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  • Francois's European Tour



    Trimaran SVR-Lazartigue, with its skipper Francois Gabart on board left the port of Concarneau to reach the Mediterranean as part of a tour with the employees of the KRESK group!


    The KRESK group,is the group that owns the brands sponsors of the trimaran SVR-LAZARTIGUE.

    The opportunity through these stops in 5 countries to discover the "flying boat" but also to remind the group's commitment to the protection of the Ocean by highlighting all the operations already initiated in terms of sustainable development.

    In May, the trimaran is leaving on a tour around the Mediterranean to meet the KRESK group and its employees: a great opportunity to share the group's vision and bring its environmental and societal values to all employees via a unifying sports and adventure project.









    "This tour is rich in meaning. It aims to introduce our SVR-LAZARTIGUE trimaran to our employees in these different Mediterranean countries. This boat is a source of great pride. It carries the values of our brands, and this maritime adventure with Fran?ois allows us to go further in our environmental commitments. These stages will be an opportunity to exchange, share and explain our approach and our actions. Didier Tabary, President of the KRESK Group







    PORTUGAL, Cascais - May 8 and 9 2022
    SPAIN, Barcelona - 13-15 May 2022
    FRANCE, Marseille - 19 to 22 May 2022
    ITALY, Genoa - 24 to 26 May 2022
    TUNISIA, Port of Gammarth - 29 and 30 May 2022




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