Built for a well known and controversial ocean racing enthusiast, Tina i-Punkt was the first of a long line of yachts bearing this name. This was the first custom project manufactured by Baltic and coincided with the development of a new series production model, the C&C Baltic 42. Apart from the length and hull shape Tina i-Punkt and the Baltic 42 had little in common!
Tina i-Punkt was an out and out racing yacht designed to the IOR (International Offshore Rule) to fit the so-called Two Ton rating band (I.O.R. Rating under 32ft) which was particularly popular and successful at the time in the USA and in Europe
Tina’s deck was a fully flush type with a vestigial, shallow racing cockpit. Her Spartan interior was fitted with simple, lightweight pipe cots and a basic galley and nav station.