Mini -Transat La Boulangère: Axel Tréhin second at Le Marin - News - NAUTICA REPORT
News / Mini -Transat La Boulangère: Axel Tréhin second at Le Marin
Mini -Transat La Boulangère: Axel Tréhin second at Le Marin

Mini -Transat La Boulangère: Axel Tréhin second at Le Marin

Axel Tréhin aboard Project Rescue Ocean, the second prototype, crossed the finish line of the second leg of the Mini-Transat La Boulangère this Friday at 05h 51 min 54 seconds UTC in Le Marin.

 

His race time stands at 12 days, 15 hours, 18 minutes and 54 seconds. His average speed since leaving Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is 8.83 knots (over the great circle route). He finished 12 hours, 51 minutes and 47 seconds after the first skipper, François Jambou. His combined race time over two legs equates to 21 days, 9 hours, 17 minutes and 22 seconds.

 

Reaction from Axel Tréhin at the finish

 

“I wanted to do better than in 2015, it’s a done deal”


“It was intense. I’m happy to reach the finish, to be able to get some rest and take care of myself. It’s a good result. I wanted to do better than in 2015 (4th place in the prototype category), it’s a done deal. I’m also really happy for François (Jambou) who sailed an excellent race. It really was a fine Mini Transat. Victory in the first leg was just fabulous and 2nd place overall is great too!”

 

“Pure joy”


“It was a fast race. Once the sea began to be more ordered and we were able to sail under large spinnaker, it was pure joy. The boat just flew along, never stopping. The first three days, I found it hard to get into the swing of things as it was a bit more bracing and conditions were more boat-breaking. I did three monumental broaches in the space of 36 hours just after the start. François (Jambou) was solid at times like that, he accepted that you had to go a bit slower.”

 

“I could clearly have done with my medium spinnaker”


“I lost a fair amount of ground in relation to François following the loss of my medium spinnaker, because with the large spinnaker I didn’t have a good angle. We have four headsails and I could clearly have done with it. I ended up doing a repair, which held out. That’s the name of the game. Everyone has their share of misfortunes. I don’t have much to complain about though because I’m here in Le Marin, in 2nd place. When I heard on the ranking that there are racers who still have 600 or 800 miles to go, I don’t know how they do it because I’m completely exhausted.”

 

www.minitransat.fr

Titolo del:
TI POTREBBE INTERESSARE ANCHE

Liguria for Yachting torna al Boot di Dusseldorf

Il network di porti liguri partecipa per la seconda volta consecutiva al salone nautico...

Ferretti Group conquista il Boot Dusseldorf con due premiére d'eccezione e importanti novità di progetto

Il Gruppo inaugura il 2020 con tanta sostanza, presentando in anteprima mondiale il nuo...

Windsurf: Federico Morisio tra i protagonisti di “Riders of The Liquid Plains"

Il film dedicato alle leggende del windsurf mondiale

Domenica scorsa al Boot Düsseldorf  la International...

Riviera Genova srl: ASTRA, la bussola che non c’era

Riviera Genova Srl, azienda leader nella progettazione e costruzione accessori nautici ...

Invictus Yacht: debutto mondiale per la GT 320 Atelier al Boot Dusseldorf 2020

- Prima mondiale al salone tedesco per la nuova GT 320 Atelier, perfetto esempio de...
Turismo e ormeggi
Vista di Licata dal Mare
Licata (AG)
Licata è un comune della provincia di Agrigento in Sicilia. Posta al limite occidentale del Golfo di Gela e stretta tra la foce del Salso e le pendici orientali del colle chiamato "la Montagna". &
Fonte: LicataWeb, Marina di Cala del sole e Nautica report
Titolo del: 20/01/2020 06:55

© COPYRIGHT 2011-2020 - NAUTICA REPORT - REG. TRIBUNALE DI ROMA N.314 - 27-12-2013 - EDITORE CARLO ALESSANDRELLI



iubenda

HOME - REDAZIONE - MEDIA KIT - LAVORA CON NOI