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Scand 29 Baltic is a splendid Norweigan motor-cruiser with a semi-displacement hull, yielding very seaworthy behaviour. The second owner is now selling a lovely boat!
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Scand 29 Baltic was presented to the market in its first version already back in 1981. The model has since been furthe developed and refined, and is these days regarded as a real classic, and when looking at the yard's web site, it looks like anew boat can still be ordered today, https://www.agderboat.no/boat-product/scand-29-baltic/
Scand 29 Baltic is awell-executed semi-dosplacement motor cruiser for the whole family, providing comfortable time on the water. The boat has two berths in the forward cabin and two berths in the aft cabin, as well as quarter berth under the cockpit sole. In the main cabin, the table can be lowered, providing an additional double berth. In total, the boats can provide seven berths. The galley is very proper with good sized counter top surface area, a propane stove with oven, running hot and cold water as well as ample stowage throughout. In the cockpit, the captain is comfortably located with pretty much a 360 view of the surroundings. Passengers are comfortable in the sofa further aft in the cockpit, or lounging on the sun bed.
An almost "as-new" Volvo-Penta D4-260 propels the boat powerfully and securely. Bow thurster and stern thruster makes manouvering in marinans easy and comfortable. Add to that anchor on a windlass in the bow and the stern, and you have a classic as well as modern moor cruiser that will let cuise in comfot and style betweem 0 and 20 knots in its seaworthy, semi-displacement hull.Specification
LOA: 9.68 m
Beam: 3.28 m
Draft: approx 0.9 m
Displacement: 4100 kg
Water: 177 l
Diesel: 400 l
Engine: Volvo-Penta D4-260 (very few hours following full renovation by Volvo Penta in 2020, making the engine petty much "as new")