Interior images have surfaced for the Baltic 110 Zemi electric yacht
Named after an ancient Caribbean deity, the Baltic 110 Zemi electric yacht was introduced by the Finnish yard, and ordered by a seasoned sailor looking for a vessel for fast-paced international travel. Characterized by a metallic bronze hull, a low-profile coach roof, and a curving teak deck, the Zemi is billed to be a versatile and high-performing cruiser.
Andreas Martin-Löf worked on the interior design of the Baltic 110 Zemi electric yacht, marking his first yacht project. Zemi has lightweight honeycomb frameworks with veneers of warm walnut and limestone attached to them. The updated images also show off a subdued color palette, simple lines, and cozy, well-integrated lighting.
Zemi’s main cockpit can be transformed into a roomy sun lounge area with additional protection provided by a full-length detachable bimini and a fold-down spray cover. The swimming platform and fold-out transom, which lead into a stern garage for a Williams tender, were also revealed by the yard. Notably, the transom features McKeon’s renowned wrap-over teak decking.
Twin rudders and a telescopic lifting keel with a 28-tonne bulb, which can lower draught from six meters to 3.95 meters, are two further performance-oriented features. The yacht is outfitted with low-emission generators that comply with IMO Tier 3 emissions rules, and it is the third to use Baltic‘s electric propulsion system.
Zemi was commissioned to start building last year. Malcolm McKeon’s design for the sloop-rigged sailing boat is an extension of the studio’s and shipyard’s collaboration, which started in 2019 with the delivery of the 34-meter, award-winning Liara.
The Baltic 110 Zemi electric yacht was constructed at Baltic’s Bosund factory, and in August 2023 it departed the Jakobstad launch site. The boat has been around the world for the past few months and is expected to compete in the St. Barths Bucket this upcoming March.