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The Baltic 42 was designed and built at a high point in design and construction when sailboats could be raced competitively and cruised comfortably, all in great style. Baltic Yachts came into being in response the myriad successes of the other well known Finnish yacht builder of the time, Swan. Baltic followed the same basic approach as Swan, have a well-known designer, in this case Doug Peterson, come up with the lines while the Finnish craftsmen would make it beautiful and sound. The result was a very well performing, stylish yacht with uncompromising attention to construction and finish.
Fury has been lovingly cared for throughout her life. In early years, Fury won more than her share of trophies. Since then, she’s received thoughtful upgrades that cruising sailors will appreciate. The glossy black topsides LPU paint job done in 2012 is striking. She may not compete any more, but Fury is a pleasure to sail providing performance in all conditions.
Without a doubt, sailors of every era will be impressed with the Baltic look that never seems to age.
• LPU paint 2012
• Refrigerator and Freezer
• New Engine 2005
• New Transmission and Muffler 2012
• Forced Air Heat
• Dinghy and Outboard
• B&G Electronics
Fury's interior is finely fitted satin varnished teak and teak veneers with varnished teak and holly cabin sole. The white vinyl headliner is trimmed with elegant teak strips. Her comfortable two cabin layout sleeps eight – the benefits of a fantastic aft cabin, pilot berths and settees in the main salon and a comfortable forward stateroom.
Starting forward is the forepeak cabin with v-berth. The hull sides are covered with teak battens which gives the space a warm feeling. Long shelves run to port and starboard. There is an infill cushion for the berth. Sail storage is available below the berth and there is a hanging locker to port. Aft and to starboard is the forward head. The sole and sink counter are easily maintained white molded fiberglass surfaces. There is hot/cold pressure water and a fresh water foot pump. The W.C. Baby Blake head is located outboard at the aft end of the compartment. Storage is available in a locker below the sink and outboard of the head along the hull side. A mirror is mounted on the forward bulkhead.
The main salon has a U-shape settee to port and a straight settee to starboard. Two pilot berths above and outboard of the settees provide great sea bunks. Excellent storage is available outboard of the settees below the pilot berths. On the centerline, the teak drop leaf table reaches to both settees. Storage is available just aft of where the keel stepped mast intersects the table. Reading lamps, overhead lights, deck prisms and a large opening hatch provide excellent light and ventilation. Handholds at the fore and aft end of the salon and overhead allow easy movement throughout the space in a seaway.
On the port side aft of the main salon is the large forward facing nav station. The half admiralty sized chart table lifts to reveal storage below. There are B&G displays, a compass and a chart spot light at the forward end of the table. Four drawers are located on the inboard forward end under the table. Outboard along the hull side, the VHF radios is easily accessed. Two shelves and a locker are located just aft. The electrical panel is located on the aft bulkhead behind the navigator’s seat. The large L-shaped galley is across the cabin to starboard. Formica countertops are surrounded by teak fiddles. At the forward inboard end of the counter is the two bin stainless sink with hot and cold water faucet and raw water foot pump. There is a storage locker below the sink. Along the outboard counter are separate refrigeration and freezer boxes.There is also a Force 10 three burner propane stove and oven with broiler. A stainless steel crash bar runs along the forward edge, and there is a locker for storage of pots and pans below the stove. Above and outboard along the hull side are two sliding door lockers and two large opening lockers for pots, pans, utensils and dry storage.
Aft through the starboard passageway past the galley is Fury's roomy aft stateroom with centerline double berth. There are identical settees to port and starboard of the berth and storage shelves and lockers outboard. Two large hanging lockers provide additional storage. A mirror is mounted on the forward bulkhead.
The aft head can be accessed from the aft cabin or the passageway to port near the nav station. The counter and cabin sole are molded fiberglass for easy maintenance. The sink with pressure hot/cold water faucet and manual pump is in the aft corner of the compartment. Storage is available in a locker below and three lockers outboard along the hull side. The W.C. Baby Blake head is forward of the sink. A shelf and mirror are located outboard along the hull side.
Webasto AT 5500 forced air furnace (2014)
Isotemp 15-liter water heater
LPG system with 23.8-pound tank. System rebuilt (2014)
(4) Opening portlights in aft cabin (replaced 2015)
(3) Deck prisms
(2) Aframo fans in salon and aft cabin
Kenwood KDC-x492 receiver
Kenwood KDC-C669 CD changer
Stereo speakers in salon (Focal) and aft cockpit (Pioneer)
(2) "Baby Blake" heads, holding tank for aft head.
(2) Freshwater foot pumps in heads
Chelsea chronometer and barometer (2014)
Raytheon Ray 55 VHF
Uniden UM625c VHF with wireless remote
B&G IS40 Triton instrumentation including depth sounder, knot/log, wind direction and speed
(7) B&G multifunction displays
Simrad autopilot with WR20 remote and AP 28 controller in cockpit. Compass and hardware replaced (2018)
Suunto D-110 6” binnacle compass
VDO tank gauges on electrical panel
Her wide side-decks and foredeck are easy to move about. Double lifelines and an aluminum toe rail surround the deck. There is a swim ladder at the transom. FURY’S twin cockpit arrangement is separated by her instrument panel and Harken mainsheet traveler. There is a dodger covering the companionway forward. Her aft cockpit provides comfortable seating and visibility for the skipper.
(2) Forward mooring cleats
(6) Chocks, forward, amidships and aft
Double lifelines with boarding gates
Nova lift for dinghy outboard
Companionway dodger (2020)
Black canvas covers mainsail, wheel and instrument covers (2020)
Folding cockpit table
Awlgrip paint - black (2012)
Simpson Lawrence anchor windlass with controls at bow and aft cockpit (rebuilt with new motor 2018)
35 lb. CQR anchor
250' 5/8ths chain (2019)
Fortress anchor (spare) w/ 250' rode (2017)
Thru-hulls rebuilt and lubricated (2020)
Jabsco electronic bilge pump and float switch (2019)
Yanmar 4JH4E 4-cylinder 50 hp diesel (new 2005) 737 hours
Transmission and muffler (2012)
3-blade Max Prop feathering propeller
ZF MIV 15 transmission
Balmar Series 7000 110 amp alternator
Yanmar control panel
Single lever throttle/shifter
Racor R24T fuel filter/water separator
PSS shaft seal (2020)
Full engine service including new filters, impeller, V-belt, transmission fluid (2020)
Heat exchanger rebuilt (2020)
Engine temperature gauge in cockpit
12V DC and 110V AC systems
(1) Lifeline 31T AGM start battery, 105 AH
(3) Lifeline 27T AGM house batteries (total 300 AH)
Xantrax Freedom 20 inverter/charger
110 AC amperage meter at panel along with DC information ????
Balmar Series 7000 110 amp alternator
Heart Interface Link 2000 battery monitor
50’ shore power cord
Black anodized aluminum mast (masthead rig)
Navtec rod standing rigging
Navtec turnbuckles replaced (2014)
(1) Carbon fiber spinnaker pole
(1) Aluminum spinnaker pole
Navtec hydraulic panel in cockpit for backstay and boomvang
Harken racing roller furler with split-drum
Antal mainsail track system on mast
(1) Lewmar 40 AST main halyard winch
(2) Lewmar 40 AST mansheet winch
(2) Lewmar 44 AST reef/misc. winch
(2) Lewmar 44 AST genoa halyard winch
(2) Lewmar 65 AST genoa sheet winch
(2) Lewmar 40 AST spinnaker halyard winch
(2) Lewmar 55 AST spinnaker sheet winch
Quantum full batten mainsail
No 2 Furling (new cover 2019)
¾ oz Sobstad spinnaker
1.5 oz Wake spinnaker
10' Achilles HB 300FX with Yamaha 6HP outboard
Full boat cover (refurbished 2020)
FURY was constructed to the highest standards at the Baltic Yachts yard in Finland. In 2006, her hull was painted black with maroon boot stripes and silver pin stripe. She is constructed of a GRP sandwich utilizing CK57 aircraft grade end grain balsa core and hand laid fiberglass mat to produce a stiff and light hull without sacrificing strength. Structural bulkheads are laminated to the hull and deck. Stringers and transverse floors are GRP and unidirectional roving built up around a high density core. Her deck is hand laid molded fiberglass with balsa core and additional reinforcement in high stress areas.
|Shore Power Inlet||✓|
|Wind Speed and Direction||✓|
|Electric Bilge Pump||✓|
|Manual Bilge Pump||✓|
|Length at Waterline||10.49m|
|Fresh Water Tank||3 x 632.16 l (Stainless Steel)|
|Fuel Tank||1 x 170.34 l (Stainless Steel)|
|Holding Tank||1 x 64.35 l ()|