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Baltic 50
$399,900 USD
50ft in

Designed by Bill Tripp and beautifully constructed by Baltic Yachts of Finland, Strathisla is a true racer cruiser – capable of both racing and comfortable cruising. On her launch, naval architect Robert Perry commented “This is a touring sports car, like the new Jag convertible. It will give you the impression you are cruising on a thoroughbred.” Her sleek hull lines carry on Baltic’s heritage of sleek and stylish yachts. Her hull is constructed of Kevlar over balsa core with epoxy resin using vacuum bagging to provide the strongest and lightest possible structure. But her modern and high tech construction techniques don’t tell the whole story, as Strathisla features all the comforts of a heavier luxury yacht, including a beautiful teak deck, carbon fiber fiber furling boom, electric mainsheet and halyard winches, hydronic diesel heat, watermaker, carbon fiber gangway, retracting anchor roller and full B&G electronics package.

Name of vessel Strathisla
Model Baltic 50
Year 1999
Builder Baltic Yachts
Designer Bill Tripp
Price $399,900 USD
Location Seattle, Washington
Length (feet) 50
Beam (feet) 14ft 3in
Draft (feet) 9 ft 6 in
Displacement (pounds) 24140
Ballast (pounds) 9000
Engine model Yanmar 4JH2-CE
Engine horsepower
Engine hours 1800
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 42
Water tank capacity (gallons) 95
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 28
Interior Accommodations
Double stainless sink with hot and cold pressure water
Fresh and raw water foot pumps
Fresh water filters
Force 10 propane 3-burner stove/oven (new 2016)
Separate refrigerator and freezer – Sea Frost
Emerson 700w microwave
Jabsco Sensor Max VSD fresh water pump serving galley and heads (2013)
Hot water heater
(1) electric head
(1) manual head
Electronics and Navigation
B&G H-5000 sailing instruments: (2) FFD displays in cockpit plus apparent wind and magnified apparent wind, (1) FFD at nav station, (3) 20/20 displays at mast (new 2017)
B&G Zeus touch screen chartplotter at nav station (2015)
B&G Zeus 2 chartplotter at cockpit (2017)
B&G ForwardScan forward looking sonar (2016)
B&G 4G broadband radar antenna mounted on carbin fiber stern post (2016)
B&G autopilot plus remote (all B&G equipment is fully integrated) (2017)
B&G external compass and GPS (2017)
Leica MK-412 DGPS plotter
Icom M604 VHF radio with Icom HM157 cockpit remote mic (2015)
Chelsea barometer, clock and thermometer/hygrometer
Suunto D-110 6” binnacle compass
Kenwood KDC-HD455V AM/FM/CD radio with cockpit speakers (2013)
Samsung TV and Blu-Ray disk player in separate salon cabinetry (2013)
LED navigation and running lights
Electrical Systems
24v DC and 110v AC systems
(8) 120ah service batteries in 24v bank
(1) 84ah engine start battery
Magnum 2500 watt inverter/battery charger with ME-RC remote control (2013)
Xantrex LinkLite battery monitor (2013)
110v shore power with several outlets
75’ shore power cord
Analog AC ammeter
Cantalupi LED interior lighting
LED strip lighting beneath salon cabinetry
Mechanical Systems
Yanmar 4JH2-CE diesel engine with SD-31 saildrive (approximately 1,800 hours)
Max Prop 3-blade feathering propeller
Faria water temp and oil pressure gauges
(2) electric bilge pumps with float switch
(2) Whale Gusher manual bilge pumps
Arid Bilge system with three intakes – maintains dry bilge compartments (2014)
Spectra Newport 400 mkII watermaker with remote (2015)
Eberspacher 8kw hydronic heating system with separate controls for salon and staterooms (2014)
Wema tank level indicators for diesel and water tanks (2013)
Deck and Hull
Strathisla’s hull is constructed of Kevlar with balsa coring, utilizing epoxy resin and vacuum bagging techniques. Her hull is painted in flag blue Awlgrip. Her decks are overlayed with teak. The underbody configuration is a fin keel and balanced spade rudder. There is a recessed anchor locker with folding bow roller with controls at the bow and cockpit.
CQR anchor with 190’ 3/8 chain and 200’ rode (2017)
Lewmar Concept 2 windlass
Anchor washdown
Carbon fiber bowsprit with removable dolphin striker
Stainless stanchions boarding gates to port and starboard
Dyneema lifelines (2015)
Custom cockpit cushions (2015)
Custom cockpit table – teak veneer over foam core (2016)
Hot/cold cockpit shower
Carbon fiber gangway – matching flag blue and teak
Carbon fiber bathing ladder
Composite steering wheel with wire cable steering
Full boat canvas cover (2016)
6-person liferaft and safety equipment
Sails and Rigging
Omohundro triple spreader carbon fiber mast, painted in white Awlgrip
Custom Park Avenue style carbon fiber furling boom
Navtec discontinuous rod rigging
Hydraulic mast step
Navtec hydraulic boom vang and backstay adjuster with central control panel
Removable inner forestay and running backstays for staysail
Harken roller furling on headstay
Harken mainsail traveler
(2) Lewmar primary winches
(2) Lewmar secondary winches
(2) Lewmar electric mainsheet winches
(2) Lewmar electric halyard and control line winches
Mainsail (racing) – North Sails 3DL – very good condition
Mainsail (cruising) – North Sails cruising 3DL with taffeta – good condition
105% genoa (racing) – North Sails 3DL – very good condition
105% genoa (cruising) – North Sails cruising 3DL with taffeta – good condition
Code Zero 130% – North Sails Kevlar – very good condition
Gennaker (full hoist) – North Sails nylon – good condition
Gennaker (fractional hoist) – North Sails nylon – very good condition
Staysail/storm jib – North Sails 3DL – excellent condition
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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