Baltic Yachts 35 for sale

Annapolis, MD, United States

$63,500 USD

General information
Baltic Yachts 35
Used sail boat for sale
$63,500 USD
Baltic Design Group and Judel
Length overall
Length waterline
4.94 tons (U.S.)
Fin Keel
Annapolis, MD, United States

About this Baltic Yachts 35


The IDEAL "CRUISER/RACER" and the PERFECT "RACER/CRUISER" The quality of construction, design, and craftsmanship of the Baltic Yachts can be seen when you get aboard "Alida". She has been well maintained by the current owner and the previous owners. A successful race winner (Chicago-Macinac Over-All 1988) and classified best as a "Perfomance/Cruiser" the Baltic 35 is set up with a comfortable Main Cabin, Forward Cabin, and Aft Cabin. At 35' with 568 sq. ft. of sail area the Baltic 35 can easily be sailed, raced or cruised single handed or as a couple. The Baltic 35 is an ideal boat that can satisfy all your boating needs.  

Recent updating

Installed new C-Map Chip in Chart Plotter

Replaced shower head/sprayer with high quality sprayer

Polished sink

Checked over and commissioned engine

"M" marine services commissioned sails and varnished woodwork

Tender inflated and ready to go

The boat is in Sail-away condition

Improvements since 2005

Thousands invested in her since 2005; new teak decks, new electronics, new upholstery, new standing and running rigging, new sails, including a new boom. Compliant with the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Offshore Racing
Safety Regulations for Category 2.


Name: Alida (formerly Aces Wild)                        LOA: 34.90’ 10.64 m
Type: Sailboat - Cruiser/racer                              LWL: 28.70’ 8.75 m
Builder: Baltic Yachts; Bosund, Finland               Beam: 11.48’ 3.50 m
Model: Baltic 35                                                   Draft: 6.07’ 1.85 m
Designer: Judel/Vrolijk                                         I: 41.95’ 12.79 m
Year: 1986                                                           J: 12.63’ 3.85 m
Engine: Yanmar 2GM20F, 18 hp                         P: 43.50’ 13.26 m
Rig: Fractional sloop - tall rig                               E: 15.60’ 4.76 m
Hull Material: fiberglass and balsa sandwich       Displ: 9,877 lb. 4,480 kg
Hull # 27 (45 built; 1984 - 2001)                           Ballast: 4,145 lb. 1,880 kg
Hull ID# XYB350270586                                      Clearance 58.00’ 17.68 m
U.S. Doc. 905345                                                 SS Fuel Tank: 32 gal. 120 liters
Sail # 41112                                                          SS Water Tanks: 47 gal. (32/15) 216 liters
PHRF - NE Ratings: 120 Racing; 126 Cruising    Fuel Range: 100 h/480 miles @ 5 knots

(NOTE: An optional additional water tank was added at the factory...water capacity is 47 Gallons)

Thousands invested in her since 2005; new teak decks, new electronics, new upholstery, new standing and running rigging, new sails, etc. Compliant with the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Offshore Racing Safety Regulations for Category 2 (except for offshore life raft).


Forward cabin w/ V-berth, storage underneath, next aft is hanging locker w/ shelves to starboard; head w/ shower wand to port; next aft is the salon with U-shaped settee and drop leaf dining table to port, L-shaped settee to starboard, storage above backrests on both sides; next aft to port is the L-shaped galley; opposite the galley is the forward facing nav station w/ chart storage; aft cabin w/ door; double berth to port w/ seat and hanging locker to starboard; main cabin settees and aft berth equipped w/ lee cloths; below decks all teak w/ blue/gray tweed upholstery (new 2005)


Double SS sink w/ hot and cold pressure water
Fresh and sea water foot pumps
JABSCO fresh water pump (new 2006)
MOBILIFE SS 3-burner gimbaled propane stove w/ oven, electric and manual propane shut-off valves
2 Well insulated Top-loading SS iceboxes
Additional SS ice box under port settee in salon
Two 10 lb. aluminum propane tanks w/pressure gauge and regulator (new 2013/2014)
Propane electric off valve, line and leak alarm (new 2017) automatic shutoff (new 2018)
Isotemp Slimline 15 – 4 gal. SS hot water heater (new 2013)


1987 - 1995 Chicago, IL - Lake Michigan - owner, Jack Levy
1988 Overall winner - 81st Chicago to Mackinac Island Race; 333 mi.; 292 entries
1995 – 2005 Irving, VA - Chesapeake Bay - owner, Arthur Harrison
2005 - Present Portsmouth, NH - Atlantic - owners, Philip and Margaret Cavanaugh
2008 Overall winner PSA Cruising Fleet Series; 18 races; 10 entries
2019 Relocated to Annapolis, MD – same ownership


4 B&G Hercules h1000 sailing MFD’s and 2 analogue gauges in cockpit include speed/log, wind
speed/direction, depth, sea water temperature sensors, VMG, WPT, etc; additional MFD at nav station (new 2007)
Spare B&G wind and depth interface units; spare B&G analog wind gauge
Furuno 1715 LCD radar on tower at stern w/ display on swivel mount at nav station (new 2016)
Raymarine ST 7000 auto pilot mounted to rudder post with ST 7200 control head at helm (latter new 2011)
Type 1 linear drive unit (rebuilt 2012)
Spare like new (200 hrs.) SPX-10 processor and compass on board
Horizon GX 2200 Matrix VHF w/AIS & GPS (new 2016)
Horizon remote UHF mike at helm (new 2012)
Horizon 175C GPS w/ chart plotter at nav station (new 2006)
Eton Grundig FR 400 emergency weather radio (new 2007)
Fusion bluetooth marine stereo with speakers in cabin and cockpit (new 2018)
Ritchie Navigator binnacle mount compass (new 2013)
Weems & Plath clock and barometer mounted on cabin bulkhead (new 2005)


(4) 6V DC in series AGM Lifeline GC2 deep cycle batteries (new 2018)
Promariner P1240 40 AMP battery charger (new 2013)
Balmar smart gauge battery monitor (new 2013)
50 ‘ shore power cord (new 2005)
80 Amp Balmar alternator (new 2009 rebuilt in 2017)
ARS-5 Balmar multi-stage regulator (new 2009)
Nav lights - bow, stern and masthead: also anchor, steaming and deck lights (all LED’s at masthead, bow and stern rails new 2013)
LED lights in galley and head (new 2018)
4 interior fans (new 2005)
Aft cabin DC outlet installed (new 2015)

Deck and Hull

Balanced spade rudder – fiberglass w/ closed cell foam core (new 2013)

2 Opening Hatches for light and ventilation 

Trapezoidal fin keel (keel bolts re-torqued to spec. 2013)
Fiberglass and balsa sandwich construction
Cream gelcoat hull w/ blue/red cove and sheer stripes (redone in 2004)
Bottom barrier coated and painted w/ Pettit color black
1/2 “ thick teak decks by TDS including cockpit and coamings (new 2007)
Smooth/non-skid surfaces on deck painted w/ IMRON
Man overboard pole tube in transom
Recessed anchor locker at bow
Electric sea water deck wash in anchor locker at bow (new pump 2008; new hose 2012)
SS boarding ladder on transom
Opening hatches in forward and main cabins w/ screens (new Lexan 2006)
4 Lexan windows in main cabin (2 new Lexan 2007 and 2 new in 2017)
Opening port in head w/ screen and 2 opening ports in aft cabin w/ screens
2 solar-powered ventilators and 2 vents (new 2007)
4 Bronze Blake thru hulls
Raw water intake covered with bronze strainer (new 2019)


Double spreader plus jumpers, aluminum mast and boom by Baltic Yachts, anodized black
New Ballenger boom with preventer leashes both sides (new 2017)
Backup custom preventer system (new 2006)
7/8 fractional rig
Schaefer 4 to 1mainsheet traveler (new 2008)
Harken batt car track on mast (new 2006)
NAVTEC rod rigging (new 2008)
Hall Quick-Vang spring tension boom vang (eliminates need for topping lift)
Harken roller furling headstay
Single adjustable backstay
Running backstays - 3/8” Dyneema (new 2008)
Cunningham on main luff led to cockpit (new 2007)
Inside jib track for solent, storm jib, staysail
Outside genoa tracks w/ adjustable cars w/ control lines led to cockpit through jam blocks (new 2007)
Spinnaker pole track, halyard and pole lift on mast
Spinnaker pole, light and heavy air whisker poles
All running rigging (new 2006/2007)
Main halyard and mast sheaves (replaced 2013)
All halyards and control lines led aft to cockpit through line organizers and 2 six line Lewmar rope clutches (new 2008)
Burgee/radar reflector halyard to starboard spreader (new 2007)
5 snatch blocks for spinnaker sheets, after guys, etc.
ATN Tacker - permits use of symmetrical and asymmetrical spinnakers w/o pole (new 2006)
Mainsail lazy jacks (new 2006)


2 primaries in cockpit - 2 speed self-tailing - Lewmar -46 A
2 secondaries in cockpit - 2 speed self-tailing - Lewmar -40 A
2 on coach roof for halyards and control lines - 2 speed self-tailing - Lewmar -43 A
6 Lewmar winch handles - 2 are Lewmar 12” one touch (new 2007)
6 Sunbrella winch covers (new 2010)


Mainsail (full batten, perf. roach, w/ battcar slides) Pentex 2007 North
Genoa 150% (Roller furling w/ UV border) Mylar/Dacron 2007 North
Genoa 135% (Roller furling w/ UV border) Dacron 1999 North
Heavy weather jib 85% w/ luff groove mount or grommets for tie on Dacron 2008 North
Storm trysail w/ battcar slides (never used) Dacron 1986 North
Storm jib converted to Gale Sail - mounts over roller furling forestay (never used) Dacron 1986 North
Spinnaker .75 oz. Nylon 1989 North
Gennaker (asymmetrical spinnaker - .75 oz. w/ sock Nylon 1995 North


Yanmar diesel - 18 hsp w/ 32 gallon fuel tank (engine compartment insulation new 2008)
Cutluss bearing replaced (2018)
Oil pressure and water temp gauges at helm (2014)
Exhaust elbow replaced with SS (2016)
Heat exchanger serviced, injectors replaced and engine painted (2017)
Jabsco manual toilet w/ holding tank and Y-valve for overboard or pump out discharge (new 2009)
Jabsco filterless shower drain pump (new 2011)
3 gallon Todd Marine holding tank (new 2014)
2 Whale Gusher manual bilge pumps - 1 in cockpit, 1 in cabin at galley (rebuilt 2006)
3 burner with oven propane gimbaled stove
Whale Henderson MK 5 manual waste pump (new 2014)
2 blade SS 15/10 MARTEC geared folding propeller w/ line cutters on prop shaft (prop new 2010: cutters new 2005)

Safety Equipment

Compliant with ISAF Regulations for Category 2
Primary anchor (22 lbs. Delta) with 300 ft. chain and nylon rode for boats 25’ - 41’ (new 2005)
Secondary anchor (10 lbs. Fortress) w/ 250 ft. chain and nylon rode for boats 33’ - 38’ (new 2005)
4’ Delta Drogue w/ bale and transom mounted pad eyes for storm condition running and rudderless steering (new 2007)
Emergency tiller and rudder board w/ SS U-bolts to attach to spin. pole (new 2008)
ACR - EPIRB - registered (new 2005 and recertified 2011)
Weems & Plath Sirus Signal SOS Distress Light (new 2016)
ACR ditch bag w/ food, water, flares, etc. (new 2005)
Medical kit w/ guide for first aid at sea (new 2005)
Life sling (new 2005)
Horseshoe buoy attached to MOB pole (new 2005)
ACR Overboard Strobe (attached to horseshoe buoy and MOB pole) (new 2005)
75’ heaving line w/ float
10 PFDs w/ whistles and lights
Marine toolbox and tools (new 2005)
Clevis pin removal kit and hack saw (new 2005)
Hatchet (new 2011)
Rechargeable spotlight – (new 2014)
VHF emergency antenna (new 2008)
Jack lines and 2 pad eye attachments on foredeck, 2 at mast and 5 in cockpit (new 2008)
2 radar reflectors for hoist - 1 Davis (new 2008) 1 Ecomaster (new 2009)
2 fog horns - 1 compressed air/ 1 manual (new 2005)
Ship’s bell w/ mounts in cockpit and cabin (new 2005)
Back-up LED/battery operated nav lights (new 2007)
4 USCG reg fire extinguishers (new 2015)
4 bronze Blake thru hulls labeled w/ wood plugs secured to each
AC circuit breakers at nav station and in starboard lazarette (latter new 2006)
Galley and head AC outlets fitted w/ GFCI devices (new 2006)
SS bow pulpit and stern rails
SS stanchions and lifelines (lines not covered to comply w/ racing regs.)
SS companionway handrails
Safety belts at galley and nav station
Bilge high water alarm (new 2018)
Lightning protection system - top of mast and grounded to keel and chain plates (new 2005)
Fire and carbon monoxide alarm in cabin (new 2005)
Spare drop board for companion way
Bosun’s chair (new 2011)
ATN Mast Climber (new 2016)
2 cockpit spray skirts w/ sail numbers (new 2007 never used)


48” steering wheel covered with grey elk hide
Two boat hooks and flag staff and flags (new in 2006)
Sail cover, wheel cover and line bags (new 2005)
4 dock lines, 4 covered fenders (new 2005)
Weems & Plath cabin oil lamp (new 2005)
Weems & Plath 6” chrome bell (new 2013)
Privacy curtain for forward cabin (new 2006)
Navy blue Sunbrella mainsail cover and wheel cover (new 2005)
Navy blue Sunbrella boom tent and 2 deck hatch covers (new 2013)
Navy blue Sunbrella companion way spray hood (new 2012)
2 line bags (new 2013)
SS cook set; cutlery, utensils, flatware, dishes, mugs, glasses, miscellaneous galley items (new 2005)
5 gal. deck shower (new 2011)
3 – 2 gallon buckets

3 gallon Todd Marine holding tank (new 2014)

2 blade SS 15/10 MARTEC geared folding propeller w/ line cutters on prop shaft (prop new 2010: cutters new 2005)

Canadian Yacht Nov 1984

<_span22_>Steve Killing is an independent designer based in midland, Ontario. He is the Head of the Design program from North America’s Cup Challenge.<_span22_>
<_span22_>Originally Published in Canadian Yacht’s Nov 1984 issue.

 <_span22_>Consistently Classy


<_span22_>By Steven Killing<_span22_>

<_span22_> No matter who designs Baltic's boats, they all come out looking great and, amazingly enough, related to each other. Whether created by Doug Peterson or, in this case, the Judel -Vrolijk design team from Germany, that classy styling is always there.


The new Baltic 35 is the smallest of the yachts now available from Baltic Yachts in Finland. When Baltic was formed it had formidable competition down the road from Nautor, builders of the Swan line. But it managed to establish an excellent reputation by maintaining the same level of quality that Nautor had set for boats from Finland, yet created a styling that was distinctive enough to be recognized as "Baltic." The only way I can describe the difference between Baltic and Nautor in cabin shapes is that the Baltic models appear a little more angular and perhaps lighter visually obviously a very subjective comment. When I get a new design from either company, I begin to smile before I even get the envelope open. I know I'm going to like the product.


Rolf Vrolijk, who used to be a sales representative for C&C Yachts in the days when the Canadian company designed for Baltic, decided he could do a better job of designing than the designers themselves, and struck out on his own. He has been very successful and has teamed up with Judel to produce such winners as Dusselboot, Outsider, Espada, Pinta and Container, some names that you may recognize from the Admiral's Cup and the SORC. Baltic had built a couple of Judel-Vrolijk boats and the relationship worked well enough that the design team got the chance to do the 35.
The hull was designed "with more displacement, better stability, more volume inside, no trim problems when the boat heels," as well as better downwind control, than an equivalent pure racing boat. To achieve these goals Baltic has gone for a wide beam aft, but added volume forward above the waterline to correct the usual bow down problems.


Many advantages are found with the fractional rig, this one a seven eighths. With the use of swept back spreaders, the baby stay has been eliminated, and that means smoother tacking. The smaller headsails are easier to handle, and if you don't feel like putting one up at all, the boat will sail well under main alone. Off the wind, with smaller spinnakers set lower on the rig, the tendency to roll is reduced.


The interior, though, is the area that sells most Baltics. When looking at the accommodation plan of any Baltic boat, one is struck by the angled bulkheads, and you may be tempted to decide, "That's a bit too weird for me." But hold your judgment until you get on board. You'll hardly notice the angles, but you will notice the space that has been created. The bulkhead configuration provides space for the galley stove and icebox without shortening the after berth along the centerline. There is room for the chart table, as well as a place beside the berth to change your clothes. This trick of angled partitions has been used before, and it still works well. The larger Baltics have been impressive with their aft cabins, and even here in 35 feet the designers have managed, by keeping the depth of the cock­pit to a minimum, to provide an inviting area.


The Baltic 35 will be available for spring delivery. For more information, contact Baltic Yachts, Hollming Ltd., Box 2320, SF 68555, Bosund,Finland.


Manufacturer: Baltic
Model: 35
Model Year: 1984
Length: 35 – 40 Ft




Manufacturer Provided Description

At 35 feet the Baltic 35 is the smallest in Baltic's fleet. Big on quality, performance, space, technology and elegance, she leaves no doubt that a Baltic is in a class by itself. An impressive yacht, perfect for cruising or racing, her design and layout make her easy for a family crew to handle, and she is amazingly roomy and comfortable belowdecks. The Baltic 35 is an advanced design. The fine waterline guarantees speed to windward, even in choppy seas. Special care has been taken to design the section and distribution of displacement to optimize performance and handling characteristics. The Baltic teak deck is built to last and is available as an option. On a Baltic the teak deck is part of the deck structure itself and is made from the finest, carefully selected teak. The Baltic 35 is also synonymous with space and comfort. The maximum beam allows room for the luxurious style of interior usually found on larger yachts, and even at the stern she is 7-feet 6-inches wide, so that the cockpit is really spacious. The hull is balsa core fiberglass using fiberglass mat, unidirectional roving and mat roving combination to develop an extremely rigid yet light and well-insulated structure. In comparison with conventional GRP lay-up, the sandwich construction combined with the use of high grade unidirectional roving is 40 per cent lighter and results in 150 per cent higher panel rigidity. There are also increases in strength and insulation. High stress areas are specially strengthened with unidirectional roving oriented in the direction of the stress. The hull of every Baltic yacht has a three-year guarantee. The external fin keel, cast to high accuracy in lead with added antimony, is throughbolted to the hull by keel bolts in stainless-steel.

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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.


Depthsounder, Log, speedometer, Plotter, Compass, GPS, VHF , Radar, Radio , Shore power inlet

Inside Equipment

Manual bilge pump , Battery charger, Hot water, Oven, Marine head

Outside Equipment

Teak cockpit, Teak sidedecks, Radar reflector, Mainsail cover, Lazyjacks

Other Equipment

Alida, Vrolijk, Wind speed and direction, Repeater(s), Navigation center, with AIS Receiver and GPS, Radar Detector, with Blue Tooth, Fully battened mainsail, Furling genoa, Storm jib, Spinnaker, Asymmetric spinnaker, Steering wheel, Spinnaker pole

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Yanmar 2GM 20F Yanmar 2GM 20F
Fuel capacity
32 gallons (U.S.)
Cruising speed
7 mph
Number of cabins
Number of berths
Drinking water capacity
47 gallons (U.S.)
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Broker/Dealer Information

North Point Yacht Sales

Owner Ken Comerford
7330 Edgewood Road
United States
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