The Indian Ocean is left behind!

Today       The Indian Ocean is left behind! Today at 4.30 a.m. Moscow time, the IDEC Sport maxi-trimaran (skipper Francis Jouillon) reached Cape of Good Hope. Recall, Zhuillon and his crew of 4 people intend to set a new world record on the classic route of the Tea Race from Hong Kong to London. And half the way is now passed! 7666.3 nautical miles from Hong Kong to the Cape of Good Hope IDEC Sport covered 14 days, 17 hours and Read more

The Indian ocean is left behind!

Today at 4.30 am Moscow time, the Maxi-trimaran IDEC Sport (skipper – Francis Joyon) reached the Cape of Good hope. Recall, Guion and his crew of 4 people intend to set a new world record on the classic route of the Tea race from Hong Kong to London. And half the roads are now completed! 7666,3 nautical miles from Hong Kong to Cape of Good hope IDEC Sport overcame 14 days, 17 hours and 29 minutes (average speed of 21.7 Read more

Behind almost 5,000 miles!

Today       Behind almost 5,000 miles!       The famous French skipper Francis Jouillon and his crew of 4 people for 9 days continue the race against time. Recall that the goal of the IDEC Sport maxi-trimaran team is to set a new world record on the classic Tea Race route from Hong Kong to London. According to crew members, everything is on schedule, there are no problems on board. 4930 nautical miles have already been covered, but much more ahead – 8450. Read more

Behind almost 5,000 miles!

The famous French skipper Francis Joyon and his crew of 4 people for 9 days continue the race against time. Recall that the goal of the team Maxi trimaran IDEC Sport – set a new world record on the classic route of the Tea race from Hong Kong to London. As reported by the crew, everything goes according to the schedule on Board is no problem. Has already passed 4930 nautical miles, but there is much more – 8450. Now Read more

MACIF is three days behind

Yesterday       MACIF is three days behind       The second winner of the Brest Atlantiques maxi-trimarans marathon race was the MACIF crew – skippers Francois Gabard (center – in the picture) and Gwenole Gaine (right), as well as team reporter Jeremy Elua. This morning, MACIF finished in Brest, having spent 14,400 nautical miles (actually 17,890 miles) covering a theoretical distance of 31 days, 20 hours, 43 minutes and 50 seconds. The first to Brest, ahead of MACIF by 2 days, 21 hours, Read more

Half way behind

Completed a 13-day marathon race Brest Atlantiques the 14,000 miles, which involved four Maxi-trimaran class Ultim. We are a few days of the race participants did not write, and during this time they all took turns going around the island Cagarras near Rio and taking a course on South Africa, underwent a considerable distance. Helped by the fact that there were moments when the speed of the tailwind was close to 50 knots! The status quo has long been restored: Read more

PRB and Charal are 15 hours behind

November 11, 2019       PRB and Charal are 15 hours behind       The three winners of the transatlantic race Transat Jacques Vabre in the IMOCA60 class became known. We have already told you that Charlie Dalen and Yann Elie won in the IMOCA60 class on the Apivia yacht, showing the result – 13 days, 12 hours and 8 minutes. Well, who finished in the Bay of All Saints of the Brazilian city of Salvador after them? The second and third prize winners Read more

PRB and Charal behind by 15 hours

Became known, the top three winners of the transatlantic race Transat Jacques Vabre in the IMOCA60 class. That in the IMOCA60 class was won by the Charlie Dalen and Yann Eliya on the boat Apivia, showing results – 13 days, 12 hours and 8 minutes, we already told you. Well, who finished in the Bay of All Saints in the Brazilian city of Salvador after them? Second and third prize winners had to wait a long time, but they came Read more