APRES SKI – Baltic 43′

Description

APRÈS SKI is a beautiful example of the popular Judel Vrolijk desined Baltic 43, with a very ingenious 3 stateroom layout, and 2 heads.  Centerline owners cabin aft.  A great sailing boat, she is easily handled by two, but is fast.  This boat has  many recent upgrades, including a new engine and blue awlgripped hull, and teak decks.

APRÈS SKI has a forward cabin with V-berth, V-berth filler that makes the berth extra-large, aft cabin with centerline double berths with 2 private heads with showers

Details

  • Boat Type Baltic 43'
  • Rate $750(Day), $4,500 (Week)
  • Berths/Berthing 3 Cabins/8 Berths
  • L.O.A 43' 4"
  • Draft 8'
  • Beam 13'9"
  • Engines Yanmar 55 HP
  • Equipment & Gear Boat Name APRES SKI Specs Builder: Baltic Yachts Designer: Judel/Vrolijk Dimensions LOA: 43 ft 4 in Beam: 13 ft 9 in LWL: 35 ft 9 in Minimum Draft: 8 ft 0 in Maximum Draft: 8 ft 0 in Displacement: 8960 kgs Ballast: 3895 kgs Engines Total Power: 55 HP Engine 1: Engine Brand: Yanmar Engine Model: 4JH3E Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Power: 55 HP Accommodations Number of single berths: 8 Number of cabins: 3 Number of heads: 2 Broker's Comments APRÈS SKI is a beautiful example of the popular Judel Vrolijk desined Baltic 43, with a very ingenious 3 stateroom layout, and 2 heads. Centerline owners cabin aft. A great sailing boat, she is easily handled by two, but is fast. This boat has benefitted from many recent upgrades, including a new engine and blue awlgripped hull, and also has had the teak decks replaced in 2007. Fantastic package, and will give a buyer years of service without any looming huge expenses. Construction Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction: Fiberglass and balsa sandwich construction, kevlar/e-glass hybrid fibers and CK 57 aircraft balsa. Flag blue hull with red and gold stripes AWL-grip (2010). Teak decks (2007) including cockpit and coamings. Teak binocular/cup holder. Keel & Rudder: Elliptical fin keel. Carbon rudder. New rudder bearing (2008). Carbon fiber rudder with composite shaft and roller bearings. Machinery Engine & Gearboxes: 1 x Yanmar 4JH3E diesel engine 41.2kW (55.25hp) with Kansaki KM35P gearbox (2004). Propulsion & Steering: Max prop feathering propeller with shaft lock; balanced propeller (2010). New shaft (2010). Elkhide steering wheel; Stainless steel custom pedestal for electronics (2008). Electrical Systems Battery Banks: 12v DC service batteries 4 x 120 Ah. 12v DC starting battery 120 Ah. Battery Chargers: Phase Three battery charger 110v (1998). Alternators: 100 Amp alternator with Balmar ARS-4 external regulator (2010). Shore Power: 110v AC shore power with six outlets. Plumbing Systems Fresh Water & Water Heating System: Pressurised hot and cold water. Bilge Pumps: Electric bilge pump with float switch. Whale gusher 10 manual bilge pumps (2015). Tankage Fuel: Total capacity of 45 gallons (SS). Fresh water: Total capacity of 63 gallons (SS). Water tank and pump (2008). Grey/Blackwater holding tanks: Replaced holding tank; plumbed forward head to tank (2008). Gas: Xintex gas detector. Navigation Equipment B&G Hydra 2000 navigator pack with sonic speed transducer, fluxgate compass, wind and depth sensors; standard full function display in nav station, (3) 20/20 displays on mast, (3+3+1) deck controllers for 20/20 displays, 360 degree analog display in cockpit, (2) FFD displays in cockpit, (2 additional instruments in cockpit) (2000). Reconditioned BG wind sensors, board, speedo (2011). Simrad autopilot w/ ram (2013).Raymarine E80 GPS w/ repeater at nav. station. Icom IC-M127 VHF radio with mast mounted antenna. Icom IC-M710 SSB with AT-130 automatic antenna tuner. Copper grounding plates for SSB. Raytheon R20 radar. Ritchie binnacle compass (2000). Sony AM/FM/CD stereo (2009) with 10 CD changer and speakers in salon and cockpit. Weems and Plath clock and barometer. Autopilot ram (2009). Furuno GP-35 differential GPS. Domestic Equipment Galley: Double stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water. Fresh and seawater foot pumps. Stainless steel 3-burner propane stove with oven and electric propane solenoid. Top loading refrigerator with Seafrost holding plate refrigeration; engine driven compressor and recharged nitrogen (2010). Drying cabinet above sink. Sharp microwave oven (2003). Thermos mounted on bulkhead. Aft hanging locker in galley, heated for foul weather gear. Heads/Showers: Jabsco heads with holding tank. (both replaced c. 2007) Hot and cold fresh water shower in cockpit. Heating & Ventilation: 3 x Hella turbo cabin fans. Eberspacher D4l diesel/forced hot air cabin heather with ducts throughout the interior. Entertainment: Masthead UFO TV antenna. Accommodation Description of layout from forwards: Forward cabin with V-berth, V-berth filler that makes the berth extra-large, storage underneath, seat hanging locker and drawers to port; next aft is a large hanging locker; behind the hanging locker is a head with shower; opposite the head is a guest cabin with upper and lower berths and a hanging locker; next aft is the salon with a wraparound settee, dining table to port, dining table lowers to form double berth, cabinets and shelves outboard above backrests; opposite the salon is the nav. station; next aft to starboard is the walk through galley; aft cabin with centerline double berth, seats on both sides, hanging lockers on both sides, drawers, large mirror, storage lockers and a private head with shower; leather upholstery in salon, nav. station and seats both in aft and forward cabins; curtains for side windows; teak liner in all hanging lockers; additional teak handrails for towel racks in both heads; teak trim around overhead lights. Deck Equipment Rig: I: 18.30m. J: 5.20m. P: 16.20m. E: 4.95m. Triple spreader aluminium mast by Baltic yachts, anodized black. Navtec discontinuous rod rigging. Navtec hydraulic boom vang, backstay adjuster and baby stay. Insulated backstay for SSB antenna. Reckmann R-2 racing roller furling headstay. Shroud rollers. Windex. Winch handles and snatch blocks. Replaced running rigging sheaves (2011). Running rigging inspected (Jay Maloney) (2012); replaced shroud turnbuckle bolts. Main halyard replaced (2013). Winches (by Lewmar): Primaries – (2) L-65 AST 3-speed. Secondaries – (2) L-55 AST electric (new motors 2000). Main Sheet – L-46 AST. Main Halyard – L-40 CST. Genoa/Spinnaker Halyards – (3) L-43 CST. Control Lines – (2) L-43 AST. Sails: Mainsail – North, Nordac, (2013). Spinnaker - .75oz, Nylon, Sobstad. Spinnaker – 1.5oz, Nylon, Hood. Spinnaker - .9 oz asymmetric, Nylon, Hood. Spinnaker - .75, asymmetric. 135% genoa. Quick cover sail bag and lazy jacks (2010). General: Lewmar hatches. Oak boarding ladder. Stainless steel handrail for companionway. Cockpit table. Flag staff. Stanchion replacement (2009). Anchoring & Mooring Equipment: Recessed anchor locker. Lewmar V-3 windlass (2008). 80’ chain. 250’ line. Covers, Canvas & Cushions: Fairclough cover (2009). Bimini/dodger (2013). Tender & Outboard: Teak outboard motor mount (2010). Safety Equipment: Horseshoe life ring. Coast guard safety equipment. Life sling. Lifeline batteries (2009). Fire-fighting equipment: Two type BC extinguishers; one ABC extinguisher.

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