2018 Edition

Newcomers And Regulars: A Registration Update

11.02.2018

The multihull class is bigger than ever this year! There are already nine boats signed up from France and the United States, including newcomers such as the HH66 Flash, Mach Schnell’s 60’ catamaran, the Multi 50 French Tech Rennes St Malo, Christian Guyader’ catamaran Gastronomie, or Lloyd Thornburg’s Gunboat 66, Phaedo, not to be confused with the… View Article

The multihull class is bigger than ever this year! There are already nine boats signed up from France and the United States, including newcomers such as the HH66 Flash, Mach Schnell’s 60’ catamaran, the Multi 50 French Tech Rennes St Malo, Christian Guyader’ catamaran Gastronomie, or Lloyd Thornburg’s Gunboat 66, Phaedo, not to be confused with the trimaran Phaedo3.

Among the regulars, 2017 class winner Fujin will be back, as well as R-Six, which finished in third place. Stephen Cucchiaro’s Flow will be back after taking a year off.

In the Maxi class, the top overall winner Proteus will be back and will compete against another Maxi 72, Sorcha (ex Robertissima), which will make its debut at Les Voiles de Saint-Barth. English owner Peter Harrison is very familiar with the playing field, as he has sailed in Les Voices since 2015 and has stood on the podium with his TP 52 of the same name. Another competitor used to finishing first is Rambler concurrent habitué à la première place, Rambler88, who is out for revenge, not having won for the past two years!

Windfall and Aragon will also both be back to compete against newcomer Althane and in the Volvo 70 Green Dragon and Ocean Breeze.

With five days of racing on the schedule this year, the competition promises to be even more incredible for this 9th edition of Les Voiles.

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