It was simply magical once again.
Each the undisputed winners in their category, Charlie Dalin and Charlie Enright certainly made thei…
11th Hour Racing Team skippered by Charlie Enright wins the 48h Azimut The Ocean Race
At 10:00 hours this morning, the crew on Biotherm skippered by Paul Meilhat reported their retiremen…
A bouquet of flowers in his hand and a bottle of champagne in the other, it was a calm yet beaming C…
Thomas Ruyant (LinkedOut) and Jérémie Beyou (Charal) complete the 48h Azimut solo podium
It was at 06:48 hours that Charlie Dalin took line honours on Apivia. He completed the 505-mile stra…
Tonight sees the two ‘Charlies’ still heading each group. American skipper Charlie Enright and his c…
The Défi Azimut is an atypical event in the offshore race world. It’s the meeting between the IMOCA class which gathers together the skippers of the Vendée Globe and the Lorient-based company Azimut. It also aims to combine performance, innovation and strategy.
RUNS – Crew Time
Off the Pointe du Talud
Wednesday 14 September
The Runs are pure timed speed races. The start will be given between the Island of Groix and the Pointe du Talud.
48H Azimut, in solo and crewed format
Depart Lorient La Base
Thursday 15 September to Saturday 17 September
This is the Défi Azimut’s flagship event: one 48-hour sea passage, one skipper and one OBR (on-board reporter) for the solo event, in the run-up to the Route du Rhum, and a crew accompanied by an OBR for the event that counts towards The Ocean Race, which will set sail on 15 January 2023.
The boats will complete a looped circuit in the Atlantic Ocean and you’ll be able to track their progress via the online cartography.
Chrono Tour de Groix – Crew
Island of Groix – Sunday 18 September
Nearby the beautiful Island of Groix, the crews will compete in order to beat the record held by Vincent Riou (PRB) who completed the tour in 1h 08 min 10 sec in 2015.