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  • Dalin And Herrman Split, Take Northerly Routes

    Dalin And Herrman Split, Take Northerly Routes



    THEM IN FRONT, THE OTHERS BEHIND
    Boris Herrmann (Malizia – Seaexplorer) and Charlie Dalin (MACIF Sante Prevoyance) took off in the second edition of the New York Vendee – Les Sables d'Olonne. These two managed to get to the front of the low pressure front yesterday while the rest of the fleet did not succeed. Thus, while they are racing on reaching at an average of 15 to 20 knots, their competitors, who are moving full downwind, with a wind which tends to stabilize
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    Dalin And Herrman Split



    THEM IN FRONT, THE OTHERS BEHIND
    Boris Herrmann (Malizia – Seaexplorer) and Charlie Dalin (MACIF Sante Prevoyance) took off
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  • Cremer Continues

    Cremer Continues

    After discovering a crack of over 4.20 meters on her boat during the race, Clarisse had to make a technical stopover in Horta for repairs last Monday.

    Today, at 09:20 UTC, she sets sail again, heading towards New York to try to finish the race. Her goal: to cross The Transat CIC finish line before May 20, thus accumulating miles for her qualification in the Vendee Globe 2024.





    CLARISSE CREMER: “I FELT ALL THE ENERGY OF MY TEAM TO GET ME
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    Cremer Continues

    After discovering a crack of over 4.20 meters on her boat during the race, Clarisse had to make a technical stopover in Horta for repairs last Monday....
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  • Saturday Night Fever: Lead IMOCA's Charging Towards New York

    Saturday Night Fever: Lead IMOCA's Charging Towards New York

    Saturday Night Fever….top IMOCAs charging towards New York

    The top trio on the Transat CIC solo race to New York from Lorient, France are charging towards the finish line averaging over 22kts. A slow down is forecast which should see some compression but this Saturday night with just under 700 miles to sail, Yoann Richomme on the Finot Koch designed Paprec Ark?a is over 70 miles ahead of Charlie Dalin with Germany’s Boris Herrmann (Malizia-Seaexplorer) now in a slightly
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  • New Wind And New Leader For IMOCA's

    New Wind And New Leader For IMOCA's

    Meilhat new leader as IMOCA fleet struggle to find new strong Northerly wind

    Some 130 miles off the SW corner of Ireland the IMOCA leaders of the Transat CIC have been negotiating the unsettled winds around the centre of a low pressure which is moving slowly west. They are all seeking to break into the new, strengthening NW’ly breeze first, picking the best, fastest angle west towards New York.








    And so it has been a second
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    New Wind And New Leader For IMOCA's

    Meilhat new leader as IMOCA fleet struggle to find new strong Northerly wind

    Some 130 miles off the SW corner of Ireland the IMOCA leaders
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  • CIC Transat Off To A Beautiful Start

    CIC Transat Off To A Beautiful Start




    Brittany turned on its best Spring sailing weather – sunshine, puffy cumulus clouds and a decent 10-15kts of Westerly wind – to send the 48 strong Transat CIC fleet on its way from Lorient towards New York for the start of the legendary solo race across the North Atlantic.

    The first edition of the race since 2016 was blessed with relatively benign, modest breezes for early Sunday afternoon’s farewell to the fleet of 33 IMOCA solo skippers, 13 Class
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  • The CIC Transatlantic Race Off To A Beautiful Start




    Brittany turned on its best Spring sailing weather – sunshine, puffy cumulus clouds and a decent 10-15kts of Westerly wind...
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  • A Trio Of 1sts In Retour a la Base Race

    A Trio Of 1sts In Retour a la Base Race

    Yoann Richomme crossed the finish line of the first edition of Retour a La Base in first place this Saturday, December 9, at 17:03.




    The Paprec Arkea skipper completed the 3,500-mile theoretical course in 9 days 0 hours 03 minutes 48 seconds, at an average speed of 16.19 knots (on the great circle route). Under his northern option, he actually covered 4,256.68 miles at an average speed of 19.70 knots. Yoann Richomme has achieved a rare feat: winning his first solo
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  • A Trio Of 1st's In The Retour a la Base Race

    Yoann Richomme crossed the finish line of the first edition of Retour a La Base in first place this Saturday, December 9, at 17:03.


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  • Leaders Approaching The Base: Saturday Arrivals Lay Ahead

    Leaders Approaching The Base: Saturday Arrivals Lay Ahead

    With a lead of some 88 miles and about 400 miles to the finish line it could be imagined that Yoann Richomme (Paprec Arkea) might ease back on the accelerator and consolidate to the Lorient finish line of the Retour a La Base, but the French skipper remains the fastest of the top 10 skippers. Making over 20kts late this afternoon he can imagine being finished by 1600hrs local time Saturday, landing his first big IMOCA race win ever, his first ever proper solo outing.



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    Leaders Approaching La Base

    With a lead of some 88 miles and about 400 miles to the finish line it could be imagined that Yoann Richomme (Paprec Ark?a) might ease back on the accelerator...
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  • The Relentless March Continues, With Bumps and Bruises

    The Relentless March Continues, With Bumps and Bruises

    DAMAGE FOR THOMAS RUYANT (FOR PEOPLE)



    Thomas Ruyant (FOR PEOPLE) has gone from the emotional high of setting a new 24 hours distance record yesterday to having a series of technical problems which have slowed him down and cost him places on the Retour ? La Base.
    Ruyant’s team report this morning that he has damage to his rudder system and a torn mainsail. A statement from TR Racing says, “In an involuntary gybe that followed (the rudder damage), the mainsail
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  • Ruyant Nips Alex Thompson's 24 Hours Singlehanded Mono Record!





    With more than 2200 nautical miles still to sail, at least two more low pressure systems before a timely finish into Lorient
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