Bali 4.3 Loft

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Bali 4.3 Loft




a loft with a panoramic view over the sea
The BALI 4.3 is characterised by a having a single area cockpit/saloon, with a totally flush deck of 30m², entirely free of bulkheads, and accessed by a huge glass door which is entirely retractable on electric struts. To go from “cosy” to “loft” mode in a flash, for your panoramic view over the sea…


oversized outdoor living spaces
  • A forward cockpit with dining area as well as a huge sunbathing area (18m²) in place of the traditional trampoline
  • Extra living space with the sunbathing area on the coachroof


Live inside as you would outside
The BALI 4.3 benefits, as does its big brother the BALI 4.5, from exceptional natural light. Large retractable windows bring an unequalled amount of fresh air into the saloon, as well as panoramic views, and the many portlights in the hulls ensure exceptional natural ventilation. The technical equipment will satisfy the most demanding, with a latest generation galley forward. For cooking facing the sea!


A unique level of self-sufficiency for a 43 footer
With tanks for 800 litres of water and 800 litres of diesel, a 615 litre American-style fridge with ice maker and chilled water dispenser, a 720 Ah battery bank, two 60 litre holding tanks, all controlled via a multiplexing touch screen with integrated tutorial, a latest-generation fully-equipped galley, and light weight (10 T), the BALI 4.3 will take you further and for longer than you ever dared dream.

Technical Specifications

Conception Olivier PONCIN
Naval Architect Xavier FAŸ
Design Hervé COUEDEL
Overall length 43 ft - 13,10 m
Beam 23,35 ft - 7,12 m
Waterline length 41,40 ft - 12,60 m
Draft 3,11 ft - 1,20 m
Light displacement 11,3 t
Maximum displacement 15,5 t
Sail area 984,4 sq ft - 93,9 m²
Mainsail area 559,7 sq ft - 52 m²
Solent 403 sq ft - 37,5 m²
Fresh Water 211 us gal
Fuel 211 us gal
Engines 2 X 20 hp up to 50 hp
CE CAT : A - 12 persons Made in France
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