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2017 sailing race diary

This year, the Multi50 trimaran and the Mini 6.50 prototype will be sailing the seas in the Arkema colors: expect plenty of passion and sporting action!

Arkema Multi50 trimaran

Arkema Multi50 trimaran

ArMen Race

La Trinité – Ar Men – Ile d'Yeu – La Trinité (France)

25 to 28 May | #ArMenRace

Off the Bay of Biscay (southern Brittany), the ArMen Race is a non-stop 320 mile costal course, open to both sailing professionals and amateurs.

Record SNSM

Saint-Nazaire (France)

22 to 25 June | #RecordSNSM

The 2017 edition of Record SNSM promises to be exceptional! The Multi50 Arkema trimaran will be sailing alongside a giant of the sea, the ocean liner Queen Mary 2.

Trophée Prince de Bretagne Sud Goëlo

Saint-Quay Portrieux (France)

25 to 27 August | #TrophéePDB

Mixing speed runs and coastal courses off the Côtes d'Armor, this sailing competition is an essential event for skippers in the Multi50 class.

Transat Jacques Vabre

Le Havre (France) – Salvador de Bahia (Brazil)

Departure 5 November | #TJV2017

The legendary Route du café is a 4,350 mile race across the Atlantic. Lalou Roucayrol and Karine Fauconnier, teamed up for this race, will head out to sea on board the Arkema Multi50.

Arkema 3 Mini 6.50 prototype

Arkema 3 Mini 6.50 prototype

Trophée Marie-Agnès Péron

Departure and arrival at Douarnenez (France)

8 to 11 June | #TrophéeMAP

The MAP trophy is disputed by skippers from the Mini 6.50 class over a 220 mile technical route, sailing solo. Between the Iroise Sea and southern Brittany, the race course, punctuated by delicate points, will require unwavering attention from Quentin Vlamynck!

Mini Transat 2017

La Rochelle (France) – Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Canary Islands) – Le Marin (Martinique)

Departure 1st October | #MiniTransat

The smallest ocean racing boats will have to tackle 4,050 miles in this solo race, which entails two stages. The first covers La Rochelle to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, in the Canaries archipelago. The second, which is the main stage, sets off from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria early November, with sailing across the finish line at Marin in Martinique expected in mid-November.

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