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Registry #1 818466 Registry #2 German Registered Registry #3 1269461 (US)
Name 1 1988 Asma Name 5
Name 2 1994 Taonui Name 6
Name 3 2013 Gjoa (II) Name 7
Name 4 Moli Name 8
Year Built 1988 Place Norderney Area Country Germany
Designer (nk) Measurement (imp) 43.5' x 12.6' x 5.9'
Builder Dubble & Jesse Measurement (metric) 12.44m x 3.46m x 2.22m
Hull Aluminum Displacement
Gross Tonnage 16.15 Type 1 Yacht, sail
Registered Tonnage 15.34 Type 2
Engine 46bhp diesel auxiliary engine (1988) Engine Manufacture
Repower Propulsion Sail/screw
Rebuilds Call Sign
Pendant  # Masters
In 1989-1993 she was owned by Clark Steede. In 1994-2013 she was owned by Coryn & Anthony Gooch, Victoria BC. In 2013-2016 she was owned by Ann and Glenn Bainbridge. In 2016-2019 she was owned by Randall Reeves, Oakland CA USA.
Fate Afloat in 2019 Date
Named Features
Significance of Name Moli is the name that native Hawaiians apply to the Laysan Albatross.
Clark Stede made, in 1990, an East to West Transit of the Northwest Passage, (this may only be partial transit as the vessel was reported carried by the CCGS Martha Black for 100 miles through heavy ice.) As the Gjoa she completed a transit of the Northwest Passage 2013-2015. In 2002 Tony Gooch was the first to complete a non-stop, solo-loop of the globe via the Southern Ocean from a starting point in North America. In 2014-2015 she completed a transit of the Northwest Passage under Ann and Glenn Bainbridge.
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