"Joshua Ketch" asking price lowered to $119.000, make an offer.
The well known arctic cruiser "Northern Light" is on the market, this vessel travelled the World, from North Pole to Antarctica, Caribbean to Europe and back.
Go anywhere vessel!. Please review the pictures, video and contact us with your questions.
Furuno GP 32 GPS
Garmin GPS 128
Autohelm Tridata ST 60
Stand alone AIS
All the navigation equipment is stand alone and from all the navigation system is a spare sensor available.
3 Solar panels (2017)
Bluesky MPPT solar charge controller
Gel batteries (2017)
Muir Cheetah anchor winch
80 Meter chain from 13 mm
Andersen 2 Speed 46
Andersen 2 Speed 28
Andersen 2 Speed 52
In total 18 Andersen winches
Lewmar 30 ST
Scanmar Monitor wind vane
Masts and rigging are from approx. 2005 - Improved and strengthened Selden masts (Type RA)
Rigging has been checked in 2016
Both mast are tilted 3 degrees aft , less strain on rigging in heavy seas
SS double sinks with fresh and salt water
3 pit kerosene stove and oven
2 Refleks heaters
Isotherm fridge compressor
Spare Genoa, Stay sail, Mizzen,
Gennaker is onboard but needs to be replaced
Mast angle 4 %
1 - Fuel 350 liter stainless steel tank
1-1 50 liter Fuel day tank, stainless steel
1- 146 liter kerosine tank for the stove
2 - Water tanks, 208 liter, 147 liter
The complete boat has been galvanized interior and exterior.
8 cm isolation removable foam plates that prevent corrosion
Collision breaker on the bow , will force vessel up in case of collision and minimize strain on the rigging.
Industrial Volvo Penta has been prepared to a marine grade version
Approx. 2000 hours
The engine always has been used unloaded, never full throttled the engine
Spare parts, filters, belts,...... available
Life raft, last service in June 2016
Manual bilge pumps
This Joshua Ketch has seen the world, sailed over the 180.000 NM, multiple books, dvd and documentaties have been published.
The first Joshua is known from the first non-stop race around the globe in 1968, arriving 20 days later of his closest competitor, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston.
"Bernard Moitessier (April 10, 1925 – June 16, 1994) was a sailor, most notable for his participation in the 1968 Sunday Times Golden Globe Race, the first round the world yacht race. With the fastest circumnavigation time towards the end of the race, Moitessier was the likely winner for the fastest voyage, but he elected to continue on to Tahiti and not return to the start line in England, rejecting the idea of the commercialization of long distance sailing. He was a French national born and raised in Vietnam, then part of French Indochina" (Wikipedia)
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.