Fearless, one of the venerable Baltic 55 sloops that made such a mark on sailing in the 1980s is back on the market with much improved refinements and ready to sail and race to near and far oceans.
Her owner has dramatically improved her though she still needs a few things such as paint and some cosmetics.
Her David Pedrick keel, which offers spirited performance while significantly improving her stability, sidebar: the keels design puts more weight lower in the keel to increase her righting moment, making her a happier sailing boat and her crew equally happier.
Still some work being done to her this spring and summer 2017.
Check out her fvideo to Bermuda: http://youtu.be/MUQzYzJYDNk
FORWARD: The forward most compartment is watertight with a commercial watertight door leading aft to the “working” forepeak; next aft is the main bow area set up as workshop and storage space, (2) removable pipe berths, bracket for outboard motor, line storage etc. a Maxi style bench/step makes it easy to use the sliding deck hatch
UTILITY ROOM: next aft to starboard is a utility room with shelves and lockers for multimedia and spares on center, bottom most compartments have custom brackets for dive tanks and a dive compressor, foreward and outboard in this compartment is the anchor chain locker (located 15 feet from bow for better weight distribution and to avoid affecting polar moments of inertia).
FORWARD HEAD: next aft outboard is a large hanging locker separating the chain locker form the forward head equipped with shower.
PORT GUEST STATEROOM: opposite to port is a guest cabin with upper and lower berths, the lower berth can be extended to King size; the bulkheads in this area are easily removable for racing and/or excellent access to bilges and ceilings.
MAIN SALON: next aft is the main salon with a large single leaf table to starboard, removable table to port, comfortable seating for 8-10 on two large settees, settees are full length and equipped with lee cloths for use as berths, pilot berth on starboard, entertainment center on port.
NAV STATION: next aft to port is the nav station.
GALLEY: opposite the nav station is the walk through galley
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: between galley and nav station is the engine compartment with completely removable covers for complete engine access.
AFT HEAD AND SHOWER: aft of the nav station is the aft head with shower.
AFT CABIN: centerline queen size berth, pilot berth and pipe berth to port, hanging locker and a large FREEZER to starboard.
Neither brokers nor owner offer warranty's of any kind. It is the buyers responsibility to hire competent marine surveyors to assess the fit and fitness of the vessel. All inventory is stated on the listing and any item not listed should be considered excluded from the inventory of the vessel.