Route du Rhum: what to remember from the second night – Route du Rhum

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The truth of the night: Damien Seguin dismassed in the Bay of Biscay

Last night, around 3:30 in the morning, a cargo crashed into Groupe Apicil, Damien Seguin’s Imoca. This shock led to the wreck of the boat. The captain is fine and unhurt. He tries to free the mast and does not ask for help. He was 250 miles from Les Sables-d’Olonne when the shock occurred. [Notre article]

Ultimate: the trio of Caudrelier, Gabart and Coville widened the gap

Charles Caudrelier, who had still not served his four-hour sentence, which he denounced, was still at the head of the fleet, which passed Cape Finisterre during the night. He is closely followed by François Gabart and Thomas Coville is not too far behind. Romain Pilliard and Armel Le Cléac’h were still arrested, respectively in the ports of Roscoff and Lorient.

The score (6:03 am): 1. Charles Caudrelier (Edmond de Rothschild) at 2905.7 nm from the finish; 2. F. Gabart (SVR-Lazartigue) 26.2 nm from the leader; 3. T. Coville (Sodebo) in 49.7 nm; 4. F. Joyon (Idec Sport) at 172.8 nm; 5. Y. Le Blevec (Actual) at 212.5 nm; 6. A. Le Vaillant (Better) at 219.1 nm; 7. R. Pilliard (Extia’s Use It Again) at 544.9 nm; 8. A. Le Cléac’h (Banque Populaire XI) at 554.4 nm.

Imoca: Charlie Dalin takes the lead, Louis Duc continues his journey north

Charlie Dalin (Apivia) further separated himself from his competitors in the Bay of Biscay and dived towards Cape Finisterre with a comfortable lead over his competitors, who all took the same option as him, except Louis Duc, who always travels north.

The score (6:03 am): 1. Louis Duc (Fives – Lantana) at 3115.9 nm from the finish; 2. C. Dalin (Apivia) at 9.3 nm; 3. Mr. Welded ( at 39.9 nm; 4. A. Boissières (La Mie Câline) at 42.8 nm; 5. A. Cornic (HUMAN Immobilier) at 83.3 nm; 6. T. Ruyant (LinkedOut) at 84.7 nm; 7. J. Beyou (Charal) at 94.2 nm; 8. K. Escoffier (Holcim – PRB) at 94.3 nm; 9. L. Burton (Bureau Vallée) at 95.2 nm; 10. F. Guiffant (Kattan) at 95.9nm…

Ocean Fifty: Quentin Vlamynck continues his career at the front

Quentin Vlamynck is still in command of a very tight fleet of Ocean Fifty, which is about to round Cape Finisterre. He is closely followed by Armel Tripon and Thibaut Vauchel-Camus.

The score (6:03 am): 1. Quentin Vlamynck (Arkema) at 3098.8 nm; 2. A. Tripon (Les P’tits Doudous) at 11.6 nm; 3. T. Vauchel-Camus (Solidarity in Peloton – ARSEP) at 14.2 nm;

4. S. Rogues (Primonial) at 21.8 nm; 5. E. Le Roux (Koesio) at 22.7 nm; 6. E. Péron (Komilfo) at 39.5 nm; 7. Mr. Lamiré (GCA Group – 1001 smiles) at 141 nm.

Class40: The peloton is very tight in the Bay of Biscay

It is very undecided at the head of the Class40 fleet. At 6 am, Alex Mehran was first, but a good fifteen boats were within 10 miles. Among them are favorites like Yoann Richomme, Corentin Douguet or Ian Lipinski.

The score (6:03 am): 1. Alex Mehran (Polka Dot) 3221.8 nm from the finish; 2. Keni Piperol (Capt’ain Alternance) 1.9 nm from the leader; 3. I. lipinski (Crédit Mutuel) at 2.2 nm; 4. M. Lepesqueux (Curium Life Forward) at 2.9 nm; 5. C. Douguet (Queguiner – Innoveo) at 3.8 nm; 6. L. Berry (Lamotte – Creation Module) at 4.1 nm; 7. K. De Pavant (HBF – Reforest’Action) at 6.6 nm; 8. A. Beccaria (Allagrande Pirelli) at 6.8 nm; 9. G. Perraut (Inter Invest) at 7.8 nm; 10. A. Bona (IBSA) at 8 nm…

Rum Multi: long sail in the Bay of Biscay

In this long leg in the Bay of Biscay, Brieuc Maisonneuve is doing the best for the moment, closely followed by Roland Jourdain and Loïc Escoffier, leading the small group of four boats in an option close to that taken by Class40s.

The score (6:03 am): 1. Brieuc Maisonneuve (CMA Ile de France 6000 rebounds) at 3233.9 nm from the finish; 2. R. Jourdain (We Explore) at 22.3 nm; 3. L. Escoffier (Lodigroup) at 33.4 nm; 4. G. Buekenhout (Jess) at 38.3 nm; 5. M. Guillemot (Metarom) at 40 nm; 6. G. Chapalain (Guyader – Savéol) at 41 nm; 7. H. Mabire (GDD) at 46.3 nm; 8. F. Payen (Ille-et-Vilaine Cap towards Integration) at 48.3 nm; 9. E. Thibouméry (Interaction) at 94.8 nm; 10. C. Capelle (Acapella) at 114.4 nm…

Mono Rum: Only Clerton took the northern route, Dick took the lead on the southern route

Wilfrid Clerton, chose, like Louis Duc in Imoca, the northern route, leading in points. But as with the 60 footers, Jean-Pierre Dick really leads the debate on his Bay of Biscay option.

The score (6:03 am): 1. Wilfrid Clerton (Cap au Cap Location) at 3203.1 nm from the finish; 2. C. Chabaud (Formatives Esi Business School for Océan as Commons) 21 nm from the first; 3. J.-P. Dick (Notre Méditerranée – City of Nice) at 25.3 nm; 4. W. Bissainte (Tradysion Gwadloup) at 25.5 nm; 5. O. Nemsguern (Elora) at 93.7 nm; 6. G. Pronier (Terranimo) at 97.7 nm; 7. F. Gennari (Bella Donna – Race for Pure Ocean) at 114.5 nm; 8. D. Ecalard (SOS Pare Brise +) at 119 nm; 9. G. Colubi (Kornog 2) at 138.6 nm; 10. Remy Gerin (Faiaoahe) at 151.5nm…

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