Delivered in 2004 this high performance cruiser built by Baltic Yachts and designed by Judel /Vrolijk and Vismara Yacht design has been conceived to take the yacht's crew safely around the world in every condition. She is the perfect yacht to perform on long voyages with the words Safety, Autonomy, Functionality, Performance and Comfort in mind.
Baltic 79 Lady G interiors have been designed to create comfortable areas, guaranteeing privacy between the crew, service and navigation areas and the ones reserved to the owner and guests. The dinette is very large and raised to offer better visibility from the wheelhouse as well as being particularly light, thanks to the 180° side windows in tempered plate glass.
The composite material construction, with hull in carbon and glass and deck covered entirely in carbon, allows a notable saving in weight and even better performance, with speeds of up to 12 knots under motor power. The retractable fin keel means draught can be reduced from 4.50 to 2.80 m, while the water tanks (2,000 litres) and fuel tanks (2,500 litres) offer wide margins of autonomy for long range use.
The design combines some of the high performance elements of Baltic 78 and the comfort of Baltic 87 Deck House. Baltic 79 Lady G has standard modulus four spreader rig with rod rigging and a Park Avenue boom. This reliable yet performing rig package is ideal for large cruising yachts.
The deck features a very short deckhouse ending aft of the mast to leave the bridge free. Comfortable living space on deck is also assured by a large cockpit for guests and sunbathing area. The aft cockpit concentrates most of the maneuvering gear and it offers twin wheels provided with two highly equipped pedestals. The stern opens to provide garage space for the 4.2 meter tender.
The area for the boat’s owner and guests extends towards the bow: master suite is forward and includes two separate bunks and a spacious en suite head; going astern two twins cabins and two heads assure comfort to all the guests on board of Baltic 79 - Lady G
The “crew mess” is located in the stern, where it has an independent entrance, and the galley is separated from the dinette. The engine room, amidships, contains all of the systems and machinery to allow easy inspections and also includes laundry room and larder with cold room.