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Yachting World’s January 2019 situation carries our total report on this gorgeous new luxury effectiveness cruiser. Sailing out of Palma, Toby Hodges walks you as a result of the Baltic 67, built and designed by superyacht professionals Judel Vrolijk, Design and style Limitless and Baltic Yachts for long-distance limited-handed cruising. ► Come to be a Cost-free SUBSCRIBER to Yachting World’s YouTube web site now –

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36 comments

  1. Money no object?? Walley all day every day!!

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  2. great boat, love the electric stove! shows experience!
    why so many still use propane, i can’t imagine, i can make electricity i CAN’T make propane.

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  3. She is a thing of beauty !

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  4. Why is there a useless spike at the bow costing 2ft of useless moorage fees?

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  5. Wouldn't mind one of these..could happily live on one for the rest of my life😊

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  6. beautiful boat!

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  7. This guy seems perfectly bored with this boat.

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  8. If money was no object, I would order two of the Swan 115's and have them built into the first Swan catamaran.

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  9. Is that papyrus?

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  10. Stunning boat but some questinable features for my tastes. That mainsheet arrangement looks lethal – i could imagine an unexpected gybe resulting in a slack mainsheet taking out one of the helm pedestals (and the helmsman) as it sweeps over. Ouch!

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  11. I prefer the old, clunky, comfy "Algonquin" hotel over the "Four Seasons" (I can only afford a snack at either-ha!) so if I were loaded I'd like an old Alden w/brass and tons of wood trim vs. this stealth bomber looking thing. I get the desire for sophistication and neatness, but I just like a boat-y boat. I have always thought nav stations are a waste of space. Love the clear decks though. Thanks for these videos–you're hot, Toby (especially on the J Class)

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  12. What a beautiful vessel!
    Thank you very much, Toby!

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  13. One stumble at the helm and your overboard.

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  14. Gorgeous boat. But the deck feels too naked for real world cruising.

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  15. Another puff piece review by Toby. Don’t expect a single critical comment from a media outlet paid by the companies it “reviews”.

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  16. this is my yacht, pls ask me anything about her you'd like.

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  17. Can it withstand a 30m rogue wave

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  18. No Wind presentations are just cruel , who wants to see sailing in 1 bft winds

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  19. The cabins make no sense, the owner's cabin can hardly accomodate one person on the tiny bed

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  20. They made a yacht out of carbon fiber and then added a heavy, unnecessary teak deck? Teak is 50 pounds per cubic foot, and to install the teak, you take a perfectly watertight, maintenance free fiberglass deck and drill hundreds of holes in it.

    I'm sure it could be handled by a couple – of Olympic athletes. The boat would be unmanageable if there were a power failure – a lightning strike, etc. Lots of empty cabin sole in the salon, so that you can pick up a lot of momentum if a heavy sea throws you from one side of the cabin to the other. There is no shelter for the helmsman / watch keeper from spray or rain. LOL The yacht is quite beautiful and sleek, though, and no doubt very fast, for a monohull.

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  21. Twin unprotected rudders have no place on any blue water boat.
    And I'd love to watch a couple trying to handle that boat in heavy weather!

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  22. so whats better this or a luxury Cat like the 68ft Gunboat? As far as money is no object is concerned?

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  23. no pilot house? steering out in the open? no thanks. maybe for Caribbean sailing, but not for open ocean, tropical sailing for weeks…

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  24. Looks like a Bill Tripp design

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  25. Very beautiful outside but I wouldn't like to be in a stormy weather in this boat. Its dangerous even inside with those sharp lines.

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  26. what no pinball machine in the saloon ?

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  27. Another great review Toby. You are the best in the business IMO…!

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  28. Beautiful boat, but for me, nothing can beat a catamaran. The dual hull by itself is a must because you immediately lose the tilt you get sailing with a monohull vessel. With a dual hull you also get width/surface area that you don’t have with a monohull. Makes for a much more enjoyable sailing experience in my opinion.

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  29. If one should chose to venture
    out of sun drenched med or
    carib waters are there options
    for cockpit shelter on this craft?

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  30. Induction hob without gimbal?

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  31. A few clarifications on the comments to this video:

    We have now sailed some 6.000 nm with Manyeleti including the delivery from Finland to Palma and a few longer trips is the Med. I can obviously confirm that this is a dream Long Distance Cruising Boat that we intend to sail around the world in a few years time following our previous trip from Mallorca to Sydney in a Baltic 56.

    A few things to clarify:
    Yes, there is a dinghy garage and it stores a forward facing 3.2 meter aluminium rib with a 20 hp mounted.
    Yes, there is an anchor with 100 meters of chain
    Yes, there is a very big and well built spray hood. Same fabric as Oyster uses.
    Yes, there is a carbon fiber, custom built, semi-fixed bimini, 2*2 meters over the forward part of the cockpit. It has been mounted 24/7 since we left Holland in June with the only exception being most of the photoshoots. It can be extended over the aft part of the cockpit with a canvas when in port. It is absolutely great!
    No, there is no shade over the steering position when sailing since it is virtually impossible to get on such a wide boat. On the other hand, you tend to spend very little time at the wheel offshore.

    A very big difference between light boats like this Baltic and most heavier traditional cruising boats is that it actually sails in the prevailing conditions, 10-15 knots downwind, that you have on a westbound round the world trip.

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  32. The windows are tiny.

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  33. I need to win the lottery

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  34. Id def want easy acsess to motor and all that stuff varry inmmportant from what i see

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  35. Think i seen this in another vidio

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