydrodynamics with medium and not extreme displacement, for cruising use with variable loads.

In fact, the Baltic 56 is a craft intended for sports and cruising with no limits concerning navigation length and it is suitable above all for family use, which means it has all the conveniences and great autonomy plus a design that makes safe maneuvers easy, with a smaller crew in all sea and wind conditions. The hull is in composite sandwich material with glass fibers, laminated with epoxy and with carbon anti-collision reinforcements. The deck is made entirely in carbon and divided into two cockpits to create a guest area that is independent of the rig area.

Specifications

Shipyard
Vismara
Partnership
Baltic
Model
Baltic 56_03
Year
2006
LENGTH
17.10 M
WIDTH
4.70 M
DRAFT
3.10 M
DISPLACEMENT
15.300 KG
MATERIAL
CARBON FIBER & EPOXY SANDWICH
BALLAST
5.800 KG

Characteristics

The rig is all concealed below deck as well as being extremely simplified so that with the aid of electric winches it can be managed by just two people. Cruising requirements mean that a mobile keel has been fitted to reduce draft and make it easier to approach the shore or to moor in port. The resulting keel range also has the benefit of making it possible to lighten the bulb while still increasing stability and therefore cruise comfort.

Interiors

When it comes to style, many of the design features have been taken from Baltic 79 Vismara / Vrolijk. In fact what stands out of both is their “family style”, the bundle of functional –aesthetic solutions that invite extended use of the boat and all of the areas on board, inside and out, during navigation, while moored and even in port. The Baltic 56 has a short deckhouse with glazed front and slightly raised lounge for viewing the exterior. The master cabin has been placed in the bow for greater silence when the boat is moored; there is a big storage space for the dinghy in the stern garage in the event of fast journey, and the anchor is maneuvered easily thanks to a concealed system in the bow which uses a pneumatic piston. The interiors enhance the high level of Baltic’s traditional woodwork.

Meet your referent

Alessandro degl’Innocenti

Alessandro degl’Innocenti

Sales and brokerage manager

Vismara Marine