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Contact téléphonique avec Lionel Lemonchois, après son chavirage!

by Fanny Evenat on 28 Jan 2014
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Après avoir déclenché sa balise de détresse en milieu d'après midi à 800 milles au large des côtes Brésiliennes ce lundi, Lionel Lemonchois a eu un bref contact téléphonique avec son équipe à terre en soirée. Ce dernier a informé, que son multicoque avait chaviré, qu'il était en sécurité à l'intérieur de la coque centrale après avoir libéré le gréement afin de soulager le bateau.

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