The Boréal 44 is a 13.80m yacht, lifting keel aluminium construction. She is a world reference in the long-trip yachts’ category.

The construction includes an ice icebreaker stem and two watertight bulkheads, one at the front, one at the back,to provide compartmentalisation in case of flooding.

A doghouse with a watertight door provides a 360° view on the deck, increasing both security and comfort, and enabling the crew to maintain long watch.

3 double cabins can comfortably accommodate 6 people. A Refleks oil stove with radiators in each cabin ensures a dry and warm interior; much appreciated for navigation farther north.

600l of diesel and 800l of water (plus an extra additional 120l of water and 80l of diesel for emergency) provide a long autonomy.


– Sail set – main, genoa, staysail, storm staysail and spinnaker;

– Volvo Penta 75cv turbo diesel engine;

– Rocna 73lb anchor plus Fortress 21lb with 100m chain;

– NKE Electronics and autopilot;

– Electronic chart reader and weather routing module; paper charts as all good electronics can fail;

– VHF & Radar Furuno long range;

– AIS Class B receiver/transponder for receiving and transmitting AIS target data (position, bearing, speed), giving improved situational awareness and better collision avoidance;

– Inmarsat Fleet Broadband satellite communication for satphone & broadband internet & weather file reception;

– Iridium handheld satellite phone for emergencies;

– COSPAS EPIRB satellite distress beacon;

– Inflatable lifejackets and harness;

– Life raft Plastimo Transocean 8 people;

– Immersion survival suits;

– Diving equipment;

– Fisher Panda electricity generator and wind generator;

– Inflatable tender with aluminium hull & 15cv outboard engine;

– Spare inflatable tender with 5cv outboard engine;

– Ice tuks to help with growlers and bergy bits;

– Signal pistol, flares and one .375 rifle for polar bear protection.