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 Caribbean deity, Zemi was commissioned by an experienced seafarer seeking a yacht for high-speed global adventures.
Billed as a versatile, high-performance cruiser, the 110-footer was penned by Malcolm Mckeon Yacht Design. The U.K. studio previously worked with Baltic on the award-winning 112-foot sailing yacht, Liara, which hit the seas in 2019. Crafted from advanced carbon composites, the new sloop showcases sleek lines, a shiny metallic bronze hull, and a streamlined coach roof.
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.
Zemi was built in Baltic’s Bosund facility and left the launch site in Jakobstad in August 2023. The yacht has spent the past few months cruising the globe and is expected to compete in the St Barths Bucket this March. Godspeed, Zemi.
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