Round Europe Yacht Race Winners

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Sunday, June 30, 2013
MOD 70 Winners: Photo credit Routes des Princes

After 2450 miles of offshore racing, linking Valencia to Roscoff on the Bay of Morlaix via Lisbon, Dún Laoghaire and Plymouth and 16 inshore short course contests of which they won nine, the Edmond de Rothschild crew are winners of the MOD70 class on the inaugural Route des Princes multihull race around Europe.

Skippered by Sébastien Josse, the Edmond de Rothschild crew won the crucial Leg 4 bonus points at the Roche Gautier mark and then made sure of their overall race victory when they finished first across the finish line of the last offshore stage, the short sprint from Plymouth.

In the Multi50 class, the combination of second place into Morlaix and winning the bonus points on the last leg, was enough for Lalou Roucayrol’s Arkéma - Aquitaine Region to take overall victory on the first major race outing for the fleet’s newest Multi 50.

Edmond de Rothschild reigned supreme inshore, winning all the short course regattas contested, in Valencia, Lisbon and Plymouth. Leading by four points going into this final leg, ahead of the Sidney Gavignet skippered Oman Air-Musandam, the key to their overall win was to make sure of winning the 1.5 bonus points granted to the class leaders at the Roche Gautier mark this morning. That all but put victory out of reach of Oman Air-Musandam.

Final standings Route des Princes
MULTI50

1-Arkema-Région Aquitaine, Lalou Ruycorel, 140,5 pts

2-FenêtréA-Cardinal, Erwan Le Roux, 138 pts

3-Actual, Yves le Blevec, 138 pts
4- Rennes Métropole – Saint-Malo Agglomération, 105 pts

ULTIME

1-Prince de Bretagne, Lionel Limonchel, 166,5 pts

MOD70

1-Edmond de Rothschild, Sébastian Josse  167.5 pts

2-Oman Air – Musandam, Sidney Gavignet,  159pts

3-Spindrift, Yann Guichard,  147pts

4-Virbac-Paprec, Jean-Pierre Dick,  128 pts

 

 

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