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75 boats complete the 2021 Transat Jacques Vabre

by TJV Media 6 Dec 2021 02:40 PST 6 December 2021
75 boats complete the 2021 Transat Jacques Vabre © Media TJV

The 2021 Transat Jacques Vabre ended today with the very last boat, the Class40 Terre Exotique, crossing the finish line less than an hour before the cut-off time.

In total, 150 sailors and 75 crews have made it to Martinique from Le Havre over the past two weeks. A record 15th edition, right to the end.

Class40
45 boats at the start, 43 at the finish, between Monday 29th November at noon and Sunday 5th December at 12.31.

Winner: Redman (Antoine Carpentier - Pablo Santurde del Arco) in 21d 22h 33m 30s.

Imoca
22 boats at the start, 20 finished between Thursday 25th November 14.48 and Thursday 2nd December 12.25.

Winner: LinkedOut (Thomas Ruyant - Morgan Lagravière) in 18d 1h 21m 10s.

Ocean Fifty
7 boats at the start, 7 at the finish, between Tuesday 23rd November 02.54 and Wednesday 24th November 16.08.

Winner: Primonial (Sébastien Rogues - Matthieu Souben) in 15d 13h 27m 14s.

Ultime
5 boats at the start, 5 at the finish, between Tuesday 23rd November 15.16 and Saturday 27th November at 03.59.

Winner: Maxi Edmond de Rothschild (Franck Cammas - Charles Caudrelier) in 16d 1h 49m 16s.

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