MOMENTUM is a well -maintained Baltic 47 that was repowered in 2009. She is equipped for ocean sailing, club racing and cruising. MOMENTUM features a traditional companionway with comfortable access to the interior.
Baltic is world-reknowned for their high quality, excellent sailing boats. MOMENTUM has been rigged to be easily handled by one or two and is comfortable for a couple or a family. Below decks she has 4 staterooms with two heads and a large salon with a spacious well appointed galley.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 47 ft 9 in
Beam: 14 ft 5 in
Length on Deck: 39 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 8 ft 8 in
Displacement: 24692 lbs
Ballast: 10141 lbs
Starting forward is the forepeak with anchor rode storage. Next aft is the Guest Head with a shower and Baby Blake manual toilet and teak shower grate. All heads built in 2011.
Moving aft from the head is a port Guest Stateroom with upper and lower berths and a hanging locker. There is a second Guest Cabin to starboard with a similar arrangement.
The Main Salon is spacious and comfortable, with a large U-shaped dinette to port. There is an adjustable table with storage in the center. There are book shelves and storage outboard, above, and also under the settees. Cushions are off-white leather. Overhead hatches for light and ventilation.
The chart table and navigation area is to starboard across from the salon. This is forward-facing with repeaters, the 110 and 12 volt panel, a large teak chart table, and comfortable bench seat.
Directly aft of the chart area is a U-shaped Galley. This is a great galley for off -hore passages. Deep stainless steel sinks, Corian counters, with deep fiddles, drying locker for dishes, Seafrost cold plate refrigeration, freezer, and three-burner propane stove with oven. Solenoid replaced in 2012.
Aft of the galley is a third Guest Stateroom with upper and lower berths and a hanging locker. There is access to the engine room from this cabin.
Aft to port is the Master Cabin with double berth, lockers, and a dressing table. There is access to the aft head with shower.
The Cockpit is accessed from a direct companionway into the salon. Teak and holly cabin sole. Shades for windows.
Interior teak joiner work is solid wood or laminated and of the highest quality. Joinery is varnished and then hand-rubbed.
Double stainless steel sinks with hot & cold pressure water
Corian-covered countertops with fiddles
Fresh and seawater foot pumps
Stainless steel three-burner gimbaled propane stove and oven
Galley fan above
Custom stainless steel refrigerator and freezer compartments, Sea Frost 2005 with cold plates
Hull and Deck
Momentum has a white hull with a blue bottom and teak decks. The hull is a sandwich construction with aircraft-grade balsa, unidirectional roving with Kevlar, and high grade resin to create an extremely rigid yet light and well-insulated structure. The resin used in the laminates is a modified Isophtaltic polyester with high-impact strength, a high-crack resistance and a higher water resistance than conventionally used resins.
Transverse floors and longitudinal stringers are made of unidirectional roving and Fobmat around a low-density foam core.
Decks are also balsa cored with high-density core reinforcement in areas of winches and fittings. Deck is through-bolted to the hull and overlayed with teak. Teak is vacuum bagged in epoxy. Decks recaulked in 2009.
WINCHES by LEWMAR: All serviced 2012
Primaries (2); L - 66 A
Secondaries (2); L - 58 AST - Electrical
Mainsheet (1); L - 48 AST
Main Halyard (1); L - 44 CST
Genoa Halyards (2); L - 48 CST
Spin Halyards (2); L - 48 AST
Reef etc. (2); L - 48 AST
Fischer Panda 6kW Gnerator in sound shield (2004)
Mastervolt Invertor (July 2010)
50 Amp Alternator; 12 v for starting batteries
70 Amp Alternator; 24 v for service batteries
110 v/AC charger for service batteries
220 v/AC shore power with 75 ft shore power cord
Main engine start battery; 12 v/DC; 120 AH (2008)
Generator start battery: 12 v/DC; 120 AH (2008)
Service batteries: 24 v/DC (6)AGM; 600 AH (July 2010)
Autohelm 7000 autopilot with linear drive type 2 L
B&G Hydra 2000; 1 FFD Repeater in Nav Station; 1 FFD in master cabin; 4 FFD in cockpit (2001); 20/20 Display (2005)
Furuno 1724 Radar with Plotter in Nav Station
Furuno 1720 Color Radar/Plotter in Cockpit (2006)
Furuno AIS Radar & Plotter (2009)
Global Star Satellite Phone
Navtex receiver with printer
Simrad CP32 Differential GPS in Nav Station
Sony 14-inch LCD display in Nav Station. Opens to face main salon for DVD movies
Stereo CD/Tuner with cockpit speakers
Stereo CD/Tuner in forward SB cabin and aft port cabin
Suunto D165 steering compass mounted on steering pedestal
VHF Shipmate RS 8200 with one receiver at Nav Station and one in cockpit (2009)
Sails and Rigging
I - 65.29 ft (19.900 m)
J - 18.37 ft (5.600 m)
P - 57.41 ft (17.500 m)
E - 20.01 ft (6.100 m)
Mainsail - Full batten with Antal cars (2012) - Vectran - DOYLE (2006)
Gennaker 1.5 oz with APC sock - Nylon - DOYLE (1995)
Spinnaker .9 oz - Full radial with APC sock - Nylon - DOYLE (1995)
Aluminum 3-spreader mast racing/cruising type; Painted white
Navtec discontinuous rod rigging
Navtec hydraulics for backstay, boomvang, & outhaul/flattening reef (2012)
Reckmann R3 roller furling headstay
Mast track for Antal Batten Car System (2012)
Lazy jacks for main sail
Mast track for storm try sail
Aluminum spinnaker pole
Mechanical and Engine Details
Engine YANMAR 4JH4 –TE diesel, 75 hp (2009)
Spectra Santa-Cruz watermaker -- 60 l/h (2001)
Water heater capacity is approx. 30 liters
Lofrans Leopard Anchor windlass, 1500 Watt, including Anchor CQR 59 lbs and 196 ft galvanized chain
Max-Prop two-blade feathering propeller
Whale Gusher manual bilge pumps (2)
Electric bilge pump with automatic float switch
Cruise Air air conditioning in all cabins 2 @ 16000 BTU units each
Dodger for main companionway
Pulpit with opening
Stainless steel swim ladder on transom
Seawater deck wash
Elkhide on steering wheel
ORC safety kit
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.