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PTDT - Ocean racing

SAINT-MALO, LAND OF SKIPPERS, LAND OF NAUTICAL EVENTS

The history of Saint-Malo is permanently linked to the sea

SAINT-MALO, LAND OF SKIPPERS, LAND OF NAUTICAL EVENTS

The history of Saint-Malo is permanently linked to the sea

Great explorers, sailors and writers have animated and continue to animate the city and its maritime heritage.

The bay of Saint-Malo hosts many nautical events in an extraordinary environment.

The Société Nautique de la Baie de Saint-Malo (SNBSM), an association created in 1848, is one of the main players involved in the organization of these nautical events. Thus, it pilots the organization of the «1000 miles Brittany Ferries» and the «Branle-Bas de Régates». It also helps in the organization of major races such as the Cowes Dinard / Baie de Saint-Malo, the Route du Rhum and the Transat Québec Saint-Malo.

The port of Saint-Malo is very involved in the organization of nautical and maritime events as interlocutor and partner for the benefit of the territory.

 

FAMOUS SKIPPERS OF THE REGION HAVE CHOSEN SAINT-MALO AS THEIR HOME PORT

The “Pôle Technique Duguay-Trouin” (PTDT) is dedicated to ocean racing

FAMOUS SKIPPERS OF THE REGION HAVE CHOSEN SAINT-MALO AS THEIR HOME PORT

The “Pôle Technique Duguay-Trouin” (PTDT) is dedicated to ocean racing

The “Pôle Technique Duguay-Trouin” (PTDT) is dedicated to ocean racing.

Today, renowned skippers have chosen Saint-Malo as their home port: Bureau Vallée, Défi Voile Solidaires en Peloton, Défi Nautic

The “Pôle Technique Duguay-Trouin” (PTDT) is partly dedicated to them.

Grouped with nautical maintenance companies, the ocean racing teams have on-shore spaces (land-fill and buildings) or floating spaces (pontoon lines) and equipment (fairing area, water, electricity, etc.).

The centre occupies approximately 25,000 m² of land and buildings for various professionals. A public careening area of 600 m² is available. It has 624 meters of pontoons to which can be added the 90 meters of pontoons breakers that protect the basin.

Route du Rhum in 2018

17 local skippers were engaged

Route du Rhum in 2018

17 local skippers were engaged

  • Thibaut Vauchel-Camus – 3e en Multi 50
  • Gilles Lamiré - 4e en Multi 50
  • Luke Berry – 6e en Class40
  • Loïc Fequet – 11e en Class40
  • Arthur Hubert – 15e en Class40
  • Emmanuel Hamez – 24e en Class40
  • Morgane Ursault Poupon - 27e en Class40
  • Maxime Sorel – Abandon en Class 40
  • Sébastien Desquesses – Abandon en Class40
  • Louis Burton – Abandon en Imoca
  • Nils Boyer – 6e en Rhum Mono
  • François Corre – 6e en Rhum Multi
  • Fabien Payen - Abandon en Rhum Multi
  • Erwan Thibourney - Abandon en Rhum Multi
  • Florian Guguen - Abandon en Class40
  • Jean-Luc Bizien-Jaglin - Abandon en Rhum Mono
  • Bob Escoffier - Abandon en Rhum Monio

 

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