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1987 Baltic 43

$ 169,900
Reference Number
1987 Baltic 43
Motor type
  • Diesel
  • Gasoline
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Additional information
Boat Name
 Designer: Baltic Design Group and Judel - Vrolijk
 Keel: Fin
 Hull Shape: Monohull
 LOA: 43 ft 3 in
 Beam: 13 ft 8 in
 LWL: 35 ft 8 in
 Maximum Draft: 8 ft 0 in
 Displacement: 19750 lbs
 Ballast: 8485 lbs
 Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
 Dry Weight: 19750 lbs
 Engine Brand: Yanmar
 Engine(s) Total Power: 40 HP
 Engine Model: 4JHE
 Engine Type: Inboard
 Propeller: Folding propeller
 Year Built: 1989
 Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Stainless steel (70 Gallons)
 Fuel Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (45 Gallons)
 Holding Tanks: 1
 Number of cabins: 2
 Number of heads: 2
 Wind speed and direction
 Navigation center
 CD player
 Fully battened mainsail
 Furling genoa
 Steering wheel
 Electric winch
 Spinnaker pole
Inside Equipment
 Electric bilge pump
 Manual bilge pump
 Battery charger
 Hot water
 Microwave oven
 Marine head
Electrical Equipment
 Shore power inlet
Outside Equipment/Extras
 Teak cockpit
 Teak sidedecks
 Mainsail cover
 Current Survey February 24th 2012
Contact the listing agent for a copy of the current survey that was performed by:
Frank K Wyatt
February 24th 2012
You will not be disappointed!
 Specifications for WIKD
TYPE: Sailboat - Cruiser/racer BUILDER: BALTIC YACHTS MODEL: BALTIC 43 tall rig DESIGNER: Judel/Vrolijk
 YEAR: 1987
 ENGINE: Yanmar 4JHE 44 HP (1998) FUEL: 170 liters 45 gallons (ss) WATER: 416liters 110 gallons (ss)
LOA: 43.34’ LWL: 35.76’ BEAM: 13.78’ DRAFT: 8.05’ I: 59.67’ J: 17.06’ P: 53.15’ E: 17.16’ DISPL: 19,754 lb BALLAST: 8,488 lb
13.21 m 10.90 m 4.20 m 2.45 m 18.19 m 5.25 m 16.20 m 4.92 m 8,960 kg 3,895 kg
Forward cabin with a king-sized V-berth, storage underneath, a seat to starboard and port, hanging locker on starboard side with shelved storage and two cabinets to port and starboard, four overhead hatches for superior ventilation, private head with shower to port; next aft is the salon with a wrap around settee with dining table to port, dining table can be lowered to form a double berth, cabinets and shelves outboard above backrests, entertainment center mounted in salon. Opposite the salon is the nav. station; next aft to starboard is the walk through galley separated from the nav. station by a bar locker with storage for bottles and glasses and the top access refrigerator. Aft cabin with centerline king, seats to port and starboard, hanging lockers and shelves, storage lockers and a private head with shower. Grey leather upholstery in forward cabin and beige leather in salon, nav. station and aft cabin.
  Double stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water
  Fresh water foot pump
  Seaward marine microwave (built-in above refrigerator)
  Stainless steel 3-burner propane stove with oven and electric propane solenoid
  Propane line cut off valve
  Top- loading refrigerator with two compressors - (1) 120VAC for dockside - (1) engine driven
  Drying locker above sink
  Ample storage and counter space including pantry aft of stove
  Dishes and silverware place settings for four
  B&G Hercules System 390 with (4) 20/20 displays; (2) mast mounted and (1) port and starboard in cockpit. System has fluxgate compass, sonic speed sensor, depth and wind sensors. Values displayed on each display can be controlled by cockpit-located switches. 360 degree analog wind direction repeater.
  Hercules System 390 depthsounder and 390 master control unit mounted at nav station
  FURUNO 1621 Mk II LCD radar (gimbaled backstay mount)
  Garmin GPSMAP 210 GPS chart plotter
  AUTOHELM 6000 autopilot, linear drive
  Remote for autopilot
  SONY AM/FM CD player w/remote control
 12 V DC service batteries 3x120 Ah (1997)
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  Balmar 130 Amp alternator
  OPTIMA gelcell 12 V DC starting battery (1998)
  110V AC shore power with outlets throughout
  Newmar 110V 50 Amp automatic battery charger
  Newmar 1800 watt inverter 12V DC - 110V AC
  50' shore power cord
  Phone cord
  Fluorescent overhead cabin lights
  Brass reading lights in all three cabins
  Electric fans in salon,forward and aft cabins (1996)
  Fiberglass and balsa sandwich construction, Kevlar/E-glass hybrid fibers and CK 57 aircraft balsa
  Flag blue hull with gold stripes (linear polyurethane Awlgrip 10/1998)
  Teak decks including cockpit and coamings, teak decks are vacuum bagged in epoxy (no fasteners)
  Elliptical fin keel with balanced semi-elliptical spade rudder
  Recessed anchor locker with Lewmar Concept 1anchor windlass w/gypsy and capstan (1999)
  Deck-mounted windlass switches, cockpit control and windlass safety switch
  Stainless steel handrail over companionway
  Bracket for outboard engine
  Dodger for main companionway, white
  Teak cockpit table w/padded storage bag
  Gatorback full batten mainsail
  Cruising mainsail
  Genoa #1 (used once) medium
  Genoa #1`
Spectra 1994 North Dacron 1987 Larsen Kevlar/mylar 1996 North Spectra 1987 Hood
1995 North
1987 Doyle Spectra 1995 North Nylon 1987 Hood Poly 1995 North Poly 1995 North
Nylon U/K Hood 1987 Hood
  Genoa #2 (used twice)
  Genoa #2 roller furling (reconditioned 1998)
  Genoa #3
  Spinnaker 1.5 oz.
  Spinnaker .85 oz.
  Spinnaker .6 oz.
  Cruising spinnaker w/sock
  Spinnaker staysail
  Triple spreader aluminum mast anodized black, Tall rig
  NAVTEC discontinuous rod rigging
  NAVTEC hydraulic boom vang, backstay adjuster and flattener/outhaul with central panel
  Insulated backstay for SSB antenna and grounding plates, factory installed
  Spinnaker pole
  Lazy jacks
  RECKMAN R3 roller furling headstay
  ANTAL roller bearing traveler and mainsheet blocks
  All halyards replaced with Spectra/Kevlar line
  Running backstays
  Main sheet and control lines
  Main halyard
(2) L-65 AST
(2)  L-55 AST electric
(3)  L-44 AST
L-43 CST
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 Genoa/spinnaker halyards (4) L-46 AST
  Holding tank for aft and forward heads
  Electric bilge pump with automatic float switch
  (2) WHALE Gusher 10 manual bilge pumps
  Sea water deck wash
  Double propane tanks
  SHUR-FLO fresh water pump with accumulator tank (1998)
  Electric sump pumps for both heads (forward replaced 1998)
  AC powered fresh water heater and fresh water engine heat exchanger
  Eberspacher diesel heater - forced air to all cabins and heads
  3-blade Maxprop
  Screens for deck hatches
  Custom fitted bedspreads for forward and aft berths
  Upholstery for forward and aft berth cushions (1996)
  45# CQR anchor with chain and rode
  25# Danforth anchor with chain and rode
  Avon 6 man, offshore valise
  Fenders (6) and docking lines
  Winch handles and snatch blocks
  Boat hook and flag staff
  Bosun's chair
  Horseshoe life ring
  Man Overboard Module on stern rail
  Storm drogue
  Safety equipment for eight plus
  Emergency tiller
  Bar-B-Q grill
  Swim ladder
  Throw pillows
WIKD is in excellent condition throughout. The entire interior forward of the mast is used for the luxurious master stateroom with en-suite head and shower. The tall rig and elliptical keel offer exceptional performance upwind. The layout of the deck and cockpit makes for easy handling. An excellent example of a well appointed and maintained BALTIC 43', WIKD offers a perfect blending of cruising comfort and serious racing capability.
 Performance Indicators
 D/L = 192 (150-200 = Cruiser /Racer )B/D = 43%( Above 35% = stiffer boat and higher resistance)SA/D = 18 (16-20 = High Powered Performance)Comfort = 23.2 (Moderate motion)Capsize = 2.04L/B = 3.1
 Furuno 16 Mile RadarGarmin Handheld GPSB&G Hercules Speed Instrument B&G Hercules Wind InstrumentB&G Hercules Depth InstrumentIcom M55 VHFStereo W/CD playerPaper Charts
 Yanmar 4JHE 40hpMAX Prop Feathering PropellerType: Diesel Marine High Speed Fresh Water Cooled Alternator 12v high output
Rigging & Sails
 Spar = Extruded AluminumRigging = Stainless RodSails = 2 - Main Sails, 3 - 100%, 120% & 150% Genoa, 4 - SpinnakersWinches Lewmar, Two Electric #55's & 65 three speed, two #43, four #40 and three #30Navtec Hydraulic backstayVangBabystayRod rigging dimensions = Inners 7/16'', Outers 1/2'', Backstay 5/16'', running backs wire 3/8'',
Sail Area
IJPE : 902.00 sq ft
I : 58.00 ft
J : 17.08 ft
P : 51.58 ft
E : 15.75 ft
Working Sail Area : 902.00 sq ft
 Stove = 3 burner LPG Oven and BroilerMicrowaveRefrigeration, Raw water cooled with holding plateHot & Cold water pressureNewer water heater
 1 - Fuel total capacity = 45 USG Stainless-Steel2 - Water total capacity = 70 USG Stainless-SteelHolding Tank
Manufacturer Provided Description
 The Baltic 43 is a sloop-rigged IOR-IMS racer - cruiser. The hull is balsa core fiberglass sandwich construction to the highest specification using fiberglass mat, unidirectional roving and mat-roving combination to develop an extremely rigid yet light and well-insulated structure. Unidirectional roving is a special developed E-glass - aramid (Kevlar) hybrid to improve impact resistance, strength and safety of the construction. High-grade resin is used in the lamination process to create an extremely strong high-tech laminate. Taking advantage of modern lightweight construction techniques and fiber technology enables a higher ballast-displacement ratio, which gives better performance and seaworthiness. The new, rounded keel shape is based on extensive tank testing and practical tests on one-off racing yachts. Keel performance is optimized. The new keel shape has a higher lift-drag ratio than a conventional fin type keel, and a lower centre of gravity, increasing stability without adding ballast weight. Shorter cord lengths at top and tip improve laminar flow and lower drag. The mast is a three-spreader racing-cruising type. Spar is made from aluminum alloy as a hollow, oval section and provided with aluminum airfoil spreaders. Available in two interior configurations. Joinery work is to the highest standard. All joinery is teak-faced, with solid teak or laminated teak frames and cappings. The joinery is varnished throughout. Visible surfaces are varnished and hand-rubbed to obtain a satin type surface.
 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.
United States
San Diego
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