Baladin Uno, the sailing yacht for lovers of classic boats.
The Baladin Uno was built in 1953 in France.
Designed by renowned architect Eugene Cornu as a regatta ship for the Atlantic Ocean; on Ketch rigged ketch.
It is made of solid wood, oak frames and teak planking - the interior is Mahogany.
Length: 15.40 m
Width: 3.88 m
Draft: 2.28 m
Weight: 24 GRT
The Baladin Uno sails under the Spanish flag and is registered in the Spanish Commercial Register under the number: 7 IB-1-165-07.
In 1984, a new diesel engine was installed: Volvo Diesel MD 40, 6 cylinders,
Serial number 28292, 91.9 KW / 125 HP
In 1989, a new marine plywood deck was installed in Malta with a 1,5cm thick teak deck.
Furthermore, the inner division was changed, so that the Baladin now over a front
Double cabin with separate toilet, a lounge with 2 sleeping possibilities, a galley,
a radio and card room and aft cabin with 3 beds and a wet room features.
In 2006-2009 almost all electrical and electronic systems were reinstalled:
The equipment includes: