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Distance to finish
Class40
Crédit Mutuel
380.1 NM
Multi50
GROUPE GCA - MILLE ET UN SOURIRES
0 NM
Imoca
La Fabrique
20.5 NM
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Raketa
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Super Biloute

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Live from the race

12 November 2019 - 17h14

Skipper's log: Ian Lipinski (France), Crédit Mutuel (Class40)

12 November 2019 - 16h23

Skipper's log: Pip Hare (Britain), Pip Hare Ocean Racing (IMOCA)

12 November 2019 - 15h20

Weather forecast: Tuesday , November12, 2019 at 08h 04 UTC

12 November 2019 - 14h32

Time for Oceans finishes twentieth in the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre IMOCA

12 November 2019 - 13h49

Water Family finishes nineteenth in the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre IMOCA

12 November 2019 - 12h58

Skipper's log: Miranda Merron (Britain), Campagne de France (IMOCA)

12 November 2019 - 10h59

La Mie Câline - Artisans Artipôle finishes seventeenth in the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre IMOCA

12 November 2019 - 04h49

Prysmian Group finishes seventeenth in the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre IMOCA

12 November 2019 - 04h29

V and B – Mayenne finishes sixteenth in the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre IMOCA

11 November 2019 - 23h44

Purefinishes fifteenth in the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre IMOCA

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Quotes from the skippers
Samatha Davies (Britain), Initiatives-Cœur (IMOCA)

The conditions were lighter. I don’t think I’ve ever done a Transat and not taken two…

Samatha Davies (Britain), Initiatives-Cœur (IMOCA)
Valentin Gautier (Switzerland) - Banque du Léman (Class40)

We’re beginning to have the unpleasant feeling of being the butt of a joke that has lasted…

Valentin Gautier (Switzerland) - Banque du Léman (Class40)
Sébastien Simon (France) - Arkema-Paprec (IMOCA)

We got out of the Doldrums reaching on a port tack, with 16-20 knots of wind, flat sea, so we said…

Sébastien Simon (France) - Arkema-Paprec (IMOCA)

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3 races - 3 double handed winners

A strong and diverse international class

Conceived in 2004 as a category to encourage greater access to ocean racing, the Class40 was taken up with exceptional enthusiasm in 2006, barely ten months after the writing of the measurement rule. To date, nearly 160 boats have left the boatyard, designed by a range…

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Multi50: the class of accessible multihulls

New skippers has just arrived in the Multi50 class and two new boats are currently under construction. There will be three boats at the start of the Transat Jacques Vabre, one with a new skippers: Sébastien Rogues (Primonial) . He will…

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For the last 45 years, the greatest sailors in the world have been carving out incredible stories of human adventure, sailing around the world alone, non-stop and without assistance.

Created in 1991 to provide a regulatory and technical framework for solo offshore racing,…

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🏁 Romain Attanasio, Sebastien Marsset, on PURE, 15th in the IMOCA class of 14th Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre 👏 #TransatJV

➡️ Time: 15d 10h 11m 10s
➡️ Miles traveled: 4,735.60 miles
➡️ Average speed: 12.79 knots
➡️ Gap ...
🏁 Damien Seguin, Yoann Richomme, on Groupe APICIL, 14th in the IMOCA class of 14th Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre 👏 #TransatJV

➡️ Time: 15d 8h 17min 21sec
➡️ Miles traveled: 4,835.72 milles
➡️ Average speed: 13,13 knots
➡️ ...
🏁 Nicolas Troussel, Jean Le Cam, on Corum l'Epargne, 13th in the IMOCA class of 14th Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre 👏 #TransatJV

➡ Times : 14d, 23h, 26m, 30s
➡ Average speed : 13.29 knots
➡ Miles traveled ...
🏁🇩🇪@borisherrmann🇧@WillHarris94, on Malizia - @yachtclubmonaco 12th in IMOCA class of 14th Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre 👏
➡️ Time: 14d 22h 28m 43secs
➡️ Miles traveled: 4,979.52 miles
➡️ Average speed: 13.89 knots
➡️ Gap to winner: 1d 10h ...

24 years of races

In its 24 years of existence, the biannual Transat Jacques Vabre has managed to establish itself as the toughest and longest-running two-handed transat. The race is equally revered by the sailors and an enthralled public, reaffirming its relevance and the investment of its partners with each edition. The original concept is simple: the source of this great race is an historical route: the coffee route. It is an event with an expert mix of tastes, vintages, aromas and characters.