Lady in red: Doryan yacht from Baltic Yachts (2015)

35-foot cruising yacht Doryan (Baltic 116 Custom) was built at the Finnish shipyard Baltic Yachts in January 2015. In its creation took part the architects from Judel/Vrolijk and dizanera Nauta Design. The ship refers to the type of “blue water” is increasingly popular cruisers with a relatively small draft and a height adjustable keel, able to go in shallow water.

Cockpit Doryan feature panoramic Windows and additionally covered integrated with hardtop. At the lower deck in the bow area is located the master cabin, towards the midsection with her side by side twin guest cabins, followed by a bar and lounge combined with a dining area for 8-10 people. In the aft there are two guest cabins, a sector of the crew and the navigation room. All on Board the yacht provides accommodation for 10 guests and 6 crew members.

Its body is painted provocatively red – because a yacht has already received the nickname “Lady In Red”; probably there is the analogy of the same song Chris De Burgh. Body material is carbon fiber, made by technology of vacuum infusion (injection). It is lightweight and at the same time very durable.

In the interior Doryan, created by Studio Nauta Design, with light-coloured wood, leather and various chrome elements.

The yacht has a garage for tender or personal watercraft, as well as managed the swim platform aft.

The main characteristics of the yacht Doryan at Baltic Yachts from (2015)

Length overall (LOA)35.50 m in ватерлинии32.6 Maksimalna ширина8.25 mosadomi. 3.50 m – 5.50 max. mtip корпусаВодоизмещающийВодоизмещение94 кгБаласт32 350 000 cmmaterial корпусаУглепластикДвигателиСимміпѕ QSB6.7Мощность двигателей280 kWГости10Экипаж 6

Photo: Jesús Renedo

    Alexei Turbin
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