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 THE BOAT


Grand Integral, a fast and robust cruiser: 10 knots (photo © Michael Amme 2015)

Nanuq, the polar bear in the Inuit language (nanoq): she has neither the color nor the appearance, but is tempered to sail in the Arctic regions. Nanuq is a Grand Integral, a 60-foot vessel, the third in the series, designed, built and skipped by Peter and his team. Developed from the 'Integral 43', she is a cruising yacht offering more space, independence and a large payload.


Specifications

  • Type: Integral 60
  • Launched 2014
  • Lenghth: 17.80m
  • Beam: 4m70
  • Sail area: 165mē jib, main and mizzen
  • Displacement: 18t
  • Draft: 1.45-2.40m
  • 2 double cabins with bunk for extra crew plus cabin with 6 berths
  • Engine: inboard Diesel 85cv
  • Fresh water tank: 800l
  • Diesel tank: 1200l

 


Grand Integral - conveniant beaching in Morgat(photo © Peter Gallinelli 2014)


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Construction

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The boat is built according to the design of the Grand Integral. Due to its size and robustness, the design is ideal for the project. The metal hull was built by the boatbuilders Dujardin Icofrance in France. Peter and his team in Geneva built the “Igloo”.


Rotation Of Nanuq's Hull from Matt Ryan on Vimeo.


This is the interior of the “Igloo” during the last stage of construction.

The "Igloo" includes the roof and living quarters. It is built using the sandwich technique: lightweight shaped high performance polystyrene blocks that were specially produced by our partner swisspor are assembled to make the sandwich core (thermal conductivity 0.029 W/(mK)). Fiberglass and epoxy resin skins provide strength, impact resistance and weatherproofing. This combination of materials gives structural strength and high thermal insulation. The completed “Igloo” weighs only 1300kg and can be dismantled into five easily transportable parts.


Photos (c) Peter Gallinelli : igloo transport with Larag SA and assembly - July 2012


Specific equipment

  • High perfromance thermal insulation
  • High performance glazing
  • Heat recovery from exhaust air
  • Electric cabin heating and Diesel backup
  • Cockpit heating system (hot air from engine)
  • Winter entrance
  • Reinforced hull plates
  • Reinforced structural crossbeams
  • Pivoting rudders with safety fuse
  • Single reinforced hull fitting
  • 3 watertight compartments
  • Air-cooled engine
  • Onboard composting unit
  • Two self-righting liferafts
  • Emergency beacon (EPIRB)
  • Radar, AIS, GPS
  • HF receiver, weather-FAX / NAVTEX
  • Handheld, station VHF radio, 4 walkie-talkies
  • Two 1.5kW wind generators
  • 200Wp solar panels
  • 0.4 and 1.8kW inverter
  • Two ice poles
  • Ice drill, saw, pick
  • Piolets, crampons, two pulkas
  • Drysuits

Manufacturers, suppliers

  • Design : Peter Gallinelli - concept.pg
  • Metal work: Dujardin Icofrance
  • Composite : DIY
  • Outfitting : DIY
  • Rigging : Sparcraft
  • Sails : Voiles Gautier associés
  • Deck fittings : Anderssen (winchs), Ronstan (rails), Antal (blocks)
  • Deck panels and portholes: Goiot
  • Windlass: electric 1700W, Lofrans
  • Anchors : 2x40kg + 100m chain 12mm, FOB
  • Engine : Diesel 3.5 litres, air cooled, Deutz
  • Transmission : hydraulic, Technodrive
  • Batteries : liquid, 6 x 4V 650Ah, Rolls
  • Thermal insulation : expanded/extrudes polystyrene, swisspor
  • Glazing : triple glazing, U = 0.5 W/(m2K), AGC
  • Epoxy system : epoxy, Axson
  • Paints en finishing: PU, Asmedia
  • Electronics : B&G


Photo: Grand Integral - full speed ahead (photo © Michael Amme 2015)

More information, see http://www.sailworks.net/gdint/


 

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