Jotun Arctic is a sailboat made of steel and has sailed more than 30,000 nautical miles in Arctic
waters, spending two winters in the ice in Northern Greenland and Northern Baffin Island. She is built for for Arctic conditions and has proved herself to be a well functioning platform for scientific activities. Jotun Arctic is able to accommodate 8 people including the crew.
When required, we utilise a small, lightweight sailboat with a retractable keel to access shallow areas and river deltas. Due to having a high sailing speed, the vessel is capable of covering great distances in short time. Skippi is able to accommodate 4 people and has been used as a secondary vessel together with Jotun Arctic, proving herself to be invaluable platform for obtaining anthropological data by providing access to remote hunting and fishing camps inaccessible to larger vessels.