- Prix : 300.000€
- Model : Qilak
- Hull length : 16 m
- Beam width : 4.10 m
- Draft : 1.70 m
- Category : A (Offshore)
- Cockpit : Large open cockpit, wheelhouse fully protected from the elements
- Cabin(s) : 3 cabins and a passageway
- Berth(s) : 10
- Saloon : Raised saloon for a panoramic view, comfortably seating 8 people at the table + lounge with 2 large benches
- Other : 220, 110 and 12 volt current, dinghy for 8 people with 15 hp engines, fishing equipment for sailing and anchoring, diverse library
- Engine(s) : 2*110cv
- Fuel tank : 4000 L
- Water tank : 1500 L
- Architect(s) : Michel Joubert
RARE OCCASION : QILAK ! (Michel Joubert's sailboat, formerly Marguerite)
Inuit name meaning "the vault of heaven", Qilak is a 16-metre aluminium schooner. Launched in 1999 by naval architect Michel Joubert, her designer and first owner, who completed the North-West Passage from Greenland to Alaska in 2012 with polar explorer Janusz Kurbiel.
Few architects have designed so many boats, be they racing, cruising or ocean-going, monohulls or multihulls. In almost forty years, Michel Joubert, who had an exceptional pencil stroke, and his faithful accomplice Bernard Nivelt, produced a considerable number of sailing boats - we are talking about 20,000 sailing boats!
Designed as an expedition fifty to sail in the most extreme conditions. Qilak is equipped with two 110 HP engines and a tank capacity of 4,000 litres, giving it a very long range.
Today, Qilak is a boat that performs numerous cruises in the far north between Canada and the Arctic. Here is more information on the adventures of this exceptional boat: https://www.qilak-expeditions.com/en/the-boat/
For more information, please contact the current owner at:
+33 670 92 37 66 / 06 70 92 37 66