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For sale is a Baltic 55 DP modified for exploration from 1989
GRYNING is hull #9 and as such, the last of the popular Baltic 55's built.
GRYNING was expertly outﬁtted for short handed passage making when built. She has primarily been captain maintained and constantly upgraded.
In 2015 she was converted/upgraded for Polar Explrations and sailed into the most diﬃcult weather conditions in the North Sea, Med and North Atlantic Ocean, without any issues.
With her shoal draft wing keel and user friendly deck layout, she is a perfect world cruiser. GRYNING was extensively reﬁt during winters 1999/2000, 2000/2001, 2003/2004, 2005/2006 and 2013 at the BALTIC YACHTS SHIPYARD.
During the winter of 2013 she was at a Baltic yard where a lifecycle service was done.
GRYNING is a truly fast and comfortable passage maker. A lot of the upgrades, such as larger engine with matched propeller, carbon ﬁber rudder, carbon ﬁber pocket boom, carbon ﬁber mast and other sail handling equipment she has received over the past few years have further enhanced her speed and ease of handling.
Under power she has a cruising speed of 8 knots at 2,200 rpm and 9+ knots at 85% engine power. At 6 knots she has a range of 1000 Nm under engine.
She was 1st in class and second overall in the Marblehead-Halifax Ocean Race 2003, 3rd in class and third overall 2005 and 2nd in class in the Newport-Bermuda Race 2008. IRC measured weight 45,930 Ibs (20,834 kg).
She is compliant with OGR 2023 speciﬁcations, with minor parts to be replaced.
While from 1989, she is a unique yacht in several ways and has a number of features that are usually found on much more modern yachts. Main of these unique features are:
Full exposé on request.
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