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Concept Trimaran Baikal 36 SMT for Divers

The new steel motor trimaran, Baikal 36 SMT, is designed for professional diving centres. It provides safe and comfortable travel with a modern ergonomic design and cost-efficient diesel-power motors. Unlike most other vessels designed for divers the Baikal 36 SMT is also stable on the water.


In order to provide comfortable leisure for divers on the vessel all technical premises and compressors were removed and are located in auxiliary hulls reducing noise from compressors.

Trimaran Baikal

At anchor and on short trips the trimaran uses only electric motors, and a battery bank is charged via solar panels, located on the fly bridge roof of the main vessel and hull surface of auxiliary vessels, saving diesel and reducing environmental impact.

The trimaran has 13 comfortable cabins for guests on the main vessel The master’s cabin is located near the steering position and the salon, while cabins for 12 crew members are located in floats. Outside the fly bridge is equipped with sofas, deckchairs, a bar and grill.

Baikal 36 SMT trimaran 4

A hydraulic platform is installed over the fly bridge for watch keeping to facilitate observation of the surrounding areas.

The diving centre comes complete with state-of-the-art equipment developed by Saratov to track divers, measure submersion levels, distance to the vessel and approximate air reserves. Another important feature.


Baikal 36 SMT trimaran 5 copy

Baikal 36 SMT Specifications:

  • The Baikal 36 SMT trimaran measures 36m LOA with a beam of 22m.

  • Four diesel-powered motors: two 800 horse power main motors and two reserve 200 horse power motors.

  • Cruising speed of 10 knots and a maximum speed of 18 knots per hour.

  • A slight draft allows for easy access is shallow areas at sea and in rivers.

  • Large fuel tanks, tanks for drinking water, watermakers and alternative energy systems allow for longer trips.

  • 19 cabins, 12 double/twins for up to 24 guests and 7 cabins for 13 crew.  

  • Scalable hull length

Baikal 36 SMT: Sergey Gmyra, designed by Maksim Lodkin

Baikal Yachts Group is is able to provide the whole range of engineering, ship-building, servicing and finishing works on manufacturing of  Baikal 36 SMT for any region. Baikal Yachts Group is an international consortium of yacht industry specialists in design, engineering and construction of yachts, megayachts, catamarans and house boats. We involve specialists with more than 10-year experience from Russia, Italy, Taiwan, New Zealand and Germany in our design projects.

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