Concise 8 (#129) wins the Round the Island Race !
The Island Sailing Club’s annual big meeting had, this year again, kept its promises : 1200 competitors, including 6 Class40, came to participate in Round The Island Race (theorical route : 51nm).
Victory of Corum (#155) on the Volvo Round Ireland Race !
First race, since she was launched at the end May, and first victory for Nicolas Troussel’s Mach40.3!
The Route : victory of St Pierre et Miquelon
Last weekend took place the 9th edition of The ROUTE, a 350nm ocean race between Canada (Halifax) and France (St Pierre et Miquelon).
5 Class40 on the starting line of the Volvo Round Ireland Yacht race !
Saturday June 30th will be given the start of the 20th edition of the Volvo Round Ireland Race.
The RORC Morgan Cup for Concise 8 !
3 Class40 took part in the Morgan Cup this Friday June 22nd. The race’s program, a route of approx. 91nm from Portsmouth to Dartmouth.
Earendil #145 captures the 2018 Atlantic Cup !
French/Italian team #145 Eärendil, skippered by Catherine Pourre and Pietro Luciani, captured the 2018 Atlantci Cup as they dominated the two offshore legs and held on to a narrow advantage as #128 Toothface II closed the gap with exceptional ra...
Atlantic Cup : Eärendil confirms in Portland
Winner of the first Leg between Charleston and New York, Eärendil duets (Catherine Pourre / Pietro Luciani) confirms by winning the second leg of The Atlantic Cup !
NCR : Imerys scored twice !
A breathtaking finish after a very intense race… Only 6 seconds between Imerys #130 and Carac #150 !
27 Class40s crossed the starting line of the 9th edition of Normandy Channel Race.
This race, usually windy and very sportive, was very different this year, especially in the Irish Sea. Very little wind during the 24 first hours and the fleet was sp...
Eärendil, First in New York !
The Class40 fleet left Charleston last saturday. They are now all arrived in New York City, after a 648 nautical milles leg.
NCR: Ranking at Tuskar
Since this morning, the Normandy Channel Race's fleet is rounding Tuskar Rock Lighthouse, the Northest mark of the route, meaning spinnaker to hoist, at least.